North Kerry Hurling
Senior A League Final Replay
Lixnaw 1-13 St Brendans 1-9
2 in a row for Lixnaw
East Kerry Football
O’Donoghue Cup-Semi Final, for the East Kerry Senior Championship, sponsored by The Aquila Club Gleneagle Hotel
Rathmore 0-16 Gneevegullia 0-12
Aine Ni Shuilleabhain reports
Fr Galvin Cup-Semi Final, for the Intermediate Championship, sponsored by The Aquila Club, Gleneagle Hotel
Fossa 3-10 Firies 2-10
South Kerry Football
Walshs Super Valu sponsored Senior Championship Quarter-Final
Waterville 2-10 Valentia 1-8
Barry Clifford reports
North Kerry Football
Kieran Corridan Intermediate Cup Final
Sponsored South Of Ireland Waste Management
Moyvane B 2-7 Ballydonoghue B 2-12
Minor Championship 2017
Jotty Holly Memorial Shield
Sponsored by O Connor Hardware and Farm Supplies
Division 1 Semi Final
Castleisland Desmonds 0-02 Listowel Emmets 2-13
West Kerry Football
U16 Championship Final
Annascaul Lispole 1-10 Dingle 1-13
Annascaul/Lispole started the better, playing with the wind they were first to score with a Jack Farrell point from play. Jack Farrell added another shortly after with a point from a free kick. Killian Falvey and Conor O’Brien added points from play for Annascaul/Lispole to put them four up with around 15 minutes played. Dingle had a few scoring opportunities but good defending by Annascaul/Lispole and a couple of great saves by their keeper Eoghan Sheehy denied them. Colin Moriarty scored Dingle’s first point of the game but Annascaul/Lispole went down the field and Mark Manning scored a great goal to put them back into control. The score after 20 minutes played was Annascaul/Lispole 1-4 to 0-1 Dingle.
Dingle rallied and were very unlucky when Oisín Smailes goal bound shot hit the upright. Dylan Geaney kicked a point from play for Dingle shortly after. This was followed by points from play from Annascaul/Lispole through Dara Hickson Spillane and Jack Farrell and another Jack Farrell point from a free kick to put them in a commanding lead. When Referee Paul Hayes blew the whistle for halftime the scoreboard read, Annascaul/Lispole 1-7 to 0-2 Dingle.
Dingle Manager Colm Nelan must have given an inspirational halftime team talk to his Dingle side, as when Dingle took the field for the second half they were a transformed team. Conor Flannery with two points from play, Dylan Geaney and Christopher Kane with a point from play each, led the way. This was followed up by a goal from Oisín Smailes, who gave Annascaul/Lispole keeper Eoghan Sheehy no chance when Dylan Geaney put him through. After 15 minutes played in the second half the score was Annascaul/Lispole 1-7 to 1-6 Dingle.
Dylan Geaney levelled the game with a point from play and Conor Flannery put Dingle one point up shortly after with a point from play. Christopher Kane and Dylan Geaney extended Dingle’s lead to three with points from play before Annascaul/Lispole’s Colm Moriarty scored his side’s first point of the second half with a fine effort from play. A Dylan Geaney point from a free restored Dingle’s lead and this was followed by a Seán Óg Moran point from play. Annascaul/Lispole were battling hard and points from play from Killian Falvey and Dara Hickson Spillane reduced the gap to two points. Dingle responded with a fine team move that saw Colin Moriarty kick a point from play. When Referee Paul Hayes blew the whistle for fulltime the scoreboard read, Annascaul/Lispole 1-10 to 1-13 Dingle. Chairperson of Bórd na nÓg Chiarraí Thiar, Edward Corkery presented the West Kerry U16 Championship Plaque to Captain of the victorious Dingle Team Seán Óg Moran and presented the Man of the Match Award to Christopher Kane of the Dingle Team.
