Camogie Club Table Quiz - Kilmacow Camogie Club will host a table quiz in the Fox’s Den at 9.00pm on Monday, the 4th March. Cost per table of four is €20. All support welcome
Ossory Pilgrimage to Lourdes - The Ossory Pilgrimage to Lourdes will take place from 22nd to 27th March. The cost is €735 per person sharing. Contact Glenmore Parish Office at 880414 for further information.
Opening of Community Library - The new library at the Community Centre, Kilmacow will be officially opened at 10.30am on Friday next, 1st March. The opening will include a brief explanation on its use and computers and internet facilities will be available. Help will be on help to people who want to use them in the coming weeks. Morning coffee will be served following the opening.
Kilmacow Soccer Club - Rob Fenton’s and Neil Foot’s squad travelled to Ferrybank for their first matches against another club. 19 boys were there and enjoyed a great series of matches. Honours were shared as they won one match 4-3, lost one 3-2 and drew two 3-3 & 2-2. Josh, Sam Ciaran and Tadhg were among the scorers. A wonderful morning’s football was enjoyed by everyone. Thanks to all the parents who were present and a special thanks to Billy and Ferrybank AFC for their help. The players who were there enjoying the matches were Evan Walsh, Callum Regan, Paddy Regan, Daniel Breathnach, Ciaran Murray, James Foot, Josh Fenton, Nick Kleijn, Sean Dowling, Joe Roche, Jack O’Neill, Ted Doyle, Ryan Cummins, Fionn Walsh, Sam Duggan, Tadhg Connolly, Adam Thompson, Sean Ryan, Lorcan Suffin.
UNDER 15 Kilmacow 2 Johnville 3 Our boys fought hard but eventually lost out to title chasing Johnville in a very exciting match. Alan Murphy scored two great goals in the first half to leave the lads 2-0 ahead at half time. Unfortunately they couldn’t sustain it in the second half as Johnville fought back to score three times to take the points.
KILMACOW: Dylan Corcoran; Oisín O’Dwyer, Brendan Leech, Stephen Haberlin; Larry Vereker; Jacob Green, Ciaran Walsh, Dale Carroll Morrow; Evan Duggan, Alan Murphy, Robert Moore. Res.: Shane Irish, Cormac Suffin.
UNDER 13 Kilmacow 3 Southend 4 Three goals at home should be enough to win any match but it wasn’t in this one. While not playing well our boys did enough to win but somehow ended up losing it. A goal down at half time Dean equalised early in the second half. Southend regained the lead but Patrick Dollard equalised from a penalty. When Darragh put us 3-2 up it appeared that we were on the road to a victory. However, Southend had other ideas and two late goals gave them the points.
KILMACOW: Dylan Moore; Patrick Dollard, Patrick Connolly, Cormac Suffin, Keith Butler; Niall Bowe, Bill Dempsey, Fintan Leech (Capt.); David Colleton, Colm Dolan, Rory Leech. Res.: Dean Scully, Darragh McDonald, Liam Walsh, Will Jolly, Martin Moloney.
Under 11 St. Paul’s 2 Kilmacow 1 Our Under 11s found St. Paul’s just too good on the day. They tried hard as Tom Butler, Fergal Suffin and Fionn Blanche did everything they could to get them going. Fergal Suffin scored the goal. Kieran was brilliant once again in goal and has the marks to prove it.
KILMACOW: Kieran Dowling; Stephen Moore, Jack Murphy, Tom Butler, Fergal Suffin, Ronán Leech, Fionn Blanche, Anthony Dunphy, Cian Vereker, Billy Phelan
Bunscoil McAuley/Rice (Callan) - Bunscoil McCauley Rice presents an evening with David Coleman, Clinical Psychologist in the
Ormonde Hotel Kilkenny on Thursday March 14th 2013 @ 8pm. Tickets cost €5 and are available from at The Ormonde Hotel.
Kilmacow Lotto - The winning numbers in last week’s lotto were 10, 18, 22 and 28. There were five Lucky Dips. The Jackpot for next Thursday night is €12,600.
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