LOTTO: Our Lotto jackpot is still up for grabs, and is now €3500. The numbers drawn were 1, 9, 27 and 28. Congratulations to our €40 winners, Donie Casey, Kieran Ashe, John and Michael Courtney and Michael Courtney. Lotto tickets can be purchased from shops and pubs throughout the Parish, and now also online from www.clubforce.com or through the clubforce app. Thanks to everyone who supports our Lotto each week.
SENIORS: Hard Luck to our Seniors who were defeated by Laune Rangers, 2-16 to 2-5 last Saturday evening. The next round is scheduled for 4/5 June, away to Kilcummin.
U13s – Well done to defeated Dingle on Sunday evening. They are away to St Pats Blennerville Sunday 29th.
U15s – The Annascaul/Lisople will meet Castlegregory Wednesday 25th in Lispole.
MINORS – The Annascaul/Lispole/Dingle Minors are home to Skellig Rangers on Monday 23rd.
B’s: Well done to our Bs who defeated Lispole last week in the Development League. Saturday 28th at 7pm, they host Skellig Rangers.
FUNDRAISING: Our fundraising campaign to fund our Clubhouse upgrade is now underway. Funds are being raised to help fund the extension and upgrade of our current dressing rooms. The project is vital for the future of our club and will provide fit for purpose facilities that players and supporters can be proud of. We are seeking contributions of €360 per family or €30 per month for 12 months. This will include Family membership for one year, entry into Annascaul GAA Lotto for one year and entry into home County League games. All funds raised will be ringfenced, and go toward the project. We realise this is a lot to ask, but we hope families will consider the Family Membership, and other membership options will also be available.
CLUBGEAR: New items have been added to the online shop at www.oneills.com.
WIN A HOUSE IN KILLARNEY: Kerry GAA are currently running an online fundraising event where the main prize is a new house in Killarney. Tickets can be purchased on the Kerry GAA Website for €100 each. Ticket holders will also be entered into bonus prize draws, the earlier you buy your ticket, the more chances you have of winning. Also, don’t forget to nominate our club when purchasing a ticket online, to give our club chances of winning cash prizes. # YourkeytotheKingdom
Volunteers: We are seeking volunteers to help run our club and bring new ideas for the future. If interested in getting involved, please contact any committee member to see how you can help, or contact us via social media. We would greatly appreciate this. Many hands make light work. We are asking members to volunteer 1 hour per week to help our club in the following areas: underage coaching, providing refreshments after Senior home games, fundraising eg selling lotto tickets at Senior home games, selling raffle tickets at quiz nights etc; joining working groups regarding club development plans.
Lotto Draw results: The numbers drawn for Friday 20th May 2022, were as follows, 3, 10, 16, 28. The Jackpot was €5,300 and there was no jackpot winner. The following won €30 lucky dips: Elaine & Amanda O’Connor- Online. Micheál Mason - Online.Lisa Leahy - Inchamore. Marie Murphy Kissane. Béibhinn & Croia O’ Carroll - Kilflynn. The following won three free tickets: Kerry Brassil - Online. Tom & Kay Fitzgerald - Ballydonoghue. Mairead Sheehy- The New You.
Next Jackpot will be €5,400 and it will take place Friday 27th May 2022 in the Clubhouse.
Fixtures: North Kerry Minor league game on Thursday evening 26th May Knock/Brosna v Northern Gaels (Asdee, Ballydonoghue, Ballylongford, Clounmacon). Monday May 30th Northern Gaels (Asdee, Ballydonoghue, Ballylongford, Clounmacon) v Tarbert.
Results: Northern Gaels (Asdee, Ballylongford, Ballydonoghue, Clounmacon) Under13 Phase Two of the county league with a 5-15 to 3-05 win over Kerins O’Rahillys in Asdee. Minor League Division 2:Northern Gaels (Asdee, Ballydonoghue, Ballylongford, Clounmacon) 6-07 v St. Senans 1-07.County league Division 3 Round 7:Ballydonoghue were away to Firies. The final score was Ballydonoghue 0-13 to Firies 2-18.The team lined out as follows;Darragh O’ Shea, Liam Guiney, Jack Gogarty, Brendán O’ Neill, Tommy Kennelly,(Diarmuid Behan), Micheál Foley, (Billy Foley), Danny Power,(Declan Behan) Jack Behan(0-4) Gearóid Kissane(Colin O’ Mahoney) Mikey Nolan(0-1), Darragh Sheehy, Padraig Lyons(Jack Sheehy), Jack Foley, Captain(0-1) Jack Kennelly (0-4), Paul Kennelly (0-3), Jamie Keane, Padraig O’Connor, John O’ Mahony, Billy Foley, Darren Gogarty, Fergal Keohane.
