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  • Club newsletter: November 13rd, 2018

    13.11.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 1, 17, 21, 29
    3 x €20 winners: Robert Noonan, Ciaran O’Briain, McCabe Family
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,900

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact:

    • Ann Gilsenan: 087 2875070
    • Emer Lynch: 086 3583455
    • Janet Lenehan: 086 0559152

    As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Young@Heart AGM

    The Kiltale-Moynalvey ‘Young at Heart’ group will holds its AGM on Thursday 22nd November at 8:30pm in the clubhouse. New members very welcome.

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 24th November – Under-15 league shield final – Kiltale v Dunderry – venue Dunganny, throw-in 2pm

    Our under-15 team are coming off the back of a busy weekend – they met Na Fianna their quarter-final last Saturday, only then to have to play their semi-final a day later against Clann na nGael in Athboy. The boys put up a great effort, and brought the game to extra time before falling short against a more energetic opponent. The boys’ display of hurling and endurance was a credit to them all, and the club wishes them all the best in their Shield final coming soon.

    All adult fixtures are completed for the club for 2018. The club and players would like to thank all the sponsors and you the supporters for all the support during the year. It is very much appreciated.

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Thank you to all that purchased tickets for the draw before Tuesday 30th October – your support to the redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann and to the club is very much appreciated.

    Meath GAA on Tuesday 30th announced that they were extending the date of the first draw to December 29th 2018. 

    If you have not yet and wish to purchase a ticket, contact Liz Phelan 0861205552 or Dom Reilly 0862132288. You can also purchase tickets online, bu if so, PLEASE nominate ‘Kiltale Hurling Club’.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. Tickets are also available behind the clubhouse bar.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • PLEASE NOTE THAT NO DRESSING ROOMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR TOGGING OUT AT PRESENT.
    • Dressing Rooms 1 & 2 are now under construction – showers, tiling, floors and painting of walls
    • Dressing Room 3 is now under construction – floor, roof, lighting and painting of walls
    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym – The roof has been completed and all walls are being skimmed.
    • Outdoor Shed – Walls to be plastered in the coming weeks
    • Roof on dressing room/clubhouse – There is a leak between the two buildings and the roof has to be stripped and repaired. This work is near completion underway.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    Bingo is back!

    Every Tuesday night at 8.30pm (sharp) in Kiltale Club House – great jackpot and prizes to be won nightly. All funds go to the Young At Heart Group.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    • Come and watch Ireland’s autumn rugby internationals on the big screen!

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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: November 8th, 2018

    08.11.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 12, 18, 20, 29
    3 x €20 winners: John Gilsenan, Lorcan Kelly, Madeline Hanafin
    Sellers’ prize for October:
    Maureen Gilsenan
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,800

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact:

    • Ann Gilsenan: 087 2875070
    • Emer Lynch: 086 3583455
    • Janet Lenehan: 086 0559152

    As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Thank you

    Kiltale Hurling Club are most grateful to all who travelled to Wexford last weekend to support the senior team in their Leinster IHC clash. Unfortunately luck (and the weather!) was against us as we were defeated by Fethard St Mogue’s by four points.

    The club appreciate your support to the team and mentors during 2018.

    Fixtures

    • Saturday 10rd November – Division 3 HL – Kiltale v Donaghmore/Ashbourne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 2.30pm

    Sympathies

    Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club would like to express its sympathies to the Byrne family on the passing of Tom Byrne of Winetown. May he rest In peace.

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Thank you to all that purchased tickets for the draw before Tuesday 30th October – your support to the redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann and to the club is very much appreciated.

    Meath GAA on Tuesday 30th announced that they were extending the date of the first draw to December 29th 2018. 

