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Our club un­veiled a plaque on the hurl­ing wall in our club grounds in hon­our of the late Peter Keogh on Sun­day morn­ing. The plaque was un­veiled by Club Chair­man Damien Byrne and Danny Byrne, Pres­i­dent of the club. Peter’s daugh­ters Josie and Breda, sis­ter Kath­leen and other mem­bers of the Keogh fam­ily at­tended.

County Chair­man Martin Cole­man and other mem­bers of the County Board at­tended along with a large gath­er­ing from the lo­cal com­mu­nity in­clud­ing the boys and girls from the four lo­cal na­tional schools; they played mini hurl­ing games in his hon­our. Peter had a great in­ter­est in this game with the lo­cal schools.

This hurl­ing wall on our club grounds was Peter’s idea back in 2006 as he trav­elled the coun­try with words say­ing, “Your not a hurl­ing club till you have a hurl­ing wall.” And the club granted his wish back then.

Josie Keogh, on be­half of the fam­ily, thanked the club for their kind ges­ture and for their help and sup­port over the past year. Rre­fresh­ments were served by the lo­cal ladies and the club wish to thank ev­ery­one for their help and sup­port on the day.

The first an­niver­sary mass for the late Peter Keogh takes place in Tal­bot­stown Church on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 25, at 6pm.

Our Ju­nior foot­ball team plays Bless­ing­ton in the Hen­nessey Cup in Kil­te­gan on Sun­day at 12 noon.

Date for your diary - Club din­ner dance in Tul­far­ris Ho­tel, Bless­ing­ton, Satur­day, March 11, with spe­cial guest on the night Michael O Muirc­heartaigh. Tick­ets €30.

Kil­te­gan lotto re­sults: 5, 13, 16, and 23. No winner. Bernie Mol­loy, Sheila O’Neill, Edel Ma­her and Diar­muid Cronin: €50 each. Next week’s draw takes place on Mon­day, Fe­bru­ary 13, in the Talk of the Town. Jack­pot: €11,000.

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