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  • Club newsletter: September 19th, 2019

    21.09.2019

    Big weekend ahead – all support needed!

    Our seniors are still in the mix for six: their county semi-final against Trim throws in at 2:30pm this Sunday in Navan. Be the 16th Man!

    Best of luck ladies!


    Kiltale Intermediate Camogie team who bet Drumree in Intermediate Camogie semifinal 4-20  to 0-7.  Team   Shirley Dixon, Taylor Little   Fiona Madden, Leah Gilsenan, Emma McLoughlin, Cheyenne O’Brien,  Ella Jackson,  Louise Donoghue,   Andrea Pearl, Sarah Kelly,  Fia O’Brien,   Aideen Smith, Rachel Garrett, Ciara Donoghue,   Jenny Rispin.  
    Subs:  Liz Lawless,  Meabh Ahern,   Donna McGann,  Mary Kate Kiernan,  Emily Gilsenan,   Natasha Ashe, Laoise Gillic, Jessica Moriarty.

    Meath Camogie Intermediate championship Final
    Sat 21st September
    Kiltale v Kildalkey
    Venue Trim GAA
    TIME 1pm
    Extra time if necessary
    Admission €10 per adult,  €5 OAP/Student, u18 free

    Let’s all get out to support the girls!

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 21st September: Meath MHC division 2 round 5: Kiltale v St Peter’s Dunboyne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 2pm
    • Saturday 21st September: Under-13 HL roinn C round 5: Killyon v Kiltale – venue Killyon, throw-in 2pm
    • Sunday 22nd September: Meath SHC semi-final: Kiltale v Trim – venue Páirc Tailteann, venue 2:30pm
    • Saturday 28th September: Under-11 HL group 1 round 4: Rathmolyon v Kiltale – venue Rathmolyon, throw-in 12pm
    • Saturday 28th September: Under-7/9 HL group 1 round 4: Rathmolyon v Kiltale – venue Rathmolyon, throw-in 10:30am
    • Saturday 28th September: Under-10 HL group 1 round 4: Kiltale v Ratoath – venue Kiltale, throw-in 11am
    • Sunday 29th September: Under-15 HL division 2 round 3: Kiltale v Donaghmore/Ashbourne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 11am

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    Club newsletter: September 11th, 2019

    11.09.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 3, 9, 15, 28
    3 x €20 winners: Cillian O’Sullivan, Cathal Egan, John Horan
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,400

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Minors secure final place with big win in Navan

    Minor Hurling Div 2, round 4:
    Kiltale 10-22
    O’Mahonys/Wolfe Tones 0-08

    We needed a win last week to secure a spot in the county final and the lads came up trumps, plus some more, with a devastating display in Navan.

    The new pitch on the Trim road is a fantastic facility for the O’Mahony’s club with a really good surface for hurling.

    Early points from Donal Matthews and goals from fellow front-line forward Adam McDonnell set the tone and the away side were 3-04 to 0-00 up after 10 minutes.

    The O’M/WT side just couldn’t cope with the two inside forwards and it took 15 minutes before they got on the scoreboard, Evan Clarke had added another goal with an incredible solo effort which started near the sideline and ended up in the net. At half-time the game was over as a contest with Kiltale leading 9-14 to 0-04 thanks to more scores from McDonnell and Matthews and Eoghan Frayne chipping in with a goal and placed balls.

    Captain Gavan McVann also got on the score-sheet with a goal – one for the scrapbook for the full-back turned centre-back. Kiltale made wholesale positional and substitution changes at half-time and the game petered out to its inevitable conclusion.

    The big focus now is on the final which is scheduled for October 5th vs Dunboyne. We do however have to play Dunboyne in the final game of the group stage.

