Kevin enjoys family meal to mark his 94th

It’s four years since Tralee man Kevin Lynch from Lisbeg celebrated his milestone 90th birthday and four years on he is still celebrating and enjoying a full life.

That year was governed by Covid lockdown and Kevin’s celebrations had to be held ‘at a distance’ as neighbours gathered outside his gate to wish him Happy Birthday.

This year Kevin was able to get out and enjoy a lovely meal with his daughter Aine who lives close by. They went to Ballygarry House Hotel and had a lovely evening.  Also joining them was Aine’s husband Brian Hennelly, her daughter Maria and son Joe.

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Meitheal effort behind Rahillys’ new gym

The official opening of Kerins O’Rahillys GAA Club’s brand new gym, upstairs in the Healy Room, took place on Saturday last before a large gathering.

“It was a momentous occasion that symbolizes a commitment to health, fitness and community and testament to hard work and the ‘meitheal’ concept’,” said Pat Flavin, PRO of the club.

The official opening was performed by the late Pat Healy's daughters, Kay and Róisin, in the presence of club president Richard Walsh, club chairman Oliver Molloy, Mayor of Tralee Terry O'Brien as well as Minister for Education Norma Foley and newly elected councillors Paul Daly, Angie Baily and Anne O'Sullivan as well as players and club members.

Chairman Oliver Molloy in his speech, spoke of the inspiration behind the gym, the never to be forgotten All-Ireland Senior Club Championship journey in 2022 - it was from this journey that he saw a need for the club to have its own gym to cater for all members and for all teams.

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