Under 16 Boys Result:
Kilbride 2-5 St Barrys/Kilglass 1-2
Kilbride came out on top in the 1st game of the year in Tarmonbarry. In a game played in the worst of the wintry conditions, our lads had the better of the first half, but failed to make it count on the scoreboard. Both teams struggled in the driving wind & rain in the second half, but to their credit they kept working to the end.
SQUAD: R Leonard, E Murphy, M Gaynor, A Coggeran, C McVeigh, T Mahedy, C Kidd, F Leavey(1-0) E Burke, A McGuinness, A Cox, C McManus(0-2),E Diffley, J McLoughlin, B Rogers, O Fallon, C Murphy, D Humpston.
Under 12 Girls Training:
Training for U12 Girls starts on Friday, 12 February in Kilglass Center @7.30.
CHILDREN PROTECTION COURSE
Child protection course takes place next Wednesday evening in Kilglass at 8 PM. This course should be attended by anyone involved with the club that has contact with members under 18 years of age. The course is specific to the structures of the GAA, and should be done even if you have it done something similar with work or a different sport.
For more details, contact Coaching Officer Aiden Cox, or Child Welfare Officer Tony Fallon.
31st of January:
No jackpot winner
€ 50 Sinead Mitchell
€ 30 Barry Farrell
6th of February: No jackpot winner.
€50 Keith Banahan
€30 Mark Glancy
Next week’s jackpot €3,300
The club extends sympathies to the McGowan family on the recent passing of Anna May McGowan, formerly of Newtown, Whitehall.