Membership: Club Membership now available for 2022. Please contact Club Officers to make a payment for the coming year.Win a house in Killarney:Win a house in Killarney tickets available from Club Officers @ €100 each. Every club has to sell twenty tickets and there are only a few left.
LADY’S WALK HURLING: Lady’s Walk v Causeway: Last Wednesday night “the walkers” took on near neighbours Causeway in a game that was doubled up as the last round of the County league and semi-final of the North Kerry League. Due to a very strong wind it was a game of two halves. “The walkers” who played with the aid of breeze made a good start and led at half time. They produced a great team performance in the second half defending well and ran out winners on a score of 3-11 to 2-10. They now face St. Brendans in the semi-final of the County League in Ballyduff this Wednesday evening May 25th.
Kerry Hurling: Pride of the place this week has to go to the Kerry hurlers wonderful victory in Belfast on Saturday last where they defeated hot favourites Antrim to qualify for the Joe McDonagh Cup final when they meet the same opposition in Croke Park on Saturday June 4th. Ballyduff’s representatives were Podge Boyle, who contributed 15 points, Eoin Ross, who chipped in with four points and Mikey Boyle, mopping up everything at the back while Daniel O’Carroll was among the substitutes. Hearty congratulations to everyone concerned and best of luck in the final.
Senior Football: Our footballers made the journey to Kilgarvan on Sunday last a successful one when they came away with a five point victory. In a very cagey first half Ballyduff led at halftime by 0 3 to 0 2. Ballyduff attacked straight from the second half throw in and added a couple of points and an Adam Segal goal put them in control. A penalty from Kevin Junior O’Connor put the visitors in the driving seat and they remained in control to the end. Ballyduff have a free weekend and are at home to Waterville on the June weekend. Senior Hurling: Our Senior hurlers had a back game against Ballyheigue on Friday evening last. Both teams were short some players and took the opportunity to try out young players and served up an entertaining game with Ballyduff emerging victorious by four points 2 11 to 0 13.
GAA Lotto: Ballyheigue GAA lotto draw was held at the GAA Clubroom last Tuesday the 17th of May. The winning numbers were 12, 13, 19, 22 . There was no winner of the jackpot. The winning tickets for the €25 prize drawn were Joanna Barrett and Joseph Leen. The third ticket out was for Pat Harrington and will be entered into the special Summer bonus draw. The jackpot will be € 4,450 next week. Ballyheigue GAA lotto is now available online on PLAY.CLUBFORCE.COM. The online system will give the subscriber a number of play options. Thank you for your support.
Split the bucket: The next Split the bucket draw takes place on Tuesday the 24th May . Tickets are available at local business places in the Village.
Hurling Results: County Senior Hurling League Division 2, Ballyheigue B received a walkover from Crotta O’Neills B team on Wednesday the 18th of May. This was the final round of the competition and Ballyheigue qualify for the semi final.
County Senior Hurling League Division 1, Ballyheigue played Ballyduff at Ballyduff on Friday the 20th of May in the County Senior Hurling League Division 1. Ballyheigue lost out on the score Ballyduff 2.10 Ballyheigue 0.12. Ballyheigue team was C Slattery M Walsh J Casey D Stack G Slattery M O’Halloran J O’Halloran D Walsh D Kearney P Lucid T Casey T Gaynor D Mahony B O’Riordan A Lawlor. Subs R Duggan D Casey B Walsh W Mosk P Stack.
Glenderry School: Well done to the Glenderry Primary School hurling team who had a great win last week over Kilflynn Primary School at John Joe O’Sullivan Park ion the Cumann na mBun Scoil competition.
Fixture: Ballyheigue Senior Hurling team play Tralee Parnells at Casherslee next Friday evening at 8.15pm in the final game of the County Senior Hurling League division 1.
Under 5, 7 and 9 Hurling training continues every Saturday from 10 am to 11 am at John Joe O’Sullivan Park. This training will continue each Saturday for the rest of the year. All are welcome.
