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Jan 2017 Newsletter - Issue 10

This annual event took place in Kinawley Community Hall on Saturday 7th January and it was heart-warming to see such a big turnout.

The various youth teams won six competitions in 2016, a fantastic achievement for a small club.

Thanks to Donncha O’Cathain (Vice Chairman) for MC duties on the night and to everyone who helped out in any way, from decorating the hall, printing out certificates, providing refreshments or presenting awards. Thanks also to Mark Monaghan and Paddy McGovern for representing management and county football, both role models for our young footballers.

Each team manager gave a brief rundown of how their team had developed over the year and how the panels had developed.

Read more: Jan 2017 Newsletter - Issue 10

Dec 2016 Newsletter - Issue 9

As we all know, 2016 was one of the most memorable years in the club’s history for what was achieved on the pitch. To win one trophy in any year normally suggests success.

To win 4 at adult level and a further 6 at underage is something that will be hard to surpass in future, though it won’t be for the want of trying I hope. Competing in an Ulster final as well further highlights the hard work and ability that the club displayed.

Read more: Dec 2016 Newsletter - Issue 9

Nov 2016 Newsletter - Issue 8

This has been a momentous year for both adult teams in the club. The ladies have waited twenty three years to dominate football in Fermanagh and 2016 has not disappointed.

Read more: Nov 2016 Newsletter - Issue 8

Oct 2016 Newsletter - Issue 7

Our ladies have proudly put Kinawley on the football map in Ulster by deservedly progressing to their first Ulster Club Final in the twenty three years since formation.

Read more: Oct 2016 Newsletter - Issue 7

Sept 2016 Newsletter - Issue 6

It’s been a massive couple of months for the club with Intermediate Championship success for both the Men's & Ladies teams.

Read more: Sept 2016 Newsletter - Issue 6

Aug 2016 Newsletter - Issue 5

Our Senior men continue to succeed this season. To date, they have accrued 28 points and sit at top of league table with St. Pat’s.

Read more: Aug 2016 Newsletter - Issue 5

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