Kildangan GAA Cúl Camp 2017

posted 24 May 2017, 13:37 by rúnaí Cill Daingin

Kildangan GAA Cúl Camp 2017 is fixed for 10th to 14th July. The website is now open for bookings here 
The cost is €60 for the first child, €50 for a second child and €40 for third and subsequent children

Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games. Below is some important information about the camps.

Key Features

  • The camps are structured so that a different aspect of the game is worked on each day.
  • The programme involves coaching specific skills of the game and the opportunity for children to put into practice what they have learned through small sided games.
  • On the last day of the camp a "blitz" will be organised to provide each child with an introduction to competitive games.

What To Bring
  • Packed lunch + drink
  • Hurley and Helmet for Hurling and Camogie
  • Mouthguard for Football
  • Suitable playing gear, tracksuit, shorts, runners, boots
  • Rain jacket and changes of gear on wet days
  • Sun cream and baseball hat
  • Towel
  • Water

Pigeon House Lotto 22nd May

posted 22 May 2017, 14:15 by rúnaí Cill Daingin

Numbers Drawn: 2, 4, 6, 25  

No Jackpot winner.   

Next week's Jackpot: €10,000

€30 winners 
Noreen Pender
Mary, Pauline, Yvonne
John Bradley  
Jacinta Collins
Maureen Fitzgerald

Please support Kildangan GAA by buying a Lotto ticket from any Committee member or promoter.

Pigeon House Lotto Results 15th May

posted 15 May 2017, 15:29 by rúnaí Cill Daingin

Numbers Drawn: 10, 22, 26, 27  

No Jackpot winner.   

Next week's Jackpot: €10,000

€30 winners 
Yvonne Sexton
Adrienne Gilbertl  
Mary T Hamill  
Paddy Martin

Please support Kildangan GAA by buying a Lotto ticket from any Committee member or promoter.

This Weeks Fixtures 15th May

posted 15 May 2017, 15:20 by rúnaí Cill Daingin

Wed, 17th May
Senior League Division 4 Kildangan host Ballykelly at 7.30 pm.
Under 14 Championship, Abbey Rangers V Milltown, in Ballykelly, throw in 6.30 pm

Saturday 20th May
Senior League Division 4 Kildangan away V Ardclough with a throw-in time of 6.00 pm.

Sunday, 21st May
Under 14 Championship, Abbey Rangers V Eadestown in Kildangan, throw in 10.30 am

Please confirm fixtures with mentors before travelling!

Kildangan Under 11 Fixtures 2017

posted 15 May 2017, 15:11 by rúnaí Cill Daingin   [ updated 15 May 2017, 15:11 ]

Under 11 Fixtures for 2017. Please confirm fixtures before travelling. Fixtures, results and reports will be posted here, so keep checking back.

Thurs May 25th-Round 1

Time: 7.00 PM, Venue: grange

Thurs June 1st-Round 2

kildangan v round towers
Time: 7.00  PM, Venue: MORE O FERRALL PARK

Thurs June 8th-Round 3

ballymore v kildangan
Time: 7.00  PM, Venue: ballymore

Thurs June 15th-Round 4

kildangan V rathangan
 Time: 7.00 PM, Venue: MORE O FERRALL PARK

Thurs June 22nd-Round 5

moorefield V kildangan
 TIME: 7.00  PM, VENUE: MOorefield

Kildangan Under 9 Fixtures 2017

posted 15 May 2017, 15:05 by rúnaí Cill Daingin   [ updated 15 May 2017, 15:06 ]

Under 9 Fixtures for 2017. Please confirm fixtures before travelling. Fixtures, results and reports will be posted here, so keep checking back.

Tues May 23rd-Round 1

Time: 7.00 PM, Venue: MORE O FERRALL PARK

Tues May 30th-Round 2

robertstown v KILDANGAN
Time: 7.00  PM, Venue: robertstown

Tues June 6th-Round 3

sarsfields v kildangan
Time: 7.00  PM, Venue: sarsfields

Tues June 13th-Round 4

castlemitchell V KILDANGAN 
 Time: 7.00 PM, Venue: castlemitchell

Tues June 20th-Round 5

Kildangan V nurney 

Kildangan Under 12s Secure South Board Title

posted 15 May 2017, 05:13 by rúnaí Cill Daingin   [ updated 15 May 2017, 08:29 ]



There have been some very entertaining games in the Senior Club championship over the past two weekends but when it comes to excitement and drama, none of them even came close to this game. 

Very much a game of two halves, Castledermot were the dominant force in the first half with Kildangan controlling the second. In the end it took a goal in the fourth minute of injury time to decide the winner in the most dramatic of fashions. 


Kildangan were slow to start-Castledermot had two points on the board before Joey Walsh got Kildangan off the mark. 

Castledermot were making full use of a strong wind and rocked Kildangan with two goals, followed by a long range point to build a hefty lead. A combination of Sean Behan and Zoe Fitzpatrick managed to prevent a third goal and from the resulting clearance Joey Walsh added a second Kildangan point. 

Kildangan then suffered a double blow with Eanna Sherlock leaving the field injured just before a third Castledermot goal that left us 10 points behind.  

On the stroke of half time, Ieuan Gabor Sweeney passed to Nicole Moran who scored a goal that was to prove hugely important. There’s a big difference between going in 10 down and going in 7 down at half time and that goal gave us the bit of inspiration we needed. 