Joe McDonagh Cup: Congratulations to the Kerry hurling team and Management on a great win over Antrim last Saturday at Corrigan Park, Belfast. The team have qualified for the Joe McDonagh Cup final at Croke Park on Saturday the 4th of June. This was a great turn around after the disappointment after the Offaly game. This will be the third year that Kerry have qualified for the final. We wish the team and Management the very best in the final, especially Ballyheigue players Michael Leane and Colin Walsh and Selector Brendan O’Sullivan. We hope they get the support they deserve.
Senior: Ballymac GAA v Dr Crokes GAA. On Saturday, in dry and at times blustery conditions our Senior Men’s team faced Dr Crokes in Rd. 7 of the Div. 1 County league in Ballymac. Final score Ballymac 1-11 Dr Crokes 5-16.
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Under 15: In the fine facilities of Milltown GAA, our U-15 Gold team competed in the Div 10 County League final against Kilcummin. Both teams served up an exciting and quality game of football with the final score Ballymac 3-08 Kilcummin 2-09
Ballymac Captain, Maurice Harrington accepted the trophy on behalf of our victorious boys. Team as follows John Leen, Jamie Tarrant, Darragh McMahon, Fionn Enright, Tommy Walsh, Sam Slattery, Maurice Harrington (c), Gearoid Healy, Padraig Reidy, Shane Brosnan, Michael Quirke, Sean Martin, Conal Savage, Luke Griffin, Con Sheehan. Subs; Ray Horgan, Jack Collins, Jackson Brosnan, Liam Rahilly, Conor McCarthy, Conor Lynch, Ryan Burke.
Ballymacelligott U13B team travelled to a windswept Listowel Emmets and came away with a fine 5-12 to 0-04 win.
Jamie Lee O’Connor Under 14 Kerry ladies Kerry v Cork
This was the third time that the teams met this season, A last gasp goal winning the game for Kerry after extra time, 5-12 to 5-10. Congratulations to all the Kerry U14 Ladies and Management team, but especially to our own Jamie Lee O’Connor who as captain lifted the cup on behalf of Kerry. We would like to congratulate the O’Connor family and all our coaches from Academy through to this year’s U14 who have worked with Jamie.
Table Quiz: Don’t forget start gathering your team!
Senior Ladies presents their inaugural Pub Quiz
It will get underway on Friday the 27th of May at 8pm. It will take place in O Riadas Bar Ballymacelligott.
€50 per table, maximum 5 people per table. All support will be greatly appreciated!
Minor Ladies: Ballymacelligott v Inbhear Sceine Gaels. Our Ladies Minor side defeated ISG BY 4-14 to 3-6 and qualify for the County Semi Final.
Squad was as follows Kerry Hennessy, Anna Collins, Rachel Griffin, Ciara Kerins Emma Daly, Shonagh Griffin, Keelin Enright (0-1), Kate Collins (0-2), Ella Quirke (0-3), Rachel Creedon (2-3), Jill Quirke (1-3), Laura Sugrue (1-2) Orla O’Connor, Aoibhinn Broderick (0-1), Ciara Palmer, Roisin Rahilly.
County Semi Final is Fixed for July 1st
Under 16: Over the last two Tuesdays we have played out the last of our two County League fixtures for 2022. In the first game we were unlucky to lose to Austin Stacks and went down to Southern Gales in the second. Squad was as follows, Aoibhinn Broderick, Deborah O’Connor, Kate Collins, Alice Brosnan, Laura Kelly, Rose Brosnan, Sarah O’Rourke, Anna Collins, Emma Daly, Rachel Griffin, Jill Quirke, Katie Landers, Rachel Creedon, Molly O’Connor, Orla O’Connor, Laura Sugrue and Michelle O’Connor.
What a treat for our U5 Academy players to meet Jamie Lee O’Connor this morning. Thanks to Jamie Lee for letting the kids feel like All Ireland champions too by giving them all a chance to hold her lovely trophy.
Ballymac Health and Wellbeing
Work got underway on Monday 16th May as our Community Walkway began. The initial work is done but we still have fencing etc to do before project is complete. We ask people to refrain from using it at present in order for it to settle. If you or anyone you know would like to contribute to this community project please don’t hesitate in calling Oonagh on 087-7532949.
We are delighted to announce that GAA FOR ALL Little Stars will return on Thursday 2nd June at 6.30pm at the Training field. If you have a child with additional needs aged 5-12years that would like to take part just text 087-7532949 to book your place.
Our Swap and Drop initiative (promoting the recycling of children’s club gear) continues next Sunday in the Clubrooms at 11am. We will be there to receive and distribute used Club Gear. A small donation is appreciated.
Mothers and Others continues every Tuesday at 6.15pm in the Main pitch. New members always welcome!
