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
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We appreciate your support and value the custom you all give.
Contact Carmel Bennett – 086 3770763.