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22nd October 2012

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Fixtures and Results

On Saturday next 27th October the U16 Championship Final takes place in Pairc Sean at 3.00pm against Melvin Gaels and on Sunday 28th October our Seniors have a league game against Annaduff at 12.00 in Annaduff. We wish them both the best of luck and your support as always would be very much appreciated.

The Kiltubrid minors were beaten on Sunday last by Aughnasheelin in the 9 a side final. The lads put on a great performance but unfortunately they were beaten on a score line of 2–6 to 0-5. Congratulations to each and every one of the minor team and their trainers David Mc Cormack and Eamonn Geoghegan on a great year.

Our U-12 and U-14 teams have both finished up for the year and we would like to say a sincere thank you to all the players and to their trainers Padraig Lynch and Liam O Brien for all their hard work and commitment during the year.


Players/Supporters Party ..Party.. Party ..Night

Kiltubrid GAA are holding an end of season party for all  players and supporters on Bank Holiday Sunday night 28th October in Gerties Keshcarrigan, music, food and a few surprises on the night to finish off the year!

All are welcome.


Congratulations and well done to our Senior Ladies Player Aine Tighe who has been nominated for the second year running for a TG4 O'Neills All Star.            



Congratulations to Fenagh handballers, Jarlath Scollan and Alan Wrynne who won the “13 and under one-wall doubles” world title in Citywest at the weekend.


Scor na nOg
Anyone who is interested in representing Cill Tiobraid in Figure Dancing, Solo Singing, Instrumental Music Group, Recitation, Ballad Group, Question Time, Novelty Act or Set Dancing is asked to contact Mary O'Connor on (087) 2383322. Participants for Scor na nOg must be under 17.  Scor na nOg will take place in Carrick on Saturday December 1st and Ballinamore on Sunday December 2nd.  The county final will be in Manorhamilton on Saturday January 5th.
We wish all the children from St. Brigid's National School every success in the forthcoming Scor na mBunscoileanna in Ballinamore on Friday October 26th."


The Club would like to extend its sympathy to John O Donoghue and family Keshcarrigan on the death of his mother Ellie O Donoghue Brosna Co Kerry who died on the 17th October last, may she rest in peace.


The Club would like to wish Micheal Mc Kiernan a very happy birthday this week and many happy returns.