Our Lotto Jackpot Draw for €13,800 took place in Griffin’s Bar, Castlemaine – on Friday last.
The drawn numbers were 6,27, and 30 with the bonus ball number 13.
There was no outright winner but we had six lucky consolation prize winners.
€50 each to Betty McCarthy, The Dawn and Jim Burke, Rathpooke.
€25 each to Sandra Daly, Killarney, Alan Hickey, Milltown,Brendan Dennehy, Castlemaine and Séan O’Sullivan, Firies .
Jackpot is now €14,000.
Come along to the Paddy Burke Memorial Park on Easter Sunday @ 2.30 pm to support our seniors in their first game of the Intermediate Championship versus Laune Rangers. Please note that children under 16 are free- adult entry is €5. Club membership only covers free entry to home County League games.
We will have 15 Easter Eggs to raffle amongst all the children who attend in club gear. So let’s all make an effort to come along and show some much needed support. You just might win a delicious Easter Egg along the way!!
Congratulations to the boys and girls of Presentation Secondary School Milltown who won their respective Munster Final games this week.
The girls defeated St. Anne’s, Tipperary with local girl Clódagh Evans receiving the Player of the Match Award. Other Milltown Listry club players on the panel were: Michelle O’Dowd, Ciara Murphy, Ella Teahan, Kate Hickey, Mairead Lehane, Caoimhe Evans, Tallula Belle Courtney, Ciara Tangney, Niamh Broderick, Louise O’Dowd, Ciara O’Mahony and Meadhbh Rochford. Super achievement girls. Well done to your club and school mentors.
The boys defeated Kenmare in the Under 16 1/2 competition in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney on Friday. Club players on the panel were Patrick O’Connor, John Dennehy, Martin Foley, Killian Kerins, David Leane , Dylan O’ Neill and Seán Hogan. There is fantastic work being done with all these players both at school and club level. Comhgairdeas to all.
Our u-14 team made the trip to St. Senans near Listowel this week and came away with a victory- picking up their 2nd win of the campaign on a score line of 5-15 to 3-5.
Miltown/Castlemaine started strongly and inside the first 10 minutes lead 2-4 to 2 points. Goals were coming fast for the boys and by the 20th minute, they had racked up the max 5 goals scored by Anthony Kelliher, Cillian Burke, Cian O’ Connor and two from Anthony Barrett . They led 5-7 to 2-4 at the break. Miltown/Castlemaine continued to dominate the 2nd half and added a further 10 points with some great scores taken.
Up next is Ballyduff away next Wednesday at 7.00. All support would be greatly appreciated.
Panel:Cathal Daly, Ben Downes, Shane O’Connor, Liam Roche, Jack Teahan, Patrick o Sullivan, Brendan Casey, Anthony Kelliher,Cillian Burke,Daire McCarthy , Conor Spillane, Dara Barton ,Declan O Connor,Anthony Barrett, Cian O’ Connor,John Hogan, Dara Hogan, Garreth O’ Dowd , Liam Nidigger , Edward O’ Sullivan , Eoghan Daly, Charlie McGillicuddy and Oisin Spring. Well done to all.
Under 6/8/10 girls football:
It is anticipated that football training will commence on Thursday April 27th – 6.15 to 7.15.
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Milltown Castlemaine v St Mary’s Cahirciveen
They say goals win games and this was the case today. Milltown Castlemaine had the perfect start with David Roche finishing calmly to the net with almost the first play of the game. Despite this setback St Mary’s, with a strong wind at their back made their way back into the game with the next 5 points.
St Mary’s Sean Curnane was extremely accurate from frees. Milltown Castlemaine were struggling for scores but with 5 minutes left in the half, Jerome Flynn jigged into the box and raised a second M/C green flag. The teams traded points with Sean Curnane pointing for St. Mary’s and Gavin Horan pointing for M/C -to leave the short whistle score M/C 2.01, St Mary’s 0.06
A good start is half the battle and M/C struck straight from the throw in with the evergreen Mike Burke punching to the back of the net. The game became very open but M/C’s stout defence and not leaving the South Kerry men in on goal, the game became a point for point game. M/C added some fine scores from David Roche, Derek Twiss, Jonathon O’Sulllivan, Cathal Moriarty, Shane Murphy and a spectacular long distance point from Seamus Dowd.
Sean Curnane was equally accurate for St Mary’s -with a fantastic pointed free from outside the 45 into the strong breeze being the highlight. Referee Paul Hayes contributed to a fine game -with an excellent performance and when he whistled for full time, Milltown Castlemaine gained the two points on a score of Milltown Castlemaine 3.07, St Mary’s Cahirciveen 0.11.
The next outing for our minors v Glenbeigh Glencar Cromane is on Wednesday 12th of April at 5pm in Milltown Castlemaine GAA Grounds.
Congratulations to the Kerry senior panel and management on a terrific win in Croke Park yesterday.
Enjoy the well deserved celebrations and best of luck in the Championship !