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Kilmore Club Notes 30th April

posted 30 Apr 2012, 15:04 by Unknown user   [ updated 30 Apr 2012, 15:04 by Colm Beirne ]
The senior team put in two very good performances during the week. On Wednesday evening last they defeated Elphin in very difficult conditions on a score line of 5 points to 6. Then on Friday evening they faced Padraig Pearses and scored an impressive 2-12 to 1-7 victory. They now face Western Gales on the Bank Holiday Monday at 2pm in Kilmore. The club would like to welcome our new sponsors the Arch Bar Jamestown who won our sponsorship draw last Wednesday evening. The club would like to thank everyone who contributed to the draw and a list of all the club sponsors will be displayed next week. The Kilmore U16 boy's team defeated neighbours Shannon Gales on last Thursday evening by 3-11 to 3-7. The Junior team were given the game against Western Gales as they were unable to field a team. Kilmore's Operation Transformation is up and running and this Friday night will be the second meeting in the club rooms at 8:30pm anyone interested is welcome to join. The club would like to wish the Roscommon U21 team the very best of luck in the All Ireland Final against Dublin. Tickets for the under 21 final will go on sale from Monday next at the County Board Office and from a number of Supervalu shops throughout the county, namely Ballaghaderreen , Monksland , Roscommon Town and Castlerea. Following the Roscommon Under 21 football teams' qualification for the All-Ireland Final, Roscommon GAA has designated Friday, May 4th as "Rossie Day" in the county. On that day the people of County Roscommon are encouraged to wear their county colours, put up a flag or bunting and make a voluntary donation of €2 to the Roscommon U-21 Team Training Fund. Roscommon GAA members €100 tickets are now on sale
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