Kiltale (@1.4) vs Kildalkey (@3.25)

Our Prediction:

Kiltale will win

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

Hurls to be provided. Kids will get to learns new skills and have fun. New players welcome. All welcome.WhenTuesdays 28th Feb to 27th MarchWhereKildalkey Parish Hall (indoors)WhoKids aged 5-7 yrs old (Boys & Girls)Duration5 weeks - Every Tuesday from 7pm to 8pmBreak for Easter Outdoor Season starts 1st MayCost1 per child per week (to cover lighting costs)Note: Kids are required to wear helmets & Shin guards to participate. We would like to inform you that the 2012 Hurling Nursery kicks off on February 28th running for 5 weeks indoors at Kildalkey Parish hall.

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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.

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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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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They already met in the opening round of the campaign and on that occasion it was Kiltale that triumphed on a scoreline of 1-19 to 2-10 and in reality, a six-point defeat somewhat flattered Kildalkey that day. Pairc Tailteann is once again the venue for the showpiece of Meath hurling as the top two teams in the county go head to head.

Also Heavey would bring some physicality to that central battle and he would 'mix it' with the Kiltale duo. Kildalkey need a bit of experience in midfield and it baffles me why Sean Heavey has not played there more this year. The former Meath captain by his own standards is not having the best of years and he has been played corner forward on more than one occasion, but his experience in the middle of the park would be invaluable against the Forde/Kelly combination.

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.