    If you have not yet and wish to purchase a ticket, contact Liz Phelan 0861205552 or Dom Reilly 0862132288. You can also purchase tickets online, bu if so, PLEASE nominate ‘Kiltale Hurling Club’.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. Tickets are also available behind the clubhouse bar.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • Dressing Rooms 1 & 2 are now under construction – showers, tiling, floors and painting of walls
    • Dressing Room 3 is now under construction – floor, roof, lighting and painting of walls
    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym – All walls slabbed and ceiling work completed and ready for remainder of the work – thank you to those that completed this work on Wednesday night: Peter Durnin, Cathal McCabe, James Kelly, TJ Lynch, Anthony Forde and Padraig Kelly
    • Outdoor Shed – Walls to be plastered in the coming weeks
    • Roof on dressing room/clubhouse – There is a leak between the two buildings and the roof has to be stripped and repaired. This work is now underway.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    GAA Club Newsletter

    The latest edition of the GAA’s national club newsletter, for October 2018, is available to download here.

    Bingo is back!

    Every Tuesday night at 8.30pm (sharp) in Kiltale Club House – great jackpot and prizes to be won nightly. All funds go to the Young At Heart Group.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    • Come and watch Ireland’s autumn rugby internationals on the big screen!

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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: October 31st, 2018

    31.10.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 1, 16, 22, 29
    3 x €20 winners: Gerard Brien, Anne Nugent, Mary Maguire 
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,700

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact:

    • Ann Gilsenan: 087 2875070
    • Emer Lynch: 086 3583455
    • Janet Lenehan: 086 0559152

    As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Fixtures

    • Saturday 3rd November – Leinster IHC quarter-final: Kiltale v Fethard St. Mogues (Wexford) – Innovate Wexford Park, throw-in 1:30pm

    Be the 16th man – The team and club would appreciate if all could support them on Saturday – you have been a massive support so far this season, so let’s push the lads on and travel in big numbers. COME ON THE PARISH!

    Supporters Bus – if you wish to travel on the supporter’s bus contact Carmel at 0863770763 with a €10 deposit. Leaving at 11am on the day – book now, don’t be disappointed!

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Thank you to all that purchased tickets for the draw before Tuesday 30th October – your support to the redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann and to the club is very much appreciated.

    Meath GAA on Tuesday 30th announced that they were extending the date of the first draw to December 29th 2018. 

    If you have not yet and wish to purchase a ticket, contact Liz Phelan 0861205552 or Dom Reilly 0862132288. You can also purchase tickets online, bu if so, PLEASE nominate ‘Kiltale Hurling Club’.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. Tickets are also available behind the clubhouse bar.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • Dressing Room 1 is now under construction – showers – tiling – floors are all be updated
    • Dressing Room 2 is now under construction – showers – tiling – floors are all be updated and new Velux roof windows fitted
    • Dressing Room 3 – Now emptied and available for teams to tog out (though no showers are available) – new roof windows being fitted
    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym: Ceiling and wall works to begin week of November 6th
    • Outdoor Shed – Doors have now been fitted (many thanks to Quentin Ashe!), walls will be plastered hopefully in the coming week
    • Roof on dressing room/clubhouse – There is a leak between the two buildings and the roof has to be stripped and repaired. This will take around two weeks to address.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    GAA Club Newsletter

    The latest edition of the GAA’s national club newsletter, for October 2018, is available to download here.

    Bingo is back!

    Every Tuesday night at 8.30pm (sharp) in Kiltale Club House – great jackpot and prizes to be won nightly. All funds go to the Young At Heart Group.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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! ~

    Meath GAA extends deadline for ‘Royal House’ draw

    31.10.2018

    Meath GAA has announced that it is extending the deadline for its Royal House Draw.. The draw for the €275K home at Cois Glaisin in south Navan had been due to take place on the 31st of October but it has now been decided to defer it until December 29th.

    The draw is the first of three for three new houses through which Meath GAA plans to raise €1.5m for the redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann.

    Peter O’Halloran, Chairman of Meath GAA said while feedback to the draw had been extremely positive, they had underestimated the amount of time required to put the logistics for the draw in place.

    “Running a draw like this is a major operation and it took us longer than planned to put the framework in place. As a result, we started a little later than planned. The reaction of the clubs has been very enthusiastic, but their feedback was that they needed more time to sell their tickets.”

