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Kilmeen / Kilbree GAA notes

Kilbree Minor Hurlers are County Champions! Kilbree minor hurling team made history on Saturday last by capturing their first ever County hurling title in the B grade. They were up against a very strong and experienced Carrignavar side and it was a very intensive game of hurling with no side willing to give in. Congratulations to all the players and their mentors on this fine win.   Final Score –

GAA results weekend October 3rd – 5th

County   Senior Football Championship 05/10/2014 Bishopstown 1-7 vs 2-17 Carbery Rangers Premier Intermediate Football Championship 05/10/2014 Bantry Blues 0-9 vs 0-11 Na Piarsaigh Junior A Football Championship 04/10/2014 Millstreet 1-11 vs 0-10 Kilmurry Junior A Hurling Championship 05/10/2014 Kilbrin 2-10 vs 0-17 Ballinhassig 04/10/2014 Newcestown 1-11 vs 2-10 Castlemartyr Division 1 Hurling League 04/10/2014 Ballincollig 0-12 vs 2-19 Tracton Junior A Hurling League 05/10/2014 Ballymartle 2-6 vs 1-10 Dohenys

Castlehaven Ladies GAA step out at Croke Park

CASTLEHAVEN Ladies GAA club were honoured to have been selected through a national competion to play an under 10 exhibition match during the ladies All Ireland football finals. We met a well established Raheny GAA club which had a much larger selection in the under 10 age group. Some remarkable football was played by both sides in an evenly matched game with the young Cork side winning by two points in

The ISA Junior All Ireland Championships at Kinsale Yacht Club

THE ISA Junior All Ireland Championships is a competition of the top sailors from each junior fleet. Twenty sailors from nine classes and out of eleven clubs (including two wild cards) were chosen to compete this weekend in Kinsale, out of Kinsale Yacht Club. The Youth event in Kinsale was full of uncertainty as the wind left the contestants waiting for wind on both days. The slack winds on day

Kilmeen GAA underage notes

Minor Hurlers Qualify for County Final against Carrignavar   The minor hurlers qualified for the county final on Saturday last by defeating Millstreet on a scoreline of 2-14 to 3-09. This was a very competitive encounter with a heart stopping closing few minutes.  However Kilbree held on for a two point win.  Best wishes go to them for the final against Carrignavar. Scorers; Damien O’ Gorman (1-07), Joseph O’ Donovan

GAA results weekend September 26th – 28th

County   Premier Intermediate Football Championship 27/09/2014 Carrigaline 0-13 vs 3-13 Valley Rovers Intermediate Football Championship 28/09/2014 Cill Na Martra 0-7 vs 2-7 Rockchapel Junior A Football Championship 26/09/2014 Kilmurry 1-10 vs 0-10 St Marys Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 28/09/2014 Newcestown 0-12 vs 0-9 Kanturk U21 B Hurling Championship 28/09/2014 Ballygiblin 0-14 vs 1-18 Clonakilty Division 1 Hurling League 28/09/2014 Bandon 0-15 vs 1-23 Ballinhassig Junior A Football League Grp.