Under 6, 8 and 10's
Training for these age groups takes place each and every Saturday morning from 10 to 11am. All newcomers welcome.
The Under 13s played Dromahair at home on Monday evening last and emerged victorious on a scoreline of Kiltubrid 5 - 18 Dromahair 0- 06.
The Under 15's (Cill Mhór Gaels) play Fenagh on Friday evening next in the next round of the league. This game will be played in Fenagh with a 7pm throw in time.
Under 17The Under 17s played Annaduff on Tuesday evening last. Final score Kiltubrid 1-09 Annaduff 3-12 . They also played Allen Gaels on Sunday morning last. Final score Kiltubrid 2-08 Allen Gaels 4-07. The next game is against Leitrim Gaels on Wednesday evening at 7pm at home.
The Division 2 league kicked off on Saturday evening last at home. Final score Kiltubrid 1-08 Annaduff 0-14. Next weekend this team takes on St Mary's Kiltoghert in Carrick at 12pm on Sunday.
Kiltubrid GAA presents Gladiators in The Lakeside Tavern, Drumcong, Easter Sunday 16th April at 9.30pm. 4 Kiltubrid Gladiators will do battle over some novelty games testing their Strength and Wits to be crowned Kiltubrid's Gladiator 2017. Egg Roulette, Balloon Madness, Finders Keepers, Ultimate Jenga, Question Time, Charades and many more. Come along for a great nights craic is guaranteed. Door prizes on the night with a twist! Admission €10.
Noel Mc Manus Memorial Run
The Noel McManus Memorial 5k and 10K Run/Walk will take place on this Good Friday, 14th April at 12pm in Lough Rynn, Mohill. This is a chip timed race and is permitted by Athletics Ireland. For those who just want to come out and walk it with families or friends you can choose unchipped timing. Registration is available online at Facebook/Noel McManus Memorial Run, or at Coretiming.ie or you can register on the day from 10am onwards. Registration will close at 11:30am. €15 for chipped race or €10 for unchipped. U16’s €5. This event is organised by Mohill & District Athletics Club and this year half the proceeds will go to Gortletteragh GAA. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the beautiful Lough Rynn Castle. Please come out and support this particularly enjoyable event.
Well done to Brian Mc Kiernan, who finally got down on bended knee. Maria Mc Ginley from Strokestown is the lucky lady. Congratulations to you both and wishing you many years of health and happiness.
Drumshanbo Area Community Games Handwriting, Art and Model Making takes place in the Vocational school Drumshanbo on Friday 21st April. Handwriting starts at 5pm and Art and Model Making starts at 6pm. Children must bring their own paper and art materials. Entry fee is €4 per child.