    Scorers Kiltale:A. McDonnell 5-03; D. Matthews 2-07; E. Frayne 1-08; E. Clarke 1-01; G. McVann 1-01; S. Hughes 0-02null

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 14th September: U10 HC group 1 round 3: Kiltale v Donaghmore/Ashbourne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 12pm
    • Saturday 14th September: U7/9 HC group 1 round 3: Kiltale v St Patrick’s – venue Kiltale, throw-in 10:30am
    • Saturday 14th September: U11 HC group 1 round 3: Kiltale v St Patrick’s – venue Kiltale, throw-in 12pm
    • Sunday 15th September: U15 HL division 2 round 2: Kiltale v Rathmolyon – venue Kiltale, throw-in 10am
    • Sunday 15th September: Brendan Davis Cup semi-final: Kiltale v Kilmessan – venue Boardsmill, throw-in 11am
    • Saturday 21st September: Meath MHC division 2 round 5: Kiltale v St Peter’s Dunboyne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 2pm
    • Saturday 21st September: Under-13 HL roinn C round 5: Killyon v Kiltale – venue Killyon, throw-in 2pm

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    Club newsletter: September 4th, 2019

    05.09.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 4, 22, 27, 30
    3 x €20 winners: Kelly family; Dom Reilly; John Byrne
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,300

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Last minute point denies Seniors perfect group record

    The seniors were already qualified as winners of group A before before their last game on Saturday vs Ratoath but were looking for a perfect 6 from 6 in Navan on Saturday evening last. Despite leading for almost the entire match, a strong last 10 minutes from Ratoath meant the teams shared the spoils.

    Hogan Stand report:
    Kiltale ………… 3-15
    Ratoath ………. 1-21

    When Chris Reilly netted for the champions at the old swimming pool end of the ground in the 42nd minute, the Kiltale led by eight points, 3-14 to 0-15. They looked set to repeat last year’s SHC semi-final win over Ratoath.

    Ratoath outscored them by 1-6 to 0-1 thereafter. Kiltale’s sole remaining score came courtesy of Jack Regan (free) with the hour almost up to restore his side’s lead.

    Then came the match-leveller that tied the scores for the fourth time. Sean O’Hanrahan posted the equaliser at the town end.

    A spirited Ratoath showing salvaged something from a fixture in which they never led.

    Padraig O’Hanrahan made a significant contribution to Ratoath’s cause with 1-12, all from placed balls. Some of his frees were outstanding efforts. The highlight of his 15-point tally was a 56th minute brilliantly struck penalty goal – Padraig Byrne appeared to be the player fouled – that tied the scores for the third time, 1-20 to 3-14.

    Kiltale already through the knockout stages as were Ratoath needed a win and other results to go their way to join the champions in the semi-finals. As it was they had at least a quarter-final fixture to prepare for.

    In the first-half Kiltale were backed by a strong blustery wind. The scores were tied twice before the champions gradually moved clear.

    That lead was further enhanced by Cathal McCabe’s 21st minute goal that left it 1-7 to 0-5. McCabe registered 1-4 from play in the opening period.

    Padraig O’Hanrahan landed seven frees into the wind in the first 30 minutes, including one from just inside his own half. Another was converted from close to the left-hand sideline, about 60-metres.

    Kiltale got a stroke of luck in the third minute of added time when a David Donoghue delivery, close to his own 45, wound up in the Ratoath net with their goalkeeper Collie O’Riordan, apparently obstructed by the sun.

    Kiltale finished their stint with the wind leading by 2-11 to 0-11. However, the elements were squally at times. Before the game was out, the players were subjected to sun-showers.

    The best conditions were experienced during an overcast third quarter which improved matters for players and spectators alike.

    By the 39th minute the margin was down to five points, when Gavin McGowan sent over, 2-13 to 0-14. The sides shared points before Reilly goaled after James Kelly put him through.

    Just when it looked as it the holders might ease clear, Ratoath responded positively and were rewarded with a draw.

    Kiltale – Shane McGann; Iarla Hughes, Phillip Garvey, David Donoghue (1-0); Stephen Donoghue, Ronan Ryan, Conor Shirren; Padraig Kelly, Willie Mahady; James Kelly (0-1), Cathal McCabe (1-4), Jack Regan (0-8, 2fs 1 65); Adam Murphy (0-2), Fearghal McCabe, Chris Reilly (1-0).
    Subs – Shane Lenehan for Shirren (47), Jack Bannon for Kelly (48).

