INAGH ANGLING AGM: In Dillons on Monday 24th @ 9:00pm. New Members Welcome
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INAGH/KILNAMONA CAMOGIE REGISTRATION: Will take place on this Sat. 8th Feb after 6:30pm Mass in Kilnamona & on Sun. 9th Feb after 11:00am Mass in Inagh
Registration for all underage teams will be collected in Kilnamona after 6:30pm Mass in the Community Centre this Saturday 1st Feb. & in Inagh after 11:00am Mass in the old school beside the church on Sun. 2nd February. Family Membership €60 Adult Membership €60 Student & Under 18 €20. Can everyone please try and attend […]
Marie O’Leary, Ballyea, was the proud captain of the Inagh-Kilnamona Under 16A camogie team who beat Sixmilebridge by 5-11 to 2-2 in the County Final on Sunday.
Under 13A team defeated Clarecastle by 4-7 to 2-5 on MOnday. Under lights the same evening in Sixmilebridge our 16A hurlers beat the ‘bridge by 2-18 to 3-5 in the 16A Sheild semi-final and in the U11 A+B games the scores were Kilmaley 4-7, Inagh/Kilnamona 3-8 and Inagh/Kilnamona 4-3, Kilmaley 2-4 respectively.
Inagh/Kilnamona minor ladies and Under 16’s had comprehensive wins recently over Eire Og and St Josephs with the minors now meeting Sixmilebridge in the final and the Under 16’s moving on from their fourth round victory. The seniors play Truagh-Clonlara in the senior championship, which is a must win game. Meanwhile the Under 13’s A+B […]
Our Under 16 girls fought back bravely to earn a draw with Sixmilebridge and the Under 13s were barely beaten by Scarriff/Ogonneloe in their encounter.
Patrick Kelly, by his magnificent saves, played a major role in Clare’s well deserved victory over Limerick in Croke Park. Now the battle begins for tickets for the final on 8th September.
Inagh-Kilnamona GAA have announced that the running track, alongside the pitch in Inagh, is now fitted with lighting. This can be used by inserting €1 for up to 2 hours of usage in the meter by the dressing rooms.
When Barack Obama spoke about change during 2008 he probably wasn’t thinking about GAA matters, but there’s been great change locally in the world of hurling. In January this year a new club was formed, a single unit replacing the clubs in Inagh and Kilnamona at a packed meeting in Kilnamona Community Centre. The club […]