    “Extending the time period will also enable us to take advantage of the Christmas period as these tickets will make ideal festive gifts for anyone who supports Meath GAA or indeed for anyone who would simply like to start 2019 by walking into their new home”, he said.

    Tickets for the draw are €100 each but all those paying in advance for the three draws will be able to avail of a special discount rate of €250. Tickets are available from local clubs and online www.royalhousedraw.com/ The maximum number of tickets sold for each draw will be 12,000.

    Various options and ‘easy pay’ methods are available to facilitate the purchase of tickets while an incentive scheme for clubs is also in place. The other draws will take place in mid and late 2019. 

    Note on Redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann

    Coiste na Mi has planning permission for the full redevelopment of Pairc Tailteann to a 21,000 all seater stadium. The planning permission was obtained following a feasibility study on the existing grounds in 2013 which found that it was in need of major refurbishment to make it fit for purpose. Coiste na Mi is now embarking on Phase 1 of the redevelopment – the provision of a new 7,000 seater stand, the restoration of the floodlights and a small realignment of the pitch.

    This exciting development will see Pairc Tailteann restored to its position as the best stadium in the North East, outside of Croke Park, a place of which all Meath Gaels can be proud and an inspiration to future generations.

    Club newsletter: October 24th, 2018

    24.10.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 9, 16, 17, 24
    3 x €20 winners:Willie Byrne, Mary Maguire, Paddy Kelly Snr
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,600

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact:

    • Ann Gilsenan: 087 2875070
    • Emer Lynch: 086 3583455
    • Janet Lenehan: 086 0559152

    As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Fixtures

    • Saturday 3rd November – Leinster IHC quarter-final: Kiltale v Wexford intermediate champions (either Fethard St. Mogues or Cloughbawn) – Wexford venue TBC, throw-in 1:30pm

    Supporters Bus – if you wish to travel on the supporter’s bus contact Carmel at 0863770763 with a €10 deposit. Leaving at 11am on the day – book now, don’t be disappointed!

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Coiste na Mí CLG have unveiled a major fundraiser to help bankroll the redevelopment of the county grounds at Páirc Tailteann – a draw in which three lucky ticket-holders will win a 3-bedroom semi-detached house! 

    The first draw is now just days away and takes place on Halloween Night, Wednesday 31 October!

    All the funds raised will go towards Phase 1 of the Redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann, which includes a 4,000-seater stand, an extension to the pitch, and the installation of new floodlights.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. Tickets are also available behind the clubhouse bar.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • Dressing Room 1 is now under construction – showers – tiling – floors are all be updated
    • Dressing Room 2 is now under construction – showers – tiling – floors are all be updated and new Velux roof windows fitted
    • Dressing Room 3 – Now emptied and available for teams to tog out (though no showers are available) – new roof windows being fitted
    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym: Ceiling and wall works to begin week of November 6th
    • Outdoor Shed – Doors have now been fitted (many thanks to Quentin Ashe!), walls will be plastered hopefully in the coming week
    • Roof on dressing room/clubhouse – There is a leak between the two buildings and the roof has to be stripped and repaired. This will take around two weeks to address.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    Bingo is back!

    Every Tuesday night at 8.30pm (sharp) in Kiltale Club House – great jackpot and prizes to be won nightly. All funds go to the Young At Heart Group.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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: October 16th, 2018

    16.10.2018

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 15, 22, 26, 29
    3 x €20 winners: TJ Kane, Nicholas Brien, Paddy Bannon
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,500

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact:

    • Ann Gilsenan: 087 2875070
    • Emer Lynch: 086 3583455
    • Janet Lenehan: 086 0559152

    As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Fixtures

    • Saturday 20th October – Meath HL division 3: Kiltale v Donaghmore/Ashbourne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 3:30pm

    Sympathies

    Kiltale Hurling Club would like to express its sympathy to the Weldon family on the recent bereavement of Jimmy Weldon.

    May Jimmy rest in peace.

