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Mini 7s Football 2019

Well done to the boys' Mini 7s football team who qualified for the county finals on Wednesday, 21st March 2019.

The boys beat Ballivor, Athboy and Rath Cairn on a very blustery day in Dunganny. 

Well done to the boys - apologies for the lack of photos!

Girls' Mini 7s Camogie 2019

Well done to the girls' Mini 7s Camogie team who qualified for the County finals.

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In a qualifying group containing Longwood and Kiltale, they played extremely well against tough opponents.

First up was a very tight encounter against Kiltale, which Kildalkey just about edged by a goal.

They then faced Longwood, who they defeated in a tight affair by 3-3 to 2-1.

Well done to the girls, and their captains Lucy and Meadhbh, and they now look forward to the finals on Wednesday, April 3rd.

Girls Mini 7s Football 2019

Girls Mini7s

Well done to the girls' football Mini 7s team.

Played in blustery conditions in Dunganny, the girls had four tough matches. 

After defeating Mulhussey in the first round, Kilcloon proved too strong in the second round. They then drew with Ballivor and then finished on a high with a great victory over Longwood.

Well done to the girls, and to their captains, Ava and Ava-Marie.

Boys' Mini 7s Hurling 2019

Well done to the Boys' Hurling Mini 7s team who qualified for the county finals this week.

Boys Mini7s

They beat Trim, Gaelscoil na Bóinne, Longwood and Kilbride to secure their spot.

We look forward to the finals' day in April!

Well done to the boys and their captains, Aaron and Conor B!

Boys' Final Despair

Hard luck to the boys who lost their Division Two football final against Wilkinstown N.S. on Saturday, November 25th.

In what a tough and enthralling encounter, Kildalkey got off the mark wiith a fine score from Caemerhon. Tight defending from Wilkinstown limited them to one more score from Cian before half time, leaving the half time score 0-4 to 0-2.

The second half saw Kildalkey launch wave after wave of attack but Wilkinstown held firm. Fine scores from Aaron, Caemerhon and Jamie saw Kildalkey down by two at the death and when the final whistle blew, it was in Wilkinstown's goal mouth, trying desperately to get the winning score.

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However, it wasn't to be. The boys can feel very proud of their performance, which saw them defend superbly for long periods and a little more luck could well have seen them sneak a win at the death. Particularly unfortunate was the injury to Jamie before the match.

The boys can hold their heads high though after what was a terrific campaign.

Boys Final

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