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  • Walk & Talk: Kiltale’s 24-hour Walking Challenge 2018

    24.02.2018

    Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, in partnership with local and national charities, would like to announce the launch of its Walk & Talk 24-hour Walking Challenge to take place this May bank holiday weekend.

    The Challenge
    We aim to have 24 teams walking in relay, continuously, for 24 hours – from 7pm on Saturday 5th May to 7pm on Sunday 6th May.

    Each of the 24 teams will be lead by a fearless leader, and will contain a minimum of 10 participants (there is no upper limit on the participants – so go nuts, and try for 20!).

    Each participant on the team will be asked to raise a minimum of €100 each in sponsorship, but again there will be no upper limit so reach for the stars. We will have sponsorship cards available but use whatever method you see fit (legal only please) to raise your funds.

    As a little challenge, and to focus the mind, we also aim to walk a combined total of 1500km during the event with each team member’s distances being accounted for, so get training!

    Launch Night
    We will have a launch night for this event when our 24 leaders have been selected. At this launch night we will perform an open draw for the hours that each team will be asked to walk for. We will also reveal details of the novelty hours which will also be assigned to the teams.

    The two beneficiary charities will also be revealed on the launch night, and will be present to offer support and encouragement to all participants.

    On the Day
    The challenge will be finishing as stated above at 7pm on Sunday 6th May, which is the Bank Holiday Weekend.

    For the final hour all 24 teams will be recalled to our walking track to finish the challenge together.

    We will have a BBQ with all manner of refreshments and entertainment that evening for our participants, sponsors and supporters to enjoy. This will be a great community spirit and all attendance is very welcome.

    Please support this event as not only will it help our club and community, but also two very worthy charities!

    Club newsletter: February 22nd, 2018

    22.02.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 7, 12, 28, 29
    3 x €20 winners: Adam Bannon, Ann O’Neill, Phil Geraghty
    Next week’s jackpot: €2,000

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Club membership 2018

    It’s now possible to pay your club dues for 2018 online – just click on the button to the right of the website, or the ‘Join Online’ link at the top of the page. All membership fees are to be paid by March 21st.

    Membership officer: Orla O’Sullivan, 086 8171044

    Major fundraiser 2018: an invitation

    The Club are hosting a 24-hour “Walk 2 Talk” Walkathon on the May bank holiday weekend.

    24 leaders are been sought, so we have one team walking every hour. Teams can be made up of 5 to 15 people. Every team will be requested to bring a selected sum of money. Each hour will have a different theme (‘family’ or ‘fancy dress’, for example).

    We hope the event will involve all in the parish, young and old. All proceeds from one designated hour will be given to a chosen charity, with every other club in the county being asked to nominate one person (and provide a donation) for that hour.

    Remaining funds will be put towards the running of the club and to assist in the plans for the development in 2018. While the outstanding Lotto grant will cover renovation of the dressing rooms and fencing off the second pitch, other funds will be required for the other development of the grounds.

    An invitation: Friday 23rd February at 9pm

    • We ask anyone interested, or who has said she will enter a team in the 24-hour walkathon, to come and meet the committee and begin the process for this great fundraiser and social event!
    • We require 24 leaders – one for each hour – and at least 10 people to join their team and walk in each hour. We also require a team to help us with the promotion of the event on social media.
    • On the night the club will inform all what the 24 hours entail, and what sort of fundraising we hope to receive from each team.
      • We have a hurling club
      • A walking/running track
      • A Hurling Wall
      • 2 adult pitches which need developing
      • A juvenile pitch which needs developing
      • Dressing room which will be done up as part of lotto grant
      • Lighting that needs to be maintained and improved – the list is endless, but money is needed to run it all!

    This sort of event has only previously done in one other GAA club – it was a great social 24 hours for their parish, as well as a great fundraiser, and we ask you all to please come along on Friday night at 9pm and support us.

    Please come along and be part of this great event, on Friday night at 9pm in the clubhouse.

    At some stage during the 24-hour walk or before the event TV3 will cover the proceedings – we thank those associated with TV3 for the promotion of the fundraiser.

