A venue was eventually located and Mullingar Shamrocks and Athlone journeyed to Rosemount on Sunday evening for the LGF Div. 4 league fina
Bingo continues every Friday at 8.30, come along and bring a friend for an enjoyable night's entertainment.
Please support our Minor Board raffle for tickets to All Ireland Football Final. Cards in shops/pubs locally and from minor board coaches. All monies raised goes toward running underage activities within the club.
An excellent performance from our seniors wasn't enough as they fell to a two point defeat to defending champions St Loman's of Mullingar in the SFC Round 2 game played in Hogan Park, Moate.
It's the Love of the Game that hopefully keeps all kids hurling, and this was the perfect match-maker to setup a romance for life
Gaa: Our junior team topped off an impressive group stage in the JFC by defeating Tubberclair last Tuesday evening in the park
Both our Under 8 and Under 10 teams took part in blitzes in Miltownpass recently.
"It's great to be there but there's a job to be done as well. We have to look forward to the idea that we are there but what a task we have ahead of us."
Well done to the u10s who completed in a blitz last Tuesday evening.
Pride of place this week has to go to our Rounders team who won the All Ireland Junior Mixed Championship on Sunday afternoon in Dublin.
Cúl Camp; We are holding our first ever Cúl Camp this week, Monday to Friday. If you have not registered online you can do so on the day.
The Lotto numbers for Tuesday August 7th 2018 were 12, 16, 27, 29.
On Saturday evening we will play our neighbours Shandonagh at 5.45pm in Moate.
We will continue our championship campaign this Sunday evening 19th of August, when we take on Mullingar Shamrocks in TEG Cusack Park, throw-in at 7.15 pm
Well done to our minor side who continued their great form in Division 3 with another comprehensive victory.
Clonkill Hurling Club extends its deepest sympathy to the following families on their recent bereavements:
A devastating second half performance saw Dublin cruise past Galway by 1-24 to 2-12 in today's clash at Croke Park.
Today was the start of the penultimate stage of the All-Ireland senior and minor football championships.
It's All-Ireland football semi-final weekend and in total there are six live games to watch.
After being snubbed for this year's Liam MacCarthy Cup decider, referee James McGrath has resigned from the GAA's Inter-County Referee panel.
Countdown to All Star Country Concert Thursday 30th August
Underage football continues this Friday evening at the usual slot 6:30-7:30. The club shop will also be open for the duration of training.
Castledaly GAA Lotto Draw 6/8/18 Jackpot 2,400
David Clifford outscored Westmeath in the 2018 senior football championship.
Garrycastle gained two very valuable championship points on Saturday evening last in Rosemount in an incident packed game.
We played our second match of this year's championship on Friday evening in TEG Cusack Park.
As part of the U11 Westmeath Go Games our u11 team hosted Caulry on a fine summers evening
Junior Championship Tuesday 7th August 7.30pm Castledaly v The Downs Mullingar away
St Lomans made it two wins from two with a hard-earned win against Athlone in Moate on Sunday evening last.
We came agonisingly close to collecting our first points in this years championship on Saturday evening when we played Tubberclair in well appointed Rosemount.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that attending live gaelic football and hurling matches is on his bucket list.
On Sunday last, we played our second round of the IFC against Caulry
Senior Championship Round 2: Killucan 0 - 08 The Downs 2-15.
Gaa: We took on Castledaly in round 2 of the SFC last Friday night in Athlone.
Hard luck to the seniors who lost against Tyrrellspass in the second round of the senior championship group one on Saturday evening.
Holders Galway scraped over Clare at the second attempt and now have an All-Ireland SHC final date with Limerick to look forward to. Check out our team of the week...
And then there were four - Dublin, Galway, Tyrone and Monaghan are still standing in this year's All-Ireland SFC following the completion of the Super 8s. Here's our football team of the week...
Libby Coppinger shone as the 2016 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football champions Cork moved one step closer to another decider with a big win over Westmeath at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.