We have a Healthy Team meeting this Tuesday 24th May at 7.30pm in the Clubrooms. If you have any ideas on how to promote health and Wellbeing within our Community please drop by!
Thanks, The H.C.T
SENIORS: Round 7 of the county league saw Ballylongford visit James O’Sullivan Park. A tricky cross field breeze for both sides had an impact on shot selection. Jason Wallace’s opening goal settled the team into a rhythm which was quickly followed by a Keltyn Molloy goal. Keltyn struck again for a third goal and by halftime the lads were firmly on their way with the score at 3-06 to 0-02. Ballylongford hit a purple patch in the first 10 minutes of the second half landing four points on the bounce. However, once our boys got moving again there was only going to be one result. Two fine points from Maurice Corridan, more points from the in-form Keltyn Molloy and Colin Sheehy saw the result stand 3-13 to 0-07 at the long whistle. This result has the lads mid table with an away trip to Moyvane coming up the bank holiday weekend.
U15: The team are preparing behind the scenes for the upcoming regional Féile competitions which are set for Mallow on Saturday 4th of June. Our boys will be representing Kerry and playing teams from Cork, Clare and Limerick. The very best to our lads and all support is most welcome on the day.
U13: Our U13s resumed county league action on Sunday evening and picked up where they left off by gaining a strong away win over Ballyduff. Final score 5-17 to 2-02. Well done to team and management - this team have been on fire all year!
U11: A challenge game with Moyvane last week saw both teams playing out two very good games with Moyvane. Well done to everyone! Phase two of the county Go Games looks like starting up next week - details to follow soon as available.
U9: Next up is a set of games against Beale this week. These U9s have been busy training every Wednesday and are ready for more action!
U7: The mighty U7s were in action last Saturday morning when they played host to Tarbert. Two teams lined out and lots of fun was had by everyone. Training continues every Wednesday evening.
BEST OF LUCK to Jamie Breen who is taking part in the half time primary schools’ game at the Munster Final this Saturday. Well done to Jamie on his selection and enjoy the experience!
Scór na bPáistí - The North Kerry finals go ahead Friday June 10th - time and venue TBC. All clubs must have their entries in by Monday 30th of May - please contact Verona MacKessy if you want to take part!
CÚL CAMP; Booking is open for the Finuge Cúl Camp. This is open to anybody within the club or outside and a great week’s fun is always guaranteed!
COMMUNITY GAMES; Lixnaw Community Games go ahead Friday the 27th of May, in Lixnaw. The deadline for registering is 6pm on Wednesday 25th of May - so don’t delay!
CLUB FUNDRAISER: Important notice - Finuge GAA have decided to extend the draw date for the car raffle fundraiser. The new draw date is the 1st of October. Have you bought your tickets yet? The main aim of our fundraiser is to provide facilities into the future for our young boys and girls. You can enter our fantastic fundraiser car raffle for a Volkswagon Tiguan R-Line worth over €50,000. Tickets are available at local outlets such as McCarthys Bar in Finuge, Foleys Shop, Stacks Shop, The Filling Station, Railway Bar, Dew Drop Bar, The Post Office, JJ Walsh’s Butchers and Woodview Vets - all in Lixnaw. Also, Brosnans Bar and Larry Buckley Butchers in Listowel, Powers Shop in Abbeydorney, O’Connells Agri Store Irremore or on our website www.finugegaa.com
A big thank you to everyone who has helped so far with the club fundraiser - we are always looking for anyone that can give a couple of hours or can help in the background!
KERRY TEAMS: Best of luck to the Kerry Senior footballers who play Limerick in the Munster Final this Saturday May 28th in Killarney. Well done to the Kerry Hurlers who are now into the Joe McDonagh Final against Antrim after their dramatic win last weekend! Well done to all our different players who are on various Kerry development squads at the moment. Threre is a lot of activity in the different squads in both football and hurling and we are very proud of our players who are working away diligently representing Finuge!
HAPPY BRITHDAY: Our senior player Darragh MacKessy recently celebrated a milestone 21st birthday! Happy Birthday Darragh!!
NATIONAL SCHOOLS action is going strong these days. Well done to all our club members across the various schools of Killocrim, Lixnaw and Dromclough who have all done very well. Activities include football, hurling, football skills and athletics.
Split the Bucket: The winner of our split the bucket draw this eve was Joan Spillane with a jackpot of €142. The envelope was drawn by Eimear Lilly O’Sullivan. The next draw will be held on Friday June 3rd. Thank you for your continued support of our juvenile club.
