Minors have played two games, losing to St Edwards, and beating Sallins.
League begins Saturday 6th March with St Kevins
v Castlemitchell. Saturday 13th March St Kevins v Athy.
Kevins preparation for leagues continues undefeated so far in matches v.'s Naas,
Ballyteague, Blessington and finishing on Saturday 27th February beating Sallins by 1
point in the Jack Casey Cup Semi-final. Things are looking good.
continues with the jackpot now at £1,800.
Nice to see
Brian Dunne on the County Minor Team.
this year at an all time high.
Kevins G.F.C. - Millennium Project
has been in existence since 1945. Through the past 55 years many families within our
community have given a great deal of time and energy both on and off our playing
field. All this has helped St. Kevins to be a very important part of our
community and a great source of enjoyment. As we enter the new millennium, I am now
asking all people within the community, to help raise the much-needed finance to make this
project possible. It will, at the end of the day, be of huge benefit to everybody in
the area, both young and old.
Life Membership for 2 Adults
constructed brick wall will forever house the names of our Life Members. Individual
or family names will be inscribed on the brick. The cost of this privilege is
buy 25 years membership will have their names displayed on an Oak Plaque, which will
remain on view until the year 2025. This costs £500.
wishing to avail of Life Membership or 25 Year Membership, should contact Denise Cox or
Maria Kane (Joint Treasurers). Easy Payment Terms may be arranged either through
your own Bank or through our local Credit Union in Coill Dubh. For further
information contact : Alice Casey, Secretary @ 869242 or Pat Cosgrove, Chairman @ Work
869500 or Home 863596.
official launch for our Millennium Project was on Friday 26th February. The plans
were unveiled at this launch. The clubrooms will incorporate:
New Sports hall
to our existing facility.
are on view in the clubhouse bar. So please come along and have a look at what the
future holds for our community.
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