Kilrossanty Gaa notes

November 7, 2018

Clotto Results
No Winner of the Clotto of €4,000 Crottys Inn Leamybrien on Sunday Night 011/07/12 Numbers Were 06,09,16,18
€30 to the following people Sean Veale Leamybrien Mark Prendergast Knockanacullin Sellers Prize of €30 to Mairéad Coffey Curraheen the Clotto Will take place in Michilins bar Kilrossanty on Sunday 08/07/12 at 10pm
Gym membership is still only €100 for 12 Months so call in and check it out.
Under 6, 8 & 10 Football TrainingTraining this week

Friday 22nd continues at the earlier time of 6pm as our under 13 hurlers are playing championship at 7pm.
Under 10 Football Blitz.
Our under 10’s are taking part in the final night of the Football Tournament on Wednesday night in Ballinmeela at 6.30pm.
Under 8 Football Blitz.
Well done to our under 8’s who took part in a football blitz last Wednesday night in Cappoquin in the pouring rain, but this did not stop our enthusiastic young players from giving it their all.  This Thursday evening they take part in the final night of the under 8 football tournament in Clashmore at 6.30pm.
Annual Fun Sponsored Walk 
Anyone who has Sponsorship Cards to return please do so as soon as you can to either Damien, Bernie, Patrick or Colette.

Cul Camp
Kellogg’s Cul camp takes place this year, week beginning 23rd July.  Application forms have been distributed through the school but you can also register on line and get €5 discount per child by using a code from the special promotional Kellogg’s packs.  If you wish you can return the forms with money to the school or to any of the following, Damien, Bernie, Patrick or Colette.
 Junior Hurling
We went in search of our first win in the Junior Hurling Championship when we took on table toppers Ballysaggart in Abbeyside in the penultimate round of games on Friday the 22nd of June. We held our own in the early stages but failed to put points on the board having created some decent scoring opportunities. At the other end of the field Ballysaggart were far more clinical, hitting very few wides and they soon opened up a comfortable lead with county minor Stephen Bennett netting a goal midway through the first half along with a number of well taken points. 1-9 to 5 points the score at the break with our scores coming from David Power, Kieran Power and Alan Quinn. On the turnover our opposition continued to show their superiority, turning the screw to further increase their advantage. This start to the second half put the result beyond doubt but credit to Kilrossanty they kept battling and kept in touch with scores from Fintan Walsh, Paul Keating, Ger Hickey, David Power and Alan Quinn. It ended 1-19 to 11 points
Junior Football
We faced Stradbally in the Junior Football Championship in Leamybrien on a miserable evening on Thursday night last. We had the better of the exchanges in the first half with a John Coade goal and points from Willy Brazil, Mattie Kiely and Eoin Houlihan having us 1-4 to 1-1 to the good at half time. Stradbally took the initiative after the restart and put us under a lot of pressure for the duration of the second half. Another Mattie Kiely point kept Kilrossanty’s account topped up but Stradbally’s dominance eventually began to tell as they narrowed the gap, eventually drawing level. As it was that was how it finished with the teams tied on 1-5 a piece but Stradbally will rue chances they missed in the second half which could have tipped the scoreline in their favour
The Club had one winner in the Deise Draw. Mairead Coffey won co coordinators prize 50 Euros. The next draw will be held in Fenor on 27th July. 

Comeragh Queen Festival will be held from 2nd to 6th August. Lots of activities will be taking place. Girls wanting to enter the Comeragh Queen should get in touch with any member of the Committee within the next week.