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Mini 7s Joy!

The boys and girls of Kildalkey N.S. were both out in action this week in the annual Mini 7s competition.

The girls played their camogie Mini 7s on Monday, 11th April in Trim in near apocalyptic type conditions. Played in torrential rain, the girls played Gaelscoil na Bóinne first. Despite scoring two great goals through Holly and Laura, they were unlucky to lose out after playing a great game. Kildalkey then proceeded to beat St. Mary's Trim, with some great performances all over the field from goalie Orlagh to the forward line of Robyn and Chloe and beyond. They can be very pleased with their performances on what was an absolutely horrendous day for camogie.

The boys played on Tuesday. First up were Kilmessan. Goals from Evan and Robbie ensured the win was Kildalkey's. Next up were St. Paul's Ratoath. In what was a rip roaring first half, a late goal from Robbie ensured Kildalkey held a one point lead at the break. Some superb performances from the backs Matthew, Brandon and later Joey meant Kildalkey emerged victorious.


The final game of the day was between Kildalkey and Dunderry. In the first half, some sterling work from Sam kept Kildalkey in the game, along with powerful performances at midfield from Brian and Patrick. In the second half, with the game up for grabs, Evan scored early and often to ensure the win would be Kildalkey's. Charlie and Shane came on to help see out the game and add to the scoreboard. In the end, Kildalkey were deemed the winners and Robbie and Evan were presented with the cup!


Well done to all the boys who played today and put in some superb performances and avenged for last year's defeat in the final. They can be very proud of themselves. Thanks also to the parents who came to the game and supported the team. Finally, Evan was selected as the player to play in Croke Park this year. Maith thú Evan!!

Sporting Success

Well done to all our teams who did extremely well in the last week!

First off, our boys' soccer team won through to the last 5 in the MDL soccer. They defeated five teams on the way, including Baconstown, Ballivor and Bohermeen. The final stages are on Monday. The best of luck to them!

The girls also made it out of their group, with some great wins en route! Unfortunately, they then losr the quarter final. However, they can be very proud of their efforts, as they were in a very tough group of which they did well to come out of!

The boys' mini 7s teams made it through to the last 12 in the county. In their regional group, they defeated Rathmolyon, Ballivor and Rath Cairn to make it through! The county finals will be held on Tuesday, 5th April.

The girls' mini 7s teams didn't make it out of their group. They lost tight matches to Bohermeen, Gaelscoil na Bóinne and Rathmore before ending on a high by defeating Ballivor.

Well done to all the teams on their great performances!

Girls Mini 7s

Hard Luck to our Former Students

Hard luck to our former students, David Conneely, Luke Rickard and Patrick Potterton who played in the under 21 All Ireland Hurling B final in Thurles.

In an enthralling game, they lost out by two points with Luke and David putting in some great performances in the full back line.

Well done to all three players - we are very proud of ye!

Photos are courtesy of Sportsfile.



Fourth Class Match v Baconstown

Well done to the fourth class who played a great game of football against Baconstown.


On a wet day, not ideal for football, both teams showed great skill in what was a great game of football.


Kildalkey got several great scores in the first half with Ben, Cian C, Cian M, Aaran, Caoimhe and Ciarán R getting some wonderful scores.


In the second half, Baconstown came back into the game and Kildalkey had to do some great defending with James, Callum, Stephen doing really well beside their goalkeeper, Cian WG, who made some great saves!


In the end, Kildalkey ensured there was to be a draw with Ben winning a free and then kicking it unerringly over the bar.


Well done to both teams on a great game of football!

Boys' Hurling Final

Last Saturday, the boys' hurling team played the Division One Hurling final against Trim.

Having been beaten against Trim previously, the boys knew what they were up against. Despite conceding the first score, the boys settled down to play an excellent first half. Matthew scored two superb points from play, off either side. Kelvin hit a superb free from the sideline to ensure the sides were deadlocked at the break.

It was neck and neck for most of the second half, with two more long range frees from Kelvin leaving the game tied at 5 points all. However, with five minutes remaining, Trim hit the front with two frees and weren't to be denied, hitting three late points to leave the final score 0-10 to 0-5, flattering the winners.

Kildalkey can feel very proud of their efforts, as they saved their best performance until last. Ultimately, it wasn't to be their day as Trim just had the stronger finish but it was a huge achievement to get there and perform the way they did.

Afterwards, there was a reception held by the Parents' Association with drinks and crisps donated by the Snug House and chips, chicken and pizza donated by the very generous Rossi chippers. A final word of thanks to all the parents who brought the team to matches throughout the year.

Hurling Final

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