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  • Archive for the ‘Juvenile’ Category

    2015 Juvenile Planner to June 30

    2015 - 01.31

    See attached file, as approved at Juvenile meeting in Navan on Monday last


    Big win for under 14 hurlers ensures semi spot

    2014 - 06.02

    Kiltale u14 hurlers secured a semi-final spot tonight with an emphatic 12-10 to 1-05 victory over Dunderry in their u14B League clash in Kiltale this evening.
    Best for Kiltale were Jack Bannon, Caragh O’Brien and Ross Jackson.

    Upcoming Juvenile Hurling Fixtures

    2014 - 05.15

    16-05-2014 (Fri)
    U16 Hurling League ‘A’
    Round 2
    Kildalkey 19:00 Kildalkey V Kiltale

    19-05-2014 (Mon)
    U14 Hurling League ‘B’
    Round 2
    Drumree 19:00 Drumree V Kiltale

    Upcoming Juvenile fixtures

    2014 - 05.11

    u14 15/05/14
    7 00 PM Kiltale V Ratoath

    u16 16/05/14
    7 00 PM Kildalkey V Kiltale

    7 00 PM Drumree V Kiltale

    Juvenile forwards – Always be on your toes for the rebound!

    2014 - 04.18

    Our ‘new coach’ Walter Walsh shows how in the 2012 All-Ireland final….

    Upcoming Juvenile Fixtures

    2014 - 04.18

    Under 14 

    7 00 PM Drumree V Kiltale
    7 00 PM Kiltale V Dunderry

    Under 12

    28/04/14 Semi-Final ‘A’ Division
    7 00 PM Trim V Kiltale

    Under 12s continue their campaign vs Trim on Sunday

    2014 - 03.28

    Kiltale under 12s play Trim at home in their fourth game of the 12A league on Sunday March 30th at 12pm.

    A good performance in the first game of the season unfortunately resulted in a three point loss to a strong Ratoath side, however the lads bounced back with a two-point win over Na Fianna a week later. A draw against Kildalkey followed last week to leave Kiltale mid-table with three games to go in the group and a real chance of qualfiying for the semi-finals.

    Kiltale vs. Trim 12pm, Meath Under 12A Hurling League – Kiltale Sunday 30th March.

    All support welcome on the day!



    MHC: Win over Kildalkey gives Kiltale minors the double

    2012 - 12.04

    Meath MHC final:
    Kiltale 2-10, Kildalkey 1-6

    Kiltale added the minor hurling championship title to the league crown won earlier in the year. To complete a remarkable year for the club Kiltale can add this title to their senior and junior hurling championships.

    Kiltale lined out without Cillian O’ Sullivan (in Australia) and the injured Eamon Walsh, Mark Foy and Daragh Brannigan. PJ Walsh’s charges were full value for their win and were in control of the game from start to finish. The winners started the game with five lads of 15 years of age Ronan Ryan in goals and two corner backs Iarla Hughes and Jack Quinn and two forwards Ross Ryan and Cathal Brien.

    With Sean McNally and Eamon Ryan dominating midfield and Conor Shiren turning in a man of the match performance Kiltale led at the break 2-4 to 0-4. The winners started brightly with senior hurler Jack Regan putting over two early frees. Kildalkey tied up the match after 15 minutes with points from Conor Kewarney and Mark Healy. Kiltale’s dominance was rewarded with a great goal after a great move finished to the net by 15 year old Ross Ryan and quickly followed by a great point from Michael Burke after a great pass by Rory Hennessy. Before the break Ferghal Mc Cabe released Kevin Ryan with a great pass and he split the defence only to be taken down and Jack Regan hammered the resulting free to the Kildalkey net. Healy Kildalkey in the game with a point as Kiltale went in at the break seven points to the good.

    Jack Regan opened the scoring in the second half with a 60metre free and this was quickly followed up by a great point from Conor Shiren after great work by Sean Mc Nally. Kildalkey enjoyed their best period in the game and tagged on a brace of points from Conor Kearney but Kiltale replied with points from Ferghal Mc Cabe and young Ross Ryan to give them a comfortable 2-9 to 0-6 lead after 25 minutes. Kildalkey’s best player Conor Kearney netted a penalty but time ran out for ‘The Village’ and Kiltale eased to victory. Jack Regan pointed a massive long range free to finish out the game.

    Iarla Hughes gave an outstanding display at corner back and along with Jack Regan on the full back line and the solid half back line of David Schilders Chris Reilly and Shirren scores were very hard to come by for a gallant Kildalkey team. Forwards Kevin Ryan along with Ferghal Mc Cabe and Rory Hennessy were a constant threat to a very staunch Kildalkey defence. Best for Kildalkey were Adan Shelly in goals, Luke Rickard at full back, team captain David Conneely, Conor Kearney and Mark Healy.

    Eamon Ryan played a captains role for his team and he gladly received the Donnelly cup to complete Kiltales fourth minor hurling title since 2005.

