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The Kilmacanogue Junior D team who finished up their Division 5 north league campaign last Thursday with a fine win over An Tochar.

The Kilmacanogue Junior D team who finished up their Division 5 north league campaign last Thursday with a fine win over An Tochar.

Allison Cahill who turned 21 recently.

Allison Cahill who turned 21 recently.

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The Kilmacanogue Junior D team who finished up their Division 5 north league campaign last Thursday with a fine win over An Tochar.

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Happy 21st birthday Ally

With the euphoria of the Cup win last week, we forgot to wish an important young lady a very happy 21st. Allison “Ally” Cahill turned 21 years and celebrated with proud parents David and Sandra and big brothers Arron and Stephen and friends. We hope you had a good time Allison and best wishes for the next 21 from us all in the community.

Vintage Car Show

The Garden of Ireland Vintage Car Club (GOIVCC) will host the Tom Kennedy Memorial Vintage Car and Motorbike Show on Sunday 10th of July in the grounds of Kilmacanogue GAA Club. There will also be a dog show, music provided by DJ Brian Nolan plus catering on the day. Admission on the day is by donation and all proceeds will go to the “Make A Wish Foundation” in Tom’s memory. Please mark it in your diary and save the date as its just over a month away now.

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U13s defeated

Hard Luck to the Glencormac United Under 13s who were defeated 4-0 in their Jako Cup Final last Sunday afternoon. Paddy Merrigan and Jonathan Murray charges knew they were always going to have a tough task against a really strong St Anthony’s team who have been so good all season but the coaches were delighted with the effort the young Glens put in on the day with their never give up attitude. Well done all the Glens and congrats to St Anthony’s on a fine win on the day, they were just to good.

GAA League semi final

Best wishes to our Kilmacanogue GAA Senior team who have a League Semi Final in the Cullen Cup this Friday. As a reward for finishing Runners up in the league after a great campaign, Mark Kings charges face Laragh at home in Fitzsimmons Park for a place in the final. Support is welcome and throw in is 7-15pm and tea and biscuits will be served after in the fantastic Club house.

The Junior D team finished up their division 5 north league campaign last Thursday with a fine win over An Tochar. Three goals came from Nicky Casey, Rob O Connel and Sam O Callaghan along with scorers across the field in a strong all round performance from the lads seen them end their league campaign in style. The team finished in second spot in the league which now means they progress to the next round against division 5 south. Final score: Kilmacanogue 3-14, An Tochar 2-07. Well done to management and players on a fine league campaign to date

Plucks golf outing

The latest outing of the Plucks Golf Society will take place this Sat 2nd July in the K-Club. This is for the Presidents Prize and a special memorial cup will be launched in memory of former member Paddy “Wackers” Byrne which will be an honour for someone to win.

First tee off time is at 10;10 and the draw is as follows; (1) Capt Mick Holly, Graham Rooney, Mark Quinn; (2) Tom Byrne, Kevin Molloy, Colm Mulligan; (3) Anthony McGrath, Martin Joyce, Peter McKeown Snr, Ryan Tynan; (4) Brian Morgan, Chris O’Neill, Trevor Carr, Jimmy Messitt; (5) Paddy Byrne, Eddie Byrne, Peter McKeown Jnr, Greg O’Donnell; (6) Robbie Creavin, Colm Griffiths, Paul Dunne, A Lee; (7) Mick Rooney, Ian Devlin, Liam Finnerty, Paul Keegan; (8) Brendan Finnerty, Greg McDonald, Ed Mulligan, Graham Tighe; (9) Bob O’Donnell, Gerry Blackbyrne, Alan O’Neill, Conor Finn.

The Prize Giving will be in Plucks on Saturday evening at 8pm.


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