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Match Report – Senior Ladies Football Div 4 Round 2

Kill 3-10 to 0-05 Athy

Our girls welcomed Athy for Round 2 of the league on Tuesday last.

On a lovely evening for football, on a well prepared pitch, with great local support the girls won by a score of 3.10 to 0.05

Another great team performance by this great bunch of girls makes it 2 wins from the first 2 games of the league.

Scorers for Kill

  • Alannah Pardy 0-02
  • Chloe Murphy   1-01
  • Laoise Lenehan 1-02
  • Jenny Cahill 0-01
  • Sinead Keogh 0-02
  • Michaela Kavanagh 0-02
  • Megan Donovan 1-0

Next up in Round 3 of the league the girls will welcome Castlemitchel to Kill on the 23rd of April 

Your support will be greatly appreciated.

Girls Football – Our first U10’s Blitz a huge success

What a huge success for girls football today, Saturday 13th April in Kill GAA Club with their first ever U10’s Blitz.

There were over 85 girls playing 9 matches this morning in the Club Ground.  31 of these girls were from our own Club.  Girls football are packing in the numbers.  The way it is looking now it bodes very well for the future of Girls Gaelic football in our club.

Our visitors Raheens, Sarsfield and Eadestown played excellent football and it was a pleasure to have them take part.  The games were played in great spirit and plenty of fun was had by everyone. 

Big thank you to Alan Jordan for the goodie bags and the parents for all the sambos, cakes and goodies and not to mention the help with serving out teas and coffees to all the away teams.  The three away teams were very impressed and very complimentary to us.

A final big thank you to Derek, Ronan, Conor, Yvonne, Jackie & Sinead. Fantastic coaching and super encouragement to our girls.   May it long continue into the future.

Matches for the upcoming week

Kill GAA have a busy week ahead with matches both at home and away.

We would like to wish all teams the best of luck with your matches this week

All support is greatly appreciated


Football – Men’s Reserve League Div4A

  • Kill v Rathcoffey
  • When:  Monday 15th April
  • Throw in: 7pm
  • Venue: Kill GAA Club

Camogie – Senior Camogie League Div 2 Rd3

  • Kill V Broadford
  • When: Monday 15th April
  • Throw in: 7pm
  • Venue: Kill GAA Club


Football – Men’s SFL Div4 Rd4

  • Kill V Ballykelly
  • When: Tuesday 16th April
  • Throw in: 8pm
  • Venue: Ballykelly GAA Club

LGFA – U16 Div 2 League

  • Kill V Na Fianna
  • When: Tuesday 16th April
  • Throw in: TBC
  • Venue: Na Fianna GAA Club


No matches reported


LGFA – U14 Div 2 League

  • Kill V Carbury
  • When: Thursday 18th April
  • Throw in: 7.15pm
  • Venue: Carbury GAA Club

Hurling – SHL Div 3 Rd 2

  • Kill V Clane
  • When: Thursday 18th April
  • Throw in: 7pm
  • Venue: Kill GAA Club


No matches reported


No matches reported


No matches reported

Many hands make light work!

We appreciate and applaud you for your time and effort.

Busy day up in Kill GAA on Saturday and we would like to take the opportunity to thank

  • Noel Flood
  • James Cocoman
  • John Flood

for giving up their time and keeping our grounds maintained.

If it wasn’t for the help of these guys and their machinery, our grounds wouldn’t be as good as they are.

Great to have people like this around giving up their precious time. 

If you have some time to spare over the summer months and would be interested in helping out on various jobs, please WhatsApp Michael Behan 087-617 3831 your details and what way you could help out.  I’ve no doubt he will revert back to you asap 😊

Our Girls on the Kildare LGFA U14 Squad

Leinster B U14 Football Final

Kildare 2-14 to 1-06 Westmeath

On Saturday our own Niamh Farrelly and Mya Pardy from Kill GAA Club played the Leinster B U14 Football Final with the Kildare U14 squad. 

Congratulation to Kildare for their win against Westmeath in Hawkfield today.

Girls your Club, team mates and coaches are so proud of you both.

Kildare U14 team

Match Report- Adult Camogie League Div 2 Round 2

Kill 1-03 to 0-09 Rathcoffey/Straffan

Our Senior Camogie Team travelled to Rathcoffey on Monday evening to play the second round of the league.

Kill had a lot of possession in the first half but unfortunately could not convert into scores, leaving the half-time score at 3 points to 2 to the home side.

The start of the second half saw Rathcoffey/Straffan go further ahead from frees converted but Kill battled back to come within a point after a great goal was scored by Kaitlyn Miley followed by a point from Michaela Kavanagh.

Despite a hard-fought match and a great team fight back Kill were beaten by 3 points.

