Club newsletter: October 24th, 2018

October 24, 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.


  • 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 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:

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.

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