Kilcock native Deirbhle Mulvihill who was named as the 2017 Kildare Rose in April continued her duties at the weekend with a visit to the Curragh races at the popular Guineas meeting.
Deirbhle who plays gaelic football for Cappagh is said to have had a fantastic day and even appeared in the picture round of a table quiz, with many people mistaking her for one of the Seoige sisters!!
Best of luck to Deirbhle with all her rose duties and with a busy few months ahead, the best is surely yet to come.
Saturday 22nd April, 8:30pm
Kilcock GAA Club is to host a Race Night in aid of the men’s football team on Saturday 22nd of April. According to sources there will be plenty of craic and MC on the night will be the one and only Nigel Reynolds. Music will be provided afterwards.
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Speaking to club PRO and team member Mark Durkan he said: “It promises to be a great night so pencil the date into the diary and come support the lads fundraiser”
Maynooth jockey Sean Davis claimed his 7th career win when he partnered Repare Mon to victory for the second successive week at Dundalk tonight, April 7th.
Repare Mon (4/1) was one to follow tonight after overcoming trouble in running to triumph at the same venue last Friday and she duly followed up in the Kingbet Handicap this evening.
Kilcock jockey Robbie Downey partnered 5/2 Knockmaole Boy to victory at Tipperary racecourse tonight in the ‘Buy online at Tipperary Races.ie handicap over 1m, 1f.
The Johnny Culloty trained second favourite tracked the leaders halfway around before progressing turning into the straight and taking the lead entering the final furlong, going on to win by a length to 20/1 shot Belclare Boy, with favourite Windsor Beach a further 3/4 of a length back in 3rd.
The win is Knockmaole Boys’ 2nd in a row, with Downey onboard on both ocassions, the previous win coming at Ballinrobe on June 21st.
Downey’s career wins total now stands at an impressive 65.