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  • Club newsletter: November 8th, 2019

    08.11.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 8, 9, 22, 29
    3 x €20 winners: Harry Donovan, James Kelly, Gabriel Costello
    Next week’s jackpot: €4,100

    Good luck to the minors

    Best of luck to the footballers of Moynalvey/Boardsmill whose Div 5 MFC final throws in in Dunganny this evening (Friday) at 7:30.

    A chance for some eight of the lads who won a minor hurling medal with Kiltale to double their haul!

    Congrats Jack!

    Jack Regan was awarded Christy Ring Hurler of the year at last Friday’s All Stars. A magnificent achievement.

    Bingo’s back!

    Bingo resumes on Tuesday evenings in the clubhouse from 8:30pm sharp, beginning on Tuesday 5th November. Eyes down and get marking!

    Now in Instagram!

    We’re now on Instagram @kiltalehurlingclub! Get following, huns xo

    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; and Kiltale Hurling Club on Twitter and Instagram ~

    Club newsletter: October 31st, 2019

    31.10.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 5, 10, 11, 28
    3 x €20 winners: Nicola Geraghty, PDS, Fr David Brennan
    Next week’s jackpot: €4,000

    Congrats to the minors

    Congrats to the footballers of Moynalvey/Boardsmill who won their Div 5 MFC play-off in Oldcastle on Tuesday night to secure a place in the final.

    A chance for some eight of the lads who won a minor hurling medal with Kiltale to double their haul!

    Date/time/Opponents TBC.

    Bingo’s back!

    Bingo resumes on Tuesday evenings in the clubhouse from 8:30pm sharp, beginning on Tuesday 5th November. Eyes down and get marking!

    Now in Instagram!

    We’re now on Instagram @kiltalehurlingclub! Get following, huns xo

    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; and Kiltale Hurling Club on Twitter and Instagram ~



    Comedy at the Clubhouse: This Saturday!

    24.10.2019

    An Ogeous Brose starring Seamus O’Rourke

    Big Guerilla Productions present
    An Ogeous Brose
    a new comedy drama by John McManus,
    starring Seamus O’Rourke and Charlie McGuinness.

    Get your tickets online here (please use print at Home option from drop-down menu): 
    https://kiltale.brownpapertickets.com

    Tickets also available from the clubhouse and from Jonathan at 086-0446767.

    You might recognise Seamus from some of his other well-known work – including this recent appearance on the Late Late Show!

    Club newsletter: October 17th, 2019

    18.10.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 3, 9, 17, 25
    3 x €20 winners: Rose Mulligan, Mary Brien, Kelly family
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,800

    SHC replay this Sunday!

    We go again. Kiltale’s ‘six appeal’ comes to a head in the Meath SHC final replay against Kildalkey at 3pm this Sunday, 20th October.

    Admission prices have been lowered for the replay: Adults €10, students/OAPs €5.

    The lads urgently need your support for the big game – Kildalkey will bring the numbers and the noise so we’ll have to too!

    Comedy @ The Clubhouse!

    Big Guerilla Productions present An Ogeous Brose, a new comedy drama by John McManus, starring Seamus O’Rourke and Charlie McGuinness.

    The show takes place on Saturday 26th October at 9pm,

    Tickets €15 available at the clubhouse or call Jonathan on 086-0446767!

    Fixtures this weekend

    • Saturday 19th October: U13 hurling league roinn C, round 7: Longwood v Kiltale – venue Longwood, throw-in 2pm
    • Sunday 20th October: Meath SHC Final Replay: Kiltale v Kildalkey – venue Páirc Tailteann, throw-in 3pm

    Now in Instagram!

    We’re now on Instagram @kiltalehurlingclub! Get following, huns xo

    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; and Kiltale Hurling Club on Twitter and Instagram ~



    Club newsletter: October 10th, 2019

    11.10.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 15, 21, 23, 26
    3 x €20 winners: Maureen Forde, John Byrne, Margaret Connolly
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,700

    Meath SHC replay confirmed

    Kiltale and Kildalkey’s replay in the Meath SHC final has been confirmed for 3pm on Sunday 20th October.

