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Intermediate Quarter Final Result Kilskyre 3-15 Ashbourne 2-15

Kilskyre and Donaghmore Ashbourne provided entertainment of the highest standard in this Intermediate Hurling quarter final in Trim on Saturday evening.

Playing against the strong wind in the first half the Kilskyre men were always going to be on the back foot against a very physical and skilfull Donaghmore Ashbourne side who raced into a scoring spree notching up 2-9 in the first half. At one stage they were 13 points ahead of the Kilskyre men who were fighting hard to keep themselves in the game and went in at half time 11 points behind 2-9 to 0-4.


In the second half it was Kilskyres turn to avail of the wind with goals from Keith Mc Guinness and Derek Muldoon and points from Tom Shine, Peadar Byrne and three superb points from James O’Higgins. Kilskyre drew level with minutes to go. Final score after the hour Donaghmore Ashbourne 2-10 to Kilskyre 2-10 and extra time required.

With points from Peadar Byrne and an equaliser from James O’Higgins, Kilskyre were level again. With a minute left Michael Geraghty raced onto a loose ball, side stepped two oncoming backs and blasted to the net to clinch it for Kilskyre, who had some outstanding preformances all over the field.

Kevin Devine in goal brought off a couple of excellant saves, Podge Muldoon, Colm Mallon and Benji Smith in the backs, Peadar Byrne in midfield who ran the show throughout, in the forwards the Geraghty brothers, James O’Higgins and Dereck Muldoon were superb. Kilskyre march into the semi-final on a high.

Final score after extra time Kilskyre 3-15 Donaghmore Ashbourne 2-15.

The Team

Kevin Devine 1, Pa Baugh 2, Padraig Muldoon 3, Thomas Short 4, Benji Smith 5, Gary Reilly 6, Colm Mallon 7, Peadar Byrne 8(2pts), Michael Geraghty 9(1gl 1pt), Niall Farrelly 10, Derek Muldoon 11(1gl 1pt), James O’Higgins 12(3pts), Keith Mc Guinness 13(1gl) , Sean Geraghty 14(1pt) , Thomas Shine15 (7pts)

The Subs :T.Nugent for K.Mc Guinness, R.Mc Guinness for Niall Farrell



Kilskyre 1-13 Kiltale 1-8

 Kilskyre qualified for the knockout stages of the Intermediate Hurling Championship by defeating Kiltale in Athboy on Sunday. This was a hard fought encounter for the Kilskyre men who led from start to finish without hitting the form they are capable of.
Tom Shine was again in good scoring form with some fine scores from play and placed balls in the first half, along with Peadar Byrne putting in a powerful display at centre field. Kilskyre went in a half time 0-8 to 1-3 the good.
In the second half Kilskyre always had that four or five point cushion and never looked in trouble with Seanie Geraghty and Niall Farrelly scoring a couple of points a piece and a goal from Derek Muldoon.
The game was as good as over with Benji Smith and Colm Mallon in superb form in the backs, Peadar Byrne in midfield, the Geraghty brothers, Niall Farrelly and Tom Shine up front. Kilskyre closed this game out with relative ease and booked their place in the quarter finals. Final score in Athboy , Kilskyre 1-13 Kiltale 1-8.
The Team
Kevin Devine 1, Pa Baugh 2, Padraig Muldoon 3, James O’Higgins 4, Benji Smith 5, Gary Reilly 6, Colm Mallon 7, Derek Muldoon 8 (1gl), Peadar Byrne 9, Niall Farrelly 10 (2pts), Michael Geraghty 11 (1pt), Ronan Mc Guinness 12, Keith Mc Guinness 13 , Sean Geraghty 14(2pts) , Thomas Shine15 (8pts)
The Subs :D.O’Reilly for K.Mc Guinness D.Farrelly for J.O’Higgins N.Geraghty for P.Baugh K.Mc Guinness for R.Mc Guinness 

Kilskyre 0-10 Dunboyne 1-6

Kilskyre went into this game on form as hot favourites, but were pushed all the way by a gallant Dunboyne side. In a tight, hard fought and low scoring game, Kilskyre ground out a one point victory in this fourth round of the Intermediate Hurling Championship.

Dunboyne started off the better with an early goal which made the Kilskyre men think twice about having the points in the bag, but they gradually pulled the Dunboyne men back with points from Niall Farrelly, Seanie Geraghty and Tom Shine to go in at half time 0-6 to 1-2 the good.

