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- kilmeena v Tourmakeady U-16 League semifinal
On Thursday evening, our u16 boys were in the league semi final where we fell agonisingly short to Tourmakeady. After a great start by the away team, it took our lads awhile to get to the pace of the game but soon after our lads hit back with 4 goals from Oran Grimley (2), Sean Keane & Kyle Mulchrone and some well taken points by Cormac O’Malley & Patrick Feehan would keep us ahead. Some great saves by our goalkeeper Louie Corcoran ensured we were in front at halftime by 4 points. In the second half, Tourmakeady got off the mark hitting 3 points in a row and gaining momentum but points from our own Aaron Murray, Dean Staunton, Cormac O’Malley and Oran Grimley kept us ahead. However, Tourmakeady hit back with 2 goals and 4 points of there own and would see out the game from there. A brilliant effort from our lads this year in the league and have made huge progress over the last number of years and will hope to continue this fine run of form going into championship. Click on the following link to access photos from the match. https://photos.app.goo.gl/RuGJXrCBscWwU3N46
- Kilmeena 1-16 | Breaffy 3-08
Kilmeena senior ladies traveled to Breaffy for their second round game of the league on Sunday 21st May 2023. The game was reduced to 13 a side as Breaffy could not field 15. Things started off at a fast pace with both sides up and down the pitch at speed. Kilmeena started the brighter with a lot of attacks but failed to convert with three wides. Breaffy looked dangerous on the counter attack but Kilmeena managed to register two points before being hit by a sucker punch goal. Injuries to Fiona Groden, Mags Ryder and Roisin Carney forced all three to retire from the game which unsettled Kilmeena. Before the Kilmeena ladies could catch their breath, Breaffy struck a second goal. Points from play from Shannon Bourke, Emma Murray, Eabha Carney and a pointed free from Lisa Hastings kept the Kilmeena ladies in touch, however Kilmeena should have had a comfortable lead but for a high tally of wides. The Kilmeena backs were busy and some great interceptions and tackling from Maureen Joyce and Captain Sarah Mulchrone had the Breaffy ladies working hard to get scores. Breaffy finished the half ahead by two points at half time. The Kilmeena ladies setted after half time and got down to business. Shot selection improved and the scores started to add up, the deficit was over turned and Kilmeena took the lead. However Breaffy scored another goal to steal the lead with five minutes remaining. Kilmeena didn’t panic - some wonderful interplay brought the ball down the other end of the pitch and Ciara Joyce playing a brilliant second half rattled the net. Breaffy never looked beaten, but for some staunch defending and blocks by Abby McGreal, Siobhan Golden and Maureen Joyce the game could have swung back in their favour. However it was to be Kilmeena’s day and they won on a score of 1-16 to 3-08.
- Senior Ladies: Kilmeena 6-11 : 1-05 Ballinrobe
Kilmeena Senior Ladies played host to Ballinrobe Sunday morning last in the first round of the league. The sun shone brightly over St. Brendan’s Park for what transpired to be a very entertaining game. The first half was an intense and bruising affair as both teams tried to take control of the game. Kilmeena took the lead right from the off with some stylish attacking play, working from a strong defensive base. Playing against a strong breeze Kilmeena moved the ball through the hands, cutting open the Ballinrobe defence to take a commanding lead at the half time break 2-07 to 1-02. The second half saw Kilmeena continue to command the game as they repelled the Ballinrobe attack time after time. Some excellent defensive play from our full back line kept Ballinrobe scores to a minimum. Scores from Shannon Bourke, Lisa Hastings, Fiona Groden, Emma Murray and Eabhe Carney to name a few, put Kilmeena in a commanding position. Kilmeena’s pace, movement and desire were the difference in this tie as Kilmeena ran out worthy winners on a score line of 6-11 to 1-05. The whole team dug deep to secure the victory but, as the old saying goes: ‘It takes a player to shoot a shot. But it takes a team to win a game’. Kilmeena face Breaffy on Sunday morning next in round two of the league.
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ALL-IRELAND JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONS ONLINE LOTTO JACKPOT: €4,500 PLAY NOW LATEST NEWS 9 hours ago Senior Ladies Kilmeena 1-16 | Breaffy 3-08 Kilmeena senior ladies traveled to Breaffy for their second round game of the league on Sunday 21st May 2023. The game was reduced to 13... May 15 Senior Ladies Senior Ladies: Kilmeena 6-11 : 1-05 Ballinrobe Kilmeena Senior Ladies played host to Ballinrobe Sunday morning last in the first round of the league. The sun shone brightly over St.... May 11 Under 8 Kilmeena Cubs Training with a special guest The cubs were joined today by a special guest. A badger, as for who was under it, shall remain a secret. More photos here... May 9 Under 13 U14 Boys: Swinford 1-3 : 3-15 Kilmeena After a nervy start, Kilmeena U14s imposed themselves on this game, particularly in the second half, eventually winning by 15 points... 1/128 READ ALL NEWS COMMUNITY HEALTHY CLUB ROUNDERS Thank you to our sponsors:
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