Sunday Afternoon Local GAA Results and Fixtures

Dr Crokes v Kerins O Rahillys – Jason O Connor with the Full Time report

Kilcummin v Templenoe – Breda O Shea with the full time report

Listowel Emmets v Firies – Padraig Hartnett with the full time report

Kenmare v Beaufort – Colm Kelly Reports

Senior Football League Div 1
(Round 2), Austin Stacks 4-12 Na Gaeil 2-10

(Round 2), Kilcummin 0-15 Templenoe 3-4
Templenoe afforded Kilcummin a “Guard of Honour” at the start of the game but that’s where the respect ended as they took to their task, to avenge their defeat in last year’s county Intermediate semi-final, with serious intent. Both teams started without a number of regulars but after 15 minutes of playing against a strong cold wind Templenoe lead the home team by 3-2 to 0-2. After points from Stephen O Sullivan, from a free, and Pat Spillane from play they went on a goal rush. The first came from a penalty, excellently converted by Brian Crowley, the second by Josh Crowley Holland, after a great incisive run along the end line, and the third was an excellent finish by Stephen O Sullivan. Kilcummin had just two points to show at this stage courtesy of Matt Keane and Gary O Leary. Things looked bad for Kilcummin with their backs struggling to contain the Templenoe forwards, but the experience of recent endeavours stood to them, as they refused to panic, and Kieran Murphy and Kevin Gorman got on top of the midfield exchanges. They tacked on six points without reply before half time with Matt Keane twice, Kevin Gorman, Mikey O Shea, Philip Casey and Noel Duggan raising white flags. Half time Templenoe 3-2 Kilcummin 0-8. Kilcummin faced the wind in the second half but after six minutes they were in front courtesy of points from a Noel Duggan free, Matt Keane twice from play and substitute John McCarthy also from play. Kilcummin lost Kieran Murphy and Shane McSweeney through injuries but their loss was countered by an awesome display from Kevin Gorman in midfield. Brian Crowley and Noel Duggan exchanged points and with 10 minutes left there was just a single point in it. Matt Keane and Gary O Leary were making life difficult for the visitors and when John McCarthy added his second point, followed by a Noel Duggan free, it looked like Kilcummin were on their way. However, Brian Crowley added a further point and with the game almost in injury time Brendan Kealy had to bring off a point blank save. Indeed, it was Brendan’s third magnificent save of the game and but for him the points may very well have gone south. Kilcummin were best served by Brendan Kealy, Sean O Leary, Kevin Gorman, Matt Keane and Gary O Leary while John Spillane, Patrick Clifford, Adrian Spillane and Brian Crowley stood out for Templenoe. Final score Kilcummin 0-15 Templenoe 3-04.

(Round 2), Dingle 2-18 Rathmore 2-6

(Round 2), Dr Crokes 2-16 Kerins O’Rahilly’s 1-15

Senior Football League Div 2
(Round 2), John Mitchel’s 2-16 Dr Crokes 1-14

(Round 2), Glenbeigh-Glencar 1-11 Ballymacelligott 0-10
A spritely game in Beaufort resulted in a well deserved win, 1-11 to 0-10 for Glenbeigh over Ballymac. An opening onslaught from the Ballymac men threatened to put Glenbeigh to the sword but wasted chances kept the teams close with Ballymac leading 0-3 to 0-1. As the half wore on Glenbeigh used all their experience to edge in front and a late first half goal left them 5 points in front at the break. Ballymac roared into the second half with three unanswered points, leaving 2 between the teams. However, this was as close as it would get, Glenbeigh keeping the Ballymac men at arm’s length despite a valiant effort. Ballymac made a late surge to try and salvage a result but Glenbeigh finished well to win 1-11 to 0-10.

(Round 2), Glenflesk 4-13 Castleisland Desmonds 1-12
Glenflesk were the victors after an entertaining game. Glenflesk started quickly and used the long ball effectively to bypass the Castleisland sweeper. Playing with a strong breeze they started quickly and had a one five to a point lead after fifteen minutes. The highlights were a well worked goal and two huge kicks from out the field. The pressure put on by the Glenflesk defence also brought about turnovers. Castleisland started getting into the game after their shaky start and started pinning Glenflesk into their own half. They scored four points before half time to leave the score one eight to five points at the interval. The second half started evenly, and the points were shared until Glenflesk scored a crucial goal. It started after a kick out was claimed in midfield and after four quick passes the ball was flicked to the net. Glenflesk’s subs bench was also influential at this stage contributing one three of their scores.
Castleisland started to increase the pressure at this stage and Glenflesk were fortunate to survive when a few dangerous balls landed around the goalmouth. They then broke away to score a late goal after a rebound from the goalie. Castleisland had the last word with a goal of their own after a high ball was flicked to the net. The game was played in great spirit, was free flowing and played before a decent crowd.

