The under-13s were away to Ashford Rovers in the under-13 Premier two league and lost out on a 4-1 score line. The Glens took the lead after about 10 Mins with a cracker of a volley from well out the field from John Fox after their keeper kicked the ball out and John met it on the volley to place it back over his head. Glens continued to be the better team in the first half but conceded an equaliser just before half time. In the second half, it went downhill however and Ashford fully deserved their win. This Sunday morning the team have an important cup quarter final at home to Arklow Town so hopefully they can get back to winning ways. Support for the team would be welcomed.
The seniors were at home to St Fergal’s on Sunday and recorded an impressive 5-1 victory. This was perhaps the best display of the season with everyone up for the fight and battling for every ball. James Delahunty scored early on and then, Ben Callaghan made it two just before the break. James got his second and Glens third goal finishing off a nice move before Fergals pulled one back. However, two second half substitutes Sam Kerr and Dave Kelly sealed a great win for the team.
Gareth Power receives the Kilmacanogue GAA Clubperson of the Year Award for 2016 from Kevin Molloy at the club’s AGM in the Glenview Hotel on Friday last.