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Well done to the camogie team who made it two wins from two this week, beating Longwood N.S. after beating Gaelscoil na Bóinne the week previous.

They play St. Seachnall's N.S., Dunshaughlin next Thursday, September 21st, where they will hope to keep the winning streak going. 


Our boys' team has had two wins against Dunboyne and Kilmessan, though they suffered a loss last Friday against St. Michael's N.S., Trim. They are out next Tuesday against Cannistown N.S., where they will hope to get back winning.

Sam's Award

Sam received his Spirit of the Final award on Friday, 23rd June in a beautiful ceremony in the Ardboyne Hotel.

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Honouring his performance, both in terms of skill and character/determination, from the football final replay, Sam received his award from Shane Martin from Generali Pan Europe, a beautiful glass statue along with a voucher and a certificate describing his performance in the final.

Well done to Sam and thanks to the Meath Chronicle and Generali Pan Europe for their sponsorship of this award.


Father Murphy's Success!!!

Well done to our athletes from 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th class who participated in the recent athletics competition in Fr. Murphys lately.athletics3

Our athletes did extremely well, coming third overall!



 We had girls and boys who medalled in a lot of races, coming second and third! Edward came first in the 3rd class boys race and Liam and Rory came first and second in the second class race. Abbie and Grace came second in the fourth and fifth class races.




Well done to all who participated and thanks to Miss Pykett and Marc for bringing them on the day.

Football Champions

Well done to the victorious football team who won the Division Two football final this evening, Monday 19th June on a scoreline of 2-8 to 1-10.


In a tenacious match, Kildalkey started well with a superb goal from Caemerhon. In what was a tight game from start to finish, Lismullen got an equalising goal but terrific play from Brandon and Charlie set up Ben for a crucial goal. Fine points from Charlie and Sam, along with one from Brian put Kildalkey into a four point lead at half time.

The second half was a tighter affair. Kildalkey would score only two points, a free from Charlie and a wonderful score from Ben. But it was the defence's time to shine. Tenacious defending from Seán P, Seán Mac, Shay and Thomas along with superb wing back play from Jamie and Cian meant Lismullen were held to five points themselves. When Lismullen rattled the crossbar from a last minute free kick, Kildalkey were only one point to the fore!!

Congratulation to all the team. This was Kildalkey's first ever final win in football and they were made work hard for it by a terrific Lismullen team. Our two captains made great speeches and then it was back to Supermacs! Thanks to all the supporters who came along too, we had great support there today!

Well done to the boys on an historic victory!!


Winter League Runners Up

Hard luck to our fourth and fifth class team who lost the Winter League final on a scoreline of 3-3 to 1-4.

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In what was a superb game between two well matched teams, Dunderry's goalkeeper proved to be the difference between the teams, denying Kildalkey's forwards time and time again.

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The first half saw the Dunderry goalkeeper pull off point blank saves from Ciarán in the very first minute. Afterwards, Dunderry availed of a strong wind to post 1-3 without reply. At half time, things looked bleak, particularly when Dunderry grabbed a goal straight after the resumption.

However, Kildalkey rallied in the second half. Cian, captain for the day, posted 4 points from frees and when Aaron goaled with five minutes left to play, the comeback was on. Dunderry can have their goalkeeper to thank for coming between Kildalkey's forwards and his goal on numerous occasions in this period.

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However, it wasn't to be and a late goal from Dunderry put a gloss on the final score. Kildalkey can be very proud of their performance, particularly in the second half. Cian, captain for the day, was imperious at midfield. Thomas, Jamie K, Conor B fought manfully at the back, whilst James C, Ciarán and Aaron were always a threat going forward.

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Well done to Dunderry and hard luck to Kildalkey!

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