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Start off 2018 with a healthy step. Each small step can lead to a big step! Just like a problem: share the load – walk and talk – we are all here to listen.

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • Pop down and watch Ireland continue their Six Nations campaign on the big screen!

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

    Club newsletter: February 15th, 2018

    15.02.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 6, 11, 22, 25
    3 x €20 winners: Eileen & Frank, Geraldine Ashe, Paddy Kelly (Snr)
    Next week’s jackpot: €1,900

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 17th February – Meath U17 hurling league – Kiltale v Navan O’Mahonys/Wolfe Tones – venue Kiltale, throw-in 3:15pm
    • Saturday 17th February – Meath AHL division 3 – Kiltale v Navan O’Mahonys – venue Navan O’Mahonys, throw-in 4.15pm
    • Sunday 18th February – Meath AHL division 1 – Kiltale v Kildalkey – venue Kildalkey, throw-in 11am

    GAA National Draw Tickets

    Thank you to all who supported this fundraiser – your support is very much appreciated. To those that mislaid their tickets but purchased new ones, if you locate the lost tickets please return them to Liz as we must account for them with Croke Park.

    History of Kiltale Hurling Club – launch night

    Kiltale Hurling Club is going to begin to put the HISTORY OF THE CLUB together this Saturday 17th February in the clubhouse at around 9pm. It will launch the begin of this process with some of the memorabilia that has been recently handed to the club, going back to the 1950s and 1960s, as well as putting other records and items on display. Interviews with past members and present will also take place. Please come along and enjoy the trip down memory lane.

    If you have documentation you wish to give to the club you can contact any of the following:

    • Paddy Kelly at 086 8282458
    • Liz Phelan at 086 1205552
    • Dominic Reilly at 086 2132288.

    Kiltale HC – major fundraiser 2018

    The Club are hosting a 24-hour “Walk 2 Talk”Walkathon on the May bank holiday weekend.

    24 leaders are been sought, so we have one team walking every hour. Teams can be made up of 5 to 15 people. Every team will be requested to bring a selected sum of money. Each hour will have a different theme (‘family’ or ‘fancy dress’, for example).

    We hope the event will involve all in the parish, young and old. All proceeds from one designated hour will be given to a chosen charity, with every other club in the county being asked to nominate one person (and provide a donation) for that hour.

    Remaining funds will be put towards the running of the club and to assist in the plans for the development in 2018. While the outstanding Lotto grant will cover renovation of the dressing rooms and fencing off the second pitch, other funds will be required for the other development of the grounds.

    At some stage during the 24-hour walk or before the event TV3 will cover the proceedings – we thank those associated with TV3 for the promotion of the fundraiser.

    The plan is to hold a fundraising meeting for all who wish to participate or join the organising committee. Volunteers will also be needed to take care of social media promotions, etc. If you are interested in assisting please contact Liz  at 086 1205552 and watch this space for the meeting and all that is happening.

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Start off 2018 with a healthy step. Each small step can lead to a big step! Just like a problem: share the load – walk and talk – we are all here to listen.

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • Pop down and watch Ireland continue their Six Nations campaign on the big screen!

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

    Club newsletter: February 9th, 2018

    09.02.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 2, 9, 17, 28
    3 x €20 winners: Mary Gilsenan, Philip Doyle, Kathleen McDermott
    Seller’s Prize for January: Julie McGann
    Next week’s jackpot: €1,800

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    GAA National Draw tickets

    ALL REMAINING TICKETS to be entered into the GAA’s national club draw must be returned by February 10th. Your support to the club by selling those remaining would be appreciated. Even unsold tickets must be given back!

    All proceeds from the draw go to the running of the club. Any queries contact Liz at 086 1205552.

    History of Kiltale Hurling Club – launch night

    Kiltale Hurling Club is going to begin to put the HISTORY OF THE CLUB together on Saturday 17th February in the clubhouse at around 9pm. It will launch the begin of this process with some of the memorabilia that has been recently handed to the club, going back to the 1950s and 1960s, as well as putting other records and items on display. Interviews with past members and present will also take place. Please come along and enjoy the trip down memory lane.

