Kilcullen seniors travelled the short journey to Ballymore this evening and clinched their second league win of the new season with a second half performance that showed real grit and determination. It was Ballymore, playing into the wind in the first half, that got out of the blocks quickest. 3 unanswered points saw Kilcullen struggling...
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Our Leinster Junior Football Championship Quarter-Final vs St. Patricks of Tullow, Co. Carlow will now take place in St. Conleth’s (County Grounds) in Newbridge on Saturday, 22nd of October with a throw-in time of 1:30pm. The game was originally scheduled to take place at our home ground in Kilcullen, but due to the request of...
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Kilcullen’s first team narrowly missed out on progressing straight to the semi final of the championship after two games in quick succession. On Sun 09/08 we played Rathcoffey in Hawkfield and ran out comfortable winners 3.18 to 11 pts. Rathcoffey started brighter and had 2 pts scored before a shot dropped short was spilled by...
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The first team had a very busy and mixed week. On 08/07 they travelled to promotion chasing Ballyteague with a severely depleted squad and several players from the 2nd team were drafted in. A very quick start from the home team led to a 5 nil lead and a dread of what was to follow...
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Kilcullen’s junior A team played their second game of the qualifing section against Grange on 21/06 in the county grounds Newbridge. We were looking to avenge a narrow league defeat from ten days earlier. The rags played with the aid of a strong breeze in the first half but were soon on the back foot...
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Kilcullen 3-7  Cappagh 1-9 Ben Foran came off the subs bench to apply the finishing touches to a spirited performance from Kilcullen in the league on 03/06. In a low scoring game where the home side held the lead for a long time Ben scored a goal then set Tim Carey up for another and...
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Kilcullen seniors played two games in 4 days against Athy opposition. The first on Sun 24/05 in Castlemitchell. The team lined out with only 5 of the team that had played the same opposition in the semi final of the championship in 2014 mainly due to injuries. We  went down to a very heavy defeat...
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Kilcullen drew their first game in the group stage of the Junior A championship. Kilcullen made a bright start to the game but the shooting was off target in the first 5 mins. 2 points settled Kilcullen but Cappagh burst into the game with a goal after about 12 mins. Their full forward won a...
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Kilcullen GAA are delighted to announce that local business and multi international awards winners as the new club sponsor for next three years. Pictured are James & Emma Nolan, along with Tyrone Manager Mickey Harte, at the launch of the partnership in 2014. (Photo by: Mark Phelan)
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Thanks Kildare LGFA!

Kildare LGFA
Its been an exceptional year for Kilcullen LGFC and hats off to them for this roll of honour 2018.

u13 Div 1. league winners
u14 Div 1. champ winners
All Ireland Feile Div 2 winners.
u15 Div 1. League winners
u16 Div 1. champ winners
Minor Div 1. champ winners
Senior league Div 3. runners up
Junior A champ winners.
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