Annascaul/Lispole: Eoghan Mac Síthigh, Jack Ó Muircheartaigh, Harry Ó Cinnéide, Colman Ó Meara, Diarmuid Ó hEára, Dara Hickson Spillane (0-2), Seán Ó Cinnéide, Colm Ó Muircheartaigh (0-1), Conor Ó Briain (0-1), Roibeard Ó Súilleabháin, Killian Ó Fáilbhe (0-2), Gavin Ó Cárthaigh, Mark Ó Mainnín (1-0), Jack Ó Fearail (0-4, 2fr), Darragh Ó Murchú Fir Ionaid: Daithí Ó Gobhann, Tony de Hóra, Kevin Ó Grifín, Cian Ó Grifín, Séamus Ó Hainifín, Seán Finín, Cormac Ó Cinnéide
Dingle: Jamie O’Flaherty, Aodhán Ó Conchúir, Eoghan De Hóra, Aaron Ó Conchúir, Mitchel Hunt, Seán Óg Moran (0-1), Jack Brick, Colin Moriarty (0-2), Conor Flannery (0-3), Oisín Smailes (1-0), Christopher Kane (0-2), Muiris O’Sullivan, Patrick Saunders, Dylan Geaney (0-5, 1fr), Tadhg Kennedy Fir Ionaid: Ruairc O’Shea, Keith Flannery, Robbie Sheehy
An Ghaeltacht 0-7 Castlegregory 0-8
An Ghaeltacht got off to a flying start with a Cathal Ó Beaglaoich point from a free kick and a point from play from Conn Ó Riagáin. Castlegregory responded with a point from a free kick from Conor Ó Laoire and another point from a free kick from Cian Ó Gráda. The score after 15 minutes played was An Ghaeltacht 0-3 to 0-2 Castlegregory.
Castlegregory’s Cian Ó Gráda levelled the game with a point from play and An Ghaeltacht keeper Tadhg Ó Murchú made a great save to deny Castlegregory a certain goal. Two more points from play from Castlegregory’s Cian Ó Gráda gave them a two point lead with 5 minutes left in the first half. An Ghaeltacht responded with a Cathal Ó Beaglaoich point from a free kick and a Conn Ó Riagáin point from play. When Referee Billy Lacy blew the whistle for halftime the scoreboard read, An Ghaeltacht 0-5 to 0-5 Castlegregory.
Cathal Ó Beaglaoich opened the scoring in the second half with a point from a free kick for An Ghaeltacht to put them one up. Castlegregory responded with a Cian Ó Gráda point from a free kick to level the game after 10 minutes played in the second half. Adam Mac Coisteala put Castlegregory one ahead with a point from play. The score after 15 minutes played in the second half was An Ghaeltacht 0-6 to 0-7 Castlegregory.
Castlegregory keeper Eoin Ó Cinnéide made a couple of good saves to deny An Ghaeltacht and another Cian Ó Gráda point from a free kick gave them a two point lead with around 5 minutes to play. An Ghaeltacht rallied and a Conn Ó Riagáin point from play left them only one behind. An Ghaeltacht went in search of the equalising score but some great defensive play by Castlegregory kept them at bay. When Referee Billy Lacy blew the whistle for fulltime the scoreboard read, An Ghaeltacht 0-7 to 0-8 Castlegregory. Chairperson of Bórd na nÓg Chiarraí Thiar, Edward Corkery presented the West Kerry U16 Shield to joint Captains of the victorious Castlegregory Team Eoin Ó Cinnéide and Fionn Ó Cuileannáin and presented the Man of the Match Award to Adam Costello of the Castlegregory Team.
An Ghaeltacht: Tadhg Ó Murchú, Seán Ó Laoithe, Séamus Ó Loinsigh, Dara Ó Beaglaoich, Cathal Ó Muircheartaigh, Padraig Ó Cearnaigh, Oscar Dáibhís, Aodhán Ó Dubhain, Cathal Ó Beaglaoich (0-5, 4fr), Tomás Ó Sé, Conn Ó Riagáin (0-3), Dean Mac Amhlaoidh, Shane Ó Mainín, Ruaidhrí Ó Beaglaoich, Ben Ó Briain Fir Ionaid: Ronán Ó Beaglaoich, Finn Dáibhís, Caolan Ó Riain, Fergal Mac Eoin, Naoise Mac Gearailt
Castlegregory: Eoin Ó Cinnéide, Stiofán Ó Gobhann Gealbháin, Fionn Ó Cuileannáin, Alan Ó Laoire, Tadhg Ó Conchubhair, Séamus Ó Laighin, Tomás Ó Dónaill, Adam Mac Coisteala (0-1), David Mac Coisteala, Rhys Hayes, Cian Ó Gráda (0-6, 3fr), Gearóid Ó Flaitheartaigh, Conor Ó Laoire (0-1, 1fr), Cian de Bhál, Cian Ó Cróinín Fir Ionaid: Eoghan Ó Laighin, Conor Ó Gráinne, Jack Ó Seanáin, Alain Beaujouain, Gearóid Ó Cárthaigh Steven Griffin