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Presentation to Primary School

The club presented our primary school camogie team with sliotars and water bottles recently for the year ahead. Pictured are Principle Robbie Byrne along with 6th class teacher Vivienne Ryan and pupils from the camogie team. All the best for the year girls.

U8 Camogie Blitz Sat 11 th May ‘19

We had our first Blitz on home turf Saturday morning last 11th May, playing Freshford and Young Ireland’s. The girls were brilliant and displayed great determination in both games. A special well done to the girls who participated in their first ever Blitz. A big thank you to Maurice who had the pitch in great order as usual, our Referee Brian and all the parents who helped out in the kitchen.

U16 Kilkenny Camogie A & B Winners

Camogie Shield & Cup winners!

Big congrats to Margaret Maher and Caragh Keating winning the B shield final against Wexford on a score line of 2-8 to 8 points.



And to Kate McCluskey(capt), Leah Brett & Reece Delaney winning the A cup final v Dublin 4-15 to 1-13

Senior Hurling League 2nd Round: GBC v St. Patrick’s 20/04/2019

Goals win games and this was to prove to be the difference in a sunny Palmerstown on Saturday 20th April 2019, when the two 2017 Intermediate Finalists met.

The opening exchanges were tough and would remain so for the first half. The teams were level on 0-3 a-piece in the 12th minute but proceedings were halted for the next quarter of an hour as a serious injury to GBC’s full-back Bob Murphy resulted in him being removed to hospital.  After the resumption, GBC’s Sean Ryan scored a wonderful goal which gave the locals the lead, which they subsequently would not relinquish. Goal-keeper Ciaran Hoyne made two impressive saves before the end of the first half which kept the half time score to GBC 1-7 St.Patrick’s 0-8.
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Mary Mc Grath Table Quiz

A great night was had on Holy Thursday night in The Pound Ballycallan. A great turnout with 20 tables. A huge thank you to the McGrath family for organisation, premises, food and prizes. A thank you to Billy Neary for being quiz master on the night and to Anne Murphy and Siobhan O’Brien for doing corrections. Thanks to any one who helped in anyway on the night and to everyone who donated prizes and made sandwiches, much appreciated. Thank you to Avonmore and Celine Egan for sponsoring quiz prizes.

Well done to the winning team of James Cahill, Mary Murphy, Mary McCluskey and Sean Casey who received an Avonmore Hamper each.
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U14 County Camogie

U14 County Camoige —Munster Cup LIT. Congrats to Kilkenny U14’s who were victorious beating Limerick/Clare/Galway/Cork and Limerick in Final! St. Brigid’s were represented by Lauren Ronan who played and had the honour of captaining the Team. Also, Kilkenny reached the Shield Final and were runners up to Laois in the Final. Here St. Brigid’s were represented by Katie Maher and Ava Brett! Well done girls!!


Minior A Camogie Tuesday 9th April

Our Minior girls travelled to Gowran on Tuesday 9th April off the back of a great win over Piltown the previous week. The girls put in a great first half against a very strong and up to the age Gowran side. The scoreline at half time was Gowran 1-9  St Brigid’s 0-3. Gowran came out like a force to be reckoned with in the second half. Our young girls put in great determination and teamwork but were broke down by this Gowran side at every chance. The final score does not reflect the effort put in by this young St. Brigid’s side. Final score Gowran 5-13 St Brigid’s 1-8.

U14 League Match V Gowran

Our U14 girls started their league campaign on Monday 8th April v Gowran in Tom Ryall Park. Gowran started the better side but that didn’t stop St. Brigid’s. When they got a hold of the ball, off they took with great determination and great skill they put a brilliant goal in the back of the net. Gowran ran at the St. Brigid’s girls throughout the first half but the girls put over a few more points and were winning by 2 points at half time. There was no stopping the St Brigid’s girlS in the second half, a great team performance was displayed and all subs coming from the line showing great impact. A brilliant result for our first match ending on a scoreline of St. Brigid’s 4-10 Gowran 3-6.

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