Three more Events for qualification for National Community Games May Festival of Sport took place during the past week. Carbury GAA hosted a very successful County Kildare Community Games Talent Competition while the Choir Competition took place in Patrician Primary school. The Pitch and Putt event took place in Roystons, Newbridge.
Pitch and Putt
Ross O’Toole scored a 6 under Par round in guiding Newbridge St Brigid’s to the County Kildare Pitch and Putt Title in Roystons. Clane will Join them in Athlone in May after they pipped St Conleth’s for second place.
Newbridge St Brigid’s : Lee Burell, Ryan Brady, Ross O’Toole, Conor Kavanagh, Calum Sourke
Clane:, Adam Donovan, Mark Doyle, Colm O’Sullivan, Owen O’Loughlin, Daniel Hahn
The Girls event won by Kill with St Brigid’s joining them in Athlone
Kill: Lauren Walsh, Clodagh Walsh, Nicole O’Hagan, Cliona Lenehan
St Brigid’s Alexandra Leahy, Dervla Leahy, Kate Hannon, Leah Delaney, Kate Hamilton
Carbury GAA hosted a very successful Talent competitions in which nine events were decided and representatives from five Areas will represent Kildare at May Festival in Athlone.
Solo Modern Dance - Jemma Kearney - Carbury Solo Music - Sean Conlan - St Conleths -
Solo Recitation - Molly Aspell - Kilcullen Solo Singing - Elliott Nolan - St Conleth’s
Group Modern Dance -
St Brigids: Grace McDermott, Kate O’Toole, Rebecca Donoghue, Leah Boland, Shauna Walsh Group Drama / Comedy Sketch -
Carbury: Sarah Kelly, Alannah Newton, Megan Boyle, Ellen Kenny Group Music -
Carbury Niall Regan, Conor Noonan, Ian Cully, Group Singing -
St Conleths: Sean Conlan, Elliot Nolan Jodie Flemming, Jade Hogan, Ciara Taheny, Jack Monahan Group Dance Irish Contemporary
Confey: Emma Doonan, Kayla Corrigan, Karolina Kucinskaite, Eve Brady, Beatrice Rakos Choir
There was an welcome increase in participation at County Kildare Community Games choir competitions in Patrician School. in the Under 13 Event St Conleth’s were awarded the Gold just ahead of neighbours St Brigid’s with Maynooth third and Eadestown fourth.
St Brigid’s came out best in the Under 16 event ahead of St Conleth’s and Monastrevin.
U13 St Conleth’s : Blessing Oladimeji, Ellie Kendrick, Emer Somers, Lily Dowse, Keeva-May O’Hagan, Lucy Pearson, Clodagh Cox, Faith Oladimeji, Eimear White, Amy Wynne, Emily Haughton, Caoimhe Brady, Precious Deremo, Jessica Dimaku, Elena Okojre, Tina Ismail, Olivia Keogh, Trisha Kave, Phillippa Kave, Rose Kibutha.
U16 St Brigid’s: Madeline Ronayne, Doireann O’Donovan, Kathleen Reddy, Amy Kinsella, Kellie Tyrell, Kristin Dignam, Emma Begley, Shauna Walsh, Aoife Byrne, Sophie Donoghue, Kym Kearney, Louise Whyte, Niamh Carey, Kane Collins, Holly Hughes