    Admission prices have been lowered for the replay: Adults €10, students/OAPs €5. Be sure to come along and bring the noise!

    Now in Instagram!

    We’re now on Instagram @kiltalehurlingclub! Get following, huns xo

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 12th October: U7-U9 hurling group 1, round 5: Kiltale v Dunderry – venue Kiltale, throw-in 10:30am
    • Saturday 12th October: U10 hurling group 1, round 5: St Peter’s Dunboyne v Kiltale – venue Dunboyne, throw-in 11am
    • Saturday 12th October: U11 hurling group 1, round 5: Kiltale v Dunderry – venue Kiltale, throw-in 12pm
    • Sunday 13th October: U15 HL division 2, round 4: St Peter’s Dunboyne v Kiltale – venue Dunboyne, throw-in 11am
    • Saturday 19th October: U13 hurling league roinn C, round 7: Longwood v Kiltale – venue Longwood, throw-in 2pm
    • Sunday 20th October: Meath SHC Final Replay: Kiltale v Kildalkey – venue Páirc Tailteann, throw-in 3pm

    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; and Kiltale Hurling Club on Twitter and Instagram ~

    Minors triumphant in Div 2 final

    09.10.2019

    Our minors showed on Saturday that the future is bright with a deserved seven point win over St Peter’s Dunboyne.

    Minor Hurling Div 2 Final:
    Kiltale 4-09
    St Peters Dunboyne 2-08

    In difficult conditions Kiltale and Dunboyne played out an exciting final on Saturday in Pairc Tailteann. There was never going to be much between the two sides that swept through the division unbeaten and so it proved for much of the match before a late Vinny Walsh goal settled things in second half injury time.

    The wet surface made it hard for the players to maintain clean possession in the early part of the encounter but as both sides got used to conditions the hurling standard improved markedly.

    Dunboyne settled slightly better and led early with a point from Simon Cunningham, with Kiltale ruing a number of wides as the full forward line of Adam McDonnell, 

    Donal Matthews and Eoin McCabe tried to get to grips with the wide open spaces of the county grounds. However the nerves were soon settled when McCabe slotted home a goal from close quarters after 10 minutes after some good work from centre forward Sean Hughes. Soon there was another goal when Matthews knocked the sliotar down to McDonnell who struck cleanly to the net, the inside line were now firing on all cylinders.

    With Eoghan Frayne now dominating the midfield, Kiltale took control, Evan Clarke was running at speed at the Dunboyne defence and Gavin McVann was controlling the half back area. One of the youngest players on the pitch Charlie McCormack gave a flawless first half performance at corner back and he was aided well by Sean McKenna and Jeff Wall.

    Further points from McDonnell and Frayne came before Matthews struck a third goal and the side in maroon led 3-03 to 0-05 at half time. Brian Donnelly (free), Joe Humphreys and Cunningham were keeping the scoreboard ticking over for Dunboyne.

    With Darragh McVann, Luke Moran and Michael Brady dominating with pure hard work around the middle, Kiltale started the second half strongly with points from Frayne, McDonnell and substitute Conor Quinn but Dunboyne weren’t giving up easily and netted through a Liam Callanan goal after 45 minutes, this was just after a Cunningham free. With nine minutes left Dunboyne were awarded a penalty when Kiltale full back Aidan Fraher was adjudged to have taken down one of the Dunboyne forwards and Brian Donnelly struck home despite a brave effort by goalkeeper Liam Boyle to keep it out. The next two scores went to Dunboyne and suddenly there were just three between the teams and it was game on.

    Kiltale needed someone to step up to the mark and cometh the hour cometh the man as Frayne slotted ove the point of the match from under the stand after a looping run. 

    Graig Gilsenan replaced the McCormack at the back for Kiltale and with Dunboyne now chasing the game, Kiltale broke and a smart touch from Quinn set up Walsh to put a seven point cushion between the teams.

