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Camogie Leinster Intermediate Championships Semi-Final

Kildare 1-10 Carlow 1-14

Hard luck to our girls Aoife Mangan (Kill) and Annette Corcoran (Kill) and the Kildare Camogie Team who lost out on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-14 against a strong Carlow team in the Leinster Intermediate Championship Semi-Final.

Next up is Westmeath in the All-Ireland Championship on the weekend of the 14th/15th June.

Senior Football League Div 4 Rd7

Kill 1-12 Grangenolvin 0-9

Our Senior Football Team Played Grangenolvin in Kill grounds on Saturday 18th last.

What a great game.

Hats off Lads on a fantastic win.

Also, our lads finally played Cappagh (Round 5) which was rescheduled on Wednesday 15th last and one more great win.  Kill 2-12 Cappagh 2-08.

This team is getting stronger every match that is played.

Looking forward to you next match against Ardclough on Wednesday 22nd in Ardclough grounds @ 7.30pm.

As with all matches please check our social media in case of time or venue changes.

Jackpot this week is €7,550

Results for Monday 13th May 2019 – 1, 11, 23, 27.

The lotto was not won this week, and we had three people that had 3 numbers. €200 is divided between them.

  • Nichola Behan (c/o T. Flynn)
  • Leon (c/o T. Flynn)
  • Dan Bryan (Online)

This week our Lotto draw will be held on Monday evening 20th May 2019 in the Club House Bar @ 9pm.

Jackpot is €7,550

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


Match Report – Men’s Reserve League Div4A Rd4

Kill 2-10 to Cappagh 3-10

Our Men’s Reserve Team travelled to Cappagh Gaa on Monday 13th May to play Round 4 of the Men’s Reserve league Div 4a.

Top scorer on the night and man of the match John Kenna who rolled back the years with an outstanding performance at corner forward scoring one goal and a point.

We were winning 1-07 to 0-4 points at half time after the rest the lads just couldn’t get back into the game.

One claim to frame we were the first match to play on their new pitch and John had the privilege of scoring the first goal no one can take that away from him.

Hard luck lads.  We lost 3-10 to 2-10

Looking forward to the next game against Robertstown in Kill GAA on Monday 20th May @ 7:30pm.

Please check our social media as match days and times could change closer to the time.

All support greatly appreciated.


Match Report- Adult Camogie League Div 2 Round 6

Kill 1-08 Cappagh 0-09

Our Senior Camogie Team travelled to Cappagh on Monday evening to play the 6th round of the Division 2 League. Kill knew before the sliotar was thrown in, that every puck of the ball was going to be hard fought against a very determined Cappagh side. Kill opened the score with a point from play by Louise Dunne, followed in quick succession with another point from Kaitlyn Miley. Cappagh didn’t allow Kill to go too far ahead by following up with a couple of points, one scored from a free, the other from play. It was end to end play in the first half with a close score of Kill 0-06 Cappagh 0-05, the other Kill players to score in first half were Michaela Kavanagh 2 points and 2 points from well taken frees by Sarah Cullen.

The second half started where first half finished with Kill popping over a point from Sarah Cullen. The Kill backs were strong in second half and held off a Cappagh drive to try score a goal with only 5 minutes left to play. From a well pucked out ball from Kill goalie Joanne Burgess, the Kill Team worked the sliotar up the field which resulted in a well taken goal by Eimear Broderick. Cappagh tapped over one more point but Kill followed with a point of their own scored by Sarah Cullen.

It was a great performance by all the Kill girls and well deserved their win. Their last match to determine if they reach the league semi-final is being played in Kill on Monday next the 20th May at 7.30pm in Kill GAA. All Support Would Be Much Appreciated by The Girls.

Scorers for Kill:

  • Eimear Broderick 1-00
  • Kaitlyn Miley 0-01
  • Louise Dunne 0-01
  • Michaela Kavanagh 0-02
  • Sarah Cullen 0-04.

Best for Kill:

  • Aoife Goodwin
  • Beckie Breen
  • Joanne Burgess
  • Laura Cahill

LGFA – U14 All Ireland Series Stage 1

Very proud of our two U14 Kildare Footballers

Niamh Farrelly (Kill) and Mya Pardy (Kill) play on the U14 Kildare Football team.

On Saturday 11th May, our girls played for Kildare in Cavan. 

Congratulations to team and management for a fantastic win.

The team will advance to the winner’s group for stage 2. 

Kildare v Laois 
5-13 to 0-8

Kildare v Monaghan
3-8 to 2-3

Kildare v Donegal
8-17 to 0-2

Match Report – Senior Football League Div 4 Rd6

Robertstown 1-12 Kill 2-10

Our senior footballers recorded their first league win of the campaign with a hard-fought victory away to Robertstown. A strong second half performance from the team who came from 10 points down with 20 minutes remaining made this victory all the sweeter over a side who were top of the league going into yesterday’s game.

Kill started well with early points from Alan Wren and Paul Kirwan, however the home side settled into the game with a goal from the excellent Damien Leeson after 8 minutes. Robertstown dominated the remainder of the half and scored some excellent points from play to lead by 1-06 to 0-03 at half time. Indeed, there lead could have been bigger, but some missed frees and some excellent defending by Kill kept the visitors within touching distance of their hosts.