    Ratoath – Collie O’Riordan; Paddy Dowd, Brian Murphy, Niall McLarnan; Conor McGill, Daithi McGowan, Ben McGowan; Jack McGowan, Padraig Byrne; Sean O’Hanrahan (0-3), Padraig O’Hanrahan (1-12 fs, 1-0 pen, 0-12 fs), Darragh Kelly (0-2); Niall Murphy, Gavin McGowan (0-3), Cian Rogers (0-1).
    Subs – Cormac Butler for Jack McGowan (bs 42-45), Sean Johnston for N Murphy (53)

    Important match for Minors on Saturday

    Our minor (u17) side have a big match away to Navan O’Mahonys/Wolfe Tones on Saturday in Navan (2pm). A victory could secure a place in the Div 2 county final, but this is somewhat dependent on results elsewhere. A good number of these lads will be moving up to adult ranks next year, so come out and support them and see what the future holds.

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 7th September: Meath MHC division 2 round 4: Boardsmill v Kiltale – venue Boardsmill, throw-in 2pm
    • Saturday 7th September: U13 HL roinn C round 3: Boardsmill v Kiltale – venue Boardsmill, throw-in 2pm
    • Wednesday 11th September: Meath MHC division 2 round 5: Kiltale v Wolfe Tones – venue Kiltale, throw-in 6:30pm
    • Saturday 14th September: U10 HC group 1 round 3: Kiltale v Donaghmore/Ashbourne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 12pm
    • Saturday 14th September: U7/9 HC group 1 round 3: Kiltale v St Patrick’s – venue Kiltale, throw-in 10:30am
    • Saturday 14th September: U11 HC group 1 round 3: Kiltale v St Patrick’s – venue Kiltale, throw-in 12pm
    • Sunday 15th September: U15 HL division 2 round 2: Kiltale v Rathmolyon – venue Kiltale, throw-in 10am

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    Club newsletter: August 29th, 2019

    29.08.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 4, 15, 20, 25
    3 x €20 winners: Peter Brien, Paddy Bannon, Nicholas Brien
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,200

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Getting towards the business end…

    The seniors are already qualified as winners of group A before their last game on Saturday vs Ratoath in Navan (6pm), while the Intermediates are holding on to their very slim hopes as they meet Rathmolyon in the preceding match at the same venue (4.30pm).

    One win from the last two matches for the minors may be enough for them to reach the Div 2 final directly, but they need 3 points from the four available to be sure.

    Our junior side has been eliminated from this year’s Junior 2 championship.

    Here’s the state of play ahead of the final games:

    Sophie’s Choice on the Big Screen

    Throw-in for the football final is 3:30pm – the clubhouse will be hopping for 2pm if you want to come down and see history being made, or hearts being broken!

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Wednesday 28th August: U13 HL roinn C round 2: Kiltale v St Colmcille’s/St Patrick’s – venue Kiltale, throw-in 6:45pm
    • Saturday 31st August: Meath IHC, group B, round 5: Kiltale v Rathmolyon – venue Pairc Tailteann, throw-in 4:30pm
    • Saturday 31st August: Meath SHC, group A, round 5: Kiltale v Ratoath – venue Pairc Tailteann, throw-in 6pm
    • Sunday 1st September: U15 HL division 2 round 1: Loughcrew Gaels/Gaeil Colmcille v Kiltale – venue Grangegodden, throw-in 10am

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    Club newsletter: August 22nd, 2019

    22.08.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 2, 4, 6, 20
    3 x €20 winners: Paddy Kelly snr, Edward Gillic, Pat Gilsenan
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,100

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Minors pull off fantastic comeback in the rain

    MHC Div 2 Championship
    Kiltale 1-14 Rathmolyon 1-11

    Our minors were in action on Wednesday evening in their second game of the Div 2 Championship at home to Rathmolyon in rain-sodden conditions in Kiltale.

