county stars to shoot out for MBNA Kick Fada title
11 September 2008
Over 20 inter-county Gaelic Football players will shoot out for the MBNA
Kick Fada title on Saturday, September 13th in the seventh annual MBNA
Kick Fada at Bray Emmets Club, Co Wicklow
John Brennan is new MBNA Kick Fada champion
10 September 2007
John Brennan from Carlow fought off stiff competition to be crowned the
MBNA Kick Fada All Ireland champion for 2007 on Saturday 8th September
at Bray Emmets GAA Club with a winning kick of 67 metres.
to shoot it out for title of MBNA KICK FADA champion
07 September 2007
Inter county football stars will descend on Bray Emmets GAA Club for the
8th annual MBNA Kick Fada All Ireland final on Saturday, 8th September
O'Dwyer honoured with MBNA Hall of Fame Award
Wicklow manager Mick ODwyer
06 September 2007
Kerry Gaelic Football legend, Mick ODwyer, has been inducted into
the MBNA Kick Fada Hall of Fame.
15 August 2007
Over 20 stars of Gaelic Football will compete for the prestigious All-Ireland
title at the 8th annual MBNA Kick Fada competition, which will take place
on Saturday, September 8th at Bray Emmets GAA Club, Bray, Co. Wicklow.
Finals werent particularly kind to Gillian Bennett on the inter-county
scene during 2006, but the Seneschalstown player enjoyed a memorable success
during September when she won the ladies section of the Kick-Fada
competition hosted by the Bray Emmets GAA Club in Wicklow
wins MBNA Kick Fada
A kick of 62 metres from former Mayo goalkeeper Fintan Ruddy was enough
to beat Mark Herbert in the MBNA Kick Fada.
line-up for seventh annual MBNA Kick Fada
MBNA Kick Fada champion Padraig Kelly (Offaly) goes in search of a hat-trick
of titles here at Bray Emmets Old Conna grounds on Saturday 9th knowing
that he will face the most formidable line-up ever assembled on final
day - all eager to knock him off his pedestal.
up a storm
With the annual MBNA-sponsored All-Ireland Kick Fada, Bray Emmets GAA
Club in Wicklow is certainly onto a winner. The Long Kick competition
has raised the profile of this pro-active seaside club and also provides
a welcome cash injection, which is being used wisely to boost juvenile
activities. The positive knock-on effect is already being felt.