KDGAA 2-16 v Mungret 0-19
Round 2 of the Junior Hurling Championship saw us travel to Bruff to take on Mungret. Both
teams had won their opening games so a tight game was expected.
Denis O Dea grabbed the opening point but Mungret soon equalised. Denny Ahern pointed
a free and Robbie Holmes bundled in a goal either side of two Mungret pointed frees.
We then went on a run of 4 points from play from Pierce Close, Denny Ahern, Darren
Murphy and Brian O Grady to lead 1.6 to 0.3.
Mungret then converted 4 frees before Denis O Dea and Brian O Grady points left it 1.8 to
0.8 at the break. Points from Dylan Holmes and Darren Murphy extended our lead. We then traded points
leaving it 1.13 to 0.11 at the water break. Mungret then went on a scoring burst converting 6 on the next 7 points to leave it level
entering the final 10 minutes.
Denny Ahern converted only our second free but Mungret equalised to leave it 1.15 to 0.18,
it was now anyone’s game. A long delivery fell to Darren Murphy who blasted to the net, this proved the crucial score.
Another exchange of points followed before the relief of the final whistle. Final score 2.16 to
This was a workman like performance, plenty of room for improvement as we conceded 10
converted frees. On the plus side all but 2 points for us came from play.
Next up is Patrickswell next Sunday in Claughaun at 7pm
Jack Franklin, Daniel Gleeson, Sean O Dea, James O Regan, James Dalaigh, Danny
Holton(Capt), Declan Kenny, David Murphy, Fionn Murphy, Brian O Grady, Darren Murphy,
Denis O Dea, Robbie Holmes, Denny Ahern, Pierce Close
Subs Paudie Ahern for Danny Holton (inj), Dylan Holmes for Paudie Ahern (inj), David O
Connell for Pierce Close, Shane O Dea, Shane O Grady, Eoghan O Dea, Kieran Murphy,
Eamon O Regan, Jack Hayes, Conor Egan

Appreciation Wall
Our Project Appreciation Wall fundraiser is now up and running
This is your opportunity to become part of the club history by having you or your family name
added to the Project Appreciation Wall which will be located upstairs in the new facility.
The cost of a name is €150 and you can support by donating on the GoFundMe link here – OR by contacting a member of the
Please help to spread the message far and wide & please support if you can.

Internal Use – Confidential
Well it’s been a few months and you’ll be glad to hear our lotto will resume on the 3rd of
August with a jackpot of €15650.
Due to the pubs closed our draw will take place in the KDI office in Kilteely and in Knockane
the following week. The draw will take place live on Facebook @10pm with the presence of
2 members from Knockane and 2 from Kilteely, and the results will be sent out directly after
they draw as normal on the WhatsApp group
Tickets bought on the week leading up to the draw on the 16th of March are still valid and
will be entered in on the draw the 3rd of August.
Tickets are on sale in Noreens Shop in kilteely and Daybreak Dromkeen and from all lotto
committee members.
Our online lotto is very popular and so easy to use.
In just 4 simple steps and you can enter for 10, 25 or 52 weeks it also takes the work load off
the committee members.
You can play online, at the following link
Best of luck to everyone buying tickets and thanks your continued support