KIL­BRIDE

Bray People - - Sport -

Kil­bride’s Caitri­ona McK­eon cap­tained the Wick­low ladies against Antrim on Sun­day and lined out at full­back. Prob­a­bly the high­est in­di­vid­ual ac­co­lade she could as­pire to. Well done from ev­ery­body in­volved in the club and the vil­lage. Un­for­tu­nately the Wick­low ladies lost the match by a sin­gle goal.

Ed­die Craul’s ca­reer as an in­ter-county ref­eree has moved to a new level, Ed­die will of­fi­ci­ate in head­quar­ters on St. Valen­tines Day. He takes con­trol of the Ju­nior All-Ire­land Club Fi­nal. An­other mile­stone achieved by the club. Well done Ed­die.

Lorcan Clarke will take over the reins this year and man­age both the In­ter­me­di­ate and Ju­nior C Men’s teams. Good luck to Lorcan for 2009.

The Club Lotto was won by an­other happy lo­cal, Bunny Hy­land €4,300. Con­grat­u­la­tions Bunny. The num­bers were 5, 7 and 26. The jack­pot re­verts back to €800, get your tick­ets from any com­mit­tee mem­ber. Shortly you will be able to buy your tick­ets on­line.

The Wick­low GAA mag­a­zine was launched last week, an ex­cel­lent pub­li­ca­tion. Well done to Bren­dan Lawrence from Knockananna and his team of con­trib­u­tors. The cost is three eu­ros and our club must take 25 from the county board and sell them. So if you would like a mag­a­zine ev­ery month con­tact Diar­muid@kil­bride­gaa.com or 086-3113443. A few were left into the school for demon­stra­tion pur­poses.

A club Race Night will be held in Mooney’s pub on Satur­day the 28th of Fe­bru­ary or the 7th of March, you can pur­chase jock­eys, horses and spon­sor­ship from any com­mit­tee mem­ber.

The Un­der­age Dis­tricts will kick off in Fe­bru­ary, train­ing should com­mence shortly.

We wish Mandy and Niall Too­lis the very best with the ar­rival of Alex ‘the bomber’ Too­lis a few weeks ago.

James Cahill has agreed to be­come the club PRO, he will take over the club notes as of next week. Thanks James.

Fi­nally the Obama pres­i­dency hangs in the bal­ance; ap­par­ently the Cork hurlers aren’t happy!!! Good­bye!

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Ireland

© PressReader. All rights reserved.