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posted 12 Oct 2011, 03:45 by KD Kickhams

Junior (A) Hurling.
West Semi final Kickhams 1.05 Rickwell Rovers 0.14

Senior Hurling.
Best of luck to our senior team & management next sunday in The O'Riain Cup final fixed for 1.30pm in Semple Stadium. Your support would be greatly appreciated. It is great to be in action on county final day, also best wishes to our neighbours Clonoulty/Rossmore in the senior final.

Sale of work.
This year's Sale of work will take place on Sunday 27th November.

Juvenile Club Notes.

U/16 (B) Hurling.

 U16`s  Our U16 team travelled to Cahir to take on South Champions Kilsheelan/Kilcash in the Co. Semi-Final on Saturday last. Kickhams started well and swapped scores with their opponments in the early stages.  Kilsheelan scored a fortunate goal and led at halftime 1-06 to 0-05. The second half started well with Kickhams scoring the first point.  Kilsheelan then scored their second goal and stretched their lead.  Kickhams battled hard to the end scoring two late goals but Kilsheelan went on to notch up another goal.  Credit to the lads for not giving up, a trait of this team throughout the season.  Great credit to mentors Kevin McCarthy, Simon Loughman, Michael Shanahan, Margaret O`Carroll.  Thanks to all who supported this team to a successful year.
Well Done Boys Team: Sean Butler Killian O`Meara Thomas Hayes Capt. John Ryan Padraig O`Carroll Brian Hand Jim Ryan Walter O`Carroll (2-03) Fionn Hogan Evan Hickey Killian Loughman (0-03) Brendan Ryan (0-02) Ger Browne Andre McCloud Elliot Thompson Joseph Lonergan Nathan Ryan(0-01) Phelim Carberry Eoin Hand Alex Lebret

Camogie News.


Our U12 girls travelled to Ballylooby on Saturday last to take on Brian Boru`s in th Co.Quarter-Final.  The girls started the match in great form and went a goal up early on. The backs were under severe pressure but held tight and kept out th Brian Boru girls.  The Kickham girls added a second goal and led by two goals at halftime.  The second half began like the first with the Kickham girls under intense pressure. Brian Borus scored a goal from a free but the Kickham girls battled on and sealed their win with a goal in th dying minutes.  This was a great team effort with once again great support from mentors and supporters. Final score 3-00  to  1-00
Panel; Jade Hogan Sinead Ryan Sinead Furlong Sinead Hayes Ciara Ryan Caoimhe McCormack Megan McCormack Clara Walsh Caoimhe McCarthy Rachel O`Carroll Aoife Ryan Rebecca Farrell Sarah-Mae Crosse Aimee Hourigan Keri-Ann Walsh Chloe Ryan Lenoie Farrell Faye O`Meara McKenzie Thompson Eimer Heffernan Leah Gallagher Cariosa Crowe Lauran Horgan Capt.



We have updated our website We will continue to include up to date results & fixtures for all clubs teams as well as all other club activities. Why don’t you take a look and let us know what you think. Tell family & friends that may be away and would like to keep up to date with club happenings.If you spot any errors let us know and we can correct them.

Kickham gearbags now in stock.

Kickham Gear bags, togs and socks are available in all sizes from juvenile to adult and can be purchased from Sean Breen at 062-71131 /087 -2646441 or Paddy Fitzgerald @ 087-9370958.


Badminton returns.
Badminton continues for the winter months in the Scout Centre Dundrum every Monday and Thursday night until May. It’s a great way to have fun, meet new friends and keep fit at the same time.
So come along on Monday and Thursday nights. All are welcome


Craft Fair.

Dundrum Craft Group will hold their annual craft and food fair in the Scout Hall Dundrum on Sunday the 30th of October. This event which has gone from strength to strength since its inception promises to live up to its reputation once again. This year we will have an even greater variety of fare on offer. The regulars will still be there like the Child Art competition which always turns up great talent. This year’s theme is “Autumn Fruits”. The Hospice Stall will once again take centre stage and we are again looking for donations of Cakes, buns and all sorts of confectionary all which will be sold to help raise funds for this very necessary service in our community. As far as the exhibitor stalls go there are still a few places left. The qualifying criteria for anyone wishing to exhibit are, the stalls must only contain Irish products, food or services produced or provided by the
exhibitor themselves. Details and application forms can be obtained from Michael Carew on 062-71187.