    If you have documentation you wish to give to the club you can contact any of the following:

    • Paddy Kelly at 086 8282458
    • Liz Phelan at 086 1205552
    • Dominic Reilly at 086 2132288.

    Kiltale HC – major fundraiser 2018

    The Club are hosting a 24-hour “Walk 2 Talk”Walkathon on the May bank holiday weekend.

    24 leaders are been sought, so we have one team walking every hour. Teams can be made up of 5 to 15 people. Every team will be requested to bring a selected sum of money. Each hour will have a different theme (‘family’ or ‘fancy dress’, for example).

    We hope the event will involve all in the parish, young and old. All proceeds from one designated hour will be given to a chosen charity, with every other club in the county being asked to nominate one person (and provide a donation) for that hour.

    Remaining funds will be put towards the running of the club and to assist in the plans for the development in 2018. While the outstanding Lotto grant will cover renovation of the dressing rooms and fencing off the second pitch, other funds will be required for the other development of the grounds.

    At some stage during the 24-hour walk or before the event TV3 will cover the proceedings – we thank those associated with TV3 for the promotion of the fundraiser.

    The plan is to hold a fundraising meeting for all who wish to participate or join the organising committee. Volunteers will also be needed to take care of social media promotions, etc. If you are interested in assisting please contact Liz  at 086 1205552 and watch this space for the meeting and all that is happening.

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Start off 2018 with a healthy step. Each small step can lead to a big step! Just like a problem: share the load – walk and talk – we are all here to listen.

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • Pop down and watch Ireland continue their Six Nations campaign against Italy this weekend!

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

    Club newsletter: January 31st, 2018

    31.01.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 2, 9, 17, 28
    3 x €20 winners: Aidan Kearney, Tommy Connor, Marty McGann
    Next week’s jackpot: €1,700

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

     

    GAA National Draw tickets

    This is the final call for tickets for the national draw to be returned! All remaining tickets must be returned by February 8th to be entered for the National Draw – your support to the club by selling those remaining would be appreciated.

    All those with outstanding books received a text message with regard to returning your books – hopefully sold – before February 1st. We must have all tickets back please, sold or otherwise.

    All proceeds from the draw go to the running of the club. Any queries contact Liz at 086 1205552.

    History of Kiltale Hurling Club – launch night

    Kiltale Hurling Club is going to begin to put the HISTORY OF THE CLUB together on Saturday 17th February in the clubhouse at around 9pm. It will launch the begin of this process with some of the memorabilia that has been recently handed to the club, going back to the 1950s and 1960s, as well as putting other records and items on display. Interviews with past members and present will also take place. Please come along and enjoy the trip down memory lane.

    If you have documentation you wish to give to the club you can contact any of the following:

    • Paddy Kelly at 086 8282458
    • Liz Phelan at 086 1205552
    • Dominic Reilly at 086 2132288.

    Kiltale HC – major fundraiser 2018

    The Club are hosting a 24-hour “Walk 2 Talk”Walkathon on the May bank holiday weekend.

    24 leaders are been sought, so we have one team walking every hour. Teams can be made up of 5 to 15 people. Every team will be requested to bring a selected sum of money. Each hour will have a different theme (‘family’ or ‘fancy dress’, for example).

    We hope the event will involve all in the parish, young and old. All proceeds from one designated hour will be given to a chosen charity, with every other club in the county being asked to nominate one person (and provide a donation) for that hour.

    Remaining funds will be put towards the running of the club and to assist in the plans for the development in 2018. While the outstanding Lotto grant will cover renovation of the dressing rooms and fencing off the second pitch, other funds will be required for the other development of the grounds.

    At some stage during the 24-hour walk or before the event TV3 will cover the proceedings – we thank those associated with TV3 for the promotion of the fundraiser.

    The plan is to hold a fundraising meeting for all who wish to participate or join the organising committee. Volunteers will also be needed to take care of social media promotions, etc. If you are interested in assisting please contact Liz  at 086 1205552 and watch this space for the meeting and all that is happening.

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Start off 2018 with a healthy step. Each small step can lead to a big step! Just like a problem: share the load – walk and talk – we are all here to listen.

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • Pop down and watch Ireland kick off their Six Nations campaign against France this weekend!

