Dingle Bay Rovers Are KDL Premier A Champions

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Dingle Bay Rovers are Denny Premier A League champions. The Final saw them beat Killarney Celtic 4-3. Timmy Sheehan reviews the action [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/57867/medium/”] Dingle manager David O’Neill [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/57884/medium/”] Dingle captain Sean O’Connor [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/57885/medium/”] Killarney Celtic manager Patrick Roarty [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/57886/medium/”] In the Dominos Pizza Reserve Cup 1/4 Final QPR overcame Listowel Celtic B 6-1. The Denny Premier B League Final replay is down for decision tonight. Mounthawk Park is the venue at 7-30 for Inter Kenmare against Rattoo Rovers. Left to right Denis Guerin (KDL)  Padraig Mallon(Kerry Group) Sean O'Connor Luke Burgess John O'Regan ( KDL Secretary. courtesy of Tommy Naughton Kerry have been drawn at home against Limerick FC in the first round of the SSE Airtricity U17 Mark Farren Memorial Cup. The first round ties will take place the midweek on Tuesday June 28th and Wednesday the 29th, with the match details to be confirmed in due course. The SSE Airtricity U17 Mark Farren Memorial Cup First Round draw is: Sligo Rovers v Longford Town Mervue United v Athlone Town UCD v St Patrick’s Athletic Drogheda united v Monaghan Cavan FP Dundalk v Cabinteely Kerry League v Limerick FC Bray Wanderers v Wexford Youths BYES: Bohemians, Cobh Ramblers, Cork City, Derry City, Finn Harps, Salthill Devon, Shamrock Rovers, Shelbourne, Waterford United . Only one point separates the top two in the SSE Airtricity league Premier Division. It’s after second placed Cork beat leaders Dundalk 1-0 at Turner’s Cross. Stephen Dooley got the goal for Cork. Dundalk were reduced to 10 men when Chris Shields was sent off. Third placed Derry City lost ground with a scoreless draw at Galway United. Elsewhere, Shamrock Rovers won 2-0 at Dublin rivals St Pat’s, Finn Harps beat Sligo Rovers 3-0 and it finished Wexford Youths 0 Bohemians 1. Bray Wanderers and Longford Town finished scoreless. In the first Division, Waterford United’s game against Athlone Town was postponed. The first division fixture was due to be played at the RSC in Waterford this evening but it was called off as Athlone didn’t have enough players to fulfil the fixture. League Director Fran Gavin has condemned the decision by Athlone. In last night’s only game, it finished UCD 2 Shelbourne 0. The Republic of Ireland women’s side’s hopes of making Euro 2017 in the Netherlands next summer have suffered a major blow. Sue Ronan’s side suffered a 4-1 loss to Finland. They were 3-0 down when Stephanie Roche pulled one back but it was as good as it got. The results leaves the Irish six points behind second-placed Finland with a top-two finish needed to have any chance of qualifying.