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Kilmore GAA Club Notes 26th September 2016

posted 26 Sep 2016, 02:58 by Brian Carroll

Intermediate Team

Well done to our King & Moffat sponsored Intermediate team who put up a real Kilmore style battle on Sunday last to defeat Fuerty in the County Semi Final by 1 point. We have now qualified to play Oran in the County Final on the 9th of October. Well done to players and Management on a great win and hopefully we can finish off the job on the 9th of October. We would ask everyone to make a special effort to put out the Kilmore Colours over the next 2 weeks in the build up to the final. Anyone who wishes to put a half page advert wishing the team good luck in the County Final Programme for €50 is asked to contact Brian Carroll 087-2420896 before Thursday evening the 29th of September. 


Underage

Pride of the parish goes to our U-10 team who defeated Kilbride, Tulsk and Elphin to win the Shane Kelly Cup. Well done to all the players on a mighty win. Also well done to the management of Richard O Dowd and Donal Carroll. Thanks also to Richard O Dowd who sponsored food for the players after the match in Supermacs. Next up for our U-10 team is the Padraic Hanley Cup which takes place this Saturday morning in Kilglass. Our U-12 team play St Barrys in the Keenan Cup this weekend, Date and time to be confirmed. Thanks to Padraig Mitchell, our GPO for the area who took a training session with the U-8's and U-10's on Friday evening last. Our Minor team are due to play Michael Glaveys in the semi final but a date and time has yet to be fixed. 


Kilmore Does Strictly

We are just over 3 weeks away from our massive night of Kilmore Does Strictly in the Landmark Hotel on the 21st of October. We have a few events coming up this weekend. On This Thursday night JJ McWeeney will hold a 25 Card Game in the Kilmore Inn getting underway at 10pm. This Friday night Ciaran Mocky McLoughlin will hold a table quiz getting underway at 9.30pm in The Arch Bar, Jamestown. Spots prizes, Refreshments and an auction will take place on the night and tables of 4 cost just €40. This Saturday night Glancys Bar, Carrick is the place to be as "Tedfest" will take place getting underway at 9.30pm. This will be a Fr Ted themed night with Lovely ladies competition, Raffle and dancing priest competition with live music. Please support these venets for our Dancers. Well done to all our dancers who held fundraising events recently. 

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