Scorers for Kill:

  • Louise Dunne 0-01
  • Michaela Kavanagh 0-02
  • Kaitlyn Miley 1-0

Best for Kill were:

  • Jenny Cahill
  • Aoife Mangan
  • Laura Cahill
  • Jenny Flood

The girls are playing at home to Broadford next. (Sunday or Monday) Check our Facebook page for date and time.

Written by M Behan 10/4/2019

Match Report – Men’s SFL Div4 Rd3

Kill 0-10 to 2-19 Rheban

Our senior footballers recorded their third defeat of the league campaign when defeated by Rheban on Saturday.

Kill started the game well, aided by a strong breeze and lead by 0-06 to 0-02 after 15 minutes with scores from Alan Wren 0-04, Paul Kirwan 0-01 and Eoin Finneran 0-01.

Rheban chipped away at the lead and with 5 minutes remaining in the first half they hit the front with a goal after a mix up in the home sides defence, a lead they would never relinquish.

Three more Rheban points before the break meant the visitors lead by 1-09 to 0-06.

Kill took the game to Rheban early in the second half however we could not convert the possession into scores and the visitors built on their lead.  

Kill kept trying until the end with scores from Kirwan 0-2, Matthew Ryan 0-01 and James Lawlor 0-1.

Best for Kill were: –

  • Eoin Finneran
  • Jack Healy
  • Frankie Kilkelly

Written by C Byrne 8/4/2019

Match Report – U16 Kill 6-11 to 4-05 Sallins

School Friends v School Friends

Kill Under 16s girls took on Sallins in their Div 2 match on Saturday morning at home.  Most of the girls from the 2 sides go to school together so this added to the atmosphere.

Sallins started brightly and where 4 points up after 5mins. Kill soon settled in their rhyme and started to play some great football.  They went in to half time 6 points ahead and continued to play strong football after the break eventually winning 6-11 to 4-5

Kill Team

  • Laura Humphries
  • Erin Maguire
  • Sophie Holbrook
  • Jorga Goldring
  • Ella Goldring
  • Aoife Mulligan
  • Naomi Vaughan
  • Emma McAleenan (Captain)
  • Robyn Lavin
  • Niamh Farrelly
  • Ellen Creighton
  • Mya Pardy
  • Mickela Nash
  • Katherine Cahill
  • Ava Dunne

Written by Richard Brophy 7/4/2019

Match Report – Ladies SFL Div4 Rd1

Kill 1-14 to 0-04 Trinity Gaels 

What a great start to the League for our Senior Ladies Football team.

On Tuesday night our ladies went to Ballykelly where they played against Trinity Gaels.

Kill Ladies had a strong hold to the game from the start and wasn’t taking their eyes off it until the final whistle.

Congratulation girls on a great win, and with your sheer determination and skills we have no doubt it will continue.

Scorers for Kill

  • Nicole Jordan 0-01
  • Alannah Pardy 0-02
  • Michaela Kavanagh 1-02
  • Laoise Lenihan 0-01
  • Sinead Keogh 0-01
  • Chloe Murphy 0-05
  • Emma Carroll 0-02

Substitutions for Kill

  • Nicole Jordan
  • Sinead Keogh

Best for Kill

  • Alannah Pardy
  • Jenny Cahill

Written by Michaela Kavanagh 06/04/2019

Match Report – U14 Camogie

Kill 4-00 to 3-01 Celbridge

Well done to JJ Kelly who had been training this young side all winter.  All that hard work showed in todays match. 

All our girls played extremely well.  Especially the Cahill girls, Sara and Kathryn Cahill, who were on fire scoring 4 goals between them.

Match Scorers:

  • Sara Cahill 3-0
  • Kathryn Cahill 1-0

Best for Kill

  • Aisha Yar
  • Niamh Kelly
  • Maisie Molloy
  • Sophie Fennessy

Best of luck with the next few matches Girls.

Written by Marie Cullen 6/4/2019 & Photos from Eileen Cahill, Thank you.

Congratulations Paul Donnelly

Paul Donnelly from Kill received his refereeing qualification today from the President of the GAA John Horan in Croke Park today .

Well done Paul, looking forward to seeing you on the pitch.

How do you become a Referee?

The first thing to do, is to contact your local Referee Administrator or Recruitment Officer who will give you details on upcoming GAA Referee Foundation Course in your local area, which you will have to complete before you can referee games. GAA Club Referee Course will take 3 nights to complete and will be delivered by GAA Referee Tutors.

