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Killanny Notes

July 30th, 2014


We now face Drumhowan in the championship on Friday next 8th August in Inniskeen at 8pm. Plenty of support for Captain Tiernan Duffy and his team as they strive to make an impression on this years championship.


Killeevan 12 p

Killanny 3g 15p

We got back to our winning ways on Friday last with an impressive away win over Killeevan. It was important to get this win straight after our defeat in the championship.

Reserve Championship McKeown Cup championship semi final

We have reached the final of the reserve championship with a convincing win over Clontibret on Wednesday last on a scoreline of 2g16p to 2g 9p. Good to see Michael Vernon getting his shooting boots back on and chipped in with 2 points. Locky Byrne and Adrian Campbell led this youthful team by example and showed them how it is done. We meet the winners of Truagh or Monaghan Harps in the final at a date and venue yet to be fixed.


MFL v St Pats in Ballybay on Tuesday August 5th at 7.30pm
Under 14
Our under 14s lost by three points on Saturday afternoon against a much favored Ballybay team on a scoreline of 3-13 to 3-16. Killanny led the match for much of the first three quarters in a spirited display and led by two points going into the last fifteen minutes. A couple of Killanny errors and good Ballybay play eventually got them over the line.

Good luck

We wish Monaghan County team  the best of luck as they take on Kildare in Pairc Ui Chrocaigh on Saturday next.

Under 12

Despite been short a number of regulars due to holidays our U12 team had a convining win over Finn Rua in the Summer League on Friday evening past. Killanny moved the ball quickly into the full foward line where Ciaran Walsh and Cillian McConnon between them notched up 4 -2. The half foward line of Cian Burns and Cian McNulty worked hard from the start and it was their work rate that set the tone for the game.There were  assured performances from Ciaran O’Reilly and Jack Guinan in the full back line ensuring the Finn Rua attack had to work hard for their scores. David Leegan and Cillian McGahan were always looking to set Killanny on the attack with Leegan also chipping in with a fine point from play.
Kyle Connolly and Oisin Burns were always on top at midfield with both kicking a couple of fine points from play.  James Finnegan and Michael Grimes were introduced to the attack and both made a significant contribution. Killanny also introduced the youthful Ronan O’Reilly and Conor Burns late on and with both getting involved right away.

We now play Truagh in the semi final on Saturday the 9th at 12.00 in Killanny.

Lotto Numbers 28th July

1,26,25,9 – No Winner – Jackpot €9,000

Weekly Winners

Niamh Reid C/o Peter Dooley

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