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • Dressing Room 1 – Still available for visiting teams if required
    • Dressing Room 2 – Old showers and toilet dismantled
    • Dressing Room 3 – Now emptied and ready for work on walls, roof and lighting
    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym: Ceiling stripped and water pipes sealed
    • Outdoor Shed – Doors have now been fitted (many thanks to Quentin Ashe!), walls will be plastered soon
    • Roof on dressing room/clubhouse – There is a leak between the two buildings and the roof has to be stripped and repaired. This will be undertaken on the week beginning October 15th.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Coiste na Mí CLG have unveiled a major fundraiser to help bankroll the redevelopment of the county grounds at Páirc Tailteann – a draw in which three lucky ticket-holders will win a 3-bedroom semi-detached house! 

    All the funds raised will go towards Phase 1 of the Redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann, which includes a 4,000-seater stand, an extension to the pitch, and the installation of new floodlights.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. If you would prefer to pay in cash, a night will be arranged shortly where members can visit the clubhouse and offer cash payments to enter.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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: October 12th, 2018

    12.10.2018

    We did it! Five in a row!

    To the players, mentors and parish… to secure five Meath SHC titles in a row is an achievement you should all be proud of – and we wish the lads the best as they head on the road for Leinster club IHC.

    The parish was well decorated and again thank you all for bringing the ROAR and COLOUR to Navan on Sunday.

    Lads: your performance was second to none and we all wish you and your management team the very best of luck!

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 9, 23, 27, 29
    3 x €20 winners: Harry Donovan, John Byrne, Tom Geraghty
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,400

    If you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto for 10, 20 or 52 weeks, contact:

    • Ann Gilsenan: 087 2875070
    • Emer Lynch: 086 3583455
    • Janet Lenehan: 086 0559152

    As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club we would ask you to please support.

    Best of luck!

    • Sunday 14th October – Meath SHC Final – Summerhill v St Peter’s Dunboyne – venue Páirc Tailteann, throw-in time 3:30pm

    Kiltale Hurling Club would like to wish Summerhill the very best of luck in the SFC final this Sunday – we hope the Kiltale players on the Summerhill panel can make it a double!

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • Dressing Room 1 – Still available for visiting teams if required
    • Dressing Room 2 – Old showers and toilet dismantled
    • Dressing Room 3 – Now emptied and ready for work on walls, roof and ceiling
    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym: Ceiling stripped and water pipes sealed
    • Outdoor Shed – Doors have now been fitted (many thanks to Quentin Ashe!), walls will be plastered soon
    • Roof on dressing room/clubhouse – There is a leak between the two buildings and the roof has to be stripped and repaired. This will be undertaken on the week beginning October 15th.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Coiste na Mí CLG have unveiled a major fundraiser to help bankroll the redevelopment of the county grounds at Páirc Tailteann – a draw in which three lucky ticket-holders will win a 3-bedroom semi-detached house! 

    All the funds raised will go towards Phase 1 of the Redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann, which includes a 4,000-seater stand, an extension to the pitch, and the installation of new floodlights.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. If you would prefer to pay in cash, a night will be arranged shortly where members can visit the clubhouse and offer cash payments to enter.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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! ~

    SHC final: Kiltale complete drive for five

    08.10.2018
    Not much room for Trim's Neil Heffernan as Philly Garvey, Iarla Hughes and Ronan Ryan close in during the Meath SHC final at Pairc Tailteann

    Not much room for Trim’s Neil Heffernan as Philly Garvey, Iarla Hughes and Ronan Ryan close in during the Meath SHC final at Pairc Tailteann. Photo: Hogan Stand.

    Kiltale ……. 2-18
    Trim ……… 0-14

    Kiltale made it five SHC titles in a row when finishing with 10 points to spare over neighbours Trim in the decider on Sunday at Pairc Tailteann.

    The final margin doesn’t reflect the opening 45 minutes. The scores were tied seven times before the three-quarter mark. From there to the end Kiltale outscored Trim by 1-8 to 0-1.

