Horse Show and quiz - The annual Kilmacanogue Horse Show will take place on Saturday, July 27, so please mark it in your diaries.
But before the big show, a table quiz will be held this Friday (14th) in the Powerscourt Arms Hotel in Enniskerry. A table of four costs €40 and the quiz will kick off at 8 p.m. and your support would be greatly appreciated.
This committee and group are run on a purely voluntary basis and so many charities and organisations, many of whom in Kilmacanogue, have benefited greatly from the show and are extremely grateful for these very kind donations. Please support the quiz and the show if you can.
Music in Calary
The following are the programmes for June 2019 in Calary Church. Up first on Friday, June 21, Musici Ireland with Lance Coburn (piano) Miriam Roycroft (cello) and Beth McNinch (viola) will perform Beethoven's Eyeglass Duo, Schumann's Marchenbilder, Da Falla's Suite Popular Española, Carl Vine's five Bagatelles and Brahms's Piano Trio in A minor Op. 114.
Tuesday, June 25, Ellen Jansson (piano) will perform Beethoven's Sonata in A-flat Op. 26, Debussy's Feux d'artifice, Alexina Louie's 'Warrior' from Scenes from a Jade Terrace, Bach's Chromatic Fantasie and Fugue and Liszt's Ballade No two. Local artist, Declan Cooke (piano) will perform Edvard Greig's 'Wedding Day at Troldhaugen'.
Thursday, June 27, The Janet Ashe Memorial Concert: Adam Heron (piano) will perform Bach's French Suite No. Three in B-minor BWV 814, Schubert's Piano Sonata No. 16 in A-minor D. 845, Albéniz's Iberia, Cuaderno one and Beethoven's Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor Op. 27 No. Two 'Moonlight'. Local artist, Jack Lawlor (piano), will play Chopin's Nocturne in Eb major, Debussy's Clair de Lune and Debussy's La Fille Aux Cheveux de Lin.
All concerts begin at 8 p.m. and tickets, which are €18 and €15 for concessions, are available from John 01 2818146 or be emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Soccer summer camp
The Glencormac United annual summer Camp for children aged from four to 14 will once again take place from Monday, July 1, to Friday, July 5, at Ryders Field. The cost is €60 for first child and €90 for two and €120 for a family of three or more.
The Camp will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. The club need to get an idea of attendees so can you please book your children in in the comments section.
Three of Glencormac United's soccer team were in action last weekend. The under-nines played Coolboy and were beaten ibn a series of matches against a bigger Coolboy side.
The under-10s faced Roundwood, who beat the glens in their series of matches the Glens goals coming from Ben Merrigan, Darragh Murray, Killian Kearns, James Ward and Tadgh Reynolds in a good team display.
The under-11s lost 4-3 to St Patrick's of Avoca. Toby Wainwright Smith, Cian Levins and Seán Prendergast were the goalscorers and manager Paul Prendergast was delighted with the performance of all 13 of his panel.
The garden of Ireland Vintage Car Club will host the Tom Kennedy Vintage and Classic Car Show at Kilmacanogue GAA Club on Sunday, July 14, from midday. All Vintage and Classic Cars, Trucks and Motor Cycles are welcome and entry is by a donation at the gate on the day.
All proceeds will go to St Anne's Oncology Ward in St Vincent's Hospital, Dublin.
The senior game against Newtown last Friday night was called off due to a bereavement in Newtown and Kilmacanogue GAA Club wish to send their condolences his family and the club. There was however some great junior action during the week.
The under-13s played a thrilling draw with St Kevin's. They were four points down at halftime, hit back to lead by seven points with 10 minutes to go, found themselves three points down with minutes to go but snatched a draw. Managers Garreth Power and Eddie Bradshaw were delighted with the effort of all 17 of the panel.
The minors lost to St Patrick's but were missing 11 players between holidays and leaving certificate exams.
Finally, congratulations to the under-12 ladies' team who travelled to Rathdrum recently to play their final match in the league. With the league already wrapped up, they still played out of their skin to stayed undefeated throughout the league campaign. The final score in the match was 5-5 to 2-0 and selectors Christopher Fox and Pamela Prendergast are very proud of these up and coming stars. Well done to the champions.
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