    Kiltale: Ronan Ryan, Iarla Hughes, Jack Regan (1-6), Jack Quinn, Sean McNally, Chris Reilly, David Schilders, Eamonn Ryan, Fergal McCabe (0-1), Kevin Ryan, Rory Hennessy, Cathal Brien, Ross Ryan (1-0), Michael Burke (0-1), Conor Shiren (0-1). Subs: Sean Ryan and Chris O’Malley

    Kildalkey: Adam Shelly, Sean Kirke, Luke Rickard, Tiarnan Bird, Martin O’Leary, David Conneely, Martin Healy, Conor Kearney (1-3), Kevin McKeown, Shane Moore, Mark Healy (0-3), Mark Chesser, John Murray, Ben Rickard, Patrick Potterton.

    Referee: Richard Morris

    U15 Leinster League: Kiltale take Division 2 crown

    2012 - 12.04

    Kiltale’s Ross Ryan

    Leinster U-15 Hurling League: Division 2 final
    Kiltale 5-11, Maynooth 4-5

    Kiltale won Division 2 of the Leinster U15 Hurling league last Friday night in Hawkfield in Newbridge defeating Maynooth in the final.

    Kiltale beat Carlow team Ballykillen and Kildares Confey/Leixlip combination and Coill Dubh on the way to the final.

    This competition was played in three different venues Tinyryland in Carlow,Dunganny in Meath and Hawkfield in Kildare on Friday nights.

    Kiltale were backboned by five of there minor winning team Iarla Hughes, Ronan and Ross Ryan, Jack Quinn and Cathal Brien.

    Kiltale had to fight hard to win this game but with Iarla Hughes and Jack Farrell dominating around midfield and Cathal Brien and Jack Quinn outstanding on the full back line Kiltale were always in control in this game.

    Ross Ryan in the full forward line scored an amazing three goals and five points and was a constant threat to the Maynooth defence and his twin brother Ronan was outstanding at centre back.

    Sean Duggan scored 1-1 and Kyle Benson scored the fifth goal for Kiltale.

    Further points for Kiltale from Iarla Hughes and Brian O ‘Reilly and Cathal Ryan gave Kiltale a cushion going into the final quarter when Maynooth piled on the pressure and Liam Gilsenan in goals brought off some fine saves.

    Kiltale had other great performances from Jack Cummins at midfield and Lee Corcoran and Conor Mc Nally up front and Andrew Jackson the team captain showed great leadership at centre forward.

    After the game Andrew Jackson accepted the trophy along with Leinster gear bags from Syl Merrins and Lester Ryan of Leinster Council.

    Kiltale: Liam Gilsenan, Cathal Brien, Jack Quinn, Brian O’Reilly 0-1, Cathal Ryan 0-1, Ronan Ryan, Conor McNally, Jack Cummins, Iarla Hughes 0-3, Jack Farrell, Andrew Jackson, Lee Corcoran, Sean Duggan 1-1, Ross Ryan 3-5, Kyle Benson 1-0. Subs – Graham Loughran for Duggan (injured).

    Match report from HoganStand.com.

    Kiltale under-14 hurlers in scoring form

    2011 - 09.09

    Kiltale captain Iarla Hughes raises the Ted Murtagh Cup at St Loman's Park, Trim, after his side's victory over Dunboyne.

    Meath GAA Under-14 Hurling Championship: Final
    Kiltale 3-15, Dunboyne 5-4

    This game was played at great pace and passion and on a lovely calm evening for a change weather wise. With great support from both clubs the two teams entertained all with great skill.

    Kiltale scores were Ross Ryan 1-4, Hughie O’Sullivan 1-4, Iarla Hughes 0-4, Cathal Ryan 1-1 and Sean Healy 0-2. With the Ryan twins Ross and Ronan in flying form one at each end of the field it helped bring the team together. The Kiltale defence on their toes and keeping Dunboyne at bay the backs were tight and left Dunboyne fighting for every score. The Dunboyne Centre forward was strong and put Kiltale under pressure at the end of the 1st half. Taking to the field in the second half it was Kiltale that dominated with Cathal Brien, Brian Reilly in the defence, Iarla Hughes, Eoin Crowe in the centre and up front Ross Ryan, Cathal Ryan and Hughie O’Sullivan. It was a great team performance by Kiltale. After the game captain Iarla Hughes received the Ted Murtagh Cup, which completed a 3-in-a-row for Kiltale.

    Kiltale team: Andrew Jackson; Hugh Smith, Cathal Brien, Jack Quinn; Robbie McGuiness, Ronan Ryan, Brian Reilly; Iarla Hughes, Eoin Crowe; Jack Farrell, Sean Healy, Cathal Ryan: Kyle Benson, Ross Ryan, Hughie O’Sullivan. Subs: Connor McNally, Adam Murphy, Padraic Keane, Liam Gilsenan, Jack Cummins.

    Match report reproduced from HoganStand.com.