In the time that we are experiencing, this is probably the most opportune time to remind present players and parishioners, of the team that captured the coveted McDonnell Cup for the first time in the history of the Club, beating Carramore in the County Junior Final on a gloomy Sunday in McHale Park Castlebar.
A good number of the U-14 team that brought the first county title to the Club in 1970 also featured on the team.
The 2019 season began in early January. The management team of John Reilly, Darren Madden and David Feehan remained in place to continue with the team’s progression from 2018. This season Pat Grady was added to the management. In his role as a member of the sideline support team, the ever-present James Keane – as “maor uisce” – ensured the team always performed at their best. Sean Ryder continued his duties as captain for the...
Kilmeena laid a solid first half foundation in their win over Erris St. Pats in the U21 County Seni-Final yesterday in Ballyheane. They now play Ardmoys MacHales in the County D Final next Sunday December 1st in Knockmore at 12 noon.
We are saddened to record the untimely death of Eamonn Geraghty formerly of Rosduane. Brother of John (Rosduane) and Mary (Islandeady). Eamonn was a regular member of the Kilmeena Junior team in the '60s and early '70s winning a West Mayo medal with the Club in 1968. His funeral mass takes place tomorrow in St.Brendan's Church at 12 noon with burial afterwards in Myna cemetery.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.