Category: Club Notes

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Club Notes 06-12-2019

The AGM of Kilmacabea GAA Club took place on Sunday 24th November at 2:30pm in The Clubhouse. Chairman Dan Hourihane welcomed everyone to the meeting and thanked everyone for the hard work put in...

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Club Notes 21-11-2019

The big news this week was the Junior C’s fantastic victory over Clonakilty in the Championship final played last Saturday afternoon in Ardfield. This was a tremendous end to the club playing season and...

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Club Notes 14-11-2019

The past number of weeks have seen the club involved in two finals. The first final, on Sunday 27th October, saw the Minors take on Ballingeary in the Division 4 Championship final. On a...

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Club Notes 17-10-2019

The U12’s recently finished up their year, when they travelled to Castletownbere to play the Shield final. Playing some excellent football and showing all the hardwork that they have done during the year, put...

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Club Notes 03-10-2019

The U12’s took on O Donovan Rossa 2 in Leap on Monday 18th in their U12 Cup game. Despite losing the League final on the previous Friday evening, this did not deter the young...

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Club Notes 19-09-2019

The past week saw both the U16’s and U12’s in action. Firstly, on Wednesday evening the 11th, the U16’s travelled west to Kealkil to take on Urhan, in the Quarter Final of the championship....

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Club Notes 12-09-2019

The past week was a busy one for teams at all age groups. On Monday 2/9/19 the U14 footballers took on Clonakilty 2 in the championship in Ardfield. Having struggled all year to field...

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Kilmacs defeated in JAFC Quarter Final

A feeling of disbelief amongst Kilmacabea supporters was the ultimate feeling as our Junior Footballers exited the Carbery Junior A Football Championship, after a cruel one point defeat to Ballinascarthy in the Quarter Final...

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Club Notes 19-08-2019

Two Kilmacabea teams were in Championship action again this past week, with the Juniors taking on St Colums in their 3rd round replay and the Minors took on Ballingeary in Aughaville. The Minors were...