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

    Club newsletter: January 24th, 2018

    24.01.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 1, 6, 15, 18
    3 x €20 winners: Terri Coyle, Martin Clarke, Padraig Kelly
    Next week’s jackpot: €1,600

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Kiltale HC AGM 2018

    Thank you to those who attended the AGM last Thursday night. The officers for 2018 are as follows – we wish all the best for the year.

    Presidents: Paddy Kelly (Snr), Fr David Brennan, Margaret Reynolds, Margaret Delaney, Liam Ryan, Noel Keating, Tommy Donoghue, Tommy Bannon, Ned Mulligan, Frank Smith, Dessie McGann

    • Chairperson: Dominic Reilly
    • Vice-chairperson: Ann Gilsenan Kearney
    • Secretary: Liz Phelan
    • Treasurer: Ann McCabe
    • Membership officer: Orla O’Sullivan
    • County board delegate: Dominic Reilly
    • Insurance officer: Paddy Kelly
    • PRO: Ronan Kelly
    • Children’s Officer: Anthony Quinn
    • Health & Wellbeing Officer: Jane Donnelly
    • IT Registrar: Ann Gilsenan Kearney
    • Club Coaching Officer; Damian Clarke
    • Irish Language Officer: Marcas O Loinneacháin
    • Safety Officer: Dessie McGann
    • Club trustees: TJ Kane, John Gilsenan

    Other committee members: Janet Lenehan, John Byrne, Tommy Donoghue, Emer Lynch, Peter During, Seamus Lynch, Noel Regan

    Grass-cutting contract

    Kiltale Hurling Club is looking into the contracting of the Grass Cutting of the two adult pitches and one juvenile pitch for the forthcoming year. If you are interested contact Dom Reilly for more information at 086 2132288.

    Last quotes to be submitted please by 30th January.

    GAA National Draw tickets

    All remaining tickets are to be by the 1st Feb to be entered for the National Draw – your support to the club by selling those remaining would be appreciated.

    All those with outstanding books received a text message with regard to returning your books hopefully SOLD before February 1st. We must have all tickets back please, sold or otherwise.

    All proceeds from the draw go to the running of the club. Any queries contact Liz at 086 1205552.

    History of Kiltale Hurling Club – launch night

    Kiltale Hurling Club is going to begin to put the HISTORY OF THE CLUB together on Saturday 17th February in the clubhouse at around 9pm. It will launch the begin of this process with some of the memorabilia that has been recently handed to the club, going back to the 1950s and 1960s, as well as putting other records and items on display. Interviews with past members and present will also take place. Please come along and enjoy the trip down memory lane.

    If you have documentation you wish to give to the club you can contact any of the following:

    • Paddy Kelly at 086 8282458
    • Liz Phelan at 086 1205552
    • Dominic Reilly at 086 2132288.

    Kiltale HC – major fundraiser 2018

    The Club are hosting a 24-hour “Walk 2 Talk”Walkathon on the May bank holiday weekend.

    24 leaders are been sought, so we have one team walking every hour. Teams can be made up of 5 to 15 people. Every team will be requested to bring a selected sum of money. Each hour will have a different theme (‘family’ or ‘fancy dress’, for example).

    We hope the event will involve all in the parish, young and old. All proceeds from one designated hour will be given to a chosen charity, with every other club in the county being asked to nominate one person (and provide a donation) for that hour.

    Remaining funds will be put towards the running of the club and to assist in the plans for the development in 2018. While the outstanding Lotto grant will cover renovation of the dressing rooms and fencing off the second pitch, other funds will be required for the other development of the grounds.

    At some stage during the 24-hour walk or before the event TV3 will cover the proceedings – we thank those associated with TV3 for the promotion of the fundraiser.

    The plan is to hold a fundraising meeting for all who wish to participate or join the organising committee. Volunteers will also be needed to take care of social media promotions, etc. If you are interested in assisting please contact Liz  at 086 1205552 and watch this space for the meeting and all that is happening.

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Start off 2018 with a healthy step. Each small step can lead to a big step! Just like a problem: share the load – walk and talk – we are all here to listen.