(Round 2), Dromid Pearses 1-22 Brosna 1-11
Piarsaigh na Dromoda recorded a comprehensive victory against Brosna at home in round 2 of the county league in front of a large crowd in ideal conditions. Brosna opened the scoring with a free from Tom McGoldrick but it was Dromid who would respond with four unanswered points, Chris Farley (2), Dominic O Sullivan and Dilan O Donoghue. Brosna did respond with a point but Dromid would kick another 5 points, Chris Farley with a lovely sideline and a long-range kick, Dilan O’Donoghue (2) and a point by Niall O Shea (c). Two further points by Brosna were cancelled out by a well taken Niall O Shea point from play. The half time score was Dromid 0-11 Brosna 0-4. Brosna began the second half with a different game plan, they stationed big midfielder Shane Curtin on the edge of the square and kicked the ball at every opportunity directly into the big man. This game plan would pay off as they registered 1-2 without reply, Curtin with the goal and Patrick Moriarty and Tom McGoldrick kicked points for the visitors. Dromid had to act smart and moved their own midfielder Niall O Connor back to full back and it proved a great move as O’Connor proved more than a match for Curtin. The pivotal score of the game came 10 minutes into the 2nd half, Chris Farley played a lovely ball to Niall O Shea who finished low to the net. Dromid gained control of the middle again and kicked a further 9 points to Brosna’s 5. John O Shea, Gearoid O Sullivan, Chris Farley, Niall O Shea and the evergreen Denis Shine O Sullivan punching a late score. Patrick Moriarty kept the scoreboard ticking for Brosna but this game was effectively over after the Dromid goal. This was a great team performance from the home team.

(Round 2), Annascaul 2-12 Ardfert Football Club 1-12

(Round 2), Beaufort 1-11 Kenmare 1-7
Kenmare Shamrocks formed a guard of honour to welcome All Ireland Junior club champions Beaufort to Kenmare. Conditions for a football match were great as the ground had dried out and there was no rain on the horizon. Both teams started slowly, and it took 6 minutes for the first point of the match to come, which was a free kick from Kenmare’s Dylan O’Connor. The same player soon followed up with his second point before Fergal Hallissey kicked over Beaufort’s first point on the 16th minute. Two Minutes later Hallissey had the ball in the back of the net when a high ball dropped into the square and broke kindly for him to slot home. Points were exchanged after that which left the score 1-03 to 0-03 pts in favour of the away side at the break.
Half Time Score – Kenmare 0-03 to Beaufort 1-03. Kenmare scored first in the second half when David Hallissey kicked over a lovely point from play after 3 minutes. Beaufort’s response was immediate as they kicked 5 out of the next 6pts scored. This left an uphill struggle for the home side as we found ourselves 6 points down at this stage. Courageously battling on, we were handed a lifeline when awarded a penalty close to the end on the game which was confidently put away by Dylan O’Connor. It made for an exciting finish as there was only a kick of a ball in it. Kenmare then worked a lovely move involving 6 players which put David Hallissey through on goal only to see his shot beat the keeper but flash past the post on the wrong side. A sigh of relief could be heard from all the travelling Beaufort fans, but the smiles were back on their faces soon after when the last point of the game of kicked over by their corner forward.

Senior Football League Div 3
(Round 2), Currow 1-12 St Patrick’s Blennerville 0-13

