Kilruane MacDonaghs Notes November 28th 2022
Our junior footballers qualified for the County final of the ‘B’ championship with a hard-earned 2-5 to 0-10 victory over Cappawhite in Newport. Aided by the wind in the first half, MacDonaghs led by 2-2 to 0-4 at the interval with Carl Williams scoring both goals. With the wind in their backs Cappawhite eliminated the deficit and with forty-nine minutes gone the sides were level. Points from substitutes Cian Darcy and Seamus Hennessy edged MacDonaghs two clear. In the 60th minute Cappawhite converted a 45 to leave the minimum between the sides and that’s how it finished. Boherlahan Dualla will provide the opposition in the final which is scheduled for next weekend.
Team: Kevin Shinners, Ross Austin, Eoin Hogan, Oisín O’Meara, Kevin Oakley, Aaron Morgan, Robert Austin, Sean McAdams, Kian O’Kelly, Matthew Moyles (0-1), Jerome Cahill, Devlin Courtney, Nathan Lynch, Carl Williams (2-2, 0-2 frees), Matthew Spain. Subs: Cian Darcy (0-1), Conor Austin, Seamus Hennessy (0-1), James Cleary, Ciaran Coffey.
In the second round we are at home to Silvermines this weekend. Fixture details to be confirmed.
The footballers play in the County ‘B’ quarter-final this weekend. Fixture details to be confirmed.
The Annual General Meeting will be held in the Clubroom on this Friday, 2nd December at 8.30pm. All are welcome to attend. Mass for deceased members will be celebrated in Cloughjordan Church on Sunday, 4th December at 11.00am.
Best wishes to our senior goalkeeper Páidí Williams who headed to Sydney last Monday. Páidí will play with the Cormac McAnallens Club while he is in Sydney.
Congratulations to the Ardcroney NS team of Shane O’Meara, Paul Williams and Rory McLoughney who won the County Final of the Primary Schools GAA Quiz in Thurles on Sunday evening. Mark Cleary and Tadhg Teefey, who were on the team in the North final, were sick and unable to take their places for the County final. Rory McLoughney proved to be a very able replacement.
The Jackpot now stands at a very attractive €3,200. Tickets are available from the usual outlets or you can join on Clubforce.com. Thanks for your continued support.
Ardconey Community Field Committee is organising a Poker Classic in Carney on this Sunday, 4th December Registration is at 5.45pm. Entry fee €20. Your support would be appreciated.
The club extends sympathy to the family of the late David Wakefield, Stoneyacre, Cloughjordan.