It might seem small to some, but for Kilmore Celtic the addition of two containers to the pitches they use at the Oscar Traynor means a lot to the club.
Indeed, Kilmore lament the occurance as ‘a very big step’ in the clubs ‘progress’.
The two simple containers will provide badly needed storage and changing facilities for the progressive and ambitious club.
Kilmore took to social media to confirm the news and thank all those who helped them secure the essential containers.
“A very big step in our progress as a club and the Kilmore West community happened over the weekend. We finally got our two containers put on the Oscar Traynor pitches!
One of the containers is for storage for all our equipment and the second one is for changing rooms for all our teams (academy, girls, boys, Senior Ladies and Senior Men)
We have no doubt that having this facility will save somebody’s life as carrying the equipment back and forth from the apartments on Dundaniel Road to the Oscar Traynor pitches was always a dangerous activity for our coaches.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the following people on behalf of everyone at Kilmore Celtic
• Jason Dunbar (D.C.C)
• Madeleine Ebbs (D.C.C)
• Jim Beggan (D.C.C)
• Fergal scally (D.C.C)
Without their help this would never have happened so thank you all so much.
Also a huge thanks to Anto and Billy Peyton for letting us store all our equipment in the apartments on Dundaniel Road for all these years; I don’t what we would have done without your kindness .
Stephen Powell also deserves a huge thank you for all his help.
Also to all our sponsors over the past few years without your support the club wouldn’t be able to function and be as big as we are now!
Thank you from the committee members, the players and coaching staff; we are blown away with the support we received in achieving this big step for the club.
Also, If you notice or hear of any anti social behaviour at the containers please contact the page to let us know; these containers are afterall a big step forward for not only KCFC but the Kilmore area as a whole…as a community we can help protect them.”