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Senior Challenge against Garrymore
Mar 3, 2007, 12:50 pm
Kiltimagh played Garrymore in a challenge last Sunday 25th February. They won 2-13 to 2-12. They played four quarters twenty minutes per quarter, every player got a good run.The hard training over the past few weeks showed in the last quarter as Garrymore seemed to run out of steam. In the backs Phillip Larkin, Johny Murtagh,Michael Heneghan and Paul Lydon all played well. Midfield rotated between Tomas Morley, and Gary Smith, partnering Connor Heneghan. In the forwards veteran Brendan Mooney played well with Noel Lydon, Keith Lydon and Michael Walsh all tried hard.
Next challenge tonight Sat 3/3/07 against Aughamore at 7pm. Cars leave from the community centre at 5.30pm

Senior Challange Games
Feb 17, 2007, 3:24 pm
The senior management team have arranged a number of challange games for the team over the coming week. On Sunday the 18th February, the team took on Moy Davitts in Gilmartin Park. In what was a very worthwhile workout for both teams, Moy Davitts ran out winners on a scoreline of 2-14 to 1-11. It is hoped that the team will take on the Swinford team in Ballyvary, under lights, on Friday the 23rd February next at 7pm. This game is subject to confirmation however. The team will then have a game against Garrymore, again in Gilmartin Park, at 12 noon on Sunday 25th February 2007.

Feb 12, 2007, 11:15 pm
9 Team Mentors from Kiltimagh attended the East Mayo coaching couse in Ballyhaunis on the 6th and 7th February last. Micky Mallee, Jack Mallee, Eileen Grogan, Tod O' Mahony, Declan Cosgrove, Tom Kelly, Michael McNicholas, Joe Corry and Joe Boyle all attended and picked up their Certificates for the Foundation Coaching level.  Tom Byrne, Martin Byrne and Eugene Ivers, all involved in team management with the Club also attended the more advanced coaching seminar hosted by the Connacht Council in Claremorris on Saturday 10th February 2007.  They all hope to put the skills they learned to good use for the Club in 2007.

Club's Presentation Dinner Dance a Great Success
Jan 28, 2007, 10:25 pm
The Club's Annual Presentation Dinner Dance took place in the Kiltimagh Park Hotel on Friday Night the 26th January last. About 200 were in attendance for what was a very enjoyable occasion. The night kicked off with an excellent presentation by Declan Cosgrove on the Club's new website. A special presentation was then made to Club stalwart, Paddy McNicholas, who retired from the Executive after 30 years of continuous service. Paddy was appointed Vice-Chairman of Mayo County Board in 2006 and the Club marked this appointment with a special presentation for Paddy and his wife, Irene.

Paddy was also honoured by the Club for the tremendous work he always puts in year after year by being given the Club Person of the Year award for 2006. Larry McEllin, who represented the Club for many years and played for Mayo up until recently, was presented with the Club's Hall of Fame.

Presentations were then made to each of the Players of the Year for 2006:
U10 Boys - Patrick McDonnell;
U10 Grls - Melissa Regan;
U12 Boys - Gary Regan;
U12 Girls - Samantha Mooney;
U14 Boys - David Mulhern;
U14 Girls - Jennifer McNicholas;
U16 Boys - Ciaran Charlton;
U16 Girls - Brionna Burke Carroll;
U18 Boys - James Byrne;
U21 - Darragh Sloyan;
Junior - Mark Freeman;
Senior - Conor Heneghan;
Club Person - Paddy McNicholas;
Hall of Fame - Larry McEllin.

Tom Byrne appointed Senior Team Manager for 2007
Jan 8, 2007, 5:28 pm
Tom Byrne, who returned recently from New York with his wife Joan and children, Katie, Martin, TJ and Maggie has been appointed manager of the Kiltimagh Senior Football for the coming year. Tom's appointment was verified by the Club's executive on the 5th January 2007 and he now takes over from the retiring, Tony Langan. However, it is likely that Tony will see out the teams league campaign should the remaining results leave Kiltimagh in a play-off situation. Tom has formed his management team and he will be joined by his brother, Martin Byrne, Marty Malee, Michael Moran and former senior team manager, Pa McNicholas.

Kiltimagh take giant step to secure Division 2 Status
Dec 18, 2006, 5:01 pm
Kiltimagh put in a sterling performance to comprehensively defeat Ballintubber in their final game of the league on Sunday 17th December last. We must now wait and see what is the outcome of the Tourmakeady/Garrymore game on Saturday next. A win for Tourmakeady will see Kiltimagh safe in Division 2. A draw will mean a further playoff between Garrymore and Kiltimagh while a win for Garrymore will condemn Kiltimagh to a further game with Parke, who finished third in Division 3, in a relegation/promotion playoff.

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