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Mini 7s Runners Up

Hard luck to the Mini 7s Boys' team who came second in today's Mini 7s Games.

Captained by Lorcán, they put in some great performances. In their first game, they beat Kilmessan by 2-4 to 2-0. They then put six goals past Kilskyre, defeating them 6-0 to 2-0.

In the last match, a winner takes all affair, they were leading at half time by 1-0 to 0-0. However, a strong Dunboyne side, with the wind at their backs, rallied and scored five unas=nswered points to take the match and thus the title.

Kildalkey can hold their heads high with some great performances. After the match, Aaron was picked to represent Meath in an All Ireland Hurling Semi Final this year. Well done Aaron!

Mini 7s Success

Well done to the boys' Mini 7s hurling and football teams who made it through to the football and hurling Mini 7s finals.

On Thursday, March 19th, the boys' footballers beat Rath Cairn, Boardsmill and Ballivor to book their place in the finals next Tuesday. 

On Friday, March 20th, the hurlers went to Boardsmill and beat Baconstown, Boardsmill and Dangan. The hurling finals will take place after Easter.

Well done to all the teams!!


Meath Representative v Westmeath

Well done to Sarah who represented Meath in the Meath Westmeath league match on Saturday, 7th March.

Sarah played for the 'away' team and helped them win the game.

Well done Sarah!!

Girls' Soccer

Well done to the two girls' soccer teams who competed in the MDL soccer tournament.

The two teams, captained by Sarah and Jacinta, competed very well winning and drawing several matches. 

On what was an absolutely horrible day for soccer, the two teams enjoyed themselves and acquitted themselves very well!

Thanks to all the parents who braved the elements and Miss O'Sullivan who did such a great job of managing both teams!







Hard Luck to the Boys

Hard luck to the boys' football team who lost their semi final today, Wednesday 22nd October.

Playing Kilbride in Kilmessan GAA, the boys got off to a great start with a goal from Robbie in the opening few minutes. When Ryan added another free, it was looking good for Kildalkey. A sustained period of pressure for Kilbride yielded five points for them and Kildalkey's only response was a point from Ryan. Just before the break a monster free from Lee saw Kildalkey go into the lead again and when Jake's shot right before the half time whistle arrowed its way into the back of the net, Kildalkey were four points to the good.

The second half saw a rise in the wind and a rise in Kilbride's play. A fortuitous goal levelled the play and from there on, Kilbride seemed to be able to get their scores the easier. Some beautiful points pushed them into a three point lead. Kildalkey refused to die, and following some sustained pressure, found themselves level after a stunning goal from Jake, truly worthy of winning any match. However, Kilbride just had that bit more in the tank and further scores from them left the final score 1-12 to 3-3.

Kildalkey can be very proud of their performance. They battled right up until the final whistle and even when everything was going against them in the second half, they fought constantly and were almost rewarded. They contributed richly to what was a great game of football and can hold their heads high. Beidh lá eile ag an bPaorach!


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