social dancing in piltown gaa complex - Saturday 11th May – Dave Rae; Saturday 18th May – Pat Daly Sound; Saturday 25th May – Liam O’ Sullivan.
first annual waterford truck & motor show
The First Annual Waterford Truck & Motor Show takes place on the 18th & 19th May at Waterford Business Park in aid of the South East Radiotheraphy Trust. A great Family day out.
GAA NEWS - Piltown Ladies Gaelic Football Club & Piltown Camogie Club would like to thank all who supported the recent Table Quiz. The winners were; Mary Kenny Snr, Mary Kenny Jnr, Fiona Kenny, Mary Aine Casey. The Runner’s Up were: Carol McCarthy, Jackie McCarthy, Ger Brennan, Nicola Foley.
Tote Question; Michelle O’ Shea & Philip Walsh
FIRST WIN for the Piltown u14 gaelic football team
Piltown Under-14 Girls Gaelic Football team won their first ever match in the Kilkenny County League/Championship with a 6-4 to 3-2 win over Muckalee in Piltown on Sunday night. Despite being without a number of experienced players, the young team (all but two are underage, next year) gave a master class in possession & passing football. Next up is the almost county team of Kilkenny City.
Team: Lisa Norris, Niamh Foley, Sine Kavanagh, Megan Byrne, Emily McCarthy, Máire Beth Kirby, Sarah Tobin, Sophie Holden, Alanna Gallagher (1-0), Laura Power, (1-1), Aoibheann Kavanagh, Hilary Balding, Jennifer O’Dea (2-0), Sarah Jayne Brophy (0-1), Marlise Flynn (2-2) Sub: Emer Dunphy
Declutter & support juveniles Now is the time to get rid of pieces of scrap & old electric appliances lying around yards, garages & sheds to support juvenile hurling. You can do this by bringing your scrap along to the creamery yard. Anything from a tricycle to a combine harvester can be brought. We built a hurling wall last year with the proceeds of scrap. This is giving huge enjoyment to our boys & girls and will do so for many years to come. An extra bonus is the space you create in sheds and yards etc. If you want scrap collected please phone 087 257 0639 or 087 947 9167
Lisdowney 6–13 Piltown 2–12
Lisdowney came to Piltown on Sunday last & went away with an emphatic & well deserved victory in the first round of the J.J. Kavanagh & Sons Junior Hurling League. They gave warning to all that they mean business this year & based on this performance will be there at the business end of the championship.
On top in practically all positions Lisdowney’s open brand of play & their ability to find a team mate proved too hot for Piltown to handle.
During the first seventeen minutes the scores were close enough after which wind assisted Lisdowney led by 1-4 to 0-5. Lisdowney were on top though, & Piltown Goalkeeper David Burchell made a great save to deny Michael Kenny.
For the remainder of the half Lisdowney let rip & added three goals, (one of which was of the soft variety) & five points without reply to leave the half time score Lisdowney 4-9 Piltown 0-5 & the home team had a mountain to climb.
Aided by another goal on the restart Lisdowney ran out convincing winners. Piltown did succeed in making the scoreboard more respectable with second half goals by Peter McCarthy & Daniel Norris. The home side will be keen to put this outing down to experience & will be looking for a much improved performance in their next League encounter.
Cards - Adrian Fitzpatrick & Ger Breen were the winners in the regular Thursday night progressive thirties at the Piltown G.A.A. Complex.
Piltown Children’s Basketball Club - Basketball training takes place every Friday evening in the Community Centre for Under 10’s, Under 12 Girls and Under 14 Boys. Under 10 training for both boys & girls takes place from 6-7pm. Under 12 Girls training takes place from 7-8pm & Under 14 Boys training takes place from 8-9pm. €2 per week. Everyone welcome.
Pilgrimage to Lough Derg - Waterford Group Pilgrimage to Lough Derg takes Place from Friday 28th June to 1st July. It is hoped that many will make a special effort this year being “The Year of Faith”. To book Contact Olive Hearne or Phyllis Purcell.