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East Mayo Junior Championship
Jun 7, 2009, 12:11 am
Kiltimagh play their first game in the East Mayo Junior Championship on Friday evening 12th June 2009. The game, against Eastern Gaels, takes place in Brickens at 8pm.

County Junior League Final Sunday 14th June 2009
Jun 7, 2009, 12:09 am
Kiltimagh will take on Parke in the County Junior League Final at Foxford on Sunday 14th June 2009 at 12 noon.

Kiltimagh have comfortable win over The Neale
Jun 6, 2009, 11:28 pm
Kiltimagh 4-11 The Neale 0-7: Kiltimagh cruised to victory against The Neale in this one sided encounter on Saturday 6th June 2009. The Neale never got in to the game and Kiltimagh capitalised to garner another 2 points on their travels.

St Aidens N.S. win Cumann na mBunscoil
Jun 6, 2009, 10:59 pm
A powerful start from the Kiltimagh side helped them on their way to a comfortable win over 2008 Champions, Quay NS, Ballina. Points from Dylan Roache and Fergus McCormack were followed by a goal from Cillian Finn, punched to the net, and these scores seemed to knock the steam out of the Ballina side. They did manage their only point of the half at that stage but this was quickly erased by another Roache point. Jason Forkan followed that with a beautiful point and then Cillian Finn finished the half's scoring with another 1-2. However, it wasn't just in the scoring department that St Aiden's were on top. Any ball that came down the middle was hoovered up by Calum Turtill who had the game of his young life and he frustrated all players put on him by beating each one of them to the ball on every occasion. Shane Ruane was Mr. Dependable in goal and this gave great confidence to the defence with Barrett, Sean Walsh and Paul O' Brien sound in front of him. There was a swirling wind and it was difficult to say what team it may have been assisting. It certainly didn't assist the Ballina boys in the second half. The teams again traded points after the break, Kiltimagh's point again coming from Roache. However, Jack Carroll snuffed out a number of attacks and Rory Grogan featured strongly. Then 2 goals from McCormack and a point from Robbie Gill killed off the game as a contest. The first of McCormack's goals came from a great catch and lay off from Martin Byrne and the second from a ball won by Dean Forkan on the 40 and passed inside to Fergus. The teams again exchanged points in the closing stages with Patrick McDonnell striking over after a wonderful move. Ciaran Mulderrig, Cian Charlton and Niall Clendon came on in the finishing stages to help close out the game for Kiltimagh. Congratulations to St Aiden's on this wonderful win and great credit is due to Brendan Donnellan and his assistant, Tom Byrne, for the way they coached and prepared this team.
Team and Scorers: Shane Ruane, Barrett Akpotor, Sean Walsh (Capt), Paul O' Brien, Jack Carroll, Calum Turtill, Jason Forkan (0-1), Cillian Finn  (2-2), Robbie Gill (0-1), Rory Grogan, Dylan Roache (0-3), Patrick McDonnell (0-1), Dean Forkan, Martin Byrne, Fergus McCormack (2-1): Subs: Ciaran Mulderring for Grogan, Cian Charlton for McCormack, Niall Clendon.

Reserve League vs Bonniconlon Deferred
Jun 2, 2009, 10:55 pm
The reserve league game against Bonnconlon fixed for Kiltimagh on Wednesday 3rd June 2009 has been deferred. Check this site for details of the refixture.

Kiltimagh's League Game vs The Neale now at 5.30pm
Jun 2, 2009, 10:54 pm
The Division 1C game against The Neale has been brought forward to 5.30pm on Saturday the 6th June 2009 at The Neale/Cong

Kiltimagh 0-11 Lacken 0-4
Jun 2, 2009, 10:51 pm
Kiltimagh had a convincing win against Lacken in the first game of the 2009 Junior Championship. It was a workmanlike display from Kiltimagh who did the necessary job to secure this win. Next game up is against Ballintubber B team at Clogher on the weekend of 5th July 2009.

U12 Ladies vie for Semi-Final Spot
May 20, 2009, 8:08 pm
Kiltimagh 5-7 Louisburgh 0-8: A convincing win over Louisburgh leaves Kiltimagh with a real chance of making the U12 league semi-final. A win over Swinford in the final game will see them through.

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