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26/03/12

posted 4 Apr 2012, 06:16 by KD Kickhams

Kickham Gear.

We have just got this years order of Kickham togs from Juvenile to Adult as well as Socks and Kickham Gear bags in Small and large, For details ring Sean on 087-2646441     

 

Senior Hurling.

Co League
Our seniors put up a great display in the first half of their match away to Portroe and were deserving of their lead of 1-10 to 1-6 at half time. However almost within a minute of the restart
the north reps had pulled level with a goal and a point. This really rattled our lads and unsettled them for a while, but they never gave up and matched their opponents in all positions, however
it was the portroe team’s ability to take their goal chances that gave the final score a very lobsided look to what had been a cracking even tussle for a lot of the duration. The final score was
Portroe 5-15 Kickhams 1-13.

 

JuniorHurling

Co League

Kickhams junior hurlers were beaten by St Patricks in Cloneen on Sunday morning last. This was tight game that had both sides level at the break on the score 1-3 to 0-6. The second half was an
equally tight affair but the outcome of the game was decided by two more goals from the south reps who emerged victorious on the score St Patricks 3-10 Kickhams 0-14.

 

CONGRATS.
Congrats to neighbouring club secretary, John Curivan (Golden/Kilfeacle) on his Presidents award.
 
Website
Keep up to date with club happenings on our website www.kdkickhams.tipperary.gaa.ie

 

JUVENILE GAA

U/8 & U/10 Training

U8 and U10 boys and girls are back training Saturday Mornings 11 o clock to 12    Please bring €2 per family

U12

We have three teams taking part again this year. Their first matches began last Sunday evening with the A`s having  a win over Arravale Rovers and the B`s going down narrowly to Cashel.
All three teams are out this Thursday, Check fixtures for details and all teams will be informed by text. Best of luck to the three teams for the coming season.

 

U14

Our u14 team played a strong Cashel side in Feile na Gael on Saturday last. Our boys played very well  but were beaten 2 -07 to 1 -04 . Hard luck boys


U16
Our u16 played Arravale Rovers in the first round of the Football League on Monday last ,check results section for more details

 

CAMOGIE NOTES

Juvenile Training

All the Juvenile groups are back training outside on Friday evenings; all players will be notified by text of training times. All the girls are looking forward to the coming season.


Junior.
The Junior Ladies are in full swing this year with training and challenge matches already. All juniors will be notified by text of training dates and matches. Keep up the good work Ladies

 
KNOCKAVILLA SCHOOL.

FLOAT VICTORY

Knockavilla National School Parents Association are delighted to announce their great success in this years St. Patrick's Day Parades.  Their float "Mr Paddy, The Smiling Fish" won joint
1st in the Cashel Parade on Saturday 17th and was overall winner of 1st prize in the Thurles Parade on Sunday 18th.  It was a visual delight for all spectators.
 
"Mr Paddy" was made by Scoil Mhuire Knockavilla national school children and their parents out of recycled materials and represents Pisces.  The project theme was about giving the children
a sense of identity.  At the parades the children wore t-shirts which they stencilled themselves in school with their own Zodiac sign on them. Congratulations to all involved on
such a great achievement.
 

KNOCK PILGRIMAGE.
The annual pilgrimage of Our Lady’s Sodality to Knock shrine will take place on the 29th and 30th of May.


Clinic.
Deputy Mattie McGrath will hold an Advice Clinic in Bertie's Bar, Dundrum on Monday 2nd April at 5.15pm

 

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