Congratulations Westmeath u21s on defeating Meath in Leinster Championship last week 2-08 0-12.
Lotto Results 20th February 2017. Numbers drawn 6, 7, 19, 30.
Our Annual Cheltenham Preview night is set for Friday 3rd March in Gap House Moate.
The numbers drawn in the Killucan GAA Club lotto held in Aurlies on the 20th February were 2,13,16 and 1
There were no league fixtures this past weekend so our seniors played Tulsk of Roscommon in a challenge in Páirc Chiaráin and came out on top on a scoreline of 1-17 to 0-18 after a competitive workout.
Best of luck to our Senior Scor Ballad group Tina Gilliivan, Ronnie Minnock, Edel Martin, Louise Heavin and James Rabbitte
Notes as of 26th of February
"They are perfectly entitled to do that but we're not going to run the GAA by Twitter."
Mullingar's first ever Oskar Show sponsored by Easons took place in a jammed packed Mullingar Park Hotel on Saturday night last and what a night it was!
Training continues this Wednesday and Friday at 8pm in Shandonagh.
This League fixture was played last Sunday in a continuous downpour and credit to both sides for finishing the game.
Gaa: Congratulations to John Keane, Boidu Sayeh and the Westmeath u21 team who defeated Meath in the u21 Leinster Championship last Wednesday night by 2.08 to 0.12
Our game with Castlepollard due to take place at the weekend was postponed due to the inclement wether.
Well done to the panel of the Kilbeggan/St. Josephs under 13 footballers, a brilliant performance and very unlucky not to come away with a win.
Our MONSTER DRIVE THRU BINGO is on Sunday 5th March at 3pm. €7,000 in prizes.
On Friday evening last the club's coaching committee had a very successful launch of their plan
Last week's winning numbers were 10, 19, 20 & 29.
The buzz and excitement that was so obvious last year at our Saturday morning coaching sessions was alive and well and survived the winter break when our programme resumed on Saturday last
Both our first and second teams will be in action this coming weekend (weather permitting).
The battle for the precious top-four places in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League intensified on Sunday as Dublin and Galway drew level with Cork on nine points at the head of affairs.
Wexford maintained their 100% record in the bottom tier with a battling victory over Waterford.
GAA fans attending games today are advised to travel with caution as 'Storm Ewan' hits the country.