(Round 2), Milltown/Castlemaine 2-8 Listry 2-8
Listry raced into an early lead when Conor O’Sullivan calmly palmed home to Cormac Leane’s net following a pass from Anthony Sweeney from the corner of the square.
They followed this up with scores from Joe Clifford & Anthony Sweeney to make it 1-2 to 0-0 after 10 minutes. Jerome Flynn, who was excellent off placed ball all day, registered Milltown/Castlemaine’s first score of the afternoon from 21 yards. Anthony Sweeney through placed ball stretched the Listry men’s lead to 1-6 to 1-4 by the break as frees from Jamie O’Shea, Jerome Flynn and a goal right on the stroke of the interval from Flynn after a ball dropped into the square kept Milltown/Castlemaine in the contest despite being second best for large parts of the opening half. The second half was an absorbing contest where both sides didn’t give an inch & also both may have felt they could have easily taken the victory towards the end. Listry through a superb score from Ronan Buckley from 45 metres pushed the East Kerry side into a three point lead at the beginning of the second half. Milltown/Castlemaine, who had the better of the exchanges during the second period overall, rallied. They had the match level by 45 minutes. Scores from Jerome Flynn, a terrific Gavin Horan goal finished into Tadgh Ahern’s top corner & Jamie O’Shea, brought the contest level.
Listry looked good for victory after a goal by Anthony Sweeney after a quality pass from Aaron McCarthy. However, Milltown/Castlemaine dug deep. Following a succession of frees converted by O’Shea and Flynn, Gavin Horan nudged Milltown/Castlemaine into a lead through a well-executed right legged effort. With seconds remaining on the clock Anthony Sweeney of Listry stepped up and converted from 30 metres to make sure the spoils were shared at the game’s conclusion-on the balance of play that was probably a fair and accurate reflection on matters.

Standout performers on the day for both teams were Anthony Sweeney (Listry), Jerome Flynn (Milltown/Castlemaine), Jamie O’Shea (Milltown/Castlemaine), Jono O’Connor (Milltown/Castlemaine), Conor O’Sullivan (Listry) & Jimmy O’Leary (Listry)

(Round 2), St Senan’s 3-12 Lispole 1-11
(Round 2), Firies 2-12 Listowel Emmets 1-13
(Round 2), Keel 1-10 Fossa 0-12

(Round 2), Gneeveguilla 1-6 Ballydonoghue 1-14
Gneeveguilla secured the win with a strong finish in a very entertaining game of football. Padraig O Connor got the first score of the game from a free kick. Ballydonoghue quickly responded with a point from the impressive Jack Kennelly. The teams exchanged points with John O Leary,Padraig O Connor and Jamie Brosnan for the home side while Jack and Paul Kennelly pointing for the away team. That made it four points each with 15 minutes on the clock. Ballydonoghue had come close to raising the green after 10 minutes but a shot from Paul Kennelly hit the post. On the 17th minute however Sean O Keeffe got through on goal; he had his original shot blocked down only to gather the rebound and hit the back of the net. Ballydonoghue responded well with two frees from Paul Kennelly. Gneeveguilla scored two quick points from Padraig Doyle and Padraig O Connor. However, a mix up in defence allowed Jack Foley in on goal to level it up at 1-06 each at half time. Both teams exchanged points in the first 10 minutes of the second half with the scores now at 1-09 each. Gneeveguilla then took control of the game with three unanswered points from Shane O Sullivan and two from Padraig Doyle. John O Leary and Paul Kennelly exchanged frees to leave the score at 1-13 to 1-10. Ballydonoghue respond excellently with three points in a row from Michael Foley, Paul and Jack Kennelly. The teams were level with eight minutes left but two points from John O Leary gave Gneeveguilla the lead with moments to go. Paul Kennelly scored a free for the away team to reduce the deficit to a point, but another point from John O Leary gave the home side a two point advantage going into injury time. Ballydonoghue threatened but could not get a clear chance at goal.

Senior Football League Div 4
(Round 2), Churchill 2-16 Waterville Frank Caseys 1-11
(Round 2), Tarbert 2-6 Duagh 0-12
(Round 2), Finuge 0-14 Castlegregory GAA Club 0-12
(Round 2), Reenard 1-18 St Michael’s-Foilmore 1-5

Division 5 Group “A”
Miltown/Castlemaine “B” 2-15 4-15 Kerins O Rahillys “B”
The game started with the away side taking the lead but would soon take a pattern of score for score for the first quarter of the game. John Blennerhasset got a fine score from play in between two equally superb points from Dylan O Neill, his third of the afternoon levelling up the scores at four points apiece. Then, just after the home sides number six David Leane notched a point, Rahillys own number six struck back with a well taken goal. Brendan Delaney hit the net with an effort from his fists for Milltown/Castlemaine a few minutes later to leave the scores level at 1-07 each. That’s how the game stood at the halfway point. Delaney followed up his first half goal within a minute of the thrown in, in the second half; raising the green flag again with an effort from his fists only for the visitors to reply quickly with a goal of their own. The game was finely balanced as the sides exchanged scores. A powerful run and score from Mike Burke and a score from the excellent Dylan O’Neill brought the sides level again at 2-11 each. The sides scored another point each to make it 2-12 to 2-12 and it was then the game’s decisive few minutes would come. Milltown/Castlemaine moved forward with intent and looked like taking the lead on a couple of occasions only for Rahillys to produce not one but two quick goals on the break to leave 6 points between them.

