Kiltale (@1.4) vs Kildalkey (@3.25)
06-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Kiltale will win

Kiltale – Kildalkey Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 10:30

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Inspired by captain Gavan McVann driving the team forward the homeside didnt give Rathmolyon a second on the ball, winning the vast majority of possession whichled to the scores and fouls in the teeming rainwhich led to frees expertly converted by the returning Eoghan Frayne and a well taken goal by Sean Hughes as well as points from Evan Clarke and Donal Matthews.

Notices

First round - Kiltale 1-19, Kildalkey 2-10.Second round - Kiltale 1-19, Killyon 0-14; Kildalkey 3-23, Dunderry 0-3.Third round - Kiltale 8-16, Blackhall Gaels 0-10; Kildalkey 0-21, Boardsmill 1-11.Fourth round - Kiltale 3-26, Boardsmill 0-7; Kildalkey 1-16 Killyon 2-12.Fifth round - Kiltale w/o Dunderry scr; Kildalkey 0-20, Blackhall Gaels 1-12.Quarter-final - Kildalkey 2-14, Ratoath 0-11.Semi-finals - Kiltale 2-17, Kilmessan 0-15; Kildalkey 1-12, Dunboyne 0-14.

Designed by the architect W H Byrne, it was consecrated in 1898. The Protestant church, by the architect Joseph Welland (1798-1860), was consecrated in 1856 and was situated at Rathcormick, 2 miles west of the village. The patron saint is Saint Dymphna, to whom the Catholic church is dedicated. Christianity came to Kildalkey in the 5th century when St Mo-Luog founded a monastery there and the parish is mentioned in the Book of Kells. It was demolished in the 1960s. A section of the Pale runs through the parish.

Subs Brian Reilly for D Donoghue (ht), Peter Durnin (0-2) for Murphy (ht), Conor Shirren for Garvey (bs 41-46), Chris Reilly for McCabe (53). Kiltale Shane McGann; Iarla Hughes, Phillip Garvey, David Donoghue; Stephen Donoghue, Ronan Ryan, James Kelly; William Mahady, Padraig Kelly (C); Mark OSullivan (2-3 ,Cathal McCabe (0-1), Jack Regan (0-8, 6 fs); Adam Murphy, Fearghal McCabe (1-1), Ross Ryan (0-1).

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Many would say that is a fair reflection of the gap between the sides and it is hard to argue against it going on current form. While, neither outfit set the 'Pairc' alight in their respective semi-final, Kiltale never looked like losing against Kilmessan, but Kildalkey were pushed to the pin of their collar against Dunboyne in what can only be described as a drab affair, but semi-finals are for winning and that's all that mattered on the day.

The OM/WT side just couldnt cope with the two inside forwards and it took 15 minutes before they got on the scoreboard, Evan Clarke had added another goal with an incredible solo effort which started near the sideline and ended up in the net. At half-time the game was over as a contest with Kiltale leading 9-14 to 0-04 thanks to more scores from McDonnell and Matthews and Eoghan Frayne chipping in with a goal and placed balls.

After the heartache of last week, the village was boosted this week when the Ladies Caomgie team won the Intermediate Camogie Championship in Longwood on Saturday 4th October. They now move up to the Senior ranks for 2015. Match Report Here. They have made great strides in recent years with having won the Junior Championship in 2012 and now the Intermediate Championship after only two years in the division. Great credit is due all involved. They beat neighbours Boardsmill by a score of 3-11 to 3-06.

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The inagural Brendan Davis knockout Cup starts this year on Easter Monday with Kildalkey drawn against Trim in the preliminary round with the victors to play Blackhall Gaels in the first round proper. The draw for the 2013 SHC didn't do Kildalkey any favours as they were again drawn in Group B along with Longwood, Killyon, Kilmessan, Boardsmill and 2012 champions Kiltale. The IHC draw sees Kildalkey in Group A pitted against Clann Na nGael, Ashbourne, Wolfe Tones, Ratoath and Blackhall Gaels. Best of luck to all the village players for 2013.

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