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • ALL MAJOR GAMES in all sports shown on our big screens.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

    Club newsletter: January 17th, 2018

    17.01.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 9, 23, 25, 28
    3 x €20 winners: Emer Lynch, Freda O’Leary, Margaret Connor
    Next week’s jackpot: €1,500

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Kiltale HC AGM 2018 – change of date

    This will be held on Thursday 18th Jan at 8pm in Kiltale Clubhouse.

    Kiltale Hurling Club invite all members/players/mentors/parents and new members to the AGM. The club needs more members on its committee to allow the club develop.  It needs people to come on board to assist the club in fundraising, ground development/maintenance, teams, etc – all that is involved in keeping a club going.

    If members wish to nominate people for any position in the club, you can send your nominations to the club secretary: text or phone 086 1205552, or email secretary.kiltalehurling.meath@gaa.ie.

    Please take this opportunity and help the club out in a positive and productive way as it stand the committee needs to grow and the club can only move forward by people coming on board to help. The opportunity for all is at the AGM.

    We hope to see new faces at the AGM and NEW members on the committee for 2018.

    Grass-cutting contract

    Kiltale Hurling Club are looking into the contracting of the Grass Cutting of the two adult pitches and one juvenile pitch for the forthcoming year.

    If you are interest contact Dom Reilly for more information at 086 2132288.

    GAA National Draw tickets

    All remaining tickets are to be by the 1st Feb to be entered for the National Draw – your support to the club by selling those remaining would be appreciated.

    All those with outstanding books received a text message with regard to returning your books hopefully SOLD before February 1st. We must have all tickets back please, sold or otherwise.

    All proceeds from the draw go to the running of the club. Any queries contact Liz at 086 1205552.

    Meath County Board – fixtures notice

    Please check out the new Meath County Board webpage at meath.gaa.ie – all documentation and notes are available on it.

    Fixtures: Meath CCC are not in a position to issue the Master Fixture Planner for 2018 until the proposed playing regulation motions are voted on by clubs, planned for 23 Jan 2018.

    However, to help clubs prepare for the next few weeks please find hereunder the fixtures up to weekend 24/25 Feb 2018;

    • Week ending 28 Jan 2018 A League (Football) Rd 1
    • Week ending 04 Feb 2018 A League (Football)  Rd 2
    • Week ending 11 Feb 2018 A League (Football)  Rd 3
    • Week ending 18 Feb 2018 Hurling League Rd 1 and B League (Football) Rd 1
    • Week ending 25 Feb 2018 A League (Football) Rd 4.
    • Please note that ‘Week ending’ means any dates in that week up to and including the Sunday.

    Meath CCC will issue the 2018 Master Fixtures Planner as soon as the outcome of the playing regulations motions are known.

    Meath GAA league fixtures 2018

    National Hurling League division 2A

    • Sunday 28 January – Kiltale v Meath – St Conleth’s Park, Newbridge, 2pm
    • Saturday 03 February – London v Meath – McGovern Park, London, 1pm
    • Sunday 18 February – Meath v Westmeath – Trim, 2pm
    • Sunday 25 February – Kerry v Meath – Austin Stack Park, Tralee, 12:30pm
    • Sunday 4 March – Meath v Carlow – Páirc Tailteann, 1pm (double-header with footballers)

    National Football League division 2 

    • Sunday 28 January – Roscommon v Meath – Dr Hyde Park, 2:30pm
    • Sunday 04 February – Meath v Clare – Pairc Tailteann, 2pm
    • Saturday 10 February – Cavan v Meath – Kingspan Breffni Park, 7pm
    • Saturday 24 February – Tipperary v Meath – Semple Stadium, 7pm
    • Sunday 04 March – Meath v Cork – Pairc Tailteann, 3pm (double-header with hurlers)
    • Sunday 18 March – Louth v Meath – Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda, 2pm
    • Sunday 25 March – Meath v Down – Pairc Tailteann, 3pm

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Start off 2018 with a healthy step. Each small step can lead to a big step! Just like a problem: share the load – walk and talk – we are all here to listen.

