On Saturday last, September 26th, GalleyFlash Rowing Club held its annual RunForestRun. With a new 5 mile multi terrain course making its debut for runners and the traditional 5km road route making a comeback for walkers, the course was in pristine condition in the glorious autumn sunshine.
Minor Hurling Kilbree minors met Pedlars in the league final on Sunday last. Kilbree had the better of exchanges in the first half leading at the break. Pedlars upped the ante in the second half and Kilbree were very unlucky to lose out by the minimum in the last seconds. Final Score: 2-14 to 4-09. Team included : Jamie Santry, Fionnan McCarthy, Brian Keohane, Jamie O’Donovan, Barry Kirby, Oige
St Fachtnas U12s played St Patricks in Ardfield in the U12 Autumn League Final recently, their first final as an amalgamated team.
On this coming Saturday, September 26th, GalleyFlash Rowing Club will host the annual Run Forest Run. Registration will open at 1pm at the boathouse in Kilkern Lake with action getting underway at 2pm. With a new long course set to debut this year incorporating road, forest and beach running, it promises to be an exciting afternoon of sporting action. The long course is 5 miles in length and is for runners only. Entry for this course is
THE Kilmeen U12s travelled to Enniskeane to play Ahan Gaels in the league semi-final recently; Ahan Gaels made the brighter start but two goals by Brian Carmody before half time ensured Kilmeen held a three point lead at the short whistle.
Juniors & U14’s unlucky in finals! The South West Junior B Football final was held in appalling wet weather conditions in Ballinacarriga on Sunday morning. Dohenys provided the opposition for this final. Given these conditions the first half of his encounter was particularly low scoring. It took Kilmeen fifteen minutes to get on the scoreboard. The half time score was Kilmeen 0-3 to Dohenys 0-2. An early Kilmeen goal in
SWCYRA Championship Another great rowing season has come and gone, and a lot of great achievements have been made. From winter training in the Club’s new club house to the All-Irelands in Kerry, a lot of work and time has been put in by all involved. Kilmacsimon are celebrating a largely successful season from the SWCYRA Championship, County Final and All–Irelands.
U12 Camogie Team & U14 Hurlers Qualify for County Finals! U12 Camogie The U12 camogie girls played Castlelyons in Castle Road on Saturday in the U12 County Semi-Final. Both sides displayed an abundance of skill. The first half was a very close battle. Kilbree were just ahead at half time. The half time score was Kilbree 2-00 to Castlelyons’s 1-1. However two early goals in the second half ensured
County Semi-Final beckons for U12 Camogie team! Kilbree’s U12 camogie girls will play Castlelyons on Saturday next, in Castle Road (Blackrock) in the county semi-final. This has been a wonderful year to date, for this group of girls and their mentors. They played in an U12 Munster Blitz in Thurles in April. They played in an All-Ireland blitz in Croke Park in July. They now seek to qualify for
Junior Footballers ease through to JBFC Final Kilmeen junior footballers easily qualified for their second final this year, by defeating Goleen on Saturday evening. The result of this match was never in serious doubt. Kilmeen took command from the start and lead by 2-11 to 0-2 at half time. Kilmeen’s dominance continued in the second half. The final score was Kilmeen 5-17 to Goleen’s 0-4. The final will be contested