First County Senior Football Finalist To Be Determined Today

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The opening Garvey’s Supervalu County Senior Football Championship semi-final is down for decision this afternoon. Legion and Rathmore clash in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney at 3.45, in a game which will be live on Radio Kerry. Denis Moynihan, Rathmore manager [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47148/medium/”] Peter Keane, Legion manager [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47160/medium/”] Former Kerry captain Billy O’Shea previews Legion v Rathmore [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47168/medium/”] The Castleisland Mart Intermediate Club Football Championship Final goes ahead this afternoon. St.Mary’s against Spa takes place at Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney at 2 and is live on Radio Kerry. Sean Moynihan, Spa manager [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47146/medium/”] Aidan Cahill, Spa captain [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47143/medium/”] Mossy Coffey, St Marys Chairman [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47167/medium/”] Sean Cournane, St Marys captain [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47149/medium/”] Templenoe take on Firies in Beaufort at 1 today in the semi-final of the Junior Club Football Championship. The Novice Football Championship semi-finals will be played today. Asdee versus St Senans is on in Finuge at midday while Lispole against Ballydonoghue goes ahead in Strand Road at 2. The County Intermediate Hurling Championship Final takes place in Abbeydorney at 3 today between Dr Crokes and Kilmoyley. Padraig O Sullivan, Kilmoyley manager [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47145/medium/”] Paul Downey, Dr Crokes manager [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47165/medium/”] The Junior decider is also down for decision, at 1.30 in Lixnaw, featuring Duagh and Stacks. Gerry Molyneux, Duagh manager [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47170/medium/”] Mike O Halloran, Austin Stacks manager [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47169/medium/”] At 11 in East Kerry’s Aquila Club O’ Donoghue Cup Scartaglen will be home to Gneeveguilla. The Mid Kerry O’Sullivan Cup Final is on this morning, between Milltown/Castlemaine and keel, in Killorglin at 11.30. The Mary Jo Curran Senior A Football League semi-final at 11.30 has Rathmore home to Finuge-St Senans. At 5.30 in the Ladies Under 15 B Football Championship ¼ Final Na Gaeil host Kilcummin. At midday in the North Kerry Ladies B-Mobile Intermediate Football League Stacks welcome Mitchels. The Junior League at the same time has Clounmacon up against Beale. There are 2 games at 4 today in the Counihans Princess Street North Kerry Ladies Under 14 Football League. The Division 3 Shield Final is between Moyvane and Rahillys in Ballyduff while the Division 1 Plate Final sees Currow home to Stacks. St.Pats & Rahillys meet on the double today in Coiste Trali Football Championship action. The Under 13s face off at 10.30 and the Under 15s one hour later. Moyvane are through to the Novice Shield Football Final after beating Fossa 1-13 to 15 points. Moyvane advanced to the Final after a tight encounter with Fossa played in John Mitchels on Saturday last. The teams were inseparable in normal time and it looked like the game could go to a replay but Moyvane took the lead in the final minutes of extra time to clinch a 1 point victory. Fossa had the edge in the first half and had the score 6 points to 2 on the 25th minute with their scores coming from Padraig Clifford and Lorcan Daly. Moyvane’s points came from Niall Sheehan and Eamon O’ Flaherty. Two late frees pointed by Aidan Keane left the half time score Moyvane 0-4, Fossa 0-6. The North Kerry Team had the better start in the second half. Colin Enright was causing problems for the Fossa defence which resulted in pointed frees from Timmy Noonan and Aidan Keane. Both sides were up for the challenge from here on. Taghg O Shea and Donald O Sullivan helped Fossa go two in front but a Cathal O Connor goal in the 20th minute once again gave the lead to the Moyvane men. The full time whistle came with the teams level, Moyvane 1-8, Fossa 0-11. Extra Time saw great football played from both sides. Mathew Rennie pointed for Fossa but two long range frees from Moyvane’s Martin Stack again put them in the driving seat. Donal Leahy and William Madden pointed for Moyvane. Both sides had goal chances and some great saves by Moyvane’s Goal Keeper Brendan Galvin saw them run out eventual winners on a final score of Moyvane 1-13, Fossa 0-15. They’re into the provincial Championship already in Ulster football. Last year’s beaten All Ireland finalists Slaughtneil of Derry meet Fermanagh’s Derrygonnelly in the preliminary round of the Ulster championship. Throw-in at Owenbeg is at 3.30. St Eunan’s gun for back-to-back Donegal titles, and a record fifteenth, when they take on Naomh Conaill at MacCumhaill Park from 4. Staying in Ulster, and Cargin meet Lámh Dhearg in the Antrim final at Ahogill. While the Monaghan Championship will be decided between Monaghan Harps and Scotstown. Nemo Rangers are aiming for a nineteenth Cork football title when they take on Castlehaven this afternoon. In Clare, it’s between Cooraclare and Miltown Malbay at Cusack Park. Dromcollogher/Broadford chase a third Limerick football title in three years when they take on Newcastlewest in Kilmallock. And Semple Stadium hosts the Tipperary final meeting of Clonmel Commericials and Moyle Rovers. There’s one football title up for grabs in Connacht this afternoon with Clann na nGael meeting Padraig Pearses in the Roscommon decider. A fourth title in seven years is the carrot for Ballygunner, who meet Tallow in the Waterford hurling final at Walsh Park. There are three hurling finals to be decided in Leinster today. Mount Leinster Rangers face St. Mullin’s in the Carlow final, The Offaly decider pits Coolderry against St. Rynagh’s While Clonkill and Raharney contest the Westmeath hurling final in Mulligar.

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