    Kiltale:
    Liam Boyle; Sean McKenna, Aidan Fraher, Charlie McCormack; Jeff Wall, Gavin McVann, Luke Moran; Michael Brady, Eoghan Frayne (0-04); Evan Clarke, Sean Hughes, Darragh McVann; Adam McDonnell (1-04 1f), Donal Matthews(1-00), Eoin McCabe(1-00). Subs: Conor Quinn (0-01) for Eoin McCabe, Vinny Walsh (1-00) for Michael Brady, Craig Gilsenan for Charlie McCormack, Seamus Anderson for Darragh McVann. Sean Deegan, Liam O’Reilly, Mark Flaherty, Sean Lynch, Tom Ryan.

    St Peter’s Dunboyne:
    Jack O’Gorman; Brian Kennedy, Joe Humphreys (0-01), Cathal Melia; Brain Donnelly (1-02 1 pen 2f), Peter Connolly, Aidan Flynn; Eoghan McCormack, Joseph Egan; Daire Rohan, Liam Callanan (1-00), Simon Cunningham (0-04 2f); Keelan O’Connell (0-01), Martin Campbell, Luke Jennings.

    Meath SHC final: Dramatic conclusion as Kildalkey earn a replay with 14 man Kiltale

    06.10.2019

    Kildalkey’s Nicky Potterton with Iarla Hughes Kiltale during the Meath SHC final at Pairc Tailteann. Photo: Hogan Stand

    Kiltale and Kildalkey will have to do it all over again after this entertaining Meath senior hurling championship final draw played in ideal conditions at Páirc Tailteann.

    Kiltale 1-13 Kildalkey 1-13

    Kildalkey will be wondering tonight just how they left this won behind them. A Noel Kirby goal after 25 minutes of the second half had The Village four points to the good and a first Jubilee Cup title since 2011 looked on the cards.

    Kiltale were dealt a major blow in the early minutes of the second half when influential forward Mark O’Sullivan was sent off.

    Jack Regan, who by his own standards had a quiet afternoon, came to the rescue for the six in a row chasing Kiltale with a goal and a point  to tie up the game and the county star raised another white flag to give the holders the lead with two minutes of injury time remaining.

    With time up referee Richie Morris awarded Kildalkey a free and Paddy Conneely pointed to earn his side a replay.

    The game only came to life with Kirby’s goal and Kildalkey went in at the break 0-8 to 0-6 in front after playing with the breeze.

    Before the game there was a minutes silence observed for the late Fintan Ginnity, former Chairman of the Meath County Board, who passed away last Thursday.

    Kiltale: Shane McGann, Iarla Hughes, Philip Garvey, David Donoghue, Stephen Donoghue, Ronan Ryan, James Kelly, Willie Mahady, Padraig Kelly, Adam Murphy 0-2, Cathal McCabe, Jack Regan 1-6, Ross Ryan 0-1, Fearghal McCabe 0-1, Mark O’Sullivan 0-2.
    Subs: Shane Lenehan, Peter Durnin 0-1, Chris Reilly. 

    Kildalkey: Mark McCormack, David Conneely, Gary Kelly, Brendan McKeon, James McNally 0-1, David Harmon, Mairtin Doran, Patrick Potterton 0-1, Padraig Geoghegan, Mark Healy, Kevin McKeon 0-1, Sean Heavey 0-1, Nicky Potterton 0-1, Paddy Conneely 0-6, Luke Rickard 0-1.
    Subs: Noel Kirby 1-1, Niall McNally.

    Referee Richie Morris

    Match report via HoganStand.com.

    Club newsletter: October 1st, 2019

    03.10.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 1, 14, 25, 26
    3 x €20 winners: Catherine Kane, Brian Gilsenan, Padraig Kelly Sr
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,700

    Seniors chase a monumental 6-in-a-row

    Preparations continue on and off the pitch as our senior side chase an amazing 6-in-a-row titles to equal the Kilmessan (Drumree) team of the 1940s. Come out to support the lads in their quest against Kildalkey – throw-in in Navan is at 3.30pm.

    Minor final on Saturday

    Our minors kick off the weekend on Saturday, also in Pairc Tailteann at 2pm when they take on St. Peter’s Dunboyne.

    We’d love to see massive support for the future of the club so come along to cheer the lads on their own big day!

    Camogie girls bow out

    A brave second half performance wasn’t enough for Kiltale as they bowed out of the Leinster Junior Championship in Newtown in Kildare on Sunday last vs Cappagh – Cappagh 4-14 Kiltale 1-18.

