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Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club Notes

Kilbree U12 Hurlers are crowned League Champions! U12 Hurling Kilbree’s U12’s were crowned West Cork Champions on Monday night. Under lights, in Aughaville, they defeated St Patrick’s 4-5 to 2-5. St Patrick’s were the stronger side in the first half. Conor O’Sullivan scored Kilbree’s only point in the first half. Cillian Twohig made some great saves in goal for Kilbree and was unlucky when St Patrick’s scored a goal just

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club Notes

Juniors bow out of County Championship! Kilbrin have qualified for a county semi-final against Mayfield, having defeated Kilbree on Saturday evening. In Cloughduv, Kilbree started this affair well with two fine frees by Darragh Coakley. It took Kilbrin a little while to settle. The loss of captain Darragh Coakley due to injury was a huge setback for Kilbree’s chances. Kilbrin were very dominant in the later stages of the second

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA – Club Notes

Carbery Junior A Hurling Champions! Kilbree’s junior hurlers have joyfully been crowned Carbery Junior A hurling champions! This was the first occasion that Kilbree have contested this final. Winning the “Flyer Nyhan” at the first time of asking both historic and incredible! Three first half goals gave Kilbree an advantage throughout this game. Colum’s never gave up and fought so hard, particularly in the second half. In wet slippy conditions

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA notes

Junior A Hurling Championship Semi-final Kilbree Junior A hurlers qualified for the West Cork Final V St Colums on Sunday evening. They were comfortable winners over Doheny’s. A terrific first half performance by Kilbree made this a great victory. Darragh Coakley opened Kilbree’s scoring account with two fine frees. Oige Scannell scored a powerful goal to give Kilbree a dream start. Doheny’s accuracy from frees was a problem throughout this

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club Notes

“Junior Football Team Progress”. Junior “D” Football Kilmeen’s second football team played Barryroe in the Junior D Championship quarter final on Sunday morning. Kilmeen were the stronger force on this occasion. The final score was Kilmeen 3-15 to Barryroe’s 1-6. Minor Football Kilmeen’s minor footballers played Bandon, in horrendous wet and windy conditions, in Ballinascarthy on Friday night. Kilmeen played with a very strong wind in the first half. Kilmeen

All Star Colm O’ Neill Presented ‘Kit for Kids’ to Beara girls & boys in Murphy’s SuperValu, Castletownbere

SuperValu Teams Up With GAA Stars for 2016 ‘Kits for Kids’ Initiative Colm O’ Neill, has teamed up with SuperValu to present Beara underage teams with their 2016 ‘Kit for Kids’ packages. The Cork star appeared in Murphy’s SuperValu in Castletownbere on Tuesday 16th of August to present young players from Beara with juvenile O’Neills kit including playing gear and training equipment as part of SuperValu’slong standing support as sponsor

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club Notes

“Heartbreak for U16’s in County Final” U16 Hurling County Final Kilbree defeated St Fachtnas and Clonakilty in the earlier rounds of the South West championship. A thrilling final against Kilbrittain made them South West champions. The East champions St Catherine’s were beaten by six points in the county semi-final. This set up a final against Whitechurch, in Ballygarvan on Sunday afternoon. This final was very tight from the start. Whitechurch

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club notes

U16 Hurlers Qualify for County Final St Catherine’s provided the opposition for Kilbree U16 hurlers in the U16 (B) county semi-final. This fixture took place in Passage West on Saturday night in damp windy conditions. Kilbree defeated Kilbrittain while St Catherine’s defeated Whitechurch to qualify for this county semi-final. St Catherine’s opened the scoring with a fine point. Kilbree were playing with a very strong breeze in the first half

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA notes

Historic Week for “Double” Champions! Kilbree’s U16 hurlers were crowned West Cork Champions on Wednesday. The U12 camogie girls were crowned County Champions on Saturday against Tracton.

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes 25/07/16

Juniors bow out to stronger team! Kilmeen juniors bowed out to Kilmacabea, a more experienced side in the junior A football championship on Sunday evening. This third round tie was played in perfect conditions in Drimoleague. Don McCarthy got the first point for Kilmeen, followed quickly by a Kilmacabea point. The Leap side had a series of wides before converting a number of chances. Some exciting attacking play by Oige

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA notes

U14 County Semi-final A very young Kilbree U14 team contested the county semi-final on Monday evening, in Ballinure. It has been a great season for these girls. They had been undefeated to this point, having beaten a very strong Buttevant side in the quarter final. The opposition on this occasion was a very strong Castlelyons side. Castlelyons scored a goal early in the first half. Following a very exciting run

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club Notes

U16 and Junior Hurlers progress! U16 Hurling The U16 hurlers commenced their U16 championship run by playing St Fachtnas in Leap on Wednesday evening. Conditions were damp and slippery but this did not seem to influence the players too much. Kilbree had most of the early chances, Thomas Tyner taking the first three points. A goal by St Fachtnas, against the run of play made this match level. However Kilbree’s

Ilen’s Sheehy anticipates tough game against Ballincollig

by John Bohane Ilen Rovers trainer Edward Sheehy has relished his involvement with the successful Ilen Rovers U21 footballers who resume their championship campaign with a much anticipated county A semi-final tie against Ballincollig this Friday evening. This year represents the second season the former Ilen Rovers senior ace has acted as a trainer to the Ilen Rovers U21 footballers. Edward, who teaches in Schull Community College, has loved guiding

Ilen Rovers ready for Ballincollig challenge

by John Bohane The Ilen Rovers U21 footballers resume their championship campaign when they play Mid Cork champions Ballincollig in a county semi-final tie scheduled to be played on Friday, July 15th, in Enniskeane (7.30pm throw-in).