Our U9’s were on the road this morning, over the border to County Limerick to take on Templeglantine GAA. This game was organised by the Kerry GAA games development to give Kerry sides an opportunity to play clubs outside the county. We had a great turnout and it was run in a 6-a-side format, with 3 teams. This meant plenty of game time and action for all the players, with some super hurling on display.Thanks to Templeglantine for hosting us and we look forward to the return leg in Kilmoyley later this summer. Also special thanks to all the parents for bringing the players along.
Our U7’s had their next round of the Go Games series. Kilmoyley played host to Lixnaw and there was some great hurling on display. All those Sunday morning training sessions are paying off. Well done to everyone.Kerry juvenilesOur juvenile club were strongly represented on Kerry teams last weekend. The Kerry u14 academy squad won their game in Clare. The panel included Mikey Corridon, Colm O’ Sullivan & Joe Lovett.
Kerry’s U16s were unlucky to lose to Westmeath in Birr on a scoreline of 1-17 to 2-12. This team includes Tomás Godley & Darragh Corridon.The Kerry U15s played Kildare in Lixnaw on Sunday. Kilmoyley had four players in this panel - Dominick Regan, Jevon Carey, Jack Casey and Joseph Harty.Well done to all who donned the Kerry jersey.
Kilmoyley Intermediates County league result - Kilmoyley 1-09 Kenmare 2-08
Kerry hurlers: The Kerry senior hurlers produced one of their best performances in recent times when they defeated Antrim by 0-29 to 2-21 at Corrigan park on Saturday and thanks to Carlow’s victory over Offaly, qualified for the Joe McDonagh final on Saturday 4th May at Croke park where they will meet Antrim. Once again captain Paudie O’Connor was in inspirational form and sealed Kerry’s win with a massive point in the closing stages to seal the win, while Maurice O’Connor also played his part when introduced as a sub.
Membership of the club will close on May 31st, anyone seeking to renew their membership including Emmets Ladies club should do so as soon as possible by logging in to www.listowelemmetsgaa.com
Sympathy: As the news trickled through this morning that our great friend and supporter Eamonn O’Carroll passed away a heavy cloud once again descended on William Street, which unfortunately has seen too many of our beloved town characters pass away in the last number of months.
Eamonn was one of our clubs great supporters, always wanting to know how things were going and would often call from Lanzarote to make sure all was well. He loved his greyhounds, horse racing and football. Eamonn served as selector over many teams his greatest years were when he was selector with his close friend Tim Kennelly which saw the senior team win both Junior and Intermediate titles in the early noughties and compete in the Senior Football Championship.
Our town and club has lost one of its brightest lights, a man always willing to encourage and give a bit of friendly advice. When you got the nod from the end of the bar you knew you better go down as something wasn’t sitting well with him. He was a melted rogue but above all was just a gentleman always great fun and will remain sadly missed by all in who had the pleasure of knowing him, may the sod rest lightly on our dear friend.
The club extends its deepest sympathies to Lisa, Mairead, Marie, Liv and Jamie and all extended family and many friends.
Listowel Emmets would also like to extend its sympathies to the family of the late Maurice King Ballybunion who was a North Kerry Board delegate for many years. May he rest in peace.
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ABC Club continues Friday evenings 5.30 - 6.30pm in Frank Sheehy for all Primary School going ages up to Under 6.
Saturday Morning Club continues each Saturday from 10am to 11am in Frank Sheehy Park for Boys and Girls U7 to U9
Results and Fixtures
County Senior League Div 2 - Round 6 Castleisland Desmonds 2-10 Emmets 0-05
U13 Co League Phase 2 - Div 5 Emmets A 5-10 St.Senan’s 2-06
Credit Union County Developmental League - Div 2 - Round 4 John Mitchels B V Emmets B, Friday 27th May at 7.30pm in John Mitchels
U13 Co League - Round 2 Phase 2 Ballyduff v Emmets A Sunday 29th May at 6pm
Dr. Crokes B V Emmets B Sunday 29th May at 6pm
North Kerry Minor League - Back Game Ballyduff v Emmets, Monday 30th May at 7.30pm in Ballyduff
Results and Fixtures; The Under 7 panel travelled to Lerrig on Thursday evening and had a very competitive tussle with the local team. Good fun and a good time was had by all. Training will continue this week as usual for the Under 7 and under 9 panels.