    Cappagh led by 10 points at half time. Second half came and Kiltale kicked off bringing the gap to a one point lead for Cappagh with about 10 minutes left on the clock. Things did not work out and 5 gap lead meant Cappagh came out on top. Hard Luck girls.

    Big Breakfast a Big Success!

    Thanks to everyone who turned out on Sunday last, a massive crowd enjoyed a breakfast skillfully served by our senior players.

    Fixtures coming soon

    • Saturday 5th October: U13 Hurling league, roinn C round 6: Kiltale v Donaghmore-Ashbourne – venue Kiltale, throw-in 12pm
    • Saturday 5th October: Meath MHC division 2 final: Kiltale v St Peter’s Dunboyne – venue Páirc Tailteann, throw-in 2pm
    • Sunday 6th October: Meath SHC final: Kiltale v Kildalkey – venue Páirc Tailteann, throw-in 3:30pm

    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 24th, 2019

    26.09.2019

    Lotto: Not won
    Numbers drawn: 2, 6, 16, 17
    3 x €20 winners: Catherine Kane, Brian Gilsenan, Padraig Kelly Sr
    Next week’s jackpot: €3,600

    Girls bring silverware to the parish with stunning win!

    It was tight and exciting, but the skill and passion of the Kiltale Camogie Intermediate team shone through in the end in a pulsating encounter in Trim last Saturday.

    Kiltale 2-6 Kildalkey 2-4

    Kiltale got the better of Kildalkey in this eagerly contested Meath Intermediate Camogie Championship final played at Lomans Park Trim. 

    The winners got the better start and raced into a three point lead thanks to scores from Cheyene O’Brien, Aideen Smith and a free from Ciara Donoghue.

    Kildalkey opened their account with a point before Paddy Kelly’s charges got in for two goals through Sarah Kelly and Jenny Rispin. The eventual winners 

    thought they had a third green flag raised but Cheyenne O’Brien effort was disallowed.

    Kildalkey gave themselves some hope before the break when Rachelle Potterton goaled to leave the half time score 2-4 to 1-1 in Kiltale’s favour.

    The team in Blue and White pressed hard in the second half and were rewarded with 1-3 to narrow the gap but two great long range points from Sarah Kelly and Cheyenne O’Brien steadied Kiltale and they held on to record a great victory. 

    Best for the winners were Emma Mc Loughlin, Cheyenne O’Brien and Fiona Madden in defence. Louise Donoghue was voted Player of the Match at midfield and was greatly assisted by Aindrea Pearle who got through a great lot of work. Up front Sarah Kelly, Rachel Gareth and Jenny Rispin were a constant threat to the Kildalkey rearguard.

    After the game Meath Camogie Chairman Michael Butler presented the Jim McDermott Memorial Cup to Kiltale captain Cheyenne O’Brien.

    Kiltale: Shirley Dixon; Taylor Little, Fiona Madden, Lea Gilsenan; Emma McLoughlin, Cheyenne O’Brien 0-2, Ella Jackson; Andrea Pearle, Louise Donoghue; Sarah Kelly 1-1, Fia O’Brien 0-1, Aideen Smith 0-1; Jenny Rispin 1-0, Ciara Donoghue 0-1, Rachel Garreth.

    Subs: Loise Byrne, Clidhna O’Sullivan, Donna Ratty, Meabh Ahearn, Liz Lawless, Rachel Moran, Alana Madden, Mary Kate Kiernan, Natasha Ashe, Emily Gilsenan, Aoife Mulligan, Dara McCormack, Jessica Moriarty, Mairead McCabe, Sinead Dixon, Grace O’Connor, Afra Schilder.

    The Big Breakfast is Back!

    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! ~



    SHC semi-final: Champions win in thriller in the rain

    23.09.2019
    Kiltale’s Philly Garvey with Neil Heffernan Trim during the Meath SHC semi final at Pairc Tailteann

    Kiltale’s quest for six is still on course following this thrilling win over Trim in the semi-final at rain-soaked Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.

