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

Our Prediction:

Kiltale will win

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

Match report here... Longwood haven't won the title since 1936 and it wasn't to be this year either as Kilmessan won by a score of 2-16 to 0-11. Kildalkey's only representative on the field of the 2013 Meath SHC final on Sunday 6th October was clubman Nick Fitzgerald who was honoured with being selected to referee the game that was contested between Kilmessan and Longwood.

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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.

A good number of these lads will be moving up to adult ranks next year, so come out and support them and see what the future holds. Our minor (u17) side have a big match away to Navan OMahonys/Wolfe Tones on Saturday in Navan (2pm). A victory could secure a place in the Div 2 county final, but this is somewhat dependent on results elsewhere.

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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.

Local clubman Sean Heavey has been honoured to succeed Stephen Clynch as captain of the Meath Senior Hurling team for 2015. Sean lead Meath to Keogh Cup success last year and begins his captaincy next Sunday 18th January, 2015 in Pairc Tealtainn at 12:15pm against St Pats-Mater Dei. Having achieved success with Kildalkey Senior's with their memorable three in a row County titles from 2009-2011, Sean has been an ever present member of the Meath team for the last number of years. This is the curtain raiser to the O'Byrne Cup clash between Meath and Dublin.Read more...

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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.

Next outing is against Na Fianna in Baconstown on Saturday 9th March at 16:00.All the fixtures and results are here.. The Senior hurling fixtures have been announced and Kildalkey have been drawn in Group A in the Senior Hurling Championship and will face Longwood in R1, Trim in R2, O'Mahonys in R3, Boardsmill in R4 and finally Rathmolyon in R5. Kildalkey have also been drawn in Group A in the Junior Hurling Championship and will face St.Patrick's in R1, Boardsmill in R2, Rathmolyon in R3, Trim in R4 and O'Mahonys in R5. The lads got off to a winning start in the Hurling League Div.1B with victory over Longwood by 4-15 to 0-09 on Saturday 2nd March at Dunganny.

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As they have done all season, Kildalkey's matches have been played in wet conditions, and today was no exception. As Kildalkey put up the scores on the board, the weather improved with the sun shining on a glorious victory. Kildalkey responded with a point and then took over the match scoring more freely as Trim struggled to get out of their own half for long periods of the game. 30/09/2012Congratulations to the Kildalkey Ladies who captured the Meath Junior Camogie Champions 2012 with a victory over Trim by a score of 4-05 to 1-01 at Boardsmill today. The match started in wet blustery conditions as Trim opened the scoring with a point.

There are twenty-one townlands, all of which are listed with their residents in Griffith's Valuation of 1854. A castle (or tower-house) dating from c.1430, which was built by the Nugent family, is at Moyrath. These are: Balaghtalion, Ballynadrimna, Baskinagh Lower, Baskinagh Upper, Cloncarneel, Clonmore, Clonylogan, Corballis, Kildalkey Town, Lady Island, Moat Town, Moyrath, Neillstown, Portanab, Pubblestown, Rathcormick, Rathkeena, Shanco, Woodtown Abbot and Woodtown West.[2] The following families are historically associated with the parish: Barnewall, Nangle, Nugent, and Potterton. The principal landlords in the parish were the Earls of Darnley although Speaker William Conolly and later Henry Grattan held Moyrath.

Below are some of the photos of the event. The U12, U14, U16 & U18 teams all participated in the respective divisional Finals during the year and in recognition for this achievement, the jerseys and tops were sponsored. Fantastic presentation took place on 20th Aug 2015 where local sponsorship of Training Jerseys by Michael Darby Woodcraft & Construction, Crew Barbers and Wayne Law of DHL Ireland. Well done to all the players and coaches involved. It provides a great sense of identity to the club and it shows appreciated of all the achievements of each team throughout the year. Thanks again to the primary sponsors of the jerseys and tops.