Fixtures and results
Congratulations to our Minor team and to their team trainers David Mc Cormack and Eamonn Geoghegan on their win over Glenfarne Kiltyclogher in the last round of the 9 a side championship. This win puts us through to the 9 a side final, as yet no date has been fixed but wish them the best of luck.
Our Under 16 team have a home game on Saturday next October 13th at 12.00 against Carrigallen and our Under 12 team have a Blitz on Saturday also in Carrick, please check fixtures for confirmation of time.
Congratulations to Melvin Gaels on their Senior Championship win on Sunday last.
Party Party Party
For all players and supporters please keep in your diary Bank Holiday Sunday night 28th October as we are having a club end of year bash in Gerties Keshcarrigan, music, food and a few surprises on the night to finish off the year!
Congratulations to Mickey and Deirdre Scollan on the birth of their beautiful new baby girl Lily Mae, a sister to Ben and Kate, and hopefully a Kiltubrid player of the future. Congratulations also to Andy and Kitty on their new granddaughter, best wishes from all in the club.
Under 6's U8,s and U10,s
After a very successful year with our underage players the season came to an end last Saturday morning, the club would like to thank the underage coaches Vincent Lee, Damien Mc Weeney, Shane Keaney and Noelle Easterbrook for all their time committment and hard work, thanks also to Niall Daly and to all the parents and volunteers to came down to help out during the year. With the large numbers of children the more helpers made things so much easier. In all the kids had 28 Saturday morning training sessions including seven blitz's so we hope they all enjoyed the year and we look forward to seeing them all back next year. These are our players of the future and we would welcome all new children along next year.
For any player, parents or individuals that may be interested in completing the foundation level coaching course please contact Patricia Lee to know when these courses will be running again.
Get Well Wishes
We would like to send Brendan Mc Cormack get well wishes after he picked up an injury last week we wish Brendan a very speedy recovery.