LOTTO: The GAA club lotto draw held in McCarthys Tuesday 11th had a jackpot prize of E7500. Numbers drawn were 7, 12, 27 and 28, no winners. E50 each to Theresa Moriarty, Minard, Lispole; Frank O'Connor, Upper Main St., James Curran, Main St., and Caoimhe Ni Ciobhain, Carraig, Baile na nGall.
Dingle suffered its first defeat in the current county SF league. They were beaten 1-10 to 1-9 by their bogey team, Milltown/Castlemaine, in Milltown in the penultimate round Saturday evening. The visitors were short no fewer than six regulars through injury. Also, lost corner back Gavin Curran injured midway through the first half. Dingle led 0-5 to 0-2 at the break. Exchanges were fairly even in the second half, little seperated the sides. A Paul Geaney goal eighteen minutes into the half seemed to have turned the game in Dingle's favour. They led 1-6 to 0-5. The home team fought back. A goal five minutes from time turned the game in favour of Milltown. Dingle's efforts in the closing minutes failed to salvage a point. Dingle scorers were Paul Geaney 1-3, David Geaney 0-4, Patrick Devane and Mikie Geaney 0-1 each. Dingle is away to Ardfert in the last round in October. In the meantime they take on Feale Rangers in the quarter final of the county championship under lights in Tralee Saturday week, 29th at 7 p.m.
COISTE NA NOG
This Friday Dingle hosts An Ghaeltacht in West Kerry U13 league at 6 p.m.
TOMMY GRIFFIN TOURNAMENT
A Cork selection won the Tommy Griffin over 35 invitational tournaments held last weekend. They defeated St. Brendan's, Killarney in the final. A Tralee selection won the shield beating West Kerry.
Dingle improved by four points from 262 to 266 in the Tidy Town's competition.
HOSPICE COFFEE MORNING
This Thursday 20th from 11 a.m. in the following venues: Lantern Guesthouse, Main St; Alpine Guesthouse, Mail Road; O'Sullivans, Garrynadur, Lispole and An Museum, Baile an Fheirtearaigh.