Killenaule-Moyglass Ladies Soccer.
Killenaule had their second win of the league last Sunday at home against Clonmel Celtic. The rain poured down for the first half but it did not stop Killenaule’s play and Edel O’Dwyer scored after Michelle Meagher put a great ball ahead of her 15 minutes into the game and five minutes later Edel dribbled through and crossed to Katie O’Regan who finished well. Celtic responded well and they were rewarded with a penalty on 35 minutes which they converted and that score line remained till half time.
In the second half Killenaule took control of the game with Erin Slattery dominating in the centre and they got behind the Clonmel defence but the keeper brought off great saves until Katie O’Regan broke through and placed it past the keeper . After that, the home team took over and Aoife O’Connor and Roisin Trehy both scored. Katie O’Regan scored two more goals before the referee blew up the game.
Team: Sharon Hanley, Eidin Murphy, Emer Barry, Aisling Dwyer, Erin Slattery, Michelle Meagher, Roisin Trehy, Katie O’Regan, Amiee Maloney, Edel O’Dwyer and Shauna Hayes. Subs used, Cait Murphy, Roisin O’Regan, Aoife O’Connor, Ellen Walsh and Hannah Stapleton.
Killenaule Ladies Football
Killenaule’s first adult Ladies football match was last Friday night in Scoil Ruain against Cahir in the Junior league. The girls started great with good points fom Jane Prendergast and Ailshe Meagher. Katie O’Regan scored a goal before Cahir got going and back into the game to lead by a point at half time. In the second half Cahir’s experience and County players took total control but Killenaule never gave in and kept Cahir working for all the scores. It finished Killenaule 1-7 to Cahir 2-12.
Team: Sharon Hanley, Grainne Fennelly, Ellen Lanigan, Ruth Kelly, Ellen Walsh, Eidin Murphy, Hannah Stapleton, Roisin Trehy (capt.) Nell Trehy, Ailshe Meagher, Roisin O’Regan, Emer Barry, Sophie Meehan, Katie O’Regan, Jane Prendergast and Fiona O’Connor.
Daffodil Day - A meeting of all local volunteers 2012 will be held in Ardagh House on this Thursday April 26 at 8pm, your attendance would be appreciated.
Clothes Collection - Any unwanted clothes, shoes, linen, soft toys, in good condition will be collected from St Mary’s Hall Killenaule on Thursday April 26 at 11am. No bags to be left overnight. Collection supports children orphanage in Kenya Africa organised by an Irish Society.
ICA - A Special meeting in Ardagh House on Tuesday, May 1 at 8pm, all members are requested to attend.
4th Green Flag - St Mary’s Central School has received its fourth Green Flag was received with great joy, its success is due to hard work of pupils and teachers. The 4th Green Flag will be raised shortly with a special day of celebrations.
SRD - The next management committee meeting will take place on Monday April 30 in Slieveardagh Heitage Centre Killenaule at 8pm sharp.
U14 Football Killenaule 6-6 Ballypooreen 1-1
U14 hurling Killenaule 0-3 Ballingarry 0-4
Senior Hurling Killenaule 3-17 Davins 0-11
The U14 footballers had an easy win last Monday night in the championship. The highlight of the match was the scoring exploits of E Shaw who scored 4-2.
Our U14 hurlers were unlucky losers in the Feile when a disallowed goal proved the difference in a low scoring game. With the focus so far being on football maybe it’s time to get out the hurleys. Our defence was on top throughout but we found scores hard to come by at the other end. Best on the day were Killian Dwyer, Gus Brown, Paudie Feehan, Dean O’Connor, Liam Meagher and Eoin Shaw.
The Senior Hurlers have all but qualified for the knockout stages of the South championship after a comfortable win over Davins. Having lost out to the same opposition last year we were well up for the match. The opening exchanges were close enough but once we came to grips with them we pulled away coming up to half time. We showed five changes from our first match and the players that came in acquitted themselves well. Best on the day were G. Kennedy, A Conran, T Doyle, Mouse, C Bergin, K Bergin, Bubbles and man of the match and top scorer Festy.
Next weekend we play Swan in the minor Football, the juniors will have a challenge and the big match will be our senior hurling match against Mullinahone. In the last few years we have struggled against them so we will see if we have made progress on Friday Evening in Fethard.
Get Well Soon
To Matthew O’Donnell who suffered a broken arm against the Davins. We will miss Matthew but he has reassured us he will be back before the year is out.
Trip To Ballyheigue
All arrangements have been pit in place for our club trip to Ballyheigue where we will play in a Senior Hurling Tournament. We plat Ballymartle of Cork in the semi final with the winners playing the winners of St. Rynaghs V Ballyheigue. Those who haven’t paid their deposit should do so immediately.
Our Jackpot is at €8600. Don’t Forget to do your lucky numbers with any of our promoters.
Our Monday night bingo is going well but we could still do with a few more players. So come along on Monday night with the first game at 8.30.