The Under 11 panels had a busy week as the Green team played Abbeydorney away on Wednesday evening in their final Go Game on while on Saturday the Gold team played Rathmore and the Green team played Causeway.
The Under 13 team will play Tralee Parnells on this Tuesday evening at 7.15 in Hermitage Park while the Lixnaw Community games will play the Ardfert/Kilmoyley combination in Lerrig on this Monday evening at 6.30.
Well done to Pádraig O’Donoghue and Joseph McElligott who lined out with the Kerry Under 14 panel who played Clare on Saturday and to Micheal Nolan who played with the Kerry Under 16 team against Westmeath on Saturday.
Aidan O’Mahony and Ivan Conway acquitted themselves very well as the Kerry Under 15 Academy defeated Clare by 2-19 to 1-6 on Sunday in Lixnaw. Thanks to everyone who made sure Hermitage Park was looking very well and to Kay Conway who organised the catering.
Congratulations and well done to Martin Stackpoole, Conor O’Keeffe and Shane Conway as well as to the entire panel who had a most encouraging triumph against Antrim in Corrigan Park on Saturday thereby qualifying for the Joe McDonagh Cup final on Saturday June 4th. The panel will train in Lixnaw next Sunday morning at 11am and we wish them all the best in their preparations.
Willy Wonka Golden Ticket Draw; Six of the Golden tickets have been secured by various purchasers but one ticket has yet to be declared and all the bars have been sold. So there is someone who needs to come forward with the final ticket as the draw will be taking place on Thursday, June 2nd.
Split the Bucket; Congratulations to Stephen O’Mahony Snr. who won €138 in the draw on Friday evening.
Club Lotto: The numbers drawn were 8,18,19,23 but the jackpot was not won. Anne O’Brien, Irrebeg, Robert Silles, The Village and Seamus O’Connell, Liscullane won €20 each. Remember that you can purchase your tickets online on Clubforce. Thanks for your continued support of all fundraising initiatives.
Club lotto: There was no winner of the €3,600 Jackpot. Numbers drawn were 5,7,18 and 22 Lucky Dips: 1.Eamon Moran, Online 2.Katie O Connor, All Star Bar 3.Jap, Moyvane 4.Noreen O Connor, La Rive House, Kilmeany 5.Sinead Hanrahan, Online Tickets are available Online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page. All online entries to be registered by 6pm on the day of the draw. Entries after 6pm will be entered in the next draw.
Tickets also available at Enright’s Bar, Speedy’s Bar, Hanrahans Bar,Homevalue Hardware, Holly’s Gala, Stack’s Butchers, Corridan’s Garage, Newtownsandes Co-op, A New U and Curl Up and Dye. You can also contact any Committee Member.
Next Weeks Jackpot €3,800 and will be held in Speedys Bar Sunday the 29th of May at 8.00pm As always thank you for your continued support. #UpTheBoro
St Senan’s GAA lotto results Monday 16th May 2022Jackpot €4,100. No Jackpot winner, the numbers drawn were 07,13,20,27.Lucky dip winner’s €30 Aoife Daragh and Aodhan Behan, €30Aileen Somers Knockreagh, €20 Tom Mc Carthy Duagh, €20 Catherine Hickey Listowel, €20 Siobhan Behan Tralee. Tickets are available at Kelly’s Six Crosses, The Halfway Bar, Club Officers and online. Watch the draw live on Facebook.Y
our support is appreciated. Results County League Div 5 shield semi final St. Senans 3-16 Glenflesk 4-05
Minor North Kerry League Division 2 St Senans 1-08 Northern Gaels 6-08Senior Co League St Senans 2-10 Piarsaigh Na Dromoda 1-12Fixtures Under 9 Go games St Senans travel to Churchill Wednesday 25th May at 6:30pm.U 15 Co League Final St Senans V Na Gaeil Wednesday 25th May, venue and time to be confirmed.
Bereavement: The death has occured of Nora Lane (née Dillane), Benanasbig, Kilmorna, Sympathy to her sons Con and Patsy, daughters Margaret, Nancy, Theresa and Caroline, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, Patsy’s partner Noreen, sons-in-law, brother-in-law Tom, sister-in-law Sr. Consilio, nephews, nieces, extended family, neighbours and friends.
The death has occured of Mossie Long, Carrigcannon, Lyreacrompane. Sympathy to his wife Mary, daughters Christina and Eileen, grandson Sean, Sean’s dad Joe, his brothers Albert and Mike, sisters Mary, Kathleen and Noreen, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.