Congratulations to the Wexford 60 by 30 Under 12/13 and 16/17 teams who both won their Leinster Finals, held at Na Fianna, Dublin last weekend.
The Under 12/13 team, who had a tough win over Kilkenny in the semi-final, had Meath as their opponents in the final. Two Bridgetown players were on the team, Kevin Shannon and Stevie Lawlor, along with Seamus Sinnott from St Martins and three from Castlebridge.
Kevin and his Castlebridge partner got Wexford off to a flier winning their games easily. The next pair in also won leaving Stevie and Seamus comfortably ahead in the final game.
Bridgetown had Brian Busher on the U16/17 team and he played his part in another comfortable win, this time against Dublin. Both teams now advance to the All Ireland semi-finals.
Our mens team reached the final of the County Special Junior B Competition recently, only to go down to Ballymitty's A team in the Final. Micheal Busher had a ding dong battle in the opening game only to lose out by a few aces.
Eamon Codd and PJ Martin shared the spoils in the doubles which left Padraig Rowe with an uphill task in the final singles game. He gave it everything going down by the narrowest of margins 21-20, leaving Ballymitty as winners. It is great to see the adult members progressing to finals and it augurs well for the years ahead.
The U-10s kicked off their season with a well earned 1-0 over Bridge Rovers. Diarmuid Cooney was the goal scoring hero in a game where every one tried hard.
The luck was not with the under 14s who deserved something from their game away to shelbourne. Jake Furlong scored in the 2-1 defeat. The youths scored 3 for the second week running but yet again lost out as Park Hotspur hit 7.
The men kept up their unbeaten start to the season beating stoney 3-1 goals from Aaron Goff Mark Doyle and paul Murphy on his first competitive start ensured victory in a game where goalie Jimmy Benson made some smart saves.
For second week running the reserves scored 3 in their 3-3 draw with Rosslare port. Finally best of luck to all our young members and their team mates in the girls u-12 co. football final this saturday.
UNDER 12 FOOTBALL
Well done to the Kilmore U12 Girls who beat the Martins in the County Semi Finals last Wednesday. Scoring 1-11 to 2 points, the girls were well supported in Kilmore.
Scorers on the day were Sophie Tierney(5points), Lauren Cousins (1goal, 1point), Emma Cousins, Shauna Power, Cora Miller, Kathy O'Connor and Rebecca Furlong all scoring 1 point each.
The County Finals are next Saturday September 18th in Crossabeg at 4:30pm. Good Luck to the girls and their Mentors. These girls have won all games during the year so they are hot favourites to win the title.
Please come out and support the girls and bring the county title to Kilmore.
CAR BOOT SALE
As part of the All Blacks Field Day on 25th September, there will also be a Car Boot sale. So for anyone looking to declutter the attic or garage, fill up your car boot and bring it along to the All Blacks' pitch in Big Barn, Mayglass on the day. For details of the Car Boot Sale, contact Frank at 086 2305050.
There is a Stena Line Crew Reunion on the 24th of September in thr Railway Social Club in Rosslare Harbour at 8pm, for tickets contact Brendan O'Gorman on 087 9604736.
Well done to Kilmore AC who ran a very well attended 10k road race and well done to all the locals who ran and walked last Saturday evening.
A reminder to all contributors to the Kilmore Parish Journal that the absolute deadline for material for the forthcoming edition is 30th September.
Consequently all articles and reports from organisations together with appropriate photos should reach us not later than 30th. We would however request that material be forwarded sooner than this deadline if at all possible. Your urgent attention to this deadline would be greatly appreciated.
The new Scouting year will resume shortly. Due to the work on Tomhaggard Social Centre, which is almost complete, our return date has been delayed. We hope to be in a position to let you know Registration Date, venue, and temporary meeting place within the next two weeks.
For anyone interested in joining Scouts there are four age groups - Beavers 6-9, Cubs 9-11, Scouts 11-15 Venturers 15-18, open to boys and girls. We are also looking for new Leaders to help out.
There is a new Scouting programme being introduced during 2010-11 which will give the youth members a greater say in the activities they undertake, new skills they learn, and awards they can achieve. For more details contact Breda Hayes 0876858480
The All Blacks Lotto was not won on Monday September 6th in Hotel Rosslare. Numbers were 5,7,12,23. There were 3 match 3 winners, Sadie Fenlon, Sean O'Brien and B Carley. The Jackpot was €13,600.
The Community Lotto was not won on Tuesday September 7th in the GAA clubrooms. Numbers were 1,10,19, and 20. There were 4 match 3 winners, Patricia Burke, Peter O'Byrne, Pauline Gunning and Nuala Ryan. The Jackpot was €11,800.
Kilmore United's Lotto was not won on Monday September 6th in Quigleys lounge. Numbers were 1,23,27,and 28. There was one match 3 winner, Debbie Cousins, The Jackpot was €4,350.
Last weekend saw Double celebrations for Lucy Radford Rackardstown, Kilmore. Firstly Lucy and Sean celebrated their 40th Wedding anniversary and secondly Lucy celebrated her 60th Birthday.
As you can imagine this was a special weekend for both Lucy and Sean and the occasion was enjoyed by up to 90 friends when every one had a great night and party which was held in a special erected marque. We wish this couple many more years of married life.
Sister John Vienney, better known as Maisie Murphy, Ballyseskin, Kilmore celebrated 70 years as a Nun last week.
Maisie who also celebrated her 91st Birthday last week is at present in a nursing home in Kent and is enjoying pretty good health and a special party was held last week to celebrate these 2 special occasions.
Maisie also receives a copy of the WexfordPeople every week and the first thing she does is read the Kilmore notes. So Maisie all your friends send their regards as do all your family and heres to many more years of reading the Kilmore notes.