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Football Blitz

In June, the footballers from 4th, 5th and 6th class took part in a football blitz, consisting of eight different teams. Eventually, the eight team were whittled down to four.

On Monday 25th June, the semi finals took place. Eventually, Caoimhe's teams and Leah's team made their way to the final where they did battle.

A very tight battle ensued, with some great football on show. Eventually, Caoimhe's team got on top and eked out the win. Well done to both teams and indeed, to all who took part in the blitz!



County Representatives 2018

Kildalkey N.S. has been very well represented lately on sporting fields by its students, who have represented Meath!



First, Jamie and Ben played on a representative Cumann na mBunscol team against a representative team from Louth. The boys won all their matches, putting in some fine performances!


Jame then represented Meath in a half time exhibition match between Longford and Meath!

Not to be outdone by the boys, the girls had their own representatives!


First, Caoimhe played on a Meath Cumann na mBunscol team who played in an intercounty football blitz in St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra - and won it!

Meath Camogie

Finally, Grace and Leah played on the Meath Cumann na mBunscol representative team that participated in the camogie blitz in Portlaoise. They also did extremely well, defeating Laois, Kildare and Dublin.

Well done to all our GAA stars - we are very proud of them!

Girls Soccer Performances

The girls' soccer teams took part in the MDL soccer tournament on Tuesday 13th March.

Both teams performed admirably and had some great wins!

The sixth class team won two matches, with Caoimhe providing the firepower to go along with the great defending and teamwork from further back the field. Boyerstown were to prove their nemesis however, and in two tight games they ended Kildalkey's hopes. The girls can be very content with their day's work however!

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The fifth class team started the day with a terrific win, Meadhbh and Ellen firing home the goals in a 3-1 win. Despite three more hardworking and energetic performances, the girls were unable to add to their wins column. 

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Well done to both teams on their performances! 


Fr. Murphy's Success

Well done to the athletes from Kildalkey who did extremely well in the recent Athletics competitions in Fr. Murphy's!

They finished in second place with an overall score of 68 points!

We had several winners, between individual races and group relays. All our runners performed superbly - well done all!

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Sam came in second place in the boy's 2nd class races

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Alannah came in third place in the 3rd class girls' race.

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James came in second place in the 3rd class boys race, beaten only by Luke who came first!

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Finn came in first place in the fourth class boys' relay!

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Abbie came in first place in the fith class girls' race!

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Jamie K came in third in the boys' fifth class race while Jamie M won the race!

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Emma came in third in the sixth class girls' race!

Kildalkey N.S. also had great success with their relay teams!

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The whole event was a terrific success. A big thank you to Miss Pykett, Miss Kennedy and Aoife Swords for accompanying the team and a big well done to all our athletes!


Mini 7s Hurling Runners Up

Hard luck to boys hurling Mini 7s team who reached the final in today's hurling Mini 7s.

They played Donacarney and Kells in the group stages. Settling well, they put in two great performances to see off the challenge of both teams and make the finals. With captains Evan and James to the fore and Cian and Thomas putting in trojan work in midfield, they played some great hurling at this juncture. Caemerhon and James C picked off some beautiful scores to accompany the tight defending by Conor, Patrick and Jamie.

In the final, they encountered Kilbride from Trim. In a tight first half, a goal from Cian put them up at half time 1-0 to 0-2. A point apiece from Thomas and Cian put Kildalkey up by two poins but with time almost up, heartbreak was to be Kildalkey's lot as a late goal from a free put Kilbride a point up. A late 65 for Kilbride put them two points up and that's how the game finished, 1-4 to 1-2.

Hard luck to Kildalkey but they can feel very proud with how they played, with some great skill and teamwork evident throughout every game it took to get that far. They'll come again!


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