North Kerry SFC
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Round 1 Replay
THIS was an even game of football throughout the pitch, with Brosna forwards shading the verdict for their side.
It took until the sixth min for the first score, which came from a converted free by Brosna's Tom McGoldrick. Again it was Brosna on the attack when a high ball in was won by new kid on the block for Brosna, Patrick O'Keeffe, to side-step the full-back and the goalkeeper to rattle the Tarbert net in the ninth minute.
Tarbert's reply came in the 10th minute from wing-forward Ger O'Sullivan. In the 13th minute O'Keeffe split the posts. The scoring was swaying up and down the field with Tarbert's last score in the 17th minue. Bronsa finished the half by scoring 1-5 to 0-4.
In the second half it Tarbert notched up five points, but it was not to be as Brosna's full-forward Seamus McAuliffe rattled the net. The insurance point came from midfielder Eamon Kiely. Brosna now face the winners of Duagh or Ballyduff in the quarter-final.
Brosna: Conor Kiely, Shane Fitzmaurice, Micheal Murphy, Tom Fitzgerald, Daniel Fitzgerald, Flor McAuliffe, Peter Curtin, Eamonn Kiely, Shane Curtin, Timmy Finnegan, Mike Finnegan, Adam Barry, Patrick O'Keeffe, Seamus McAuliffe, Tom McGoldrick Subs: Ciaran Cahill for P Curtin
Tarbert: Tommy Barrett, Jason Wren, Ambrose Lanigan, Daniel O'Connor, Kieran Deenihan, Shane Enright, Ian Flavin, John O'Connell, Kevin Enright, Niall Stack, Danny Wren, Ger O'Sullivan, Patsy O'Connell, Donal Leahy, John Kelleher Subs: Patsy OConnell, Andrew Doherty for D Leahy, Eugene O'Connell for N Stack
Referee: Stephen Mulvihill (Ballylongford)
THE scores in this game didn't come easy.
There was just a point a piece by the 20 minute mark. Finuge finished the half with two more points added to the board. The only score from Beale before the whistle – a goal from Ger O'Gorman, but the scoreboard did not tell the true story. Beale were playing the better football. Their forwards, however, were wasting possession with wide after wide.
Last year's finalists were left with plenty to rue in the second half. They coughed up two easy goals to Finuge in the 12th and 15th minutes. After that the seasiders were always playing catch up.
There was hope when in the 51st minute Tom Hayes rattled the Finuge for a goal, but Finuge held out adding a late free. Finuge now await the semi-final draw.
Beale: Sean Dee, Phil Blake, Colm Kissane, Tom Hayes, Shane Joy, Paul Collins, Cormac Walsh, Jeremy King, Declan Bambury, Andy O'Connell, Ger O'Gorman, Brian Wall, Dan Ellis, James McMahon, Barry O'Mahoney (c) Subs: Tom Joy for O'Gorman, Jake O'Connell for O'Mahoney, Shane Hanrahan for Collins, Padraigh Murphy for Wall
Finuge: Cillian Fitzmaurice, Fergus Fitzmaurice, Chris Allen, Declan McCarthy, Paudie Galvin, Keefer Roche, Conor Fitzmaurice, John McCarthy, Maurice Corridan, Darren Sullivan, John Griffin, Raymond Galvin, Kevin Power, Enda Galvin, James Flaherty Subs: Gary Hogan for Galvin, Michael Stackpoole for Sullivan, Jack Corridan for E Galvin
Referee: Dermott Hughes (Listowel Emmets)
Team of the Weekend: Connor Kiely (Brosna); Philly Blake (Beale); Chris Allen (Finuge); Ambrosse Lanigan (Tarbert); John Griffin (Finuge); Flor McAuliffee (Brosna); Michael Stackpoole (Finuge); Eamonn Kiely (Brosna); Maurice Corridan (Finuge); Raymond Galvin (Finuge); Mike Finnegan (Brosna); Brain Wall (Beale); Patrick OKeeffe (Brosna); James McMahon (Beale); James Flaherty (Finuge)
U14 Division 2 Final
Ballylongford/Asdee 0-7 Moyvane/Tarbert 2-2
U16 Division 2 quarter-final
Finuge 2-9 Listowel Emmets 1-9
Sunday November 17
NK SFC Double Header
(Bob Stack Park Ballybunion)
Round 1 Replay
St Senans v Knocknagoshel 1pm E/T
Duagh v Ballyduff 2.30pm E/T