The second half started with continued home side dominance with four early points extending their lead to 10 points. It was at this stage that Kill opened their shoulders and decided to play some attacking football, two excellent goals by Stephen Skelton and Johnny O’Brien reduced the lead to three points with 10 minutes remaining. Kill emptied the bench and excellent scores by Jamie Nolan, Paul Kirwan (3) and Kevin Downey help clinch victory by the minimum. A strong performance in the second half by Jack Healy, Gavin Mahady and Paul Kirwan laid the foundations for this comeback.

Scorers: Paul Kirwan 0-5, Alan Wren 0-3, Stephen Skelton & Johnny O’Brien 1-0 each, Jamie Nolan, & Kevin Downey 0-1 each

Best for Kill were: Jake Nolan, Ross Mantle, Michael O’Mahony and Jack Healy

Their next match will be against Cappagh, this Wednesday 15th in Kill GAA @ 7.30pm. All support is greatly appreciated.

Upcoming matches this week ending 18/5/2019

Match times may vary so to avoid disappointment, please check our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for updated information.

Sunday 12th May

Men SFL Div 4 Rd6

  • Kill v Robertstown
  • Robertstown GAA @ 5.00pm

Monday 13th May

Men’s Reserve League Div4A Rd4

  • Kill v Cappagh
  • Cappagh Gaa @ 7.30pm

Senior Camogie League

  • Kill V Cappagh
  • Cappagh GAA @ 7.30pm

Camogie – U14

  • Kill V Sallins
  • Kill GAA @ 7pm

Tuesday 14th May

LGFA – Senior Ladies

  • Our Senior Ladies are playing the first round of the Championship on Tuesday evening.  Please check our social media platforms for more information when details are available.

Wednesday 15th May

Men SFL Div 4 Rd5 – Refixed Match

  • Kill V Cappagh
  • Kill GAA Club @ 7.30pm

Thursday 16th May

SHL Div 3 Rd 6

  • Kill V Sarsfields
  • Kill GAA @ 7.30pm

Friday 17th May

No Matches reported

Saturday 18th May

No Matches reported

Sunday 19th May

No Matches reported

U10 Football team

Great Sunny day for a game of football.

It was a fantastic day for our U10 Football team on Saturday last. 

All 30 players travelled to Sarsfields where the played 3 great games of football.

The future looks bright for football in Kill GAA Club.

Keep up the good work guys & girls, we are all very proud of you.

This was our U10 Team 31 years ago, 1988

Scoil Bhride Hurling

Stronger than ever!

Well done to all the lads who played for Scoil Bhride on Thursday last in Kill GAA Club.

A great game of hurling between Scoil Bhride & Sallins.

A well fought win by Scoil Bhride.

Kildare County Camogie – Aoife Mangan (Kill) & Annette Corcoran (Kill)

Kildare 2-06 Dublin 1-06

Congratulations Aoife, Annette and the Senior Kildare Camogie Team who defeated Dublin in the Leinster Intermediate Championship.

The Kildare panel to who faced Dublin in the Intermediate Championship. 
1) Tanya Johnson JTB 
2) Aine O’Neill Rathcoffey 
3) Nicole Malcolmson Clane 
4) Erin McEvoy JTB 
5) Kelly Perkins Naas
6) Aoife Trant JTB 
7) Maria Doyle Naas
8) Shauna Mulligan Rathcoffey 
9) Deirbhile Byrne St Laurances 
10) Holly Tynan Celbridge 
11) Fiona Trant Naas
12) Clodagh Flanagan JTB 
13) Ellen Morgan JTB 
14) Lea Sutton Broadford 
15) Caoimhe Shiels Kilcock 
16) Aine Conway Naas
17) Annette Corcoran Kill
18) Aoife Mangan Kill
19) Charlene Dowling Moorefield 
20) Emma Kielty Eire Og Corra Choill
21) Melanie Treacy St Laurances 
22) Sheena O’Brien Moorefield 
23) Sorcha Gilman Clane 
24) Siobhan Hurley JTB 
25) Orlaith Fahy Kilcock

No Winner in last weeks Lotto

Numbers for Monday 7th May 2019 – 2, 6, 23, 25.

The lotto was not won this week, and we had two people that had 3 numbers. €200 is divided between them.

  • Alanna Lee (L. Byrne)
  • Johnny Peters (T. Flynn)

This week our Lotto draw will be held on Monday evening 13th April 2019 in the Club House Bar @ 9pm.

Jackpot is €7,400

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


Senior Football League Div 4

Last weeks match cancelled and played this week

Our men’s football team were to play Cappagh on Thursday 9th, but this was cancelled and re-fixed to this Wednesday 15th May.

They are also playing away to Robertstown on Sunday 12th May, throw in @5.30pm.

All support is greatly appreciated.

Camogie – U10

Blitz in Straffan GAA Club

On Monday Last, 6th May, our U10 Camogie team travelled to Straffan to play in a Blitz.

Well done girls, you played fantastic, keep up the good work and all the training.

Our future is looking bright within our Camogie section.

Senior Hurling Team Div3 Rd5

Maynooth 5-12 Kill 1-07

Hard luck to our Senior hurlers on Wednesday last, 8th May, when they played Maynooth in the 5th round in the 2019 HAVEN HIRE Hurling League.

Good Luck lads with your next match against Sarsfields on Thursday 16th May in Kill @ 7.30pm.

Please check our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram closer to the date to confirm the next match against Sarsfield.

Camogie – U14

Kill 4-02 Naas 2-01

Well done to our U14 Camogie Team who Played Naas on Sunday last, 5th May.

Every player put their heart and soul into the game and came out triumphs in the end.

Thank you to Naas for a great game.  Well done to the entire team.