Kenmare Shamrocks B 2-11 Dr Crokes C 2-13
This was an entertaining game of football which was played in a very sporting manor in Fr. Breen Park. Both sides went at it from start to finish with Dr Crokes coming out victors by two points at the final whistle. Dr Crokes didn’t have it their own way as Kenmare played the better football in the first and went in at half time leading by a score of 2- 3 to 0-8 points. The two goals coming from corner forward Fionan O’Sullivan and centre forward Rory O Sullivan. Again for the first 10 minutes of the second half Kenmare were on top with scores from
John Crowley, Fionan O’Sullivan and wing forward David Chuchu. Crokes up the pace of the game and in a 10 minute spell registered 2 goals and 3 points giving them a 2 point lead which they held on to till the end. It was a spirited performance by both side which was wonderful to see in Division 5A.

Tuosist 0-10 Ballyduff 1-10
Ballyduff made the long trek down south and made it worthwhile as they just pipped a weakened Tuosist side in a free flowing game of football in which Ballyduffs Padraig Boyle excelled scoring 0-7. At half time Ballyduff led 1-6 to 0-2 thanks to a goal from Eoin Ross.However in the second half even though the visitors had the bigger part of the play but a storming last quarter say Tuosist saw the visitors held scoreless and came within seconds of getting something from the game. Philip Lucid and Padraig Walsh also scored for the Duffers while, Colm Brosnan, 4pts, Conor O Shea, 3pts, Sean Healy, Thomas Harrington and Daniel O Shea 1pt each. Beale 4-14 Sneem/Derrynane 0-4.The score line told the story of Beale v Sneem/Derrynane. A rather one-sided game was played in Páirc de Staic on Sunday afternoon. Beale were first off the mark and, despite being wasteful upfront, had a 1-6 to 0-2 cushion at the interval the goal coming from Calum McSweeney. A rather depleted Sneem/Derrynane side found it difficult to keep up with play and just added a further three points in the second half as Beale popped over the points and raised the green flag three more times.Cormac Linnane, Darragh Buckley and Erik Daly added a goal a piece as well kicking over a few points; Ger Gorman, Ian Mannix and Jack O Sullivan added points. The final score read: Beale 4-14, Sneem/Derrynane 0-5.

Scartaglin 1-12 Dingle “B” 0-4.
The opening half saw both teams evenly matched with Scart finding scores a bit easier to comeby and led 0-6 to 0-3 at the interval.The half time introduction of Pa Rahilly brought new life to Scart and was top scorer with 1-3 from play.Padraig O Connor had an excellent game in defence while; Shay Walsh, 5pts, Eddie Horan, 3pts and Tom Forde, 1pt. Mark Evans, 3pts and 1pt byDaniel Ryan accounted for Dingle “B” scores.

Division 5 Group “B”
Austin Stacks 4-14; Beaufort 0-7
Beaufort started well in this round 2 game in Connolly Park and led by two points to one after eight minutes – both their scores coming from frees by Sean Foley and Paudie Coffey. But once the home side opened their account in the 11th minute with a Pa McCarthy goal they drove on from there and dominated the remainder of the half, adding a further 1-8 (their second goal coming from Ferdia O’Brien) to two more points for the visitors – both from play by their impressive corner forward, Paudie Coffey. This left the home side with a 2-8 to 0-4 lead at half time.
The second half was of a similar pattern to the first with Stacks adding a further 2-6 to 0-3 for Beaufort. Their two second half goals came from Ferdia O’Brien and second half substitute, Cathal O’Reilly.
Scorers: Stacks; Ferdia O’Brien (2-6 – five frees), Pa McCarthy (1-1), Cathal O’Reilly (1-0), and Andrew Morrissey, David Fitzmaurice, Paul Barrett, Shane Walsh, Pádraig Looney, Gearóid Fitzgerald and Dean Scanlon (0-1 each).
Beaufort: Paudie Coffey (0-4 – two frees), Seán Foley (0-2 – one free) and Jack Sweeney (0-1 free).

