January 03, 2020
Killavullen GAA Membership 2020
It is that time of the year again when membership for the GAA Club needs to be renewed. In order to entice more members for 2020, the club has purchased two Premium level tickets for Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Premium Tickets - Pairc Ui Chaoimh
Pay before 02nd March 2020 to avail of chance to use club Premium Tickets for games in Pairc Ui Chaoimh
Paid up members will be entered in a draw for free tickets to league and championship games in this venue.
Contact: Sean @ 086-6015779 or John @ 086- 3934232
A person must send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 1.00 PM on each Friday, preceding a game to be eligible for tickets for the forthcoming game.
Upcoming known ( as of 3rd Jan 2020) League and championship games are:
- Cork V Offaly – 25th Jan in Football
- Cork V Tipp – 1st Feb in Hurling
- Cork V Down 9th Feb – Football
- Cork V Limerick – 23rd Feb in Hurling
- Cork V Derry 1st March – Football
- Cork V Louth 15th March – Football
- Cork V Limerick – 10th May in Hurling Championship
- Cork V Kerry – 24th May in Football Championship
Killavullen GAA Club membership rates for 2020 are as follows;
Adult Working Player - €100
Student / Apprentice / Unemployed Player - €50
Ordinary Working member - €50
OAP / Unemployed member - €30
Juvenile member - €30
Minor member - €35
Gym Supplement to ordinary membership - €30
Family membership ( 2 Adults and 2 children) - €150
Working Couple Membership - €90
GAA Club Gym:
Please Note: The Gym is ONLY available for use by members who are in their 17th Year. - (Turning 17 that coming year).
Anyone caught leaving non-members or underage individuals into the Gym will have their Access revoked. This is being closely monitored by the Executive Committee. This is due to Insurance reasons.
For access please contact the Club Membership Officer
The GAA has the largest membership of any sports organisation in Ireland. When one becomes a member of a GAA club, they become part of the GAA family and part of a great community based organisation that continues to enhance the lives of so many people.
In order for one to become a member of the GAA (Association), one must first become a member of a GAA club. A person can apply for membership of Killavullen club by approaching the membership officer or any committee member.