Kiltale (@1.4) vs Kildalkey (@3.25)

Our Prediction:

Kiltale will win

Kiltale – Kildalkey Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 10:30

Registration is via or the Parish Hall from 10:30am. We are asking players, non players, parents currently involved or not involved and also kids to take part. Please support this event. Kildalkey GAA Development Committee are hosting a 5k road run or walk on Sunday November 4th. The monies raised from this event will be put directly back into improving our playing facilities. The cost is 15.

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Three games, three wins

Below are some of the photos of the event. The U12, U14, U16 & U18 teams all participated in the respective divisional Finals during the year and in recognition for this achievement, the jerseys and tops were sponsored. Fantastic presentation took place on 20th Aug 2015 where local sponsorship of Training Jerseys by Michael Darby Woodcraft & Construction, Crew Barbers and Wayne Law of DHL Ireland. Well done to all the players and coaches involved. It provides a great sense of identity to the club and it shows appreciated of all the achievements of each team throughout the year. Thanks again to the primary sponsors of the jerseys and tops.

Many would say that is a fair reflection of the gap between the sides and it is hard to argue against it going on current form. While, neither outfit set the 'Pairc' alight in their respective semi-final, Kiltale never looked like losing against Kilmessan, but Kildalkey were pushed to the pin of their collar against Dunboyne in what can only be described as a drab affair, but semi-finals are for winning and that's all that mattered on the day.

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Dunboyne Cian Smyth; Ger Murphy, Andy McWeeney, Niall Smyth; Alan Watters, Peter ODoherty, Fergal ONeill; Killian Smyth, Micheal OGrady; Keith Doyle, Stephen Moran (0-2), Neil Hackett (0-4, 2fs); Sean McGrath (0-3), Michael Dunne, Daragh Gilmartin (0-2). Subs Ben ODwyer for D Gilmartin (24), N Watters for OGrady (28), Adam Hynes for Doyle (ht), Conor Gilmartin (1-0) for Dunne (37), Darragh Finlay for Moran (59).

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Happily, and as a sort of tribute to Paddy, Kildalkey emerged the victors by the narrowest of margins with a final score of Kildalkey 1-13 v 1-12 Kilmessan. With both teams missing some 4/5 key players this was always going to be a close encounter. 21st Jul 2012The Village sent a fond farewell to Patrick (Paddy) Reilly, 83 years young, a former player, Chairman and president of Kildalkey GAA. The Club formed a Ceremonial farewell procession following his funeral mass to the local cemetery. This result ensures Kildakey a semi-final place in the 2012 SHC. Later that evening, a minutes silence was held in Trim GAA before Round 4 of the SHC clash between Kildalkey and Kilmessan.

The OM/WT side just couldnt cope with the two inside forwards and it took 15 minutes before they got on the scoreboard, Evan Clarke had added another goal with an incredible solo effort which started near the sideline and ended up in the net. At half-time the game was over as a contest with Kiltale leading 9-14 to 0-04 thanks to more scores from McDonnell and Matthews and Eoghan Frayne chipping in with a goal and placed balls.


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Subs Brian Reilly for D Donoghue (ht), Peter Durnin (0-2) for Murphy (ht), Conor Shirren for Garvey (bs 41-46), Chris Reilly for McCabe (53). Kiltale Shane McGann; Iarla Hughes, Phillip Garvey, David Donoghue; Stephen Donoghue, Ronan Ryan, James Kelly; William Mahady, Padraig Kelly (C); Mark OSullivan (2-3 ,Cathal McCabe (0-1), Jack Regan (0-8, 6 fs); Adam Murphy, Fearghal McCabe (1-1), Ross Ryan (0-1).

Patrick's on Friday evening of the 26th September to an injury time goal. Come along and show your support. Match Report Here. Kildalkey V Boardsmill in the Intermediate Camogie final on Saturday 4th October at 1:45pm in Longwood. Sunday the 28th September saw the Seniors loose their semi-final tie against 2012 champions Kiltale. Kildalkey hurlers suffered a double whammy of defeats as they lost out in the Junior Hurling Championship Final to St. After the disappointments we can look to the camogie final this weekend. What a week it could have been, but what a weekend it was. Match Report Here.