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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.


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  1. Eden Fantasys | | Reply

    The toe-to-hand was pioneered by the Roseberry (now Newbridge Sarsfields ) club. A team made up of players from the two strongest clubs in the county, Roseberry and Clane, played Kerry three times for the All-Ireland Championship of 1903; the matches drew the first mass interest in a field sport in the country, had an aggregate attendance of 50,000, and were regarded as the games which “made the GAA.”

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