Our junior men’s season came to an end at the championship semi-final stage when they were defeated by a youthful Clann Na nGael side. “Goals win games” and that was very much the case here with Clann hitting the net in the opening minute and again in the 21st minute to go in leading at the break by 2-05 to 0-03. Midway thorough the second half Kilbride had cut the Clann lead to just three points but they quickly halted the come back with a third goal. Try as they might Kilbride couldn’t get on terms and lost out on scoreline of 3-08 to 0-14.
Team – J Farrell; M McDonnell; J Shally; S Gormley; R Kelly; R Coyle; R Garvey, 0-01; B Tully; J Farrell; M McDermott, 0-01; D Hanly; L Cassidy; S O’Neill; G Lohan, 0-12, 3 frees; Subs S Lohan for Cassidy; C Farrell for J Farrell;
Thanks to the management team of Aidan Murray, John Lally, K Banahan and Philip Dowling.
The U20 men are playing St Barry’s/Kilglass Gaels next weekend with semi-final place at stake.
The club will be running a Table Quiz in Foxes Bar on Friday 18th November at 9pm. Tables of up to five people are priced at €50.
Kilbride GAA Lotto
The lotto draw will be held on Saturday night when the Jackpot will be €2,400.
The AGM of the ladies club takes place next Saturday night at 9 p.m. in the clubhouse . We hope there will be a large attendance on the night . It is vital for the continued success of the club that all the various roles are filled on the night.
Thanks to everyone who attended the presentation evening for our U 6 , U 8 and U 10 girls on Sunday evening in Kilbride Community Centre .Thanks to our senior ladies captain Aoife Feely who presented the medals to the girls. Thanks also to Anna Maria Carroll , The Old School of Holistic Therapies, for sponsoring the medals.