For Kildare        

All the best to Naas CBS

Masita All-Ireland Post Primary Schools ‘A’ Football Final (Hogan Cup)

St Michaels, Enniskillen v Naas CBS

Croke Park

Saturday 6th April 2019

TV coverage – 2.45pm (TG4)

Best of luck from all @ Kill GAA Club to Naas CBS who will make history when they become the first Kildare School to play in the All Ireland Post Primary Hogan Cup Football Final.

Kill GAA Lotto tickets are now on sale in Johnstown, thanks to Jordan’s Centra

A big thank you to Jordans Centra for selling our Club Lotto tickets now.

Kill GAA Club Lotto Tickets Can Be Bought In 

  • Kill Pharmacy 
  • Kill Post Office
  • Larry Byrne
  • Timmy Flynn
  • Jordans Centra, Johnstown
  • Can Also Be Done Online By Clicking Here

Jackpot this Monday is €6,650.

Lotto Draw is on Monday Night, 8th April @ 9pm in the Club House Bar.

Online tickets must be purchased before 7pm on Monday evening.


Alan Brogan shares his wealth of knowledge to the U11 and U12 Boys in Kill GAA Club

On Tuesday evening, 40 young boys braved the cold elements in what was described as one of the most talked about event of their session. 

They had heard whispers of who was coming with an atmosphere that can only be described like Christmas Eve and the boys couldn’t sleep with excitement.

Alan Brogan, one of Dublin’s top players, kindly gave his time to come the and share his wealth of knowledge to the under 11&12 Boys on the greatest amateur sport in the world (OK I’m being biased here).

He spoke about this experience and training, having mastered “All Ireland Titles” with the Dublin team.  The pride he had in his club is evident through his passion for the sport.

He gave his free time to the boys, sharing his experiences within the sport and how he developed into the player and coach he became.  Each boy proudly showed him what they were made of. Coaches beamed with delight as the Kids performed for him.

Alan brought the kids through some drills on passing and catching and all in all the team focused on team work and working with each other

To have someone as experienced as Alan join in a training session for the kids was remarkable. I’m sure some people would question why have a Dublin player come to a Kildare club.  Experience and coaching come from all levels and all counties. To raise awareness within children that the GAA holds no bounds.  That talent must be recognised with players from other counties while hold pride in the Jersey you wear.  That respect comes in all forms and you can gain knowledge and experience from everyone (not just people in your county).

Alan was once a child with dreams and ambitions but though dedication, focus and hard work his dreams became a reality.  This is what we are hoping for.  Kids aspire to become their idols. They dream to be on the same playing pitch as them. Tuesday evening their dream was reality.

Parents stood proud on the side-lines (frozen to the bone) but the kids put on a great performance with Alan commenting on how great the bunch of lads they are.  To be honest, I think he is right.  Each child turns up for training come hail, rain or shine.  The commitment they put into their club is truly outstanding and not to be questioned.  Our club are proud of all our outstanding talented young players (not just on our team).  

The GAA is about bringing people together. I guarantee one day we will see the same bunch of lads lining out in Croke Park, representing the Lilly Whites (and taking on the Dubs 😂)

Written by Alicia Brien 5/4/2019

Kill GAA – Upgrading our Floodlights

Kill GAA is looking for your support this year with the 2019 Kildare Club Draw.

How Kill GAA earn money from this draw

60% of all monies raised on tickets sold will go towards the Club to help upgrade our Floodlights. There is no doubt this will be a great asset to the club, especially in the shorter evening throughout the year.

At present, our lights are not up to the National Playing Standards to play certain league matches.  As a result, in the darker evening, we are faced with having to find pitches away to play these matches. 

The Executive Committee present and past have been fundraising and saving to upgrade these floodlights for a couple of years now. The dream would be to have the work completed before our evenings get short again.

Draw details

There are four draws in total over four months

  • 31st May 2019
  • 28th June 2019
  • 26th July 2019
  • 30th August 2019

16 Prizes every month

  • 1st Prize                Renault Clio or €12,000 cash prize
  • 2nd Prize               €3,000
  • 3rd Prize                €1,000
  • 4th Prize                €1,000
  • 5th Prize                €500
  • 6th Prize                €500
  • 7th to 16th Prize  €100

Cost of a Ticket for entry to 4 draws – €100

Equivalent to €25 per draw/month

Where to buy tickets for the draw?

  • Gary Ryan – 087-2856186
  • Michael Behan – 087-6173831
  • Christina Gobbett – 085-1272782 (Evenings & Weekends only)
  • Online by the Ticket order form below

**If you wish to pay by Direct Debit or payment by card over a 4 months period,  please contact Christina Gobbett 085-1272782 (Evenings & Weekends only)


You can buy a ticket now in full by completing the form below.

