This year’s AGM will be online (Zoom) at 8pm Fri 19th March. If you would like a link to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more...
Ok everyone, here’s this week’s Get Fit in Feb video for families
And for the over 55s – of course you don’t have to be over 55 to get exercising!Read more...
Here’s the schedule for first week of the Get Fit in Feb programme!
If you’d like a larger printable version to stick to your fridge send us an email on email@example.com and we’ll get it out to you.
Alternatively if you have a Google account you can download from Google Docs by clicking/tapping the link below.
Remember to look out for the weekly videos also, starting from tomorrow. We’ll post here and on our YouTube channel.Read more...
The membership link is to the right! ——–>>>>>>
Note also the dogs are not permitted on our, or any, GAA premises.Read more...
We’re delighted to launch our DOUBLE Christmas Draw 2020.
For €10 you’ll be entered into the GAA National Draw – first prize Renault Clio Dymanique.
You’ll also be in our Club Draw – prizes as follows:
1. Club Membership up to a value of €180
2. One years entry into Club Lotto – value €100
3. €100 Voucher for Centra Kilmessan
4. One All Gift Card – value €100
5. Three Bottle Jameson Reserve Whiskey Presentaion Pack
6. €50 Voucher for Ollie’s Village Butcher Kilmessan
7. Social Club Membershiop – value €50
8. Christmas Hamper
9. Christmas Hamper
10. Two Boxes Keogh’s Crisps
For tickets ring Stephen on 086-830 3097 or Paddy 086-828 2458
It has been difficult to raise funds in these tough times, as you’ve seen we’re constantly improving the club for our members so please support this important draw for the club.
TICKETS MUST BE RETURNED BY FRI 20th DECEMBER – DRAW WILL TAKE PLACE 21st DECEMBERRead more...
Despite no games currently being played, the work at improving our club continues:
Pitch two upgrade pics – work started this week and we’ve been lucky with the weather in the past couple of days.
Long drains length of the pitch every 8m or so filled with small stone/gravel, smaller cross slits will be added later to create a perfect surface by Springtime!Read more...
It’s with sadness we report the passing of Paddy Kelly senior, the Grand Old Man of Meath Hurling.
Paddy was 94 years of age and created a family hurling legacy that would be hard to surpass in GAA circles.
He was the last surviving member of the Meath hurling team which gaine All Ireland junior honours in 1948, at a time when this grade was much more competitive than that on offer at the moment.
Paddy was the very heart and soul of his community and club and his hard work over the decades had a huge bearing on the successful unit that Kiltale H.C, now is. He also played football for Moynalvey.
Paddy represented Meath hurlers from 1948 until 1964 and was one of the key players as the combination side St Patricks gained Meath senior hurling championships during 1953 and 54. Later he won a junior medal with his native Kiltale in 1972 and followed this up with an intermediate trophy two years on.
It is no co incidence that when Kiltale reached the Holy Grail and brought home Meath senior chamionships in 1982 and 83 that Paddy was on the line acting as an active and astute selector.
He also fulfilled that same selectors role when Dessie Ferguson managed the Meath senior hurlers.There is no surprise to add that the Kiltale man was the recipient of the Meath Hall of Fame award.
So well known, Mr Hurling, Paddy departs our shores with that wonder GAA legacy amongst a list of wonderful memories.
His son Paddy hurled for Meath for over a decade, was good enough for Leinster Railway Cup activity, managed a number of county teams and has served Meath County Board in a number of capacities. At present he is County Board Vice Chairman.
The Kelly family legacy continues on the playing fields as both Paddy’s grandsons James & Padraig are accomplished hurlers with Kiltale & Meath and footballers with Moynalvey, while sister Sarah also lines out with Moynalvey Ladies & Kiltale camogie.Read more...
MHC Div 2 FinalKiltale Boardsmill 1.08Clann na nGael 2.14
It wasn’t to be Kiltale’s day as just a couple of hours after the Junior Camogie side lost their final, the minor side which combined with Boardsmill this year couldn’t take advantage of a good first half display and eventually went down to an excellent Clann na nGael side by 9 points.Points from Eoghan Frayne (3, 2f), Conor Quinn (2, 1f) and Sean Lynch (1) matched the opposition’s six at the half time whistle, five of which were scored by Joe Ennis (3f) – the corner forward was to go on to dominate the scoring ending up with a very impressive 1.13 (9f) of his side’s total.
The team in green had a blistering start to the second half and by the seventh minute of the second period were ahead by six points thanks to goal and three points from Ennis. Kiltale Boardsmill’s scores dried up and a pointed free from Quinn was all they had to show in regular time of the second half.
The side in maroon were guilty of conceding too many scorable frees and the CnG no. 13 punished them with four more pointed frees and one from play.By the time we reached the 30th minute it was 1.13 to 0.07 and Kiltale Boardsmill went for broke, positioning Frayne in the full forward position – the Meath minor county football captain did get 1.01 from that position but it was too late as Cillian Heaney found the net late for the Athboy side late on to seal victory and ensure he was the one to lift the PJ Stenson trophy for 2020.
Kiltale Boardsmill:Liam Boyle; Tadgh Cotter, Sean McKenna, Charlie McCormack; Mark Flaherty, Craig Gilsenan, Senan Maher; Darragh McVann, Michael Brady; Conor Quinn (0.03), Eoghan Frayne (1.04), Sean Lynch (0.01); Vinny Walsh, Noah Lacey O’Dea, Liam Deegan. Subs: Tom Ryan, Luke Gallagher (for Deegan HT), Ryan Daly, Cathal Deitrichs.Read more...