Ballylongford 5-14 Cromane 5-14
The points were eventually divided after a very entertaining high scoring game played at O’Rahilly Park in reasonable good conditions.
The homeside were the early pacesetters and were six points to two ahead after five minutes but Cromane who always held an advantage at midfield were leading 1-7 to 0-5 by the 15th minute with the goal coming from an inform Darren Houlihan.Conor Carmody and Jack Mulvihill kicked over two quick points for Ballylongford to reduce the deficit while Sean O’Sullivan capitalised on a poor clearance to add on goal number two for the visitors in the 20th minute and they extended their lead with three points in quick succession.
Ballylongford needed scores on the board as the game was slipping away from them and Thomas Doherty scored a great goal in the 27th minute to give them a lifeline this was quickly followed by two points from Ciaran O’Connor leaving the half time score Ballylongford 1-7 Cromane 2-9. Ballylongford had the aid of the wind in the second half and Conor Carmody belied his years as he coolly slotted home two goals in the first three minutes to put Ballylongford back in front,However their lead was short lived as Mikey Houlihan scored two equally quick goals in the 6th and 7th minute putting Cromane five clear. Both sides swapped a brace of points but Ballylongford hit a barren spell for the next ten minutes and in the 20th minute the visitors hit for their fifth goal when a quickly taken free was finished to the net,Sean O’Sullivan and Donnacha Walsh added a further two points and it looked game over.
Matt O’Connor and Conor Carmody added points for Bally before Tadhg McEllistrim was moved to the edge of the square and proceeded to create havoc in the visitors goalmouth firstly setting up Joe McCarthy as he goaled from an acute angle in the 27th minute and a minute later Tadhg fetched and goaled to tie up the game. Donnacha Walsh made a solo run at the Bally defence looking for the lead once again, was fouled and Sean Sullivan kicked over the free. A last gasp long ball into the square was gathered by Tadhg McEllistrim and his shot was driven over the bar to tie up the game bringing a pulsating encounter to a close. The same sides meet again next week in the junior championship.
Shane Sullivan.Padraig O’Neill.Sean Carmody James O’Connor.Michael Tydings.Stephen Foley.Matt Connor.0-1.Tadhg McEllistrim.1-1.Sean Hanrahan..Jack Mulvihill.Joe McCarthy 1-1.0-2.Eoin O’Connor.0-2Conor Carmody 2-2.Ciaran O’Connor 0-5 Thomas Doherty 1-0.Subs Michael Holly.Ronan Carmody.
Team: Paudie McMahon; Liam Teahan, John Michael Foley, Ethan Griffin; Finbar Casey, Conor Sugrue, Cathal Crosby; Niall Dennehy, Donnchadh Walsh; Danny O’Shea, Sean O’Sullivan, Shane O’Neill; Cian O’Keeffe, Darren Houlihan, Mikey Houlihan. Subs: Emmet Casey for C O’Keeffe, Shane Ahern for D O’Shea.

Kilgarvan 4-18 John Mitchels “B” 0-10. Kilgarvan had a comprehensive victory over John Mitchels B team on Sunday in Kilgarvan. The teams lined out in perfect weather conditions. Kilgarvan’s Sean Godfrey opened the scoring with a fine point which was followed by a well taken free by Daniel Casey. Daniel Casey scored the first of Kilgarvan’s goals after 5 minutes. This was followed by a further point from Daniel along with points from Sean Godfrey, Dion Murphy, Christopher Creedon and Con Godfrey and a goal from Keith Harrington to put Kilgarvan 2-07 ahead after 15 minutes. John Mitchel’s first 3 points were from free’s. Kilgarvan dominated all over the pitch and went in 2-12 to 0.5 at half time.
Jack Foley opened Kilgarvan’s scoring in the second half with a well taken goal, 3 points from Daniel Casey followed before Christopher Creedon scored Kilgarvan’s 4th goal. Great teamwork from Kilgarvan ensured their deserving win on a scoreline of Kilgarvan 4-18 John Mitchels B 0.10
Team; Paul Gleeson, Michael O’Sullivan, Liam Twomey, Flor O’Sullivan, Shane O’Sullivan, Keith Harrington (Captain)(1-0), Con Godfrey (0-02), Jack Foley(1-01), Richard O’Sullivan(0-01), Michael Godfrey, Christopher Creedon (1-01), Sean Godfrey (0-03), Dion Murphy (0-01), Daniel Casey (1-09,0-5f), Sean Casey. Subs Shane Randles, Darragh O’Brien, Daniel Cremin, Patie Murphy, Martin Godfrey, Manager: Mickey Foley, Selectors: Pat Twomey, John Foley, Flor O’Brien, Adrian O’Sullivan.
Best for Kilgarvan Daniel Casey, Jack Foley, Dion Murphy

