Fixtures & results
The under 16 team had a win last Friday evening in round 2 of the championship
against Drumkeernan at home in Kiltubrid, final score being 3-20 to 1-3. We are
next scheduled to play away to Glen Gaels this week so please check elsewhere
for confirmation of this fixture.
The under 12 team play Melvin Gaels away in Kinlough this Monday evening, Sept
22nd and we entertain, Allen
Gaels, at home in Kiltubrid next Monday
Sept 29th at 7 pm.
Our division 2 & 4 league games are effectively completed for 2014. Our second team, having ended up runners up
in division 4 , will play Augnasheelin in the division 4 league final. This is provisionally scheduled to be played
this coming Friday night, September 26th, under Lights in Cloone at
8 pm. Best of luck to all involved and
we hope to see a large Kiltubrid contingent out in support.
A club meeting takes place on Tuesday night, September 23rd, at 8:30
pm in the Park. Hope to see you all
Junior and Minor Championship
As you will know we are also through to both these finals. We encourage all our supporters in the parish
to get up the red and green to show your support for both teams. The minor final is fixed for Sunday week in Pairc
Sean Mac Dairmuda. The date for the
Junior championship final hasn’t been confirmed yet as our potential finalists’,
St Marys or Dromahaire, are both still involved in the upcoming senior and intermediate
finals. It is likely that we will have
to wait until the intermediate final is played to see who we play in the Junior
championship final. However in the
meantime get your flags and bunting up, we hope to have some flags and club
merchandise for sale in local businesses shortly.
Last Saturday morning our under 8 & 10’s boys teams travelled to Dromod for
a blitz, where we played both Bornacoola and Kilglass. While also on Saturday
morning our underage girl’s teams played a blitz in Mohill. It was evident to
see on Saturday morning how a number of our underage players have come on in
leaps and bounds this year. This is as a
result of both regular attendance at the Saturday morning coaching sessions and
practising regularly at home. Parents
are asked to ensure that all of our underage players are encouraged at home to
practice their football skills for a couple of minutes each day. All you need is a ball and away you go.
We hope your training is going well for our upcoming 5 K which takes place in 4
weeks on the 19th October.
Congratulations and best wishes from all in Kiltubrid GAA, to Alan Clarke and
Carmel O’Rourke on their recent engagement.