    A Peter Durnin free broke the deadlock and the same player quickly doubled Kiltale’s lead from a free.

    The Kiltale number 13 was prominent, having replaced Jack Regan towards the end of the third quarter.  Durnin finished with eight points to his credit.

    His accuracy helped Kiltale out significantly. The champions totaled 10 wides, eight in the third quarter.

    Just four points separated the sides, though momentum was with Kiltale, with 54 minutes gone. Then man-of-the-match Ronan Ryan sent in a long delivery that Ross Ryan finished from close range while on his knees.

    In the time remaining sub Shane Lenehan became Kiltale’s seventh scorer as David Troy’s men secured possession of the Jubilee Cup for the ninth time.

    Trim bidding to complete a hat-trick of titles, having lifted the JHC and MHC crowns earlier in the weekend, lined out without James Toher.

    In the first-half, the underdogs had whatever assistance the squally wind offered. Two of their nominal frontline, Cian Lee and team captain Alan Douglas, operated in deep roles.

    A Brian Dowling free pointed Trim into an early lead. It was soon cancelled out by a similar score from Kiltale’s number 15, Jack Regan.

    A Diarmuid Higgins point from his own 65 put Trim in front. Scores were tied four times in the opening quarter. A Cathal McCabe effort from play moved the champions two points clear for the first time.

    A Damian Magee point kept the challengers in touch. Cian Lee pointed from the stand side, about 45 metres out, to leave Trim just one point off the pace, 0-6 to 0-7 with 22 minutes gone.

    Then came the moment of the half, a brilliant Charlie Ennis save from Cillian O’Sullivan. The sides were tied for the fifth time when Dowling sent over a 65, his fourth of the half with 25 minutes gone.

    Trim outscored Kiltale by 0-2 to 0-1 in the final minutes of the half. Alan Douglas (free) and Neil Heffernan moved Neil Cole’s side two clear. Peter Durnin replied for the champions to leave David Troy’s men 0-8 to 0-9 in arrears, with elemental advantage to come.

    Kiltale recorded no wides in the first-half while Trim had five.

    However, Trim registered first on the resumption with Dowling sending over (free). When same player landed another free moments later Trim were 0-11 to 0-8 ahead.

    Suspicions of overcarrying before the award were academic. Jack Regan landed his fifth free before Kiltale struck their first goal with James Kelly creating the opening for Cillian O’Sullivan to restord Kiltale’s lead, 1-9 to 0-11.

    Two Dowling frees had Trim level twice before Kiltale found their scoring touch to pull clear.

    Kiltale – Shane McGann; Iarla Hughes, Phillip Garvey (C), Brian O’Reilly; Stephen Donoghue, Ronan Ryan, Padraig Kelly; Anthony Forde (0-2), Cillian O’Sullivan (1-0); James Kelly, Cathal McCabe (0-2), Mark O’Sullivan; Peter Durnin (0-7, 5fs 1 65), Ross Ryan (1-1), Jack Regan (0-5 fs). Subs – Ferghal McCabe for Mark O’Sullivan (27),  Shane Lenehan (0-1) for Regan (43), Adam Murphy for J Kelly (57), Christopher Reilly for C O’Sullivan (59), Eamon Ryan for  S Donoghue (59)

    Trim – Charlie Ennis; Ryan Andrews, Luke Moran, Ciaran O’Rourke; Gerard Dwane, Neil Heffernan (0-1), Diarmuid Higgins (0-1); James Cullen, Sean Magee; Thomas Farrell, Damian Magee (0-1), Ciaran Joyce; Cian Lee (0-1), Alan Douglas (0-2, 1f), Brian Dowling (0-8, 7fs, 1 65). Subs – Mickey Cullen for T Farrell (40), Peter Farrell for S Magee (40), James Andrews for D Magee (53), David Murtagh for Joyce (57), Joey Toole for P Farrell (60)

    Referee – Bernard Heaney (Clann na nGael)

    Match report via HoganStand.com

    Club newsletter: October 3rd, 2018

    03.10.2018

    We’re on the march… #MaroonArmy: Assemble!

