Last Sunday we played football in Ballygiblin. This week was Mitchelstown’s turn to run the blitz which included teams from Glanworth, Araglen, Mitchelstown and Kildorrery. The games were very even and well contested with no one run away winners. Thanks Mitchelstown.
Team: Colin Shealy; Pearse Pigott; Liam McMillan; Conor Noonan; Daniel O’Flynn; Padraig O’Flynn; Osin Fenton; Andrew Shinnick; Conor Kent; Alfie Carey; Sean Watson; Declan Mullins and Darren Caplice.
Kildorrery u12 hurlers faced a very strong Fermoy team Saturday 14th April in Fermoy. Kildorrery battled hard as a team but lost to a good team. Kildorrery u12 hurlers played Mill Rovers on Saturday 21st April in Kildorrery. Kildorrery got off to a strong start and they dominated large parts of the game to ensure the win in this encounter. There will be aspects from the game for both teams to work on.
U13 football Championship
On Monday the 23rd we played Ballyhooley in the first round of the Championship. It was a very close game with Ballyhooley wining out in the end. The final score was Ballyhooley 4-7 to Kildorrery 0-9. Lads you played very well unlucky to play a stronger team in the first round but you did yourselves and your club proud.
The team was T Watson Goal Keeper, I Butler Capt,K Noonan 0-3, C Harrington 0-5, S Óg Shealy 0-1, M Comber, J Keating, M Caplice, A Crowley, J Hunter, S Cunningham, P Pigott, C W O’Grady, E Fenton, E O’Reagan, D Hunter, F W O’Grady, M W O’Grady, K Hurley, R Hurley, R Hannon.
Kildorrery Gaa in conjunction with the local Church fund is holding a concert in St. Bartholomew’s Church on the 10th of May. ‘Tunes in the Church’ will feature the best of local talent. Already confirmed for the night is Sandra Nolan from Kildorrery. The Blackburn family of Ballindangan. The Orpheus Choir who are based in Fermoy.5th and 6th classes from Kildorrery national school. Tenor John Murphy from Cloughleafin. Eileen Harrington and Pauline O’Mahoney from Kildorrery.
Shraharla Church Choir and Éistigí a traditional/folk group based in Kildorrery. Tickets are priced at €10 for adults, with free admission for children and are available from Thornhill’s, the post office and Kildorrery Community development office on the main street. Tickets can also be acquired from any Gaa Member.