County Final Time
Well done to the u17s who secured a place in the county final after defeating Mullingar Shamrocks in the semi-final last Sunday. A very dominant Coralstown/Kinnegad led throughout the match and there was some fabulous scoring skills on display from the talented Dan Leech and Colm Murray although it certainly was teamwork which secured our club a place in the county final for the second year in a row after successfully winning the 1st Westmeath u17 championship last year. We very much hope that this talented panel of young men will put on another great display of football next Sunday 13th of October when they take on St. Martin's in Cusack Park at 1.30pm.
All support greatly appreciated.
Full time score today Coralstown/Kinnegad 1-18 Mullingar Shamrocks 0-06.Team and scorers S Martin, L Daly, J Gahan, L Lacey, M Leonard, P Quinn, K Powell, B McGrath, C Daly(0-01), R Bracken(0-01), C Murray(0-04), J Cole(0-02), J Macken(0-01), D Leech (1-08), C Cruiz(0-01), J Quinn, A Atayese, S McNevin, C McMahon, J Dalton, R Cole.
Division 1 Shield
Hard luck to the u14s who lost the division 1 shield semi- final last Sunday. Final score Lilliput Gaels 5-08 Coralstown/Kinnegad 4-06.
Couch to 5k
Couch to 5k training commenced last Tuesday and will continue every Tuesday evening at 7.30pm on the walking track for the next few weeks. For non-members of the walking track, membership will cost €20 for the remainder of the year. All is welcome.
The lotto draw numbers from Monday 30th of September were 3, 11, 14 and 20.Well done to Jackpot winner Cilla + Michael. They won €10,000. Match 3 winners were Carrie Donnelly, James Maxwell, Number 7, Charlie McKeogh and Ashling Glynn. Well done to them, they won €40 each.
The club wishes to extend its deepest sympathy to Colette Browne and her family on the recent death of her father Des McCormack (Rochfortbridge).Tweet