‘Lá dár saol a bhí ann: A day to be remembered’

November 20th, 2020

Bloody Sunday, 21 November 1920, turned out to be one of the landmark days in Irish history, with great implications and consequences on the community, family, Gaelic games, military, national, personal, political and social fronts. The Contexts Like most major events it did not happen in isolation, taking place nearly two years into the War […]

‘Cé Thusa agus Carb As Thú … Who Are You and Where are You From?’

November 18th, 2020

The chattering classes seem to have just recently happened on what they call ‘Crowd Funding’. But in the GAA it’s underpinned our existences across the generations. Our new Hub at Gortacladdy is no different, with the bulk of its funding coming from people in Kildress, from every part of Gaelic Tyrone, from every County in […]

Bhí Muid Anseo Cheana … We’ve Been Here Before

November 12th, 2020

Tyrone’s CCC has made the call to push the wrap-up of our 2020 Season into 2021. A radical call in radical times. But it’s not the first time Kildress football has crossed over from one year to another. Up until 1975, when Tyrone went ‘All-County’ on all fronts, the Feis Shield was a big early-season […]

The LCC GROUP Tyrone Junior Championship Rests ‘Among the Brambles’

October 4th, 2020

A year-all-but-two-days on from losing to The Rock in the 2019 Final, Kildress brought home our third-ever Men’s Tyrone Junior Championship with this evening’s 3-9 to 1-8 win over Drumragh. Played in the wet, but on a perfect Healy Park surface, this was a thoroughly entertaining game that went one way and then the other, […]

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