Category Archives: Other Sports

Scoil Dara Kilcock student Caoimhe McHugh wins silver medal in Sweden

Caoimhe McHugh from Clane Boxing Club won a silver medal at the Golden Gloves in Sweden on Sunday.

Caoimhe, who goes to Scoil Dara Kilcock and plays football for Cappagh, fought her way to the final in her age/weight catagory, winning her semi final on Saturday before just falling short of gold the next day.

Messages of congratulations have been flooding into the Clane Boxing Club’s Facebook page, including from the head coach of the club; “Some news from Sweden. Caoimhe is coming home with a silver she missed out today for the gold. Can I just say how proud as the head coach and all of clane boxing club we are of you well done champion” 👊👊👊

More news to follow when we get it, including maybe an interview…..

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Former Kilcock Gaa Captain to face France in Six Nations opener

Former Kilcock Gaa minor football Captain Cormac Daly lines out at second row for the Ireland U20’s in their 6 Nations opener vs France tonight in Bordeaux.

Daly, who has represented his hometown club at underage and senior level, was the Captain of the victorious minor league winning team in2015, where his goal-scoring exploits earned him the nickname ‘Slam Dunk Daly.’

Kilcock Gaa were out in support of one of their own earlier this evening on Facebook and despite losing a promising young Gaa star to rugby, they are very proud of Cormac’s achievements to date; “Best of luck to Kilcock’s Cormac Daly who lines out at second row for the Ireland U20’s in their 6 Nations opener vs France this evening.”

The game is live on RTE at 8pm. Best of luck to Cormac from Robert here at Extratimesportlive.com

Leinster Stars open new pitch at Clongowes College

Current Leinster and Ireland stars Dave and Rob Kearney, Fergus McFadden and former player Gordon Dacy were all at Clongowes College in County Kildare yesterday, Saturday January 13th to cut the ribbon on the school’s new PST Sport state of the art 3G pitch. 

Kildare Rose visits Curragh on Guineas weekend

Kildare Rose Deirbhle Mulvihill at the entrance to the Curragh

Kilcock native Deirbhle Mulvihill who was named as the 2017 Kildare Rose in April continued her duties at the weekend with a visit to the Curragh races at the popular Guineas meeting.

Deirbhle who plays gaelic football for Cappagh is said to have had a fantastic day and even appeared in the picture round of a table quiz, with many people mistaking her for one of the Seoige sisters!!

Best of luck to Deirbhle with all her rose duties and with a busy few months ahead, the best is surely yet to come. 


Daly caps first Irish appearance with a try

Thomond Park

Kilcock’s Cormac Daly marked his first appearance in an Irish jersey with a 2nd half try as his u20 side went down 15-10 to a Munster development team at Thomond Park today, Saturday May 13th.

Daly and his team mates, who continue their build up to the World Rugby U20 Championships in Georgia next month, were much better in the second half and were back to within two points heading into the final quarter after the Kilcock man touched down following a strong maul.

But it was the province who went on to hold out for a 15-10 victory.

Ireland U20 (Munster representatives in bold): Colm Hogan; Mark Keane, Gavin Mullin, Ciaran Frawley, Calvin Nash; Conor Fitzgerald, Jonny Stewart; Joey Conway, Tadhg McIlroy, Charlie Connolly; Jack O’Regan, Fineen Wycherley; Marcus Rea, Paul Boyle, Gavin Coombes.

Replacements from: Ronan Kelleher, Greg McGrath, Peter Coper, Cormac Daly, Sean Masterson, Ryan Fehily, Conor Dean, Sean O’Brien, Liam Coombes, Rory Mulvihill.

Daly in action for Navan

Gold for Kilcock Boxer

Kilcock boxer Adam Geoghegan today captured a gold medal at the Michael Andrews Memorial Boxing Tournament at the National Stadium.

Adam who is a member of Clane Boxing Club, secured the medal in the u12, 75kg division with an impressive 1st round stoppage of Charlie Kearney of Scoeu Boxing Club Wexford.

Clane had 3 boxers fighting for gold which was a fantastic achievement considering 272 competitors from throughout Ireland started out.