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Kilmacanogue Club Notes
On the playing field, our Junior A side all but kissed goodbye to their championship dreams on Sunday following a single point defeat to Baltinglass. It is now highly, highly unlikely that they will emerge from the group but they must put that setback behind them and make up for it in the league where they still boast a 100% record.
Our Junior B team on the other hand have two wins from two in their championship campaign and will look to top their group tomorrow evening when they take on Barndarrig. This side has come on leaps and bounds since forming at the start of the season and all support is encouraged for Hooper and the lads.
Off the field, the Owen and Joe Molloy Golf classic was held on Friday and as always it was a roaring success.
Over 34 teams took part but the cream of the crop were the team of Mark Quinn, Trevor Carr, Tom Byrne and Chris O Neill. Congratulations to the quarter. We would like to thank Gerry and Joan Blackbyrne for their hard work and the Molloy family for their continued support.
It is now only 11 days until we kickstart our 125 year anniversary celebrations with a field day. The day promises to be plenty of fun with events scheduled from 11:30am onwards. There will be matches played throughout the day with displays from the Historical Society, cubs, Ballinastoe tug o’ war, Bray Fire Brigade and Wicklow Karate not to mention competitions such as long pucks and skills competitions.
We hope everyone from Kilmacanogue and beyond will join us in the celebrations which will be continued in Sweeney’s car park from 7pm with a number of bands performing for the evening amongst other surprises.
The Cul Camps started on Monday with well over 70 young GAA enthusiasts registered we will have a full report next week on what promises to be another great event.
Finally, this is your last chance to purchase a pitchside advertising hoarding and become part of the club. A few limited spaces do remain and the ads will be revealed the day of the field day. Contact Jason Doyle on 087-7906486 for more details.