Kiskeam Area


  • The Night The Army Band Played In Kiskeam Storm Desmond was raging outside, but that didn't deter people from coming to Kiskeam Church on Friday night 4th December to see and hear The Band of the 1st Southern Brigade. It's safe to say that the audience was blown away with what they heard on the night. The festive season had just about set in, it being the first week in December. The night in question, did not lend itself very well to travel though, as one of the biggest storms of the winter was making every journey a challenge. They turned out in their droves however to hear the Army Band play in Kiskeam and by the end of the night everybody's face wore a ...
    Posted Dec 14, 2015, 1:53 PM by Kiskeam Area
  • Kiskeam Brass Band gets set to rise again The trombone, trumpet and tuba are once again set to respond along the banks of the Araglen as a new generation of Kiskeam natives revive the golden era of Kiskeam Brass Band of yesteryear.Organisers hope to recruit interested people who are willing to rehearse weekly with the aim of performing at culture events during the 1916 commemorations next year.There is already great enthusiasm within the local community regarding the proposal and a meeting will be held in Kiskeam Community Centre next Monday at 8pm to further discuss the project. Member of Brass Bands from other areas will attend to offer advice and information. The original Kiskeam Brass Band evolved following the arrival of shoemaker Timothy Kiely to the ...
    Posted Aug 21, 2015, 1:07 PM by Kiskeam Area
  • RIP to Tallented Musician Tom Carroll Tom Carroll aged 91 was a musician who was known far and wide for his skill and talent with the fiddle. He played along side Maurice O' Keeffe often at the "Maurice O' Keeffe Weekend". Tom not only played, but he also taught his own grandchildren and several other children around Kiskeam to play and love their instruments. Tom was loved dearly by his wife, family and friends. He will be missed greatly. RIP Tom CarrollLying in repose at Casey's funeral home on Monday evening from 6pm to 8pm followed by removal to the Church of the Sacred Heart Kiskeam.Requiem mass on Tuesday at 12 noon followed by burial to Kiskeam Cemetery 
    Posted May 18, 2015, 8:50 AM by Kiskeam Area
  • Amalgamation of Kiskeam and Bally has Begun. Our U-14's took on Boherbue and played a great game. They won the game and everyone is delighted to see the year get off to a great start. Onward and upwards now!
    Posted Mar 8, 2015, 2:20 PM by Kiskeam Area
  • Looking For Sponsors The website will be expiring on the 05/04/2015. We are looking for sponsors for the year. We will display an Add at the side of our website and we will put up an article on our Facebook Page Thanking you! As of now the website is very successful receiving of 1000 views a month and our Facebook Page has over 350 likes and several interactions.  100% of the sponsorship money will go back into the website making it better and more interactive every year! If you are interested please contact us at kiskeamarea@gmai.comThanks for all your support. 
    Posted Jan 22, 2015, 6:18 AM by Kiskeam Area
  • It's Just Kiskeam (Poem) It’s Just Kiskeam… No heavy trucks, passing by, There is just light chatter in the “Why Not” bar. And in the two quiet shops, a little boy recites a rhyme, and a little girl sings… You have kept your secrets - your mysterious footprints, and your famous fiddler. Your memories are cast in stone - of your poet, your beloved priest and your ancient dwellings. Perhaps no loud trumpet blows for you, perhaps no loud cry shouts your name. But you are - wonderfully, gloriously and simply- Kiskeam! By Tony Kennedy
    Posted Dec 10, 2014, 2:06 PM by Kiskeam Area
  • Visit Our Website for all the Latest News, Photos, etc. Visit our website for all the latest news, photos, reports, etc. If you have anything you would like too share with us please send it to us at or on Facebook or Twitter. 
    Posted Dec 10, 2014, 1:28 PM by Kiskeam Area
  • Request for old Pictures, History, Stories and more We are building up a bank of pictures, stories, songs and historical items from Kiskeam Village and the surrounding area, and we need your help. If you have any items that you feel would be interesting to our audience, please email the Kiskeam Area webmaster at what kind of items might be of interest? Almost anything really. Maybe you have old pictures of the village, stories of yore, old census information, articles from the newspapers and so on. We will then be able to upload them here for everyone to enjoy. They will also be shared on our Social Media channels to get further reach. We will also give credit to you (if you wish), and ...
    Posted Oct 3, 2015, 2:55 AM by Kiskeam Area
  • The 57th annual Seán Moylan Commemoration The 57th annual Seán Moylan Commemoration will be celebrated in Kiskeam on Sunday,November 16.  Mass will be held at 12 mid day and afterwards, there will be a parade to Sean Moylan's graveside, where former Kerry All Ireland winning footballer and RTE panelist, Tomás O' Sé will give the Oration.A wreath will be laid at the grave and a decade of the rosary will be recited.     
    Posted Nov 1, 2014, 6:19 PM by Kiskeam Area
  • Kiskeam get a bad knock in the first round of Intermediate Championshop. Kiskeam get off to a bad start to Championship Football this year. With a defeat by 11 points.Kiskeam 0-08 Newmarket 2-13
    Posted May 5, 2014, 6:57 AM by Kiskeam Area
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Kiskeam is a small unspoiled village situated to the east of the 
Cork-Kerry border. The Irish name for the village is 
Coisceim na Caille which translates into "foot step of the old hag".

Clubs/ Societies/Organisations

- Kiskeam GAA Club 
- Araglen Desmonds Ladies Football Club 
- Kiskeam Development Committee 
- Kiskeam ICA 
- Kiskeam Handball Club

Tourist Attractions

- Bronze Statue of HAG 
- Araglen River Walk 
- River (Araglen)
- Stone Circle

GAA Honours

- Duhallow Junior A Football Championship Winners: 1964, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002 
- Cork Junior Football Championship Winners: 1964, 2002 Runners-Up 1994, 1997, 2000 
- Cork Minor A Football Championship Winners: 2010
- Munster Junior Club Football Championship: Runners-Up 2002

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