In the second half with both sides exchanging some good scores Kilskyre welcomed back and introduced Peadar Byrne to midfield to add that extra bit of spark, but they had to wait for Michael Geraghtys point in the last minute to take the honours.

Best for Kilskyre is the ever reliable Podge Muldoon, the Geraghty brothers, Colm Mallon and Peadar Byrne. Final result Kilskyre 0-10 Dunboyne 1-6

The Team

Kevin Devine 1, Thomas Short 2, Padraig Muldoon 3, Thomas Nugent 4, Benji Smith 5, Patrick Baugh 6, Gary Reilly 7, Michael Geraghty 8 (1pt), Colm Mallon 9, James O’Higgins 10, Desmond O Reilly 11, Niall Farrelly 12(1pt), Keith Mc Guinness 13 , Thomas Shine 14(6pts) , Sean Geraghty 15 (2pts), Jonathan O Reilly 18, Mark Mc Cullen 20, Peadar Byrne 21, Daire Farrelly 23, Ronan Mc Guinness 25.

The Subs : Ronan Mc Guinness for D.O’Reilly; Peadar Byrne for Keith Mc Guinness; Mark Mc Cullen for T.Nugent




12/07/13  Kilskyre 6-18 v Kilmessan 2-4

Kilskyre hammered history when they raked up one of the most impressive victories in the club’s history when they saw off the challenge of a well-organised Kilmessan side, that fought to the very end.

The Kilskyre men started off at one hundred miles an hour, burning out the scoreboard, with Sean Geraghty, Tom Shine and a fabulous individual goal from wing back Benji Smith. Also, the outstanding Keith McGuinness, who in the space of ten minutes, notched up two goals and two points. 

Kilskyre were in free flow to go in at half time 4-10 to 0-04 to the good. 

In the second half, Kilmessan tried to pull back the scoreline, but to no avail. The Kilskyremen kicked on even more and dominated every line on the pitch with Podge Muldoon safe as a house in full back, and Man of the Match Gary Reilly in the backs, Michael Geraghty in midfield, Colm Mallon on the forty, who tore the Kilmessan backs apart before he went off injured.

Kilskyre were on the road to a fine victory. The whole team showed their very best ... Kevin Devine in goal, backs Thomas Nugent, Podge Muldoon, Tom Short, Gary Reilly, Pa Baugh, Benji Smith, midfielders Michael Geraghty and Derek Muldoon and forwards Niall Farrelly, Colm Mallon, James O’Higgins, Keith McGuinness, Tom Shine, the subs Junior O’Reilly, Darren Morgan and James Baugh and the outstanding Seanie Geraghty. If there is a better forward in the county, let him be seen!

29/06/13 Kilskyre 1-12 Dunderry 1-6

Kilskyre took the honours against Dunderry in the second round of the Intermediate Hurling Championship in Athboy on Friday night. From the throw in the Kilskyre men took control with Derek Muldoon and Michael Geraghty in midfield dominating with two outstanding displays of hurling. With Sean Geraghty in fine scoring form at left full forward and James O’Higgins and Niall Farrelly with two super points, Kilskyre went in at half time 0-7 to 0-5 the better.

In the second half Kilskyre pushed on and when Sean Geraghty shook the net, the game was as good as over. Kevin Devine made a couple of great saves in goal for Kilskyre and with the ever realiable Podge Muldoon at full back Kilskyre went onto win 1-12 to 1-6. Best for Kilskyre were Kevin Devine in goal, Podge Muldoon and Gary Reilly in defence, the midfield pairing of Geraghty and Muldoon and up front Sean Geraghty, James O’Higgins and Kilskyre go into the third round on a high.

22/06/13 Kilskyre 0-11 v Kells 0-16

Kilskyre and Gael Colmcille put in a very entertaining and hard hitting first round of the intermediate hurling championship in Moylagh on Friday evening. The Kells men came out all guns blazing and went into a four point lead, but with Tom Shine in great form from placed balls and from play, Kilskyre fought their way back into the game. In the middle of the park Kilskyre started to dominate before half-time with the Geraghty brothers, Michael and Sean in superb form. The sides went in at half-time with the Kells men in front 0-7 to 0-6.

Kilskyre were down to 14 men when Derek Muldoon received his second yellow card with 10 mins to go. The Kells outfit finished stronger in the end. Kilskyre had some fine performances in Kevin Devine in goal, Gary Reilly in defence, the Geraghty brothers in midfield and the ever reliable marksman in Tom Shine.


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