Kilruane Camogie News
Following the defeat to Moneygall last weekend, the minors got their campaign back on track with a narrow win over Toomevara in the 2nd round of the Minor championship on Sunday last in Toomevara. This was a keenly contested match played in blustery conditions with scores evenly traded between both sides. The match was even at half-time, Kilruane 1-4 Toomevara 1-4. Scores were hard to come by in the second half with Kilruane registering a further 3 points to take the honours on a final scoreline Kilruane 1-7 Toomevara 1-5. Kilruane are due to play Burgess in their next fixture, panel will be notified of confirmed fixture date as soon as possible.
The U14’s travelled to Clonoulty on Monday 13th last to play the home team under lights but due to a generator problem, the match had to be called off after five minutes. The refixture took place on Sunday morning last as Clonoulty travelled up to play Kilruane, with a place for the winner to progress to County Quarter Final at stake. Clonoulty were missing a number of their regular players but both teams settled in well with Kilruane taking an early lead in the first half and with all the girls playing well, we were still in front at the break. Kilruane playing with the wind in the second half worked tirelessly and kept the scoreboard ticking to take the honours on the day. The County Quarter final against Shannon Rovers is due to be played this weekend; panel will be notified of confirmed fixture as soon as possible.
Annual Poker Classic
The club hosted its annual Poker Classic on Sunday last 12th October in Nenagh Golf Club. This event in its third year proved once again to be a major success with poker players attending from all over. Special thanks to Nenagh Golf Club for the use of their premises and Tom Doheny who looked after the function, thanks to Heather and Alan for providing the food and to Eugene Ryan who co-ordinated the smooth running of the Poker classic. Thanks also to Bernie Maher who organised this event and to Kieran Nevin, Joe Cahill, Noel Coonan, Ann O’Meara and Frances Cleary who helped out on the night.
A special mention to our sponsors as it would not be possible to host this event without their continuing support:-
Jim McLoughney, Galvins Menswear, Tadhg Flaherty Motor Factors, The Zip Yard, Hanlon’s Butchers, Costello Oil, Damien Franks Gardening, Pat Shanahan Carpentry & Buildings, Liam & Frances Cleary, Stephen & Teresa Starr, The Hibernian Inn, Philip & Helen Heenan, Cleary’s Filling Station, Charlie & Ellen Tighe Pump Hire, Seanie Egan Borrisokane.
Date for Diary
Camogie Club AGM on Friday 7th November 2014 at 8pm in GAA Complex Cloughjordan
5k Sponsored Walk on St. Stephen’s Day, Friday 26th December 2014 on the new walkway around Ardcroney field. All club members will receive their sponsorship cards shortly.