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Name: Bazabhoy
5/11/2011
Wishing all the lads the best the mara.lets do the parish proud and bring er home.
Name: Killian
5/11/2011
On behalf of the Senior Football Management i would like to wish Tommy, his backroom team and the hurlers all the best 2moro in Clones.

Thanks for your hard work and committment all year.

Bring home the Bacon :-)
Name: Mick Maguire
4/11/2011
Bags packed, ready to go home in the morning, good luck to all the lads, Cant wait. Sunday night should be a good bit of craic too :)
Name: ditch
4/11/2011
good luck to the hurlers on sunday,it would be a great achievement to win an ulster championship for the club,it would be nice to get a good crowd there to give the lads plenty of vocal support,clones 12.30
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Name: Hugh mc kay
4/11/2011
Good luck to the hurlers for sunday
Name: Big Bear
2/11/2011
just want to wish the hurlers a big good luck for sunday, its been a long hard season but it would be a great occasion for the club if yous could bring the ulster trophey back home!
Name: supporter
28/10/2011
When and where do U21 play next round
Saturday 29th October (Today) @ Toome @ 3:00pm. And the Club wishes our lads all the very best of luck!
Name: benny maguire
14/10/2011
more importantly, this won't be our last success on the hurling stage! looking at the wealth of talent coming through underage at present, I have no doubt hurling can go from strength to strength in our club.   kickhams abú
Name: creggan
14/10/2011
I dont think there is a hurling tradition in this area, something that happened over 80 years ago a couple of times cant really be classifed as a traditon.  The present day is to be concentrated on and the achievements of the last few weeks.  A tradition can start from here on in.  Some people like to steer away from the the achievement factor of the present day teams, hurling and football. Rather than just saying well done and goodluck the next day!
Name: DITCH
14/10/2011
So by your logis csc kickhams,randalstown and cargin all can claim to have won the championship in the same year??this is the first year that a team consisting of only creggan men have won the county hurling championship!!
Name: csc
12/10/2011
When the Creggan lads we playing on an amalgamation team, they were representing Creggan. That's what being part of an amalgamation team means.

So Creggan players (12 out of the 15), represented Creggan and won a Junior and Senior hurling championship.

The reason I mention this is because we have a hurling tradition in this area. One where Creggan lads have not only won Junior titles, but senior, Ulster County, and of course played in All Irelands.

This group of players should look back at our past, as it is an insight into what they could achieve
Name: what??
12/10/2011
re csc your last line says this is kickhams first title and then the very next line you say this is not the first title??im confused!!
Name: re csc
12/10/2011
this is the first championshp with solely kickhams players ,the others may have been called kickhams but were an almagamation of creggan,randalstown and cargin,there is a bit of a difference!!
Name: csc
11/10/2011
Well done to the hurlers. Great achievement!

We have come a long way from the SW junior final against the hill in the 90's. (not the most purest of hurling teams, but definitely a physically committed team)

Keep it going lads and good luck in the final

BTW, this is not our first junior hurling championship. Creggan, as the main contributor to a SW amalgamation team in the 30's, were also part of a junior and senior hurling championship winning teams. This is the first title under the Kickhams name, but it is not our first title
Name: bobo
10/10/2011
well done to the hurlers yesterday a great achievement after their historic first ever county championship win,to reach an ulster final is credit to the players and mentors,the whole club should be proud of them and get behind them!!









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