over a battling Nurney side. From early on the Young Mitchells took control and move the back to the full forward line who took some fine scores. The second half saw the Mitchells playing with the breeze and they put up a fine score
against a Nurney team that never gave up. It was great to see so many young players getting a game and we wish them the very best in the semi final against Naas. Best wishes also to Nurney for the season ahead.
Also on Sunday last saw our u/6
team being kindly invited to the Castledermot field day. Enjoying the great day our lads and girls got to play in front of a large crowd and a the end of a great match , each player received that much awaited medal. Thanks very much to
Castledermot for the invite, I know we will see them very soon.
Tuesday night saw one of the biggest crowds ever to assemble in the field to watch two under 10 matches
against our near neighbours Athy GFC. On the first pitch the green team played their hearts out against a fine Athy side. There were some great scores on offer to keep away the winter chill as both set of supporters applauded the
Young starts of the future of both clubs. On the other end of the main pitch the Young Mitchells white team were up
against their Athy Oppenets. This was as fine match as both teams tried to play flowing football with some great combination work and scores at the end. Athy flew into an early lead and with the Mithcells coming back in the second half the crowd got behind both sides. On a great advert for Kildare football the Athy side held out and those watching left in the knowledge that both clubs had very talented footballers within their ranks. Best of luck to Athy for the
remainder of the year.