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3rd and 4th Hurling Match v Dangan


Well done to the third and fourth class hurling team who were narrowly defeated by Dangan in the opening round of the Peadar O'Liatháin cup.


Despite the loss, the boys can feel very proud of their performance as they played very well throughout. Crucial goals at important moments in the match decided the match in Dangan's favour but the boys have two matches left to salvage their season!


Basketball Success


Our two basketball teams have had great success lately in the basketball.

They had two games each last week against Bohermeen and Robinstown.


In two keenly contested games, the girls unfortunately came out the wrong side of both games, despite their best efforts. The girls can feel very proud of their efforts which saw them come third in their group.


The boys lost their first game to Bohermeen but then recovered to defeat Robinstown in a thrilling encounter played in the hall in Kildalkey N.S.. They await the results of the other games in the group to see if they have made a final.

Well done to both teams and well done to their coaches Kitty and Brian!


Mini 7s Success

Well done to our Mini 7s hurling and camogie teams who have qualified for the county finals!

Our boys' team, captained by Daniel and Cian, beat Boardsmill and Longwood to qualify for the finals on Monday, 1st December.


Our girls' team, captained by Orla and Ellie, beat St. Mary's N.S., Trim and Gaelscoil na Bóinne to qualify for the finals on Wednesday, 3rd December.


Well done to both teams and best of luck in the finals!

Runners Up in Camogie Mini 7s

Well done to our terrific Mini 7s Camogie team who came in second place in the Mini 7s today!

The girls beat Gaelscoil na Bóinne and St. Mary's Trim to qualify for the finals a fortnight ago.

Today, they beat Boyerstown N.S. in the first round and then overcame Dunboyne N.S. 3-1 to 2-0 in the second match.


The final saw them pitted against Kiltale N.S.. Though battling hard throughout, scores from Orla, Sarah and Grace were not enough to beat a strong Kiltale team. However, the girls can feel very pleased with their day's work! Coming second in Meath is a great achievement!

Lastly, Orla, joint captain of the school, was chosen to play in Croke Park during the summer. Well done Orla and well done to the girls!


Boys' Football Final

Well done to our boys who qualified for the Division Two football final last Thursday, 14th November.

Playing a formiddable team in Yellow Furze, the boys settled to the task well. Two quickfire goals from Eoghan and Cian put Kildalkey in the driving seat. A five point lead at half time put Kildalkey into a good position and when Dylan netted straight after half time, they were in the ascendancy. Points from Billy, Cian, Luke put the result beyond doubt and when Cian Mc fired home with ten minutes left, Kildalkey were going through!

The boys' final is against Oldcastle next Saturday in Páirc Tailteann at 1.00. All support is welcome!

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