Adrigole GAA festival this August

Adrigole GAA Club are once again running their annual Duck Race Festival this year. The much anticipated event will take place over the August bank holiday weekend. The club are delighted to once again host the event at the base of the beautiful Hungry Hill on the grounds of Hungry Hill Lodge and Camp Site where there will be a fully licensed Marquee.

Kilmeen / Kilbree GAA notes

Junior Hurling It was a week of mixed fortunes for Kilbree’s junior hurlers. They beat Kilbrittain last week in the first round of the championship. This week they continued to compete in the county junior A league. On Wednesday evening they travelled to Ballinora to play the local side. The final score was Ballinora 2-20 to Kilbree’s 0-16. On Sunday, Brian Dillons were the opposition at home in Rossmore. On

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club Notes

Junior Hurlers get off to a flying start! Kilbree juniors hurlers started their championship campaign very brightly, against Kilbrittain, on Friday evening in Ahiohill. They took control of proceedings from the start, with the aid of a very strong breeze. Denis Dullea’s incredible puck outs ensured the Kilbrittain defence was under continuous pressure. Some great scores by Ray Collins and Darragh Coakley ensured Kilbree would assert their dominance. The half

“Painful” defeat for O’Donovan Rossa

by John Bohane O’Donovan Rossa exited the senior football championship at the second round stage recently after they were defeated by a two point margin by Avondhu following their championship game played in Coachford.

Clon advance following comfortable win

by John Bohane Clonakilty senior footballers advanced into the next round of the senior football championship following their comfortable 14 point win achieved against St Nicks in Charlie Hurley Park, Bandon on Saturday, June 18th.

Carbery footballers face third round championship tie

by John Bohane Carbery senior footballers will have to negotiate a third round championship tie after they were defeated by St Finbarr’s on a three point margin following their second round tie played in Macroom on Sunday, June 19th.

Carbery hurlers resume championship programme

by John Bohane THE Carbery senior hurlers resume their county championship programme on Friday, July 1st, when they play Ballymartle in a second round tie scheduled to be played in Ballinspittle, (7.30pm throw-in).

Haven “happy” with CIT victory

by John Bohane Castlehaven senior football manager James McCarthy expressed his happiness with his side’s eleven point win achieved against CIT at Newcestown on Sunday, June 19th. Castlehaven who defeated divisional rivals Clonakilty in the opening round by one point, produced an impressive display which enabled them clinch a comprehensive victory on a final scoreline of 4-17 to 3-9. James, was proud of his sides display in their second round

Kilmeen GAA notes

Junior Hurlers take on Kilbrittain in Championship Kilbree’s junior hurlers will play Kilbrittain in the first round of the championship, on Friday evening, in Bandon. In preparation for this they played a league match against Diarmuid O’Mathunas, in Rossmore on Saturday evening. The first half was very evenly match with Kilbree’s Darragh Coakley, Dylan Coffey, Don McCarthy, Damien O’Gorman and Davy O’Donovan scoring some fine points. Diarmuid O’Mathunas led by

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club Notes

“Good league form continues for Juniors” Junior Hurling Kilbree’s junior hurlers played St Catherine’s in Rossmore, on Saturday evening. This was a very closely fought tie. The sides were level at half time with six points each. The second half failed to separate the sides. The final score was Kilbree 0-13 to St Catherine’s 1-10.

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

Disappointment for U14 Hurlers! U14 hurling final The U14 C final was played in Ballinacarriga on Tuesday last, in glorious weather conditions. Kilbree had defeated Bantry to reach this stage while St Patrick’s had defeated Ahan Gaels. St Patrick’s made the brighter start with two points from play by Liam O’Donovan. However a goal by Kilbree’s Ryan Jennings put Kilbree in front.

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes 30/05/16

Great start to Junior A Football! Kilmeen junior footballers were promoted to Junior A football last July, having recorded a comprehensive win over Grange. The first outing in the new grade was against Ilen Rovers, in Drimoleague on Sunday evening.

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA notes

Kilbree U14’s qualify for West Cork Final On Thursday evening the U14 hurlers played Bantry, in the West Cork semi-final, in Dunmanway. Kilbree started very strongly with some great points by Jack Murphy. A goal from Cian Murphy in the first quarter set Kilbree up nicely. The Kilbree lads continued to dominate with most of the possession and scoring chances. The half-time score was Kilbree 2-6 to Bantry’s 0-2.

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

U10 hurlers host fun blitz! Kilbree’s U10 hurlers played a blitz on home soil on Saturday morning. They played St Oliver Plunketts, St James and St Patricks in glorious sunshine. They played tremendously well but most important of all, they had great fun. Team: Ben Barry, Tim Bailey, Joe Barry, Darragh Clancy, Oisin Harrington, Cillian Twohig, Olan Murphy, Mark Collins, Jack Hehir, Rory Twohig, Daniel McCarthy, Rory Twohig, Sam Bailey,