Starting with action from on the field and the Minor league match against St. Nicholas’ that took place on Monday night last. Kilmac unfortunately came out the wrong side of the scoreline losing 2-8 to 3-12. After a close first half of lightning quick football, which saw Gary King snatch a goal for Kilmac, the visitors held a narrow one point lead. After 20 minutes of the second half the score was again poised at a one point game in favour of the visitors, during these minutes Brian McCarthy raised the green flag for Kilmac along with points from the boot of Aaron Creavin. St. Nicholas’, however, managed to score two goals in quick succession just before the final whistle, which flattered them on the finishing scoreboard. Another good exercise for the lads which will help prepare them for an assault on the championship in the coming months. A full match report can be found at here.
The Junior A team will be in competitive action for the first time this season on Thursday (1st of April). This is the rescheduled fixture V’s Enniskerry at home. Throw-in is due for 18.45, the team would really appreciate all the support they can get on the night.
Juvenile training is beginning again on Friday evenings. Any parents who have not yet been contacted can contact Daryl Tighe 0861718923 and he will forward any information to the relevant team managers. On that note, the club is still looking for volunteers to help out with training, so if you have time to spare on any Friday evening’s it would be kindly appreciated.
The third Wiclow GAA corporate raceday will take place at Punchestown Race Course on Tuesday 20th April. The cost is €1,000 for a table of 10 or €100 per person. Tickets will include admission to the race course and Wicklow GAA pavilion, Lunch and Tea and a chance to win some fantastic prizes including a new Toyota car. If anybody would like to attend this event, they can get in contact with Peadar Smyth 0872841155. Full details of this event can be found at here.
Kilmacanogue GAA is currently in the long overdue process of establishing a Database of its members. It is possible that peoples details have been lost over the years so we are endeavouring to not let this happen again. If you could take the time to send us your name and contact no./e-mail address in any of the following ways; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, web: Kilmacanogue GAA club’s Facebook page, Text: 0872841353 or 0872841155.