    After securing a point from the first match away to Dunderry it was important to get a victory as only the top two in the 6-team division qualify directly for the final.

    Kiltale started slowly and Rathmolyon, aided by the wind and rain, raced to an 8-point half-time lead.

    After some tough talking in the dressing room at half time the lads pulled out a fantastic second half performance, outscoring the visitors by 1-09 to 0-01 in the final 30 minutes – an eleven point turn-around and that with he wind having died down considerably in the second half.

    Inspired by captain Gavan McVann driving the team forward the home side didn’t give Rathmolyon a second on the ball, winning the vast majority of possession which led to the scores and fouls in the teeming rain which led to frees expertly converted by the returning Eoghan Frayne and a well taken goal by Sean Hughes as well as points from Evan Clarke and Donal Matthews.

    Scorers: Eoghan Frayne 0-09 (5 frees), Sean Hughes 1-01, Evan Clarke 0-03, Donal Matthews 0-01

    Next up Na Fianna, Saturday 2pm in Kiltale.

    James Kelly on the local GAA podcast

    If you’re paying into the ‘We Are Meath’ subscriber content you can listen to James Kelly and Na Fianna’s Barry Slevin discussing the latest affairs in the Meath SHC. You can listen along here.

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 24th August: Meath MHC division 2 round 3: Kiltale v Na Fianna – venue Kiltale, throw-in 2pm
    • Saturday 24th August: U13 HL roinn C round 1: Drumree v Kiltale – venue Drumree, throw-in 2pm
    • Wednesday 28th August: U13 HL roinn C round 2: Kiltale v St Colmcille’s/St Patrick’s – venue Kiltale, throw-in 6:45pm

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    Club newsletter: August 7th, 2019

    07.08.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 2, 4, 17, 20
    3 x €20 winners: Eileen & Frank; Cliodhna O’Sullivan; Brian Travers
    Next week’s jackpot: €2,900

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Three games, three wins

    Jack Regan impressed once more as the seniors were dominant from the start in their third round fixture against Dunboyne on Monday last in Navan, hitting a massive 0-16 points including 0-8 from play.

    A special word for full championship debutant Jack Bannon who chipped in with an impressive 2-01. Final score: Kiltale 3-34 Dunboyne 1-11

    The intermediates also had an excellent 6-16 to 0-09 win over local rivals Kilmessan on Thursday, while the juniors ran out one point winners over Wolfe Tones on Wednesday.

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Wednesday 7th August: Minor HC division 2A, round 1: Dunderry v Kiltale – venue Dunderry, throw-in 7:15

    2019 Cúl Camps – just weeks away

    The 2019 Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps will hit Kiltale from Monday 12th to Friday 16th August. That’s next week!

    PLEASE NOTE that there will be no ‘walk-ins’ allowed on the day for Kiltale’s Cúl Camp this year – anyone who wants to go will have to book online ASAP. Admission may have to be closed off if numbers reach a certain amount. So book now – no point leaving it until August!

    All booking for Cúl Camps must be made online at least three days before camp begins.

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    SHC Group A: Kiltale rout Dunboyne

    07.08.2019

    A blistering first-half display set champions Kiltale en route to an emphatic win over Dunboyne in this third round SHC fixture at Pairc Tailteann on Monday evening.

    Kiltale 3-34, Dunboyne 1-11

    Playing into the town goal on an evening laced with heavy showers, David Troy’s men laid the foundations for their third win from three inside the opening eight minutes when registering 1-7 without reply.

    Teams have let big leads slip on other occasions, but Kiltale were relentless here especially in the opening 30 minutes when chalking up 23 scores.

    When the sheltering dressing rooms beckoned it was 2-21 to 0-4. Dunboyne’s weren’t helped by the dismissal on a straight red card of full-back Andy McWeeney in the 12th minute. 

