Delight for club as Kevin O’Donovan is appointed Cork GAA Coaching Officer! On Sunday last, Kevin O’Donovan was elected Coaching Officer with Cork County Board. Kevin has served as a GDA for the past five years in the Carbery – Beara Region. Kevin most recently took over the administration of the County Talent Academies (2013-2014) and will take on the role of Academies Co-ordinator in his new role as Coaching
Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Shield Semi Final Bandon 14, Thurles 12 Munster Junior League Division 1 Tralee 9, Skibbereen 23 Kelly Cup Dunmanway 22, Kinsale 8 Mallow 17, Clonakilty 15
Saturday, 13 December 2014 O Herlihy Bacon U18 Group A Clonakilty AFC U18’s 4 v 1 Riverside Athletic U18’s Lyre Rovers U18’s 1 v 2 Bunratty United U18’s West Cork League U18 Group B Ardfield U18’s 15 v 1 Castlelack U18’s Bay Rovers U18’s 0 v 1 Kilmichael Rovers U18’s Togher Celtic U18’s 8 v 1 Drinagh Rangers U18’s Munster Junior Cup [Round 3] Ringmahon Rangers A (MSL) 2
Club AGM held on Saturday night The club’s AGM was held on Saturday night last in St Mary’s Hall, Rossmore. A big crowd assembled for this night. Pat Tobin (Chairman), Gavin Twohig (Secretary), Marie Dorgan (PRO), Connie Murphy (Juvenile Secretary), James Coakley and Tom Scannell (Treasurers) delivered their reports covering all activities of the past year.
“Kilmeen Kubs” 2015 off to an early start! The “Kilmeen Kubs” nursery programme initiative for 2015 is already underway. This joint venture between Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Club and Kilmeen National School is now into its third year. The introductory phase of this programme involves all classes in the junior cycle (junior infants – second class) receiving tuition in basic movement, hurling and football skills using fun activities and games.
Ronnie Barry scored an impressive victory in the Cork novice cross country championship at Carrigadrohaid when she took the scalp of some more impressive opposition. Ms Barry ran a clever race keeping in touch. Stamping her authority in the last Kilometre to take the lead which she retained to the end.
Kilmeen Juniors are Crowned Champions! Kilmeen travelled to Enniskeane in glorious winter sunshine on Sunday afternoon last to take their neighbours, Randal Og’s in the West Cork Junior B Football Final. Don McCarthy opened the scoring with the first of his three points with further scores from Darren Santry and Kevin O Donovan saw Kilmeen go in 0-05 to 0-04 at half time.
County County JAHL Knockout Stages Final 14/11/2014 Ballinhassig 1-13 vs 1-9 Cloughduv County JAHL 16/11/2014 Ballinhassig 1-7 vs 1-13 St James
Saturday, 15th November O Herlihy Bacon U18 Group A Bunratty United U18’s 3 v 4 Lyre Rovers U18’s Munster Junior Cup [Round 2] Skibbereen 4 v 0 Doolans Cow Bar FC Munster Youths Cup [Round 3] Clonakilty AFC U18’s 1 v 0 Skibbereen U18’s
Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Cup Quarter Final Skibbereen 21, Old Christians 16 Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Shield Quarter Final Ennis 7, Bandon 47