St Senan’s have denied Ballydonoghue the chance to make it a 3 in-a-row titles.
They are champions after winning their first ever North Kerry Football title on a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-06.
It was a slow start from both sides but that was to be expected as a strong wind was making scoring difficult.
The Senan’s side had numerous goal chances but it wasn’t until the 23rd minute of play before Sean Weir made it count.
At half-time St Senan’s lead 1-4 to 0-6.
It was in the second half when the game really came alive following a period of start/stop play.
With 20 minutes played in the second half, St Senan’s popped 4 points back-to-back over the bar.
At this point it started to come clear that they were on for the win.
Ballydonoghue tried to make a come back but it seemed they were lacking fluidity in their play. Despite this Eamonn Walsh managed to score a goal.
The game finished St Senan’s 1-12 Ballydonoghue 1-06.
Senan’s manager Mark Bourke