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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

Beidh lá eile ag an bPaorach.

3rd/4th Class Camogie Match

Well done to our 3rd and 4th class camogie team who played a great game against Gaelscoil na Bóinne.

Having trained all year, the girls played a challenge match against the Gaelscoil in Trim.

They played a great game, scoring two great goals from Caoimhe!

3rd-4th match

Well done to all involved!

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!

Kildalkey v St. Paul's Navan

Kildalkey N.S. kept their unbeaten run going in the hurling this year when they defeated St. Paul's N.S., Navan, in Navan.

With many third and fourth class players being given the chance to display their talents, Kildalkey had a very young team out - but it didn't matter one jot to them. Scores from Brian, Charlie in the first half saw Kildalkey leading by eight points at the break.

They further extended their advantage in the second half with some great score from Ben and Seán among others. Well done to all the players today on a very spirited performance - the future looks bright for Kildalkey hurling!


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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!!


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