Milltown/Castlemaine GAA Club News

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All Ireland Minor Champions:

A huge congratulations to Peter Keane and his minor panel on a wonderful victory over Galway.
What a fantastic achievement for you all not to mention the 5-in-a-row.
Enjoy your well-deserved celebrations.

New Club Development:
Our club is truly delighted with the response from our public focus group meeting. Our club chairman Podge Leane had these words to say to all those who attended.

“A word of thanks on behalf of the executive and myself for your attendance and contribution to our recent club forum.
The creativity and energy in the room was empowering and was all we had hoped for from the meeting. We hope too that you may have been enthused enough by our vision for the club’s future and its far reaching benefit to the whole community, to continue on the journey with us in helping to bring it to fruition.
The Executive will now evaluate all the feedback on the night and come back with a proposal for a fundraising strategy within a couple of weeks. Looking forward to talking to you again and feel free to contact either myself or any member of the executive on any matter relating to this project.
Thanks again,
Podge Leane.”

Junior Team Final Score: Barrett Cup: Round 2

Milltown/Castlemaine GAA 1-11 V 1-08 Currow

After a tough encounter on Sunday last, in challenging conditions our junior side progressed in the Barrett Cup.
Well done to the players and coaches. Many thanks to Kelly’s Londis and Larkins Pub, Restaurant and B&B our Senior Board Sponsors.

Kiltallagh NS 80th Celebrations:

Kiltallagh National School will celebrate the 80th anniversary of its opening on Saturday September 22nd, commencing with a service on the school grounds followed by a BBQ. All past pupils and their families along with staff are invited to celebrate this very special occasion.

Jerry Foley Memorial
Our under 11 teams had a wonderful day at the above blitz on Saturday last. Sincere thanks to the organisers and to all those involved in coaching and mentoring our young players.

Under 6/8/10:
Many thanks to Listry Coiste Na nÓg for travelling down to us on Thursday evening last. All the boys and girls had a really happy time.

Under 8/10 Blitz:
Our older boys had a great morning of football (despite the rain) on Sunday morning when Austin Stacks paid us a visit for a friendly blitz.
Thanks to all involved in setting up pitches etc. and to the mentors for giving up of their Sunday morning once again. We also appreciate the support of parents/ guardians too!

Best of luck to all those either beginning college or returning back for another year. We hope you will have many happy times.

Senior Ladies:
Our senior ladies – trained by Nigel Wrenn and Damian Murphy are looking for your support tomorrow. They are in the County Championship semi-final versus Laune Rangers. Cloon Pitch is the place to be, with a 7 pm throw in. Best of luck ladies!


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