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Well done to the U-14s who put in a great per­for­mance on Mon­day and de­feated Avon­dale in the League on a score­line of 8-1 to 4-0. The U-16s didn’t play on Wed­nes­day as Knockananna couldn’t field. On Fri­day un­for­tu­nately we didn’t have enough U-12 B play­ers to fu­fill our fix­ture. With ev­ery­body back in school this week hope­fully this will be rec­ti­fied.

Good luck to our U-12s who play Glenealy in the re­fixed semi-fi­nal of the U-12 B Cham­pi­onship on Tues­day. The U-16s play Kil­te­gan in the quar­ter-fi­nal of the Shield on Wed­nes­day. Good luck to the In­ter­me­di­ates who play in the fi­nal of their Shield on Sun­day evening. This will be in An­nacurra at 5.45 p.m. The U-10s play their last game in the Dublin League on Sun­day morn­ing v. Thomas Davis.

Our an­nual trip to the All-Ire­land camogie fi­nal takes place on the 14th Septem­ber. This year its Cork v. Gal­way. The U-21 hurl­ing fi­nal forms a dou­ble-header with this game. More de­tails next week.

Well done to the Kil­coole rep­re­sen­ta­tives on the County Camogie squad which trav­elled to Ty­rone at the week-end for the All-Ire­land Blitz where they reached the fi­nal for the first time - Nicky Keddy, Ni­amh Don­nelly, Roisin Mul­ford, Frances Kearns and Jes­sica Mor­ris­sey.

Seán O'Brien of Balt­in­glas goes to ground as Bray's Stephen Fox closes in dur­ing the Se­nior foot­ball cham­pi­onship quar­ter-fi­nal in Aughrim.

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