At the U18 Football in Saul, An Riocht won 1-17 to 0-9. Team: Thomas Sloan, Michael Harper, Shane Cunningham, Aaron Eastwood, Paul Kearney, Liam Rodgers, Dane Mathews, Deaglan Morgan, Ronan Campbell, Conor Clarke, Marc Rooney, Darragh Campbell, Jack Rafferty, Paddy McComiskey.
Well done to everyone for another successful Charity Cycle from Kingdom to Cooley including the cyclists, the organisers, the sponsors, those who worked on the day to ensure the event passed off safely and those who helped with much appreciated refreshments.
Any outstanding sponsor monies should be left at the club asap.
Well done to Joanna Sloan and Carrie Killen who played for Down in the win over Wexford in the All Ireland Intermediate Championship.
An Riocht Camogs meet Down players Carrie Killen & Joanna Sloan @ County Open Night before Championship game
At the U12 Football in Shamrocks, An Riocht played some great stuff to come away with the win, 2-9 to 1-10.
Everyone played extremely well none more so that Ryan Cunningham, Lorcan Donnan, Jerry Lee McVeigh and Reece Flanagan.
Team: Curtis Flanagan, Ryan Cunningham, Ben Matthews, Cameron Harper, Lorcan Donnan, Jerry Lee McVeigh, Ryan Quinn, Cameron Gribben, Reece Flanagan, Shane Quinn, Matthew McCartan, Luke Quinn.
Twenty teams from took part in the Adrian McAlinden U8 Football 11-a-side Tournament at Dunavil with Bellaghy Wolfetones (Derry) pipping Mullahoran (Cavan) for the Cup and Culloville Blues (Armagh) edging Naomh Colmcille (Meath) in the Shield; each player received an identical medal.
An Riocht had two equal ability teams taking part and both reached the knock-out stages. Thanks to all the volunteers who came together to make the day a success.
The U14 Camogs won in Clonduff with everyone playing extremely well especially Chantelle Higgins, Nanette Campbell & Rachel Cunningham while Player of the Match was Clare Fearon with a score of 2-3 despite taking a heavy knock to the wrist which meant she didn't play the last ten minutes and nor did Rachel Cunningham but still the An Riocht girls kept Clonduff at bay, 11 players v 13 players.
The Kingdom Men’s Shed marked 15th June - The United Nations World Elder Abuse Awareness Day – with a talk to encourage local people to find out more about how they can help keep older people safe. This year the focus is on increasing awareness of the physical, emotional and financial abuse of elders.
Also last week the Kingdom Men’s Shed presented hanging baskets, wooden sculptures and a miniature Irish cottage to the Kingdom Playgroup for their use.
The Kingdom Men’s Shed meets twice weekly from 11am to 1pm on Mondays and Wednesdays and any man can come along and join in.
The Kingdom Men’s Shed first Annual General Meeting takes place at 12pm on Monday 29th June in Kingdom Youth Club Training & Project Room at Dunavil.
Kingdom Men’s Shed with Kingdom Playgroup Staff.
Kingdom Men’s Shed with Veronica Gray from Action on Elder Abuse.