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  • Junior Championship Kilmeena v Ballycroy

    Due to reseeding work on the Ballycroy pitch, the Junior Championship game between Ballycroy and Kilmeena this Sunday the 20th May will be played in Bangor at 2:00 pm. Your support would be appreciated.

  • The Annual Paddy Golden Memorial Blitz

    The Annual Paddy Golden Blitz will take place on Saturday 16th June at 10am. This is an under 10 Boys blitz and is open to all under 10 West Mayo Clubs. If your club would like to enter a team please contact Trish on 086 8281455. Under10 Girls blitz will also take place but this will be for local clubs only. More details in the coming weeks.

  • Help Wanted For Match Days.

    It has been brought to the Clubs attention that there is a reluctance by parents to get involved and help out with umpiring or to do linesman/woman on match evenings/days and especially when our own Club is playing at home.This is unfair on your child/children and on the Management team who cannot be expected to do this task. We are requesting parents from hereon, to make themselves available to do these jobs when asked by a member of the team management, and it is a tremendous way to become involved and encourage your child and the team.

  • Kilmeena GAA Club has teamed up with SuperValu Westport to help our club receive free footballs

    Kilmeena GAA Club has teamed up with SuperValu Westport to help our club receive free footballs. What do we get? Kids Azzurri training footballs for boys and girls under 8 years old. How does it work? Every time you spend €20 in a single transaction in SuperValu Westport you will receive one voucher. The till operator will hand you a pre-printed voucher along with your till receipt at the time of payment Drop this voucher in the club's entry box located at the customer service desk in-store When 2,000 vouchers have been collected, SuperValu will send our club free footballs.

  • 2018 Gaelic 4 Teens Programme

    Report by Colm Barrett Kilmeena LGFC were selected for the 2018 Gaelic 4 Teens programme which commenced at the end of February last. The programme is a participation-based initiative run over 8 weeks aimed at increasing the retention rate of teenage girls aged 15-17 years in clubs. It is essential to create a clear player pathway in every club and it is vital that all clubs invest time in recruiting and retaining teenage girls in their structures. Through the Gaelic4Teens initiative clubs are provided with a new and fun avenue to retain these players usually subject to an increased level of dropout. Just a brief overview the programme will work closely with coaches, influencing the content of their coaching sessions as well as establishing the best ways for coaches to communicate with their players. The programme will be monitored and evaluated to ensure that it achieves the aim of having a direct impact on the retention of players. As well as tailoring training sessions, there is a focus on education that will see star inter-county players Sharon Courtney (Monaghan), Cliodhna O’Connor (ex-Dublin), and Orlagh Farmer (Cork)assisted by William Harmon (Kerry)National Development Of provide expertise and advice to participants throughout the duration of the programme. The research that prompted the development of the Gaelic4Teens programme revealed that players play for enjoyment, to keep fit and healthy, to relieve stress and because their friends also play. The reasons highlighted for giving up the sport are that they don’t get enough playing time, there is no fun at training, that it is too competitive and that they are treated differently. The aims of the Gaelic4Teens Programme are - To increase the retention rates of teenage girls playing Ladies Gaelic football in a club. To provide a unique programme of Ladies Gaelic Football activities to attract girls aged 15-17 years. To educate coaches in relation to the needs and interests of teenage girls in sport. To develop athletic and social skills for girls in a safe and nurturing environment. Click here for images from the Gaelic 4 Teens event last Saturday the 12th May, courtesy of Colm Barrett. For additional images courtesy of Ollie Mulchrone click here.

  • U-16 Boys League Division 2 County Semi Final

    The U-16 Boys League Division 2 County Semi Final takes place tomorrow evening Monday the 14th May, Kilmeena v Bohola Moy Davitts in Foxford at 7:00 pm. Please support.

  • U16 Boys secure semi-final spot

    U16 Boys Gaelic Football League – Division 2, Round 7. Tuesday 8th May, 2018 Kilmeena v Breaffy In this final round match, Kilmeena were away to Breaffy. Throw-in was set for 7pm and a win here would guarantee Kilmeena a semi-final spot in the division. Weather conditions were dry with a light breeze; providing an ideal evening for football. With Breaffy setting up defensively, good scoring opportunities were at a premium during the early stages of the game and the first quarter had elapsed before Ian Murphy got Kilmeena on the scoreboard. Breaffy responded soon afterwards with a point from a free. Round about the 20 minute mark, Kian Moore felt unwell and had to leave the field. His replacement, Harry Sheridan slotted in at full forward and it wasn’t long before he landed Kilmeena’s first goal. Kilmeena tapped on 4 further points and Breaffy 2 points to give a half time scoreline of 1 – 5 to 3 points in favour of the visitors. Kian Moore returned to the field of play for the second half and Kilmeena continued to press the Breaffy defence. A high looping ball into the Breaffy goal mouth area was fisted into the back of the net by Sean Prenty, to give the visitors a positive start to the second half. This was followed shortly afterwards by another major from the boot of Jason McGlynn. The Kilmeena lads were now cruising but Breaffy mounted a fightback and through a combination of scores from open play and a number of pointed frees, the home side were back to within 3 points of the visitors. It was then that the Kilmeena lads had to dig a little deeper - defending resolutely for the final 5 minutes of the contest. In the dying minutes of the contest, Kilmeena broke forward into the Breaffy half of the field, utilising excellent running play and a final pass to Sean Prenty; who blasted the ball to the Breaffy net, to seal the result for the visitors. So a good away win for Kilmeena. Next up – a Semi Final contest away to Bohola Moy Davitts, on Monday 14th May, 2018. The panel present this evening comprised of the following: Cathal Cawley, Ben Lennon, Adam Sheridan, Tom Smythe, Oisin Grimley, Ronan O’Donnell, Robbie Staunton, Mikey Hastings, Kian Moore, Mark Hastings, Jason McGlynn, Ian Murphy, Chris McNally, Cillian O’Grady, Sean Prenty, Daniel O’Malley, Jack Walsh, Harry Sheridan, Darragh Slattery. Kilmeena; 4 - 7 Breaffy; 1 - 10