The second half was a different game as Kildangan took control in midfield and made much better use of the ball with some excellent moves. Having said that, Richard Holligan in the Kildangan goal was forced to make a superb save early on with Stephen Murtagh, Luke McKenna and Caleb Schofield all outstanding as we took the game to Castledermot

A Cian Reilly free came off the crossbar and went over for a point-the same player goaled from another free moments later with the ball skimming the underside of the crossbar on the way in. 

Caleb Schofield drove through the middle of the Castledermot defence to knock over a great point to leave Kildangan just 2 points behind, as the large Kildangan support roared the team on. Castledermot secured their second score of the half with a well taken point, restoring their three point advantage.  

Castledermot again attacked from the kick out and it took a perfectly timed tackle from Killian Scully to prevent a fourth Castledermot goal.  

In the Kildangan attack Paddy Neary, Aaron Geoghan and Alan Donoher were causing havoc whenever they gained possession, however they could not register a score as Castledermot defended en masse. Then Cian Reilly reduced the deficit to two points with time almost up with a well taken free kick. 

In injury time Kildangan upped the tempo, Castledermot doing their best to stem the tide. Noah Barry, Joey Walsh and Aaron Schofield all came close to scoring the all important goal, but we just couldn’t get the ball over the line. It looked like it wasn't to be our day as the referee checked his watch.


As we entered the fourth minute of injury time there was time for one last attack as the ball fell to Cian Reilly. The second half of the game had almost been a game of ‘crossbar challenge’ for him, but with his last attempt he went low and somehow managed to squeeze the ball under the Castledermot goalkeeper to put us ahead for the first time in the game. 

It was a cruel way for Castledermot to lose, but the final scoreline of 3.5 to 3.4 in favour of Kildangan shows just how a tight a game this was. 

Great credit must go to all players on the panel who helped to get the team to the final and also to mentors John Reilly and Luke Sweeney for preparing the team so well. Thanks also to the supporters who contributed to a wonderful occasion, one that these children will never forget. 

Kildangan V Castledermot Under 12 Final

Kildangan Under 12 Panel; Adam Barry, Noah Barry, Sean Behan, Sam Cooke, Oisin Coughlan, Alan Donoher, Zoe Fitzpatrick, Ievan Gabor Sweeney, Aaron Geoghegan, Richard Holligan, Lilly Madigan, Luke Mc Kenna, Nicole Moran, Darragh Murphy, Stephen Murtagh, Patrick Neary, Oisín Ó Raghallaigh, Cian Reilly, Killian Reilly, Aaron Schofield, Calieb Schofield, Killian Scully, Eanna Sherlock, Joseph Walsh, Josh Whelan, Sorcha Whelan

Match Report; Declan McGrath.

Kildangan Under 12s Qualify for Final

posted 9 May 2017, 15:30 by rúnaí Cill Daingin   [ updated 9 May 2017, 16:05 ]

Kildangan Under 12s put up a fantastic display of attacking football tonight in More O'Ferrall Park in the league semi-final, qualifying for the South Board final with a comprehensive win against our neighbouring club, Ballykelly. 

Ballykelly tried hard, but had no real answer to the Kildangan onslaught, especially in the second quarter when the Kildangan forward line found their range. Well done to the team and mentors John Reilly and Luke Sweeney, hopefully the team can bring home some silverware. 

Thanks also to  Behan Barry Solicitors, Kildare for their sponsorship of a new set of Jerseys for the team. 
Behan Barry have been long term supporters of Kildangan juveile teams and without such generous sponsorship the club would struggle, especially given the huge numbers of kids playing for Kildangan.

Credit also go to the team as this was the second game of the day for most of them-they played for Kildangan Primary School in the Cumann na mBunscoil semi-final earlier, defeating Scoil Mhichil Naofa Athy and qualifying for the final in the process.

Cill Daingin Abú

Kildangan U12 League Semi Final V Ballykelly, May 2017

Kildangan Juvenile Update

posted 5 May 2017, 13:19 by rúnaí Cill Daingin

Kildangan juvenile players feature in two semi-finals next week and Ballykelly are heavily involved in both of them;
One Monday evening, 8th May, Abbey Rangers, our juvenile amalgamation with Ballykelly are away to Athgarvan in the semi final of the Under 16 championship. Athgarvan finished top in the group and are sure to present a tough challenge, however the lads are sure to give it their all.
The following night, Tuesday 9th Kildangan Under 12s host Ballykelly in the semi-final of their division. Kildangan topped the group, winning all their games, however Ballykelly are sure to put in a top notch performance against their local rivals and sometime team mates.

Please come along and support the teams for what promises to be a cracking display of gaelic football, both games are set for a 7pm throw in.

Kildangan Club Draw - Get your ticket now!

posted 1 May 2017, 05:03 by Kildangan PRO

Tickets are now available for our club draw in association with the Club Kildare. Sixteen prizes are on offer each month between May and August and you could be in with a chance of winning one of four Renault Clio cars!

In 2016, one of our members won €500, so you've got to be in it to win it.

The cost is €25 per month or €100 in total. Contact Michael Higgins on 086 3585580,
John Nealon on 086 2430522 or Maureen Fitzgerald on 087 228416 for more details.

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