Well done to our brilliantly talented u12 team who last Wednesday beat St Annes in the county final replay, played in Taghmon.
Once again this was another fantastic game of football from start to finish with both teams showing great skill and determination. Kilmore were deserving winners on a scoreline of 1-6 to 0-6. This is the third year in a row that the Kilmore girls have won this county title which is a major achievement and the future looks very bright for the club.
The panel was : Amy Mulligan, Saoirse Foley, Ellen Berry, Megan Doyle, Amy Cassidy, Derbhal Cassidy, Alex Brady, Regina Rochford, Emma Bates,Olivia McDonnell, Rebecce Burke, Lorraine Power, Grace Barry, Imogen Fanning, Orla Fortune, Amy Cousins, Sophie Boxwell, Anna Bates, Emily Bates, Abbie Troy, Abbie Jones, Kira Bates Crosbie and Grace Cousins.
Our u12 girls have been picked to play at half time during the all Ireland ladies football finals on 7th October in Croke Park. Unfortunately only 10 girls can play on the day but the 10 chosen are looking forward to representing our club with pride. The girls would like to thank Gayle Daly for putting together a video which helped them win this day out.
Hard luck to our u14 team who were beaten in their county final by a very strong Ballygarret team. The girls will play in a 7 a side competition in Dublin on 6th October and the following day will travel to Croke Park to enjoy the all Ireland ladies football finals.
KILMORE GAA CLUB
From all at the club we would like to say a big well done to the Under 12 girls who won the county final against St. Annes in Taghmon last Wednesday night. Having previously drawn, this game was a replay and the Annes girls were formidable opponents. Our girls came out on top, as always showing tremendous skill and great heart. Well done girls.
PONGO IN TOMHAGGARD
There will be Pongo and refreshments in the meeting room beside the church after First Friday Mass on 5th October.
Kilmore Active Retirement Association held their first meeting since the summer break on Thursday last with a good attendance of members and some new members were also in attendance. Activity was the main topic on the agenda, all events at 2pm, except where stated:
Bowls in Stella Maris is starting on Wednesday 3rd October; Cards and games in the Bridgetown Social centre on Wednesday 10th October (both these events every second week); Bowling and Pool at Leisuremax every Monday (11am); Walk on Ballyteigue Burrow Tuesday 23rd October; Lecture and discussion on house alarms on Thursday 18th October at 7pm in Kilmore hall; Autumn/Winter lunch in the Stella Maris on Wednesday 21st November (1pm); Shopping trip to Dundrum Shopping Centre on Wednesday 5th December. Next meeting Thursday 1st November at 7.30pm. Full diary of activity available at the Information Centre in the Bridgetown Social Centre.
The parents and friends of the Severly Intellectually Disabled would like to thank the people of Kilmore Parish for their support during our recent Church Gate Collection. The amount raised was €472.28 - also a word of thanks to our collectors who made it possible.
COISTE NA NOG
Please support our recycling fundraising event this week. Any old or unused clothing, blankets, sheets, footwear and old mobile phones will be accepted at the GAA Club on Thursday 27th September from 6-7pm, on Friday 28th from 6-7pm and on Saturday 29th from 1.30-3.30pm. All funds raised will be used for Coiste na nOg activities.
Our minor footballers play Taghmon on Friday 28th September in Horeswood at 8.15 in the county semi final. Please support if you can.
U8 and U10 hurling blitz in Kilmore on Saturday 29th September starting at 2pm. Teams from Kilmore, Bannow Ballymitty, Clonard and Geraldine O'Hanrahans and Clongeen will be taking part so if you are free for a few hours why not come along and support our young players and their mentors.
Our U14 footballers have qualified for the quarter final of their league - well done to all involved with this team. No date has been set for this fixture yet.
U12s will finish their season with hurling and football blitz competitions over the next few weeks - details will be sent by text when dates are finalised.
Thanks to everyone for your continued support of Kilmore GAA.
ALL BLACKS FC
Leinster Junior Cup 1st Round - All Blacks 1 FC Blanch 4: Two late goals from Mick Mooney and Mick Lowry secured the AUL Premier outfits place in the 2nd round after a stern test from the Mayglass men. Aaron Kavanagh gave the Blanchardstown men the lead in the 15th minute and Weh Tauway doubled their lead just a minute into the 2nd half. Jamie Moore quickly pulled a goal back for the 'Blacks and John Mernagh came close to an equaliser when his long range effort struck the crossbar 4 minutes from time.
Wexford League Division Three A - Adamstown 3 All Blacks 1: Lorcan Byrne on target for the 'Blacks who were seriously understrength on the day.
The Club would like to wish the best of luck to Saint Fintans in their quest for county honours in Wexford Park on Saturday next.
The Kidz Academy afterschool childcare facilty is open Monday to Friday from 2pm til 6pm with a collection service available. Contact Clare on 087 2787356 for more information.
Looking for something to entertain your child over the coming school break? Then Children's Cooking Classes might be right up your street. Either on a part time or full time basis. Contact Clare on 087 2787356 for more information.
Knitwits in Bridgetown are introducing Beginners Dressmaking classes in late October. They require 8 people to make up a class which will run for 7 weeks in the community hall in your area. If anyone is interested in signing up to this course, please contact Carol at 0863187401 or email me at carolswoolshop@ gmail.com.or call into the shop on Main St., Bridgetown.
The Bridgetown Vocational College Reunion for class 1977-1982 will take place in the Merry Elf Killinick on 2nd November at 8pm. Contact 085 8081972 or 0872912831.