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10th October 2016

posted 11 Oct 2016, 05:14 by Eoin Meehan

U12 Championship

The U12 boys had a good win over Mohill on Saturday morning last. They are now in the final which takes place on Saturday next in the Centre of Excellence, Annaduff. See updates on facebook for confirmation of time. Please come along and support the boys.


Leitrim Primary Schools Cross Country Athletics

Well done to the children from St. Brigid's NS who participated in the Leitrim Primary Schools Cross Country and Walks in Leitrim Village on Thursday last. There were many fine individual and team performances on the day. The boys team from fifth and sixth class finished first, while the girls team finished second. Conal Doyle picked up three gold medals on the day for his fine performances in the athletics and walks. Matthew Lee and Claire Mc Weeney also won bronze medals for their individual performances. The Connacht Cross Country takes place in Sligo on Saturday next.


Park Fundraiser
Kiltubrid GAA and Kiltubrid Ladies GAA will be holding a race night on the 26th November in Gerties Bar, Keshcarrigan. All proceeds will go directly to the upkeep and development of Pairc Cill Tiobraid.  Horses will go on sale in the coming weeks


Kids Halloween Party
Kiltubrid GAA will be holding a Kids Halloween Party on Sat 22nd October at 6.30pm in Pairc Cill Tiobraid.  All kids are encouraged to come in fancy dress with their football boots on for an evening full of spooky fun! For more details keep an eye on our Facebook Page.  If you would like to get involved in helping out before or during this event please contact Noelle on 086 3223063.

Recent Death

Kiltubrid GAA remembers their former player, official and supporter, Cathal Gilbride late of Liscarbin who passed away during the week. Removal took place to St Patrick's Church Dromahire with funeral mass on Saturday morning lastAr Dhéis De go raibh a anam.


Kiltubrid Ladies Win

Congratulations to the Kiltubrid Ladies who had a good win over Kilbride at the weekend in the Connacht championship semi final. 

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