    Kiltale …… 3-16
    Trim …….. 3-14

    A game that will be remembered for its dramatic second quarter and how the champions responded. Later as Trim pressed to maintain their Jubilee Cup bid, Kiltale were resolute in defence after a shaky first-half. 

    Kiltale led by 3-9 to 3-6 at the break after a first-half played in damp conditions that led to errors on both sides. 

    The champions responded well when pressurised and a strong rearguard action with full-back Phillip Garvey impressing along with sub Brian Reilly they leaked no further goals. The latter did well after the break to curb Trim’s top scorer Brian Dowling. 

    Following a first-half that yielded 21 scores including six goals, the second-half produced 15 scores, all points. Despite the drop in scoring rate, the contest developed. 

    Kiltale moved seven clear on two occasions in the third quarter. However, Trim did not fold as they did in last year’s final. They managed to keep the champions scoreless from the 45th minute.

    As they did in the quarter-final win over Ratoath, Trim finished strongly posting four unanswered points in the last quarter when a downpour soundtracked the contest. 

    Just four points separated the teams in the 56th minute when James Toher was narrowly wide with a free from midfield. That was to prove crucial as six minutes of stoppage time unfolded. 

    Neil Cole’s men might have forced extra time if that aforementioned free had gone over. Overall, Kiltale appeared the fitter team and were able to hold their strong young  challengers at bay.

    Impressive indivual scoring performances were headed by Trim’s Brian Dowling who scored 1-10, that included six frees. For Kiltale, Mark O’Sullivan led the way wth 2-3 from play. Jack Regan pitched in with eight points (six frees). 

    The opening 13 minutes gave no indication of what was to unfold in the second quarter. The champions opened with intent to finish the contest early. With James Reilly driving them forward from wing-back Kiltale led by 1-5 to 0-1 before the opening quarter passed. 

    Ross Ryan might have had a second goal for Kiltale in the early stage but the Jubilee Cup holders looked good. 

    Like a bolt from the blue, Trim were revived by Alan Douglas’ 14th minute goal with assistance from Neil Heffernan. Kiltale still led by double scores, but that four-point deficit was eradicated four minutes later. 

    A long James Toher delivery was played by Brian Dowling to Heffernan who netted to tie the scores for the first time, 2-2 to 1-5, with 18 minutes gone. 

    It set the tone for the remainder of the half. Points from Regan (free) and Mark O’Sullivan moved Kiltale two clear. Trim responded with their third goal, in the 22nd minute when Dowling netted with help from Ian Bermingham. 

    That left Trim ahead for the first time, 3-2 to 1-7. Regan (free) and Alan Douglas swapped scores. Kiltale outscored Trim by 2-2 to 0-4 over the remainder of the half. The town side were chasing the game thereafter. 

    The crucial scores in that sequence arrived around the 26th minute with Mark O’Sullivan netting for Kiltale before assisting Fearghal McCabe for his three-pointer. Those scores proved crucial to the outcome. 

    Kiltale – Shane McGann; Iarla Hughes, Phillip Garvey, David Donoghue; Stephen Donoghue, Ronan Ryan, James Kelly; William Mahady, Padraig Kelly (C); Mark O’Sullivan (2-3 ,Cathal McCabe (0-1), Jack Regan (0-8, 6 fs); Adam Murphy, Fearghal McCabe (1-1), Ross Ryan (0-1). Subs – Brian Reilly for D Donoghue (ht), Peter Durnin (0-2) for Murphy (ht), Conor Shirren for Garvey (bs 41-46), Chris Reilly for McCabe (53).

    Trim – Charlie Ennis; Mikey Cullen, Gerard Dwane, Ryan Andrews; Sean Magee, James Toher (0-1 f2, David Murtagh; Diarmuid Higgins, Dylan Farrell; Conor Quigley (0-1), Damian Magee, Ian Bermingham; Brian Dowling (1-10, 6fs), Alan Douglas (1-1), Neil Heffernan (1-0). Subs – Ciaran Joyce for D Magee (17), Ciaran O’Rourke for Murtagh (28), Luke Moran for R Andrews (49), Mikey Cole for Bermingham (54)

    Referee – Killian Jones (Kilcock)

    Match report via HoganStand.com.