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‘Never-Say-Die’ Again From The Tones

Kildress were delighted to rescue a point against an impressive, strong and easy-on-the-eye Tattyreagh team at Gortacladdy today, scoring the game’s last three points to snatch a 2-10 to 0-16 draw that had previously looked a very unlikely outcome. The Tones had started this exciting game, well refereed by Simon Brady, brightly and an Enda […]

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A Welcome Revival From Kildress

After a few disheartening defeats Kildress showed good spirit and plenty of footballing ability to get back on track with a 1-14 to 2-11 draw with Augher in a highly-entertaining game at Gortacladdy on Friday night past. The Tones got off to the worst possible start by conceding two early goals and another poor outcome […]

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No Joy For Kildress

Kildress had another ‘nearly-but-not-quite’ Division II League game on Friday night when they fell by 0-11 to 1-12 to a good Moortown team at Gortacladdy. The visitors scored the game’s opening three points but Kildress then rallied well to go ahead by 0-5 to 0-4 before Con Herron, who would notch 1-6, grabbed a goal […]

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Fran Sees Cairde Hit The Ton!

Our neighbouring ‘Cookstown 100’ has just been and gone and the past week has now seen our landmark ‘Cairde 100’ reached and passed. There are now 103 people on board with Cairde Chill Dreasa, the fund-raising initiative that’s central to our planned Ionad Pobail Chill Dreasa/Kildress Community Hub at Gortacladdy. Cairde is currently bringing in […]

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Tones Claim First Win in Five Games

A late Derrytresk goal left Kildress in a bit of a sweat in a game they probably should have won more comfortably as eight second-half wides threatened to cost them dear. Played in good conditions on that wonderful sward at The Hill, this was a good, well-contested game where referee Eugene Hughes let the play […]

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