2017 Extra Time Sport ‘Sports person of the year nominee Caoimhe Sheil has been named on the Kildare Minor Camogie panel for 2018.
Sheil has been joined on the panel by her Kilcock team mate Fiona Kyne.
Kildare Minor Camogie Panel 2018:
Kildare play Derry in their first All-Ireland Minor Championship match on 17th February in Derry.
The Management team is Tony Maher, Breda Wall, Charlie Keegan and Mary Coughlan
Preperations are being fine-tuned for Kilcock Gaa Clubs’ biggest night of the year.
It’s the Lip Sync Battles Ireland Kilcock style. It takes place in the club on Saturday, September 30th.
It’s a huge fund-raising event. The launch took place in the club house the same night Rory’s Stories put on a magnificent show.
Kilcock Gaa have been at the heart of the community since as far back as 1887. They were one of the first clubs to affiliate under Gaa rules in Kildare along with Clane, Carbury and Monasterevan, just two and a half years after the association was founded in Thurles.
They have top class facilities at their Branganstown home, including their splendid clubhouse with its fabulous sports hall. The pitches at their HQ are rarely silent.
The club are putting in the work in football, hurling and camogie and are marching towards the future with confidence. The Lip Sync spectacular will help to keep the home fires burning.
Make sure to get your tickets soon before the ‘Sold Out’ signs are put up!!!
Kilcock Gaa club historically became ‘one club’ when members voted unanimously for the proposal at an EGM on Friday night, March 10th 2017.
The one club brings together Kilcock Gaa Club, Kilcock LGFA and Kilcock Camogie Club to replace what was previously three seperate organisations.
A spokesperson for the club spoke positively regarding the decision; “This is huge progress in the development of Kilcock Gaa and we are delighted to have the Ladies Football and Camogie clubs onboard as we progress together.”