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

     

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • ALL MAJOR GAMES in all sports shown on our big screens.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

    County Board notice: Referee rules

    16.01.2018

    The following is a note from the Meath GAA county secretary…

    Clubs are hereby put on notice that CCC an Mhí will implement Regulations 66, 76 and 86 2017 from 05 February 2018. Regulations 66 (A League), 76 (B League) and 86 (Hurling League) refer to the requirement for clubs to have certified referees in place. Failure to have a certified referee in place has the consequence of having to play all league games away from home.
    This Regulation has been in place for a number of years but not enforced by CCC an Mhí until the latter end of the leagues in 2017. This was due to the chronic shortage of certified referees in the County, resulting in a small number of games being postponed due to the unavailability of referees.

    The 05 February 2018 has been chosen to allow clubs nominate new referees and to allow them attend the three session new referees training course currently being organised by Frank Gallogly – Referees Co-Ordinator. Clubs are urged to contact Frank directly in relation to the course and all aspects of new referees. It is intended that the new referees training course will be completed by the end of January 2018.

    Once CCC an Mhí implement this existing Regulation they will have no latitude to deviate from the measure imposed so all affected clubs are encouraged to provide suitable people as new referees.

    Please also note that if a person becomes a certified referee but then fails to officiate at games as allocated, that person may be deemed ‘inactive’ by the Referees Co-Ordinator. Clubs with Inactive Certified Referees are deemed not to have a Certified Referee and will therefore lose home advantage under regulations 66, 76 and 86.

    Note: Frank Gallogly can be contacted at 086-8686729.

    Club newsletter: January 11th, 2018

    11.01.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 16, 18, 26, 28
    3 x €20 winners: Vinnie McGann, John Horan, Angie Tuohy
    Next week’s jackpot: €1,400

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Kiltale HC AGM 2018 – change of date

    This will be held on Thursday 18th Jan at 8pm in Kiltale Clubhouse.

    Kiltale Hurling Club invite all members/players/mentors/parents and new members to the AGM. The club needs more members on its committee to allow the club develop.  It needs people to come on board to assist the club in fundraising, ground development/maintenance, teams, etc – all that is involved in keeping a club going.

    If members wish to nominate people for any position in the club, you can send your nominations to the club secretary: text or phone 086 1205552, or email secretary.kiltalehurling.meath@gaa.ie.

    Please take this opportunity and help the club out in a positive and productive way as it stand the committee needs to grow and the club can only move forward by people coming on board to help. The opportunity for all is at the AGM.

    We hope to see new faces at the AGM and NEW members on the committee for 2018.

    Update on development of new grounds: The process involving Teagasc and the Chief State Solicitor’s Office, with regard to the change of ownership of the new lads, is nearly complete. All correspondence has been signed by both parties, and the club’s solicitors are completing the final part of the paperwork to get the issue with the Land Folio numbers completed.  This will then allow the club to start the work on the dressing rooms and new pitch. It has been a long process getting all resolved – all of which has been totally out of the control of Kiltale Hurling Club – but thankfully we are near completion and the benefits of having the planned work done will benefit all.

    GAA National Draw tickets

    All remaining tickets are to be by the 1st Feb to be entered for the National Draw – your support to the club by selling those remaining would be appreciated.

    All those with outstanding books received a text message with regard to returning your books hopefully SOLD before February 1st. We must have all tickets back please, sold or otherwise.

    All proceeds from the draw go to the running of the club. Any queries contact Liz at 086 1205552.

    Meath GAA league fixtures 2018

    National Hurling League division 2A

    • Sunday 28 January – Kiltale v Meath – St Conleth’s Park, Newbridge, 2pm
    • Saturday 03 February – London v Meath – McGovern Park, London, 1pm
    • Sunday 18 February – Meath v Westmeath – Trim, 2pm
    • Sunday 25 February – Kerry v Meath – Austin Stack Park, Tralee, 12:30pm
    • Sunday 4 March – Meath v Carlow – Páirc Tailteann, 1pm (double-header with footballers)

    National Football League division 2 

    • Sunday 28 January – Roscommon v Meath – Dr Hyde Park, 2:30pm
    • Sunday 04 February – Meath v Clare – Pairc Tailteann, 2pm
    • Saturday 10 February – Cavan v Meath – Kingspan Breffni Park, 7pm
    • Saturday 24 February – Tipperary v Meath – Semple Stadium, 7pm
    • Sunday 04 March – Meath v Cork – Pairc Tailteann, 3pm (double-header with hurlers)
    • Sunday 18 March – Louth v Meath – Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda, 2pm
    • Sunday 25 March – Meath v Down – Pairc Tailteann, 3pm

     

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Start off 2018 with a healthy step. Each small step can lead to a big step! Just like a problem: share the load – walk and talk – we are all here to listen.