  • Kilmeena U-14 Boys V Moy Davitts

    Kilmeena U-14 boys played Moy Davitts on Thursday evening the 10th May. Both teams were evenly matched in a closely contested game from the throw in. Some great skill was displayed from both sides considering the difficult conditions with a strong breeze blowing across the field. Congratulations to Moy Davitts who won the game with the final score of; Kilmeena 3-07 to Moy Davitts 4-08 Click here for images from the match

  • Mulloy Shellfish kindly sponsor Gear Bags.

    Kilmeena LGFA are very thankful to Mulloy Shellfish for sponsoring gear bags to our girls travelling to Abbestown tommorow 12th May. The girls are taking part in the "Gaelic4teens" event. Kitty Mulloy making the presentation to John McDonald, Chairman of Kilmeena LGFA also included in photo are some of the girls who are taking part in this event.

  • Ronan Lally, Lloyds Pharamcy kindly Sponsors Gear

    Kilmeena Ladies Football Club would like to sincerely thank Ronan Lally, Lloyds Pharmacy, Westport for his kind sponsorship. Ronan sponsored Zippys to our girls taking part in the Gealic4teens Programme at GAA National Games Development Centre in Abbottstown,  Dublin on Saturday the 12th of May. The girls are delighted to be wearing this gear for the event. Kilmeena LGFA is the only club from Mayo to be selected to take part in this project. Well done to all involved. Ronan Lally, presenting the new zippys  to John McDonald, Chairman of Kilmeena LGFA. Also in photo Ollie Mulchrone Club Secretary and some members of  the club who are attending the Gaelic4Girls Event.

  • Kilmeena V Bonniconlon Mayo Senior League Division 3, 5th May 2018.

    Kilmeena Juniors played Bonniconlon Saturday evening the 5th May in St Brendan’s sports Park Kilmeena. Despite having home advantage Kilmeena were defeated by the narrowest of margins on a score line of; Kilmeena 0-12 to Bonniconlon 0-13 To see some more images from the game click here

  • A win away for Our Minor Girls

    Kilmeena V Cill Chomain League Round 2 The Kilmeena Minor Ladies made the long trip to North Mayo to play against Cill Chomain in Round 2 of the league on Wednesday 2nd May, 2018. After passing the Corrib gas field, the goal posts could be seen in the distance. Kilmeena played with the wind in the first half and created numerous scoring chances. Lisa Rose got an early goal which was followed by goals from Katie Hogan and Shannon Bourke . Aoife Roche, Jamie Geraghty, Katie Hogan, Shannon Bourke and Ciara Joyce added points in the first half. Some great defending limited Cill Chomain to a single point and the teams went in at half time with Kilmeena leading 3 – 6 to 0 - 1. The second half was dominated by Kilmeena and again good defending and goal keeping prevented Cill Chomain scores. Kilmeena managed to get a single point only in the second half scored by Katie Hogan. After playing some good football against the wind and creating a lot of chances. It was a good win for the ladies who now take a break from competitive football until after exams. Best of luck to all our girls who are preparing for the upcoming Junior and Leaving Cert exams. Kilmeena 3 – 7 Cill Chomain 1 - 1 Team: Susannah Horgan, Chloe McGing, Dearbhla Grealis, Nina Mathestein, Sarah Mulchrone(Capt), Ava Ryder, Laura Kelly, Lilly Brady, Katie Hogan (1-2), Sophie Flynn, Jamie Geraghty(0-1), Ciara Joyce(0-1), Shannon Burke(1-2), Lisa Rose(1-0) and Aoife Roche(0-1). Subs: Laura Moore, Holly Barrett, Sarah Harper and Molly Moore. Match report: Michael Moore.

  • Good win for the Kilmeena U-12 boys.

    Kilmeena U-12 boys played Burrishoole on Monday evening the 30th April in St. Brendan's Sports Park Kilmeena. Both teams played their hearts out in a tight match which was enjoyed by a good crowd of spectators. Kilmeena won the game on a final score line of; Kilmeena 7-02 to Burrishoole 3-05. Click here for photos

  • Kilmeena U-14 Girls off to a winning start

    Congratulations to the Kilmeena U-14 Girls and Management who won their opening round of the league this evening in St Brendan’s Sports Park Kilmeena. It was a closely contested game against a very competitive Tourmakeady side. Final Score; View the photos here Kilmeena 1-09 Tourmakeady 1-04

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