Kilmacow: St Senan’s AC doingits bit for hospicesupport group

Youth Club Table Quiz - Kilmacow Youth Club will host a table quiz in the Fox’s Den, Kilmacow at 9.00pm on Monday, 8th October. The cost per table of four is €20. All support is welcome. The Youth Club Committee would welcome offers of help with its activities at the club night which is held every second Friday night.

Youth Club Table Quiz - Kilmacow Youth Club will host a table quiz in the Fox’s Den, Kilmacow at 9.00pm on Monday, 8th October. The cost per table of four is €20. All support is welcome. The Youth Club Committee would welcome offers of help with its activities at the club night which is held every second Friday night.

Schoolboys Soccer - Meeting for parents of underage soccer teams. Kilmacow Soccer Club will host a meeting fro parents of 6-11year olds at 8.00pm on Thursday, 4th October in the Community Centre to discuss arrangements for training during the Winter months. All parents are invited to attend.

UNDER 12 SFAI CUP - Clerihan 1 Kilmacow 3. This was a great win for our lads. They played really well in the first half and led 2-0 at half time through goals from Darragh McDonald and a penalty by Dean Scully. Patrick Dollard fired home a free kick in the second half top ensure the victory. Team: Dylan Moore; Brian O’Mara, Pádraig Dempsey, Patrick Dollard (Capt.), Keith Butler; Robin Davis, Dean Scully, Tom Butler, Tom Costelloe; Brandon Walsh, Darragh McDonald.Res.: Kieran Wallis, Fergal Suffin.

UNDER 14 - Dungarvan 3 Kilmacow 2. The Under 14s were very unfortunate to come back from Dungarvan with nothing to show for their efforts in this match. They were every bit as good as the home side and in truth a draw would have been a fair result. The home side scored the winner in the last few minutes. Rory Leech scored a super goal for our lads. Evan Duggan continued his great scoring run with the other goal. KILMACOW: Anthony McNamara; Kevin O’Mara, Oisín O’Dwyer, Cormac Suffin, Jake Harney; Evan Duggan, David Costelloe, Dale Carroll Morrow; Shane Irish, Daniel Maher, Rory Leech. Res.: Fintan Leech.

UNDER 15 - Our under 15 side played 3 matches in a week. Following their great start to the league they came unstuck against Johnville losing 4-0. They played very well in the first half but the home side were clearly the better side in the second half. Following that defeat Park Rangers were next on the list. This was a real match with the two teams giving everything they had. Alan Murphy put our lads 1-0 up in the first half. Park Rangers equalised before half time and took the lead early in the second half. Alan equalised only for the visitors to regain the lead. Evan Duggan scored a deserved equaliser for the lads to end a great game. Two days later the boys travelled to Piltown for a 6.45 match that started at 7.26! That was no fault of either team who were ready for the appointed kick off. To have these boys wait 36 minutes on a Monday evening with homework to do is scandalous. The match was a real ding dong affair. There were chances and we had a goal disallowed but the match ended 0-0. We’re glad to report that Dev is fine. The players on duty in these matches were Dylan Corcoran; Jacob Green, Dev Murphy, Stephen Haberlin, Alex Grant, Brendan Leech, Larry Vereker, Robert Moore, Dale Carroll Morrow, Jake Harney, Evan Duggan, Alan Murphy, David Costelloe, Shane Irish, Anthony McNamara.

UNDER 11 - Villa 4 Kilmacow 0. Our under 11s were beaten by Villa in this rescheduled match but that’s only part of the story. In sole charge for the evening, manager Eugene had only 7 players – Kieran Dowling, Fergal Suffin, Tom Butler, Ronan Leech, Billy Phelan, Fionn Blanche and Anthony Dunphy – but they are all heroes. It obviously isn’t easy for 7 to play against 9 but these boys played their hearts out; they were magnificent. We knew that Jack and Stephen wouldn’t be there but not to be told about the 4 boys who weren’t there isn’t acceptable. There are plenty good under 10s who could have been drafted in if we knew!

Medical Missionaries of MarY - The Medical Missionaries of Mary will leave Rosedale after 25 years service to Kilmacow on Sunday, 21st October. A special Mass will be celebrated in the Parish Church at 11.00am followed by refreshments in the Community Centre as an expression of gratitude for the years of dedicated service. Many of the sisters who served through the years in Rosedale will be present on the day. Everyone from Kilmacow is welcome to attend.

Open ICA Meeting - Kilmacow ICA will host a special meeting featuring Senan Cooke (Dunhill Enterprise Centre) who will talk about the creating jobs in local communities at 9pm on Thursday in the Community Centre, Kilmacow. All are welcome to attend.

Drugs Awareness Meeting - Kilkenny Drugs Awareness Committee will host a community awareness night at 7.00pm on Thursday, 4th October in the Parish Hall, Mooncoin. Speakers will include David Gray, Community Drug Outreach Worker, John Leahy, HSE, John Taffe, Pastoral Response to Drug Use and representatives of the Garda Siochána and Mooncoin Parish Drug Awareness Parish Programme. All welcome to attend.

Traditional Building & Conservation Skill - The Irish Georgian Society, the Councils of the City and County of Kilkenny and the Office of Public Works will present a ‘Traditional Building & Conservation Skills in Action Exhibition’ in Kilkenny Castle from 10.00am to 5.00pm daily on Saturday and Sunday, 13th and 14th October. Admission is free and should be of great interest to owners of period buildings and to those interested in architectural conservation and traditional building skills.

Presentation of Cheque to Hospice - 
Kilmacow Hospice Support Group would like to acknowledge with gratitude the receipt of a cheque for €2644 from St. Senan’s Athletics Club being the proceeds from this year’s running of the 11th annual Little South Run. The group would like to thank St. Senan’s for its continued support of the Hospice Movement and would acknowledge to work of the committee and all involved in organising this most successful and enjoyable. event. The amount raised by the Little South Run since 2002 now exceeds €43,000.