Kilmeen Juniors Advance to West Cork Football Final Kilmeen travelled to Ahiohill on Saturday evening last to take on Bandon in the West Cork Junior B football semi-final. It was a tight affair for the first 15 minutes of the game with Darragh Coakley denied a goal on three occasions. Kilmeen were the only scorers of the opening quarter registering just one point. Bandon’s defence could not keep out Kilmeen’s
Clon U12 Camogie travelled to Fitzgeralds Stadium Killarney to take part in The Veronica Stack Memorial Blitz. Three Cork teams, Clonakilty, St Colums and Millstreet took part along side four teams from Kerry. Each team had a panel of U12s with two U13s and two U14s. The Clon Girls progressed to the Cup Semi-final against Cillards. At the full time whistle the score was level. Extra time was played with
Minor Hurlers are West Cork Champions The minor hurlers were the toast of the club this week having captured the West Cork title on Saturday last . They defeated Bandon on a score line of 1-11 to 0-04. This was a great all round team performance from this group of players who played their hearts out and it is a very welcome piece of silverware for the club. Congratulations
Minor Football The minor footballers played Inniscarra in the Premier 2 County semi-final on Wednesday evening last at UCC grounds. This was a very competitive affair and Kilmeen were unlucky to lose out by just two points. Score-:2-07 to 2-09. Great credit is due to this panel of players and their mentors for getting this far. Scorers: Damien O’ Gorman (0-05), Ben Van Bree (1-0), Joseph O’ Donovan (1-0), Eamonn
Roll on the County Final on Sunday! Kilmeen Juniors play the Junior B County Final V Castlelyons on Sunday next. The fixture will be played at 2.30pm in Pairc Ui Rinn. Kilmeen lost out to Castlelyons in the first round. However, the team re-grouped and have recorded victories against Lismire, Lough Rovers, Ballinacurra and Bride Rovers to qualify for the final! Best of luck to the lads on Sunday
Cork Minor Camogie team, together with their parents and Manager John Midleton, visited Barryroe NS with the Munster Cup which they won this year. Included are members of the team Claire Sexton(past pupil) Meabh Sexton(past pupil), A?ine Crowley(Kilbrittain), Caroline Murphy(Kilbrittain) Ellen Twomey (Carrigaline) Lisa Lynch(Valley Rovers), Linda Collins(Courcey Rovers) and Keeva McCarthy(St.Finbarrs).
THE girls in Kilmeen National School took part in an inter-school camogie blitz recently with the opposition on the day from Ahiohill and Kealkill. The blitz marked the completion of a six-week camogie coaching programme within the school.
MICC 6-6 Ballincollig CS 0-0 MARIA Immaculata Community College, Dunmanway (MICC) are County Champions for another year after winning the U16 ½ A Camogie County Title. Castle Road provided the setting for their victory over a much fancied Ballincollig Community School side.
MARIA Immaculata Community College Dunmanway defeated Gael Cholaiste Mhuire in the U16 ½ B county final. The match was played in Cloughduv and resulted in the MICC girls taking home the Katie Crowley Cup.
Ballinascarthy Camogie Club are holding a ‘Come and Try Camogie’ day on Saturday 9th March 11am – 1pm at Ballinascarthy GAA Pitch. Learn skills, have fun and make friends. Age 6 and upwards are welcome. Meet Cork senior camogie players, parents welcome.