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

    GAA Season Tickets 2018 now on sale

    GAA season tickets for the 2018 season are now on sale – €120 for adults and €30 for under-16s – which includes entry to every match in the Allianz National Leagues, free entry to the county’s first championship match, access to discounted tickets for the new group stages of the championship in your code, entry to the All-Ireland club finals on March 17th, and possible access to an All-Ireland ticket if your county makes it!

    There’a also now an Adult Club+ version, foe €200, which includes free entry to all club championship fixtures in your county, and a guaranteed All-Ireland ticket if your county makes it.

    Visit gaa.ie/seasonticket for more information!

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • ALL MAJOR GAMES in all sports shown on our big screens.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

    Club newsletter: January 3rd, 2018

    03.01.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 5, 11, 14, 17
    3 x €20 winners: Ann O’Neill, Mary Bannon, Willie Byrne
    Next week’s jackpot: €1,300

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact Ann Gilsenan at 087 2875070 or Emer Lynch at 086 3583455. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Meath SH campaigns 2018

    Kiltale would like to wish the Meath Hurling team and management the best of luck as continue their Walsh Cup hurling campaign – best of luck in particular to the Kiltale contingent in the squad!

    • Wednesday 3rd January – Meath v Dublin – venue Abbottstown, throw-in 8pm

    Kiltale HC AGM 2018

    This will be held on Friday 19th Jan at 8pm in Kiltale Clubhouse.

    GAA National Draw tickets

    Don’t forget to buy your ticket for the GAA’s National Club Draw – all money raised in the club stays in the club, but there are great national prizes to be won! Tickets can be bought and returned to the special box in the clubhouse.

    Family Fitness initiative 2017-18

    Kiltale and Moynalvey GFC’s Family Fitness and Well-being Initiative 2017/18 resumes on Wednesday 3rd January.

    Meet every Wednesday evening at 7:30pm at the Kiltale walking track – the initiative is open to all age groups, including parents. We want you to come down, train together as a family, where our club coaches will help and motivate you to be fit and healthy.

    Kiltale is a Healthy Club

    Remember:

    • Boost your mood with healthy food – Eating a healthy balanced diet is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health
    • Keeping Active is a winning tactic – Getting regular exercise is proven to have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing
    • Drink Less – enjoy the night, socialise with fun, and drink less – you will have good nights and mornings

    GAA Season Tickets 2018 now on sale

    GAA season tickets for the 2018 season are now on sale – €120 for adults and €30 for under-16s – which includes entry to every match in the Allianz National Leagues, free entry to the county’s first championship match, access to discounted tickets for the new group stages of the championship in your code, entry to the All-Ireland club finals on March 17th, and possible access to an All-Ireland ticket if your county makes it!

    There’a also now an Adult Club+ version, foe €200, which includes free entry to all club championship fixtures in your county, and a guaranteed All-Ireland ticket if your county makes it.

    Visit gaa.ie/seasonticket for more information!

    Bingo

    Bingo has resumed in the clubhouse every Tuesday night in the clubhouse at 8:30pm SHARP. Please support this is a social outing for young and old and vital for some people to get out and meet people.

    Online store

    The club’s online store at ONeills.com has been refreshed with some all new merchandise! Be sure to visit at https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html.

    Support the Clubhouse

    • ALL MAJOR GAMES in all sports shown on our big screens.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The club house is a very important facility in our parish and always needs support. Like other clubs we don’t want to know what it is to be without it. Drop in for a drink or an ESSENSCE Coffee or think about using the facility for a party or meeting.

    We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.

    ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~