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26/09/11

posted 28 Sep 2011, 03:11 by KD Kickhams

Senior Hurling.

Our senior hurlers travelled to Templederry on Saturday last to play Moneygall in the semifinal of the Seamus O’ Riain Cup. This was a cracking game of hurling and it was a game that was in doubt almost up to the final whistle. But our lads pulled out all the stops and were deserving winners on the score 3-17 to 3-15. We now meet Moycarkey Borris in the O’ Riain Cup final which will precede the County Senior hurling final in Semple Stadium which is fixed for the 16th of October. It is amazing how fast a season can turn around and it would be a great boost for the club to go one step further and win it out and we are all behind this great group and we wish them the very very best on the day. Team and scorers Patrick Ryan, Cathal Morrissey, Jason Loughman, Michael Shanahan, Damian Mc Grath, Eoin Carew, Brian Horgan, Patrick O'Brien (0-3, 0-1  free), David Butler (0-1),  Johnny Ryan (0-8, 0-4 frees), Daniel Breen, Daragh Browne, Paul O'Dwyer (1-3), Fergal Horgan (1-2), Padraig Slattery (1-0). Subs: Aidan Heney for Fergal Horgan at half time as Fergal was refereeing Co.Quarterfinal in Thurles. Patrick Ryan for Daragh Browne, Niall O'Brien for Padraig Slattery. We wish our clubmen Paul, Jason and Eoin the very best when they travel down under this week. We hope everything goes well for them and we look forward to seeing them back in the club colour’s in the Spring.
 

Sympathy.

  We extend our deepest sympathies to Mrs Theresa O’ Dwyer and family Ballygriffin on the recent death of her beloved husband Liam. We also offer our condolences to his extended family relative’s neighbours and friends on their sad loss. In his youth Liam wore the black and amber of Kickham’s with pride and in later year years his children were to continue that tradition. Liam was also very involved in the setting up of Dundrum Athletic club in the early sixties. As a mark of respect to Liam and the O’Dwyer family the club provided a guard of honour in conjunction with the athletic club at his removal to Knockavilla Church . Ar dhéis Dé go raibh a anam.  


Juvenile Club Notes.

U16 (B) West Hurling Champions.

 Our U16 team contested the West U16B Final in Clonoulty on Saturday evening against Emly/Treacys . Both teams started strongly swapping points between them from play and frees. The Combo were first
 to score a goal and this seemed to settle them but our boys fought on for every ball and went  in at the break trailing by a goal  1-06 to 0-06.  The second half started with the same intensity as the first with our lads increasing the pressure on the combo culminating in a goal coming from Fionn Hogan. The combo came back to lead again by a point with injury time approaching.  A major effort by all the team led to two more points to win the match by one single point.  This display was a great effort by all the panel and credit to the mentors for a great result. CONGRATULATIONS
Team: Sean Butler, Killian O Meara, Thomas Hayes Capt,. John Ryan ,Padraig O’ Carroll, Fionn Hogan (1-01), Brian Hand ,Walter O Carroll (0-01), Killian Loughman (0-07f), Elliot Thompson, Jim Ryan,
Brendan Ryan (0-04) ,Ger Browne, Andre Mc leod, Evan Hickey, Nathan Ryan, Phelim Carberry, Joseph Lonergan, Eoin Hand, Alex Lebret. Mentors Kevin McCarthy, Simon Loughman , Michael Shanahan,
Margaret O Carroll.

 

U/8 Hurling.

 Our U8`s A and B teams travelled to Clonoulty last Thursday evening to play the home team in two games under lights. The A`s had a good tough match which ended in a draw, whereas the B`s were
easy winners of their match.  Well done to all teams and mentors for a good nights hurling.  The U8`s and U10`s are travelling to Boherlahan next Saturday morning for a Blitz, all to be there for 10 o`clock sharp.

 


Camogie Club notes

U6 & U/8 Camogie

  Our U6 and U8 have come to an end for this season, well done to all the girls involved.

 

U/12 Camogie

  The U/12 team was away again last Saturday in Ballycahill to Holycross/Ballycahill. We started very strong fighting for every ball and Lauran Horgan and Leah Gallagher scored two goals. We went in leading by those two goals. Holycross had the breeze in the second half and fought their way back to reduce our lead. Our girls were under a lot of pressure in this half and were relieved when Lauran scored her second goal, but Holycross leveled with minutes to go leaving it  a draw at the final whistle. Thanks to all who travelled to support the girls. Next match is away to Borrisleigh at 3.00 on Saturday next. Training for U12`s Wednesday evening. Team: Clara Walsh, Sinead Furlong, Sinead Ryan, Megan McCormack Ciara Ryan Capt. Keri-Ann Walsh Cariofa Crowe Rachel O Carroll Leah Gallager (1-0), Sinead Hayes, Aoife Ryan, Caoimhe McCarthy, Jade Hogan, Faye O Meara, Sarah Mae Crosse, Emer Heffernan, auran Horgan (2-0).

 


Website

We have updated our website www.kdkickhams.tipperary.gaa.ie We will continue to include up to date results & fixtures for all clubs teams as well as all other club activities. Why don’t you take a look and let us know what you think. Tell family & friends that may be away and would like to keep up to date with club happenings.If you spot any errors let us know and we can correct them.


Kickham gearbags now in stock.

Kickham Gear bags, togs and socks are available in all sizes from juvenile to adult and can be purchased from Sean Breen at 062-71131 /087 -2646441 or Paddy Fitzgerald @ 087-9370958.


Table Quiz.

A sincere thank you to all who supported in any way the table Quiz in aid of Cystic Fibrosis which was held in Leahy’s Bar Tipperary Town on last Thursday night. A great time was had by all and much needed funds were raised on the night

 

Badminton returns.
Badminton continues for the winter months in the Scout Centre Dundrum every Monday and Thursday night until May. It’s a great way to have fun, meet new friends and keep fit at the same time.
So come along on Monday and Thursday nights. All are welcome
 

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