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08-11-2014, 15:54   #3121
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Recall in store for Rob Kelly? That's 4-14 he has scored in two matches.
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09-11-2014, 15:26   #3122
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Leinster SFC quarter final:

Moorefield 0-17 Rathnew 2-7

Eanna O’Connor (0-7, 3 45s, 2fs), Adam Tyrrell (0-3, 1f), Niall Hurley-Lynch (0-2), Eddie Heavey (0-1), Ciaran Kelly (0-1), Ronan Sweeney (0-1), Cian O’Connor (0-1), Daryl Flynn (0-1)
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Brian Flanagan has called time on his inter county career. Been very unlucky with injuries in the last couple of years
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Brian Flanagan has called time on his inter county career. Been very unlucky with injuries in the last couple of years
He was always willing to put his body on the line for the cause. We could have done with a few more like him down the years.
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Eadestown knocked out of the Leinster IFC by a point. Losing Cian Bolton to an early black card really put pay to their chances.

Coill Dubh also well beaten in the hurling.
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Eadestown knocked out of the Leinster IFC by a point. Losing Cian Bolton to an early black card really put pay to their chances.

Coill Dubh also well beaten in the hurling.
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Eadestown knocked out of the Leinster IFC by a point. Losing Cian Bolton to an early black card really put pay to their chances.

Coill Dubh also well beaten in the hurling.
Wouldnt be surprised to see Cian in the Kildare team in 2015.
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17-11-2014, 19:48   #3128
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It's that time of year again:

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Cumann Luthchleas Gael Coiste Chill Dara

Cruinniu Bliaintiul - Annual Convention

A Chara,

The Annual Convention will take place in Rathcoffey GAA Centre on Saturday the 6th December 2014 commencing at 5.00pm

Nominations County Convention 2014

Cathaoirleach (Chairman): John Mc Mahon (Outgoing), Ger Donnelly, Michael Gorman

Leas-Cathaoirleach (Vice Chairman): Ger Donnelly (Outgoing), Michael Gorman

Cisteoir (Treasurer): Shane Kavanagh, Alan Dunney, Shane Malone, Tom Cross, Con Ronan

Oifigeach Caidreamh Poibli (PRO): Henry Barrett (Outgoing)

Oifigeach Forbartha (Development Officer): Colm Farrell (Outgoing)

Oifigeach na gCluichi (Coaching Officer): Alan Dunney (Outgoing), Marty Mc Evoy, John Mc Carthy

Oifigeach na Gaeilge (Irish Officer): Con Ronan (Outgoing)

Comhairle Laighean (Leinster Council Delegates X 2): Martin Whyte (Outgoing), Michael Gorman (Outgoing), John Mc Mahon, John Joe Walsh

Ard Chomhairle (Central Council Delegate): John Joe Walsh (Outgoing), John Mc Mahon, Michael Gorman

Leinster Convention: John Mc Mahon, Henry Barrett, Michael Fennin, Alan Dunney, Colm Farrell, Ger Donnelly, Andrew O Sullivan

Congress: John Mc Mahon, Michael Fennin, Martin Whyte, Alan Dunney, Ger Donnelly, Syl Merrins, Henry Barrett
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Not to difficult to predict the results there. Same old tired faces. Interesting to see who gets the treasurer job. Bit of a poison chalice that one. However I would like to see Alan Dunney get the nod. Will this be the year that Ger Donnelly finally come outs from the long grass and puts he neck on the line for the big job he's been after for the last few years. Without Marty McEvoy in the field I think this will see the end of John McMahon's tenure. At least it would get Donnelly out of the CCC and into the spotlight.
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