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This Weeks News This weeks fixtures: Monday 23rd U17 Boys home to Claremorris 7pm Ko Tuesday 24th U12 Girls home to Westport B 7pm KO Thursday 26th Mens team Home to Bangor Hibs 7pm KO Thursday 26th U14 Girls away to Achill Rvs Bus leaves at 5pm Saturday 28th U12 Girls away to Ballina 12noon KO Sunday 29th Mens team Home to KK utd 2.30pm KO
This Weeks News Derby delight tonight in Kilmurry for the U17s. A 7 goal thriller where Killala came out on top after going behind twice in the game. Goals from James Gilvarry, Liam Óg Barrett, Sean McKeon and Finn Lacey. Final score 4-3.
This Weeks News Result from Premier League match in Castlebar. Fahy Rovers 1-1 Killala. Fair result as both teams snatched late goals. After a battling performance on the 4G astroturf in Milebush Killala started the better team but Fahy edged their way back into it as the game went on. Kyle Mc Loughlan came off the bench to grab a goal with 5 mins left to play. Fahy threw everything they had in injury time to equalise. Next up Westport B at home in Courthouse St. next Sat evening.
This Weeks News The mens team progress to the next round of the Tuohy Cup as the beat Partry Athletic 3-0 this afternoon in Courthouse St. Killala rang the changes with Declan Walsh, Aidan Ferguson and Richie Lynn making their first competitive starts this season. William Mc Donnell rose highest from a corner to thump home a header to put Killala in the lead at half time. As the lads kept the pressure on in the second half Rory Gallagher scored his 5th and 6th of the season in all competition.
This Weeks News Killala made it 3 from 3 by beating Charlestown 3-2 in Courthouse St. Rory Gallagher made it 4 goals in 3 games within 10 mins. Charlestown upped the pressure for the remainder of the half and grabbed an equaliser. Richie Lynn came on half way through the second half and made it 2-1 with a close range finish. DC missed from the spot but followed up with the rebound. Charlestown scored in injury time but the lads did enough early on in the 2nd half to secure the points.
This Weeks News Final score in the Premier League at Courthouse St. Killala 6-3 Partry Athletic. It's 2 wins from 2 for the men's team. Great first half performance as the lads scored 6 in 30 mins. Lee Cummins netted a hatrick, Rory Gallagher continued his scoring form with a brace and David Cadden finished the scoring as he slotted home from the spot just before half time.
This Weeks News Great result in Achill for the men's team this afternoon, first half goals from Rory Gallagher and Marc McDonnell gave our lads an impressive 3 points away to the fancied Rovers side . Final score Achill Rvs 0 Killala fc 2
This Weeks News Last weekend of the preseason for the men's team saw them beating Crossmolina 2-0 this morning at Courthouse St. Second half goals from Kyle Mc Loughlin and Richie Lynn was enough to see off the Division 1 outfit. The lads kick off their season in the Premier League next week at home to Bangor Hibs.
This Weeks News The men's team and the new u19 team took a break from pre season training this morning and took advantage of the sunny day to play a match and dust off some of the close season cobwebs. In a closely fought first half a Rory Gallagher goal was all that seperated them at the break . Both teams chAnged it around for the second half and further goals by Rory , Ritchie Lynn (2) Lee Cummins and Kevin Whyte saw out an entertains second half , Aaron OBoyle got one for a excellent looking u19 side
This Weeks News u16 girls qualified for the Mayo Cup Final when they defeated Swinford after a penalty shootout at Courthouse st today . Despite going 2-0 down early on the girls fought back with a hat trick from Colette Collins and a goal from Ashling Bilbow to tie up the match 4-4 after extra time in a thrilling game . The dreaded penalty shootout was then needed and Alva Munnelly , Ashling Bilbow , Aisling ODonnell and Niamh Maughan were all successful from the spot and Regan O Boyle