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 5, 8, 22, 23
    3 x €20 winners: Katie Mulvany, Cecilia Schilder, Tom Geraghty
    Sellers’ prize for September:
    Frank Smith
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,300

    Our thanks to all who have recently join our prepaid lotto, or who have started to purchase it weekly. All funds are needed and we are most grateful to all who enter and who sell tickets on our behalf.

    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.

    As you will read below, the club are thriving on the field and we must keep hurleys, sliothars etc. in supply. You can buy tickets on a Friday night at underage training, behind the bar in the clubhouse, or prepaid at the numbers above.

    Fixtures this week

    • Sunday 7th October – Meath SHC Final – Kiltale v Trim – venue Páirc Tailteann, throw-in time 3:30pm

    This is it… the big one!

    After a stuttering start, our seniors are on the cusp of a phenomenal FIVE-IN-A-ROW of Meath senior titles, a feat which has not been achieved in the county for over seventy years. But we cannot take the outcome for granted – we will need all the support we can muster, as Trim have been waiting 17 years to end their own famine. Bring the colour, bring the noise, and be the 16th man!

    Club flags will be available to purchase in the Kings Gala in the coming days, and all Kiltale Hurling Club Gear is available to purchase from O’Neills Shop online: https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html

    Big Breakfast

    Thanks to all who attended the fundraising Big Breakfast for the senior hurlers last Sunday morning. A great feed was had by all!

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • Dressing Room 1 – Still available for visiting teams if required
    • Dressing Room 2 – Showers dismantled and interior wall knocked
    • Dressing Room 3 – Now emptied and ready for work
    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym: Ceiling stripped
    • Outdoor Shed – Thanks to volunteers in the club, the roof on the shed is now completed and the doors will be fitted in the coming weeks.
    • Roof on dressing room/clubhouse – There is a leak between the two buildings and the roof has to be stripped and repaired. This will be undertaken on the week beginning October 15th.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    NOTE:  To those that have contacted Dom Reilly 0862132288 or Paddy Kelly 0868282458 to assist thank you but we need more help.  So if you can make the call to Dom or Paddy you will be given a timeline and allocated work

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Coiste na Mí CLG have unveiled a major fundraiser to help bankroll the redevelopment of the county grounds at Páirc Tailteann – a draw in which three lucky ticket-holders will win a 3-bedroom semi-detached house! 

    All the funds raised will go towards Phase 1 of the Redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann, which includes a 4,000-seater stand, an extension to the pitch, and the installation of new floodlights.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. If you would prefer to pay in cash, a night will be arranged shortly where members can visit the clubhouse and offer cash payments to enter.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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: September 26th, 2018

    26.09.2018

    We’re a busy club with a lot going on – help us spread the word!

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 4, 7, 23, 27
    3 x €20 winners: Jason Black, Thomas Cummings, Pauric McCormack
    Next week’s jackpot: €5,200

    Our thanks to all who have recently join our prepaid lotto, or who have started to purchase it weekly. All funds are needed and we are most grateful to all who enter and who sell tickets on our behalf.

    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.

    As you will read below, the club are thriving on the field and we must keep hurleys, sliothars etc. in supply. You can buy tickets on a Friday night at underage training, behind the bar in the clubhouse, or prepaid at the numbers above.

    Fixtures this week

    • Sunday 7th October – Meath SHC Final – Kiltale v Trim – venue Páirc Tailteann, throw-in time 3:30pm

    This is it… the big one is coming. After a stuttering start, our seniors are on the cusp of a phenomenal FIVE-IN-A-ROW of Meath senior titles, a feat which has not been achieved in the county for over seventy years. But we cannot take the outcome for granted – we will need all the support we can muster, as Trim have been waiting 17 years to end their own famine. Bring the colour, bring the noise, and be the 16th man!

