Ladies finally of to a good start in 2018

After a couple of postponements, Kilcullen Ladies finally got their Senior Division 3 campaign underway tonight.  The Ragettes had an excellent 6-6 to 2-9 home win over Kill.  The game was tight the whole way through but Kilcullen just pulled away in the final 10 minutes.   In a very tight first half, goals from Nanci Murphy and Grace Rogers on her Kilcullen debut helped Kilcullen to a 2-4 to 1-5 half-time lead.  Kill got off to a flyer in the second half and scored 1-1 with their goal coming from a penalty to go two points up.  Kilcullen responded with 1-1 of their own, with Murphy grabbing her second goal of the game.  This left the scores at 3-5 to 2-6 to the Ragettes with 20 minutes to go. Another goal soon followed with Murphy completing her hat trick after a sublime pass from Jayne Peacocke. But Kill weren’t for giving up and worked themselves back into the game.  There were 3 points between the sides with 10 minutes to go with the home side leading by 4-5 to 2-8.  However, Kilcullen finished the game really strongly with a number of subs making an impact, particularly Sydney Sheridan who found the net twice to seal a 6-6 to 2-9 win. 

Nanci Murphy was outstanding in her first club game in over a year following injury, scoring 3-1.  New captain for 2018, Aoife Molyneaux pulled off some excellent saves in the goals, while Tara Breen, Amy Barker and Jayne Peacocke all also excelled in a good team performance. 

Kilcullen Line-Up: Aoife Molyneaux (capt);  Karen Bell, Eimear McBride, Shauna O’Rourke;  Katie Willis, Tara Breen, Bróna Dooley;  Lorraine Schwer, Aoibhe Burke;  Kate Timmons(0-1), Jayne Peacocke(0-4,1f), Amy Barker;  Clare Kelly, Nanci Murphy(3-1), Grace Rogers(1-0). 

Subs used: Dáire Smyth, Katelyn Hegarty-Kelly, Sydney Sheridan(2-0), Claire Mulrennan, Amy Moran, Laura Pearson, Eleanor Traynor, Avril Glendon.


2 hours ago

Kilcullen GAA

Kilcullen GAA would like to offer our condolences to both the Thorpe, and Murphy families on the passing of former Rags player, Noel Thorpe.

Noel is reposing at his residence today between 2-8pm, funeral mass in the Kilcullen Parish Church at 11am tomorrow.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
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