    Jack Regan’s 16-point haul doesnt tell the full story of the county man’s input. His workrate also impacted positively on the outcome. His assist for Stephen Donoghue’s sixth minute point from distance stood out. 

    The first of Daragh Gilmartin’s brace of points put Dunboyne on the scoreboard. Coupled with a Sean McGrath effort they left eight between the sides with 10 minutes gone.

    The champions upped a couple of gears to move 15 points clear by the 20th minute. Six minutes later Jack Bannon capitalised on a Dunboyne defensive mix-up to net and leave the nearby scoreboard reading 2-18 to 0-4. 

    At the break, 23 points was the chasm between the teams. Stephen Moran pulled a point back for Dunboyne within a minute of resumption. 

    It was not surprising that Kiltale’s scoring rate dipped after the break, but they managed to outscore their opponents in black-and-amber by 1-13 to 1-7 in the second period.

    Bannon bagged his second goal in the 42nd minute following Cian Smyth’s save from Fearghal McCabe. That left 29 points between the teams, 3-27 to 0-7.

    Dunboyne doubled their tally in the final quarter. Their 1-4 was matched by a further seven Kiltale points. 

    Conor Gilmartin was Dunboyne’s goalscorer and his side might have notched a second goal in stoppage time when Neil Hackett penalty was brilliantly saved by stand-in Kiltale ‘keeper David Donoghue. 

    At this point Kiltale and Meath goalkeeper Shane McGann had departed with a injury.

    The outcome sees Kiltale maintain their six-in-a-row bid while Dunboyne have a battle at the other end of the table. 

    In the next round Dunboyne face Kildalkey, while Kiltale are up against Killyon.

    Kiltale – Shane McGann; David Donoghue, Phillip Garvey (C), William Mahady; Stephen Donoghue, (0-2), Padraig Kelly (0-2), James Kelly (0-3); ; Stephen Cummins (0-1), Shane Lenehan; Chris Reilly, Cathal McCabe (0-2), Jack Regan (0-16, 8 fs); Jack Bannon (2-1), Fearghal McCabe (1-3),Mark O’Sullivan (0-4).
    Subs – Ross Ryan for O’Sullivan (47), O’Sullivan for McGann (60)

    Dunboyne – Cian Smyth; Ger Murphy, Andy McWeeney, Niall Smyth; Alan Watters, Peter O’Doherty, Fergal O’Neill; Killian Smyth, Micheal O’Grady; Keith Doyle, Stephen Moran (0-2), Neil Hackett (0-4, 2fs); Sean McGrath (0-3), Michael Dunne, Daragh Gilmartin (0-2).
    Subs – Ben O’Dwyer for D Gilmartin (24), N Watters for O’Grady (28), Adam Hynes for Doyle (ht), Conor Gilmartin (1-0) for Dunne (37), Darragh Finlay for Moran (59).

    Referee – Killian Jones (Kilcock)

    Match report via HoganStand.com.

    Club newsletter: July 31st, 2019

    02.08.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 2, 5, 22, 30
    3 x €20 winners: Ann Gilsenan, Noel Gilsenan, Mary Walsh
    Next week’s jackpot: €2,800

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Club membership – still overdue

    Some memberships are still due – they can be paid online by clicking on this link: kiltalehurling.com/membership

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Thursday 1st August: Meath IHC group B, round 3: Kiltale v Kilmessan – venue Drumree, throw-in 7:30
    • Monday 5th August: Meath SHC group A, round 3: St Peter’s Dunboyne v Kiltale – venue Pairc Tailteann, throw-in 7pm
    • Wednesday 7th August: Minor HC division 2A, round 1: Dunderry v Kiltale – venue Dunderry, throw-in 7:15

    2019 Cúl Camps – just weeks away

    The 2019 Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps will hit Kiltale from Monday 12th to Friday 16th August. That’s a couple of weeks ago!

    PLEASE NOTE that there will be no ‘walk-ins’ allowed on the day for Kiltale’s Cúl Camp this year – anyone who wants to go will have to book online ASAP. Admission may have to be closed off if numbers reach a certain amount. So book now – no point leaving it until August!

