Sunday Afternoon Local GAA Results

All-Ireland 60 by 30 Handball
Over 35 A Singles Final
Dominick Lynch, Glenbeigh lost to David Hope, Offaly 21-12 21-11

County Senior Hurling League Division 2 Final
Causeway 3-15 St.Brendan’s 3-6

Mid Kerry Senior Football Championship semi final sponsored by Bunkers Bar & Restaurant Killorglin
Laune Rangers 0-11 Beaufort 0-8
Rangers into first Final since 2013

Moran’s of Dingle West Kerry Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Lispole 0-9 Annascaul 1-16
This victory means that Annascaul will now play the winners of the other semi, either An Ghaeltacht or Dingle in the final.

Playing with the aid of the wind Annascaul’s impressive Cathal Ferriter opened the scoring with a point from play. This was followed by a Deaglán Ó Súilleabháin point from a free kick for Lispole. Annascaul with points from play from Jason Hickson, two from Cathal Ferriter and a pointed free from Jason Hickson extended their lead to four. The score after 15 minutes of play was Lispole 0-1 to 0-5 Annascaul.

Two Aidan Crean points, one from play and one from a free kick extended Annascaul’s lead. Jason Hickson for Annascaul and Cathal Ó Súilleabháin for Lispole exchanged pointed frees. Shane Foley with a point from play and pointed frees from Aidan Crean and Jason Hickson gave Annascaul a commanding lead and when referee Billy O’Shea blew the whistle for half time the scoreboard in Páirc Sheáin Uí Bharóid read Lispole 0-2 to 0-11 Annascaul.

Lispole opened the scoring in the second half with a Deaglán Ó Súilleabháin point from a free kick that gave the home crowd a little belief. Unfortunately Annascaul were not in a forgiving mood and points from play from Shane Foley and Aidan Crean increased their lead to ten. Lispole’s Deaglán Ó Súilleabháin was unlucky not to be at the end of long ball into heart of the Annascaul defence that ran out over the end line. Deaglán Ó Súilleabháin kicked a point from the resulting 45 for Lispole. Shortly after Brian Ó Raoil had a great opportunity to score his sides must needed goal but Ó Raoil was denied by a great block from Annascaul’s Gearóid Lyne. Once again it was Annascaul who scored next with a point from play for James Scanlon. Two pointed frees from Aidan Crean and Jason Hickson kept Annascaul firmly in control. The score after 15 minutes played in the second half, Lispole 0-5 to 0-16 Annascaul.

Aaron Ó Muircheartaigh kicked a point from play for Lispole. Then Annascaul’s James Crean put the game completely beyond Lispole on the 19th minute when he scored the games only goal. Both sides ran their benches at this stage and it was Lispole’s best player on the day Deaglán Ó Súilleabháin who kicked the last scores, three fine points from play.

Lispole: Conchúir Ó hAiniféin, Rónán Ó Grifín, Dara Ó Súilleabháin, Seán Ó Brosnacháin, Alan Ó Dubhán, Adrian Ó Raoil, Sean Ó Nuanáin, Garreth Ó Nuanáin, Micheál ‘Jim’ Mac Gearailt, Maitiú Seán Ó Grifín, Aaron Ó Muircheartaigh (0-1), Eamon Ó Beaglaoi, Deaglán Ó Súilleabháin (0-7, 3fr), Brian Ó Raoil, Cathal Ó Súilleabháin (0-1, 1fr) Fir Ionaid: Ciarán Ó Súilleabháin, Shane Ó Muircheartaigh, Cathal Ó Sé, Darren Ó hEanachán

Annascaul: Tommy Pierce, Joe Kennedy, Gearóid O’Shea, Fintan Herlihy, Andrew Finn, Gearóid Lyne, Shane Foley (0-2), Jaime O’Driscoll, Niall McKenna, Eamon Hickson, Aidan Crean (0-5, 3fr), Cathal Ferriter (0-3), James Crean (1-0), James Scanlon (0-1), Jason Hickson (0-5, 4fr) Fir Ionaid: Fionn Coakley, Alan Falvey, David Clifford

Bernard O’Callaghan Memorial North Kerry Senior Football Championship
Sponsored by McMunn’s Bar and Restaurant Ballybunion
Round 1
Ballylongford 1-17 Tarbert 1-21 after extra time

North Kerry U13 Tommy Madden Football Tournament
Moyvane 5-10 Ballydonoghue 2-7
Emmets 1-5 Ballyduff 3-6

U16 Championship
Div 1-Ballyduff 3-8 Knock Brosna Duagh 1-14
Div 2-St.Senans 1-14 Ballydonoghue Bally Asdee 0-12

East Kerry Football
U14 Championship sponsored by M.D O’Shea Killarney
Dr Crokes 3-11 Fossa 1-05
Firies 3-07 Killarney Legion 3-10
Currow 1-13 Rathmore 2-11
Gneeveguilla 2-08 Spa 2-09