    Entertainment this weekend

    One of the country’s loved, and most entertaining, live bands takes to Kiltale this weekend – BIG GENERATOR are live in the clubhouse this Friday night, getting underway at 9pm.

    Tickets are available on the door, or behind the bar, for just €10 – and a great night’s music and entertainment is guaranteed.

    Big Breakfast

    A County Hurling Final brings all the good in the world. The club are proud of the players and mentors – and you the supporters – for what has been achieved by all in to date.

    To help all try and achieve the five-in-a-row, and to assist with the cost of a county final, the club are hosting the now almost-annual Big Breakfast after 10am Mass this Sunday morning, Sunday 30th September, at the Clubhouse

    The players will assist in serving, and meeting and greeting you all and show their appreciation to all for your support to them and the club

    So please come along and start and enjoy us all with a cuppa and the build-up for the drive for five!

    Club flags will be available to purchase in the Kings Gala in the coming days, and all Kiltale Hurling Club Gear is available to purchase from O’Neills Shop online: https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kiltale-hurling-club.html

    Development work at Kiltale GAA Pitch

    • Dressing Room 4 – The New Gym: Walls are now ready for skimming, some gym gear has been purchased
    • Dressing Room 2 – Floor ready for addressing
    • Dressing Room 1 – is still available for visiting teams if required
    • Dressing Room 3 – Work will begin once all items in it are taken out and stored
    • Outdoor Shed – Thanks to volunteers in the club, the roof on the shed is now completed and the doors will be fitted in the coming weeks.

    A huge note of thanks must go to FAS for their work on this project.

    NOTE:  To those that have contacted Dom Reilly 0862132288 or Paddy Kelly 0868282458 to assist thank you but we need more help.  So if you can make the call to Dom or Paddy you will be given a timeline and allocated work

    What is included in the works?

    • New flooring in all dressing rooms and hallway of the dressing rooms
    • New shower and toilet facilities
    • Repair to roofing in dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • Upgrade water and heating to accommodate dressing rooms/clubhouse
    • New Gym

    Meath GAA ‘Royal House’ Draw

    Coiste na Mí CLG have unveiled a major fundraiser to help bankroll the redevelopment of the county grounds at Páirc Tailteann – a draw in which three lucky ticket-holders will win a 3-bedroom semi-detached house! 

    All the funds raised will go towards Phase 1 of the Redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann, which includes a 4,000-seater stand, an extension to the pitch, and the installation of new floodlights.

    There are three draws over the next 18 months, with the first prize in each as a new home in the new Cois Glaisin development, constructed by Glenveigh homes, worth €275,000!

    There will also be runners-up prizes – second place will win €10,000; third will take €7,000, fourth will win €5,000, and there will be six prizes of €1,000 each.

    The tickets for Draw 1 are €100 each, which can be purchased through GAA clubs or online at royalhousedraw.com. The payment online can be upfront or in instalments. There’s also an Early Bird option where patrons can enter all three draws, at a discounted price of €250. This option is open until October 31st and payment can be in paid in instalments online.

    Meath GAA Clubs will be rewarded financially for any ticket sold by or through the club – taking 15% of the cut for the first hundred tickets, 25% for the next hundred, and 40% for tickets sold beyond that.

    Kiltale Hurling Club would ask you to nominate Kiltale as your club if purchasing online. If you would prefer to pay in cash, a night will be arranged shortly where members can visit the clubhouse and offer cash payments to enter.

    See further details at: http://www.royalhousedraw.com/.

    Support the Clubhouse

    A huge thank you to Martin Forde the staff of Forde’s Superstore, Mullagh, Kilcock for their kind and generous contribution to the clubhouse by installing two new pellet stoves.  This is very much appreciated by all concerned.

    • Friday 28th September – LIVE at Kiltale Clubhouse – BIG GENERATOR at 9pm – tickets €10 from the bar
      Don’t miss a great night’s entertainment from one of the country’s best-loved live bands!

    – Check out The Clubhouse Facebook for Entertainment at weekends –

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

    The clubhouse 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 ESSENCE 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! ~