    All booking for Cúl Camps must be made online at least three days before camp begins.

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    Club newsletter: July 17th, 2019

    19.07.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 4, 16, 24, 26
    3 x €20 winners: Geraldine Ashe, Aiden Kearney, Janet Lenehan
    Next week’s jackpot: €2,500

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Friday 19th July: Minor summer league, group B, round 4: Kiltale v St Peter’s Dunboyne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 7:30
    • Friday 26th July: Minor summer league, group B, round 5: Rathmolyon v Kiltale – venue Rathmolyon, throw-in 7:30

    2019 Cúl Camps – just weeks away

    The 2019 Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps will hit Kiltale from Monday 12th to Friday 16th August.

    PLEASE NOTE that there will be no ‘walk-ins’ allowed on the day for Kiltale’s Cúl Camp this year – anyone who wants to go will have to book online ASAP. Admission may have to be closed off if numbers reach a certain amount. So book now – no point leaving it until August!

    All booking for Cúl Camps must be made online at least three days before camp begins.

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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

    Club newsletter: July 11th, 2019

    11.07.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 9, 13, 25, 26
    3 x €20 winners: Orla O’Sullivan, John Keeley, Frank Smith
    Next week’s jackpot: €2,400

    Please contact any committee member if you wish to purchase prepaid Lotto entry for 10, 20 or 52 weeks. As this is the main income which the club use for the running of the club, we would encourage all members to support.

    Two in a row…

    There was no need for VAR as Shane McGann pulled off a goal-line wondersave in round 2 of the Meath SHC. His heroics proved crucial as Kiltale emerged winners by just three points, 0-20 to 0-17, over a plucky Longwood side. Read the Hogan Stand’s match report here.

    The Intermediates went down to Kilskyre/Moylagh by two points, 1-19 to 3-11, while the Junior 2 team defeated the same opponents by 3-15 to 0-5.

    Fixtures coming soon

    It’s beginning to get busy…

    • Friday 12th July: Minor summer league, group B, round 3: O’Mahonys/Wolfe Tones v Kiltale – venue Paddy O’Brien Park, throw-in 7:30pm
    • Saturday 13th July: U7 hurling group 1 round 7: Kiltale v St Patrick’s – venue Kiltale, throw-in 9:30am
    • Saturday 13th July: U8 hurling group 2 round 8: Kiltale v Na Fianna – venue Kiltale, throw-in 10:00am
    • Saturday 13th July: U9 hurling group 1 round 9: St Patrick’s v Kiltale – venue Stamullen, throw-in 10:30am
    • Saturday 13th July: U10 hurling group 2 round 8: Kiltale v Na Fianna – venue Kiltale, throw-in 11am
    • Saturday 13th July: All-County Hurling League division 1 final: Kildalkey v Kiltale – venue Athboy, throw-in 6pm
    • Monday 15th July: Under 12 summer hurling tournament, roinn B: group 1 round 2: Clann na nGael v Kiltale – venue Athboy, throw-in 6:45pm
    • Monday 15th July: Brendan Davis Cup round 3: St Peter’s Dunboyne v Kiltale – venue Dunboyne, throw-in 7:30pm
    • Friday 19th July: Minor summer league, group B, round 4: Kiltale v St Peter’s Dunboyne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 7:30

    2019 Cúl Camps – just weeks away

    The 2019 Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps will hit Kiltale from Monday 12th to Friday 16th August.

    PLEASE NOTE that there will be no ‘walk-ins’ allowed on the day for Kiltale’s Cúl Camp this year – anyone who wants to go will have to book online ASAP. Admission may have to be closed off if numbers reach a certain amount. So book now – no point leaving it until August!

    All booking for Cúl Camps must be made online at least three days before camp begins.

    Kiltale GAA Club Shop

    Check out the Kiltale section at the O’Neills online club shop to see the latest designs and products. Support your club and look great!

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

    Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.

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