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Death of Neil Breen
Mar 14, 2016, 9:48 pm

Kiltimagh GAA Club is greatly saddened to hear of the death of Neil Breen of Cloonturk, Kilkelly. Neil was groundsman at Gilmartin Park for a good many years and was very popular figure at the Club. He was a GAA man through and through and will be greatly missed. Sincere condolences to Neil's family and many friends and all at Aghamore Gaa Club.
Neil's funerals arrangements are as follows:
Reposing at the Marian Funeral Home, Knock on Friday evening from 5 o’clock with private removal at 7 o’clock to his home.
Removal on Saturday morning to St. Celsus Church, Kilkelly arriving for Mass at 11 o’clock.
Burial afterwards in St. Celsus Cemetery.


County Intermediate Championship Quarter Final Clash: Kiltimagh v Moy Davitts
Sep 11, 2015, 2:32 pm
The eagerly awaited clash between neighbours Kiltimagh and Moy Davitts will finally take place next Saturday 19th September 2015 in Charlestown at 5.30pm. There have been many championship clashes between the sides over the years and, when Moy Davitts topped their group this year and Kiltimagh came second in theirs, it was written in the stars that the two sides would meet in this year's quarter finals. Moy Davitts will be the form side going into this clash and will have had the benefit of a league fixture last weekend whereas Kiltimagh were idle and without a league fixture due to Ardnaree's involvement in the County Junior Championship last weekend. Nevertheless, there is never much to separate these sides and Kiltimagh have shown that they have the required talent and determination as they overcame a strong Charlestown side to lift the East Mayo Centenary Cup. It promises to be a thriller and we need that wonderful Kiltimagh support to turn Charlestown blue next Saturday. Kiltimagh abú.

Mayo Club Development Draw 2015
Apr 22, 2015, 7:25 pm

The Mayo GAA Club Development draw has rolled around again.  This is a very
important fundraiser for Kiltimagh GAA Club where a substantial percentage
of tickets sold by Kiltimagh GAA Club goes directly back to the CLUB. We
will shortly be approaching our supporters in relation to the purchase of
this year’s tickets and we would hope that support this year will be at the
same generous levels as previously.

Anyone who might wish to purchase a ticket in this year’s draw can contact
any member of the executive who will be more than happy to help you out.

2015 Prizes:
Draw 1:
First Prize €10,000; Second Prize €1,000;5 Prizes of €500;30 Prizes of
€200.

Draws 2, 3, 4,& 5:
First Prize €5,000; Second Prize €1,000; 5 Prizes of €500; 30 Prizes of
€200.

Draw 6:
First Prize €10,000; Second Prize €1,000; 5 Prizes of €500; 30 Prizes of
€200.


Lotto coming to an end 6th December 2014
Nov 26, 2014, 7:22 pm

After 20 years running, the local lotto run by Kiltimagh Tourism and Kiltimagh GAA Club will be wound up on Saturday the 6th December next, if the jackpot is not won on Saturday the 29th November 2014.

Kiltimagh GAA Club and Kiltimagh Tourism will instead continue with the 50/50 draw which will now move to Saturday night. The first Saturday night 50/50 draw will take place in Langan’s Bar on the 6th December next. That will be held in conjunction with the final lotto draw (if the jackpot is not won on the 29th November 2014).

If the jackpot is won on Saturday the 29th November 2014 then there will be no further ticket sales after that and the lotto will cease as of the 29th November 2014.

The lotto jackpot currently stands at €2800.00 for Saturday the 29th November next and if it is not won on the 29th November 2013 then €3000.00 will be let go on the night of the 6th December 2014. If the jackpot is not won on the 6th December next then all entries purchased for that week shall be placed in a draw and the prizes shall be 6 prizes of €500.

Both associations would like to thank the Community (and beyond) for their great support for the lotto over the years and would hope that everyone will similarly support the 50/50 draw from here on.


Kiltimagh GAA Club AGM
Nov 26, 2014, 7:21 pm

Kiltimagh GAA Club AGM will be held on Monday 1st December 2014 at 7pm at the Meeting Room, Gilmartin Park.


Death of Anto Regan, father of Mick Regan
Nov 3, 2014, 6:34 pm

Sincere condolences to Mick Regan, Gary, Melissa, Adam and Darragh and the Regan family on the death of Mick's Dad, Anto Regan. Funeral arrangements: His remains are reposing at Balla Funeral Home on Tuesday evening from 5 o’clock until 8 o’clock. Removal from his home on Wednesday morning for requiem Mass in the Church of Our Lady Queen of Peace and St. Gerald, Mayo Abbey at 11 o’clock with burial afterwards in the local Cemetery.


President of the GAA visits Kiltimagh on the 20th May 2014
May 18, 2014, 8:13 pm
Kiltimagh Gaa Club have the great honour of welcoming Cuman Luthchleas Gael President Liam O’Neill to the club next Tuesday the 20th of May. The club will run the Flannery, Mulhern and Charlton Cups for all the Underage Teams as well as refreshments, barbecue and medals presentation. The Club welcome everyone down to the Park for this event.

Junior B Championship 2014
Mar 19, 2014, 9:18 pm

Junior B Championship Groups have been sorted. Kiltimagh with Hollymount/Carramore, Breaffy, Aghamore, Garrymore and Bonniconlon. Away to Hollymount/Carramore, Garrymore and Breaffy and home to Aghamore and Bonniconlon.


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