Kilcummin preserved their senior championship status with a three points victory over our own club, Milltown/Castlemaine in the Senior County Championship Relegation Play-off in Castleisland on Sunday afternoon.
Milltown/Castlemaine was very unfortunate to lose Donal Dennehy to injury in the 14th minute. Donal had just scored his side’s first point before he landed awkwardly on his left elbow-sustaining a fracture.
Later in the second half, Paul Carroll had to be replaced after picking up an ankle injury. We wish them both a full and speedy recovery.
Well done to the entire panel as they fought right to the end and to Mike Hickey, Mike Carroll and Timmy Teahan for their commitment and enthusiasm with this team.
From Hope to Action
A conference organised by the Irish Association of Suicidology entitled: From Hope to Action- Interventions that work for Suicidal People is being held in the Brehon Hotel, Killarney, on this Thursday 6th and Friday 7th October.
People may attend whole days or may also select a section from the conference programme that they would like to attend, if interested in a particular speaker .There is a concession for volunteers, voluntary groups, sports organisations, community organisations and charities etc. If you are interested, please contact , Deirdre on 086 17 03 332 and I will email you all the conference details.
Lotto Jackpot Now at €11,200
Our Jackpot is now at €11,200. Our next draw is this Friday night – October 7th. Tickets for the lotto are available from our regular sellers and business outlets. Thank you to each person who has supported our draw. The ticket sellers’ endeavours are very much appreciated too.
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