ST PATRICKS PLAYERS: After a most successful opening night with MOLL, St Patrick’s players will be on stage again on Friday next in The Teach and in Pallasgreen on Sunday next commencing at 8.30pm. The Teach was packed to capacity on St. Patrick’s night and the play proved to be a very successful production. The play will then move to Friarsgate on Friday and Saturday 5th and 6th of April commencing at 8p.m.
GAA: Juvenile training will start up again on Wednesdays for U10,U8 and U6 from 6 to 7pm in the local GAA field.Please note all children are required to wear gumshields when playing or training for football and are available for just €2 from the club. All the fixtures for the coming year for U16 to U13 are now up on our website, http://www.kdgaa.ie/ and on our facebook page. This will be a busy year for the club as there will be games every week from late March to late October. Training for U16 to U12 will be on Monday evenings in the field from 6.30 to 7.30pm
SOCCER: Congratulations to our U14’s who have just won there league as second placed Holycross lost and with us 4 points ahead we cannot be caught.Well done to all concerned,it is fitting that this group of players have won the Clubs first league title has they have been playing since the clubs foundation in 2008 with winning a title. Well done to all the players,they deserve it for their commitment and attitude and never gave less than 100 per cent.
Our U8’s beat Herberstown this morning 1-0 with Daire O’Connor grabbing the only goal.
Then the u10s took on Herberstown also and raced into a 3-0 lead with Kephas Purcell,Jake O’riordan and Jamie Kennedy grabbing the goals. Herbertstown came back to make it 3-2 but the lads hung on,another great result.
Our U14s were in cup action against Premier side Kilmallock and whilst losing 6-0 they gave a very good account of themselves as usual.
On Monday out U15s took on Meanus and what a game it turned out to be.Although Meanus only started with 9 players they were the better team at the start and went 1-0 up.Jamie McCarthy scored to leave it 1-1 at the break. Disaster struck as we conceded a penalty and had a defender set off but Josh Sheehan saved but Meanus scored soon after. Sub Mark Prendergast made it 2-2 but again Meanus took the lead. From the resultant kick-off Patrick Rodahan lobbed the keeper from inside his own half to make it 3-3. We finally took the lead when Sean McCarthy expertly slotted home the winner and gave us a 4-3 win,our first of the season and long overdue.Well done to Meanus who contributed to an extrodinary game where attacking football was at its best.
SARSFIELD LADIES FOOTBALL TEAM: are holding a table quiz next Saturday, March 23rd, in Aherns Bar Kilteely at 9pm. €20 per team of 4. There will also be a raffle on the night. All support would be greatly appreciated. Training on Wednesday at kilteely GAA pitch at 7.30pm. New players always welcome.