Kill Gaa Club - Kildare Club Draw Ticket

Thank you for supporting Kill GAA Floodlights Upgrade and Best of Luck in the Draw.
Total Amount: €100.00

Match Report – Senior Hurling Team Kill v Maynooth

Challenge Match, in Kill GAA, 04/04/2019

Our Senior Hurling Team played their first match of the year with a challenge against Maynooth on Wednesday just gone.

A great effort was put in considering the very poor weather conditions, resulting in a 1-point win on a score line of 3-08 to 3-07.

Training resumes next Tuesday the 09th @ 7.30pm with our first league game fixed for Thursday the 11th 👍🏻

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates on the Match venue and time.


Match Report – Intermediate Camogie League Div 2 Rd1

Donard Glen 4-06 to 3-04 Kill

Venue: Donard Glen GAA @ 8pm

Kill played Donard Glen on Monday last, in Donard Glen GAA pitches.  Kill suffered a narrow 5-point defeat.

The weather conditions were appalling, just before the match started hailstones fell, and it was followed by what can only be described as torrential rain for the full match.

The girls braved the elements and went out fighting.  Our ladies had possession a lot of the time in the first half, but it wasn’t meant to be.  The goals were only going in for Donard Glen. At the end of the first half the Score was Donard Glen 3-03 to 0-04 Kill.

This did not dampen their spirits; our ladies went back out and played as if the sun was shining.  Each and every one of the Kill team pulled it together, which enabled Michaela Kavanagh to score three goals in the second half.  Great game girls. Your passion for Camogie is fantastic.

Match Scorers

  • Michaela Kavanagh 3-0
  • Kaitlyn Miley 0-01
  • Louise Dunne 0-01
  • Caoimhe Broderick 0-01
  • Jenny Flood 0-01

Substitutions: –

  • Eimear Broderick replaced Ashling Mantle in the 1st half.
  • Lily Guerin replaced Aoife Goodwin in the 2nd half.

Newcomers to our panel: –

We would like to welcome our new players on the team for 2019.  We have a bright year ahead of us.

  • Louise Dunne
  • Lily Guerin
  • Ella Kearney
  • Rebecca Breen

Looking forward to our next match on

Monday 8th April | Kill v Rathcoffey/Straffan |

at 7.30pm in Rathcoffey

€10,000 Lotto Jackpot was won

Huge Congratulations to Jim Fuery

Kill GAA Lotto, Monday 1st April 2019 was won

The winning ticket was bought online and the winning numbers were
10, 12, 24, 25.

Next Weeks Jackpot is €6,650

Next draw is on Monday 8th April @ 9pm in Kill GAA Club House Bar.
Club House Bar is open while the Draw is on.

Thank You For Your Continued Support to Kill GAA Club.

Tickets Are Now Available To Buy Online By Clicking Link Below

Match Report – Men’s SFL Div 4 Rd2

Kill 3-09 Suncroft 3-14

Kill senior footballers played host to Suncroft on Sunday last and both sides served up an excellent game of football. Kill opened the brightly and a fine team goal finished by Matthew Ryan put the home side in the lead after 5 minutes.

Kill failed to build on that early lead and Suncroft through county player Fionn Dowling equalised after 15 minutes to the Kill net.

Suncroft with the wind on their backs lead by 4 points with 5 minutes remaining in the opening half but three quick-fire Alan Wren scores brought the gap back to 1-05 to 1-06 at the break.

The opening quarter of the second half produced end to end football, and early scores from Suncroft were cancelled out with a goal from Dara Challaneer after good work by Stephen Skelton.

Moments later Kevin Crowe put Kill back into the lead with a well-taken point. However, from that point onwards the visitors took the game by the scruff of the neck and rattled off 2-04 to lead by 9 points with time almost up, but another Wren point from a free followed by a goal from Matthew Ryan reduced the gap to 5 points.

Scorers for Kill

  • M Ryan 2-02
  • D Challaneer 1-1
  • A Wren 0-5
  • K Crowe 0-1

Best for Kill were

  • M Cocoman
  • S Skelton
  • J Healy.

Kill play Rheban in Round 3 next Saturday at 6pm at home.

Written by C Byrne 1st April 2019

Thank you to Kill Pharmacy

Kill GAA Club Lotto tickets can now be bought in Kill Pharmacy

A big thank you to Kill Pharmacy for selling our Club Lotto tickets now. Our Club relies on numerous fundraising throughout the year to survive.

Kill GAA Club Lotto Tickets Can Be Bought In 

  • Kill Pharmacy 
  • Kill Post Office
  • The Dew Drop Inn
  • The Old House
  • Can Also Be Done Online By Clicking Here

Jackpot this Monday is €10,000.

Lotto Draw is on Monday Night, 1st April At 9pm in Club House Bar.

Online tickets must be purchased before 7pm on Monday evening.