Asdee 3-10 Moyvane 4-8
Up 5pts at the interval and a whopping 10 pts and in complete control with just under 7mts remaining Moyvane staged a major recovery to snatch a 1pt victory thanks to a well taken goal by without doubt Man of the Match, full forward, Martin Stack who accounted for no less than 3-7 of his sides tally in a very competitive game played at Con Brosnan Park, Moyvane. It looked that the visitors would be celebrating at the last whistle but credit Moyvane who showed their true fighting and never say die spirit. Certainly the visitors will rue this result as they were in control for the bigger part of the game and but for a variety of ball handling errors and indiscpline which eventually led to their downfall probably cost them at the end. Moyvane playing into the Village goal and into a slight breeze were first off the mark with Martin Stack splitting the posts after 2mts. Two minutes later Darragh Keane levelled up for Asdee. With plenty possession Asdee went 0-5 to 0-1 ahead by the 20th minute, with, Cyril Dineen, (2), Darragh Keane and Paul O Carroll on target. Coasting at this stage and indiscpline set in which led to the home side going ahead by 2-2 to 0-5 by the 26th minute. Martin Stack with a goal and Gavin Kennelly sending over. However Asdee got their act together and for the remaining minutes were firing on all cylinders with some dazzling football; full forward Cyril Dineen struck for 2 goals with Eoin Kennedy popping over points and at the break it was Asdee; 2-7 Moyvane 2-2. Conor Keane and Martin Stack exchanged points on resumption; Darragh Keane found the net in the 11th minute adding a point along with Paul O Carroll. Martin Stack was Moyvanes only reply. Game over 3-10 to 2-4 for Asdee or so we thought; Moyvane may not be setting the football scene aloud in recent times but on this occasion together with some terrible defending by Asdee they hit the front and in a 4 minute burst plus a 5 minute period of injury time they secured an unlikely win 30 minutes earlier. Substitute Kieran Aherne hit 1-1, further points from Martin Stac k with the killer blow coming in the 4th minute of injury from the Man of the Match. Injury time was justified as there were a few stoppages. Teams and scorers; Asdee; James Kelly, Brian Coughlan, Martin Collins, Con Carmody, Jack Keane, John Doran, Conor Keane, 1pt, Kieran Kelly, Darragh Keane, 1-3, Paul O Carroll, 2pts, Sean Keane, Darren Russell, Mike Breen, Cyril Dineen, 2-2, Eoin Kennedy, 2pts.Sub; Shay Doran for Brian Coughlan, inj. Moyvane; Brendan Fitzmaurice, Michael Woods, John Finucanel, Eamon Mulvihill, Michael Ambrose,Gerard Mulvihill, D J Keane, Shane Stack, Eoin Stack, Liam Greaney, Jerry Clancy, Shay Leahy, Donal Stack, Martin Stack, 3-7, Gavin Kennelly, 1gl. Subs; Kieran Aherne, 1-1 for Jerry Clancy, Shane Carmody for D J Keane, Shane Quinn for John Finucane, Con Mulvihill for Liam Greaney.

Rathmore 1-9 Knocknagoshel 2-14.
The first half was an evenly contested half with score for score by both sides, Dean Fitzgerald and Eoin Lawlor putting Rathmore on the scoreboard and Niall Barrett and Edmund Walsh(2) from frees, the second a well taken free off the ground just outside the 45 yard line. The turning point in this half was a Knocknagoshel penalty which was scored by Edmund Walsh low and hard to the right of Rathmore Keeper Kenneth Keeffe. Rathmore’s Padraig Mahony tapped over a point to leave the halftime scoreline Rathmore 0-04 to Knocknagoshel 1-08.
The second half started with two excellent saves from the Rathmore goalie Kenneth Keeffe one resulting in a 45 which was put over by Edmund Walsh. The remainder of the second half turned out to be a very even affair with Knocknagoshel scoring 1-06 to Rathmore’s 1-05, Rathmore’s goal coming from the penalty spot compliments of Dean Fitzgerald. The game finished on a final score of Rathmore 1-09 to Knocknagoshel 2-14.

Minor Football League Div 3A
(Round 2), Churchill 2-15 Glenbeigh/Glencar Cromane 1-6

North Kerry Ladies Billy Kissane Meats

Under 12

Division 4 :

Dingle 5-12 v Finuge/st Senans 4-08

Annascaul 5-11 v Moyvane 5-07