Kil­mac claims in­au­gu­ral Kil­ray Cup

Bray People - - News -

FOR the past year or so, a very pop­u­lar card game takes place on a Thurs­day night in the Glen­cor­mac Inn.

Friends from Kil­macanogue and Bray play ev­ery week for a lim­ited pot as the lounge is turned into an L.A. like a casino where chips (the one’s you can’t eat) are the new cur­rency for the night.

The games are on an In­di­vid­ual ba­sis but Daryl Tighe de­cided to see could he run a Kil­macanogue v Bray team com­pe­ti­tion over two weeks and the Glen­cor­mac Inn spon­sored the ‘Kil­ray Cup’.

Trevor Carr was ap­pointed cap­tain of the lo­cal team with Ron Ni­chol­son looking af­ter the Bray lads. Of course it was unimag­in­able that any­one could al­low those Bray lads come in and take away the tro­phy on its first ever ap­pear­ance and the Kil­macanogue boys recorded a com­pre­hen­sive victory.

Team cap­tain Trevor Carr was de­lighted with the victory and thanked all the lo­cal boys. Trevor stated ‘As I fol­low Liver­pool, I am not used to winning many tro­phies of late so it is nice to cap­ture this one.’ And the mes­sage to Trevor, like Man United will show, the trick is to learn how to de­fend it next year.

Spon­sor of the Kil­ray Cup, Tom Creaven of the Glen­cor­mac Inn, pre­sent­ing Trevor Carr, cap­tain of the winning Kil­macanogue Team, with the Cup.

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