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KDL Round-up: Dingle Bay win through on penalties over Mastergeeha

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Action continued in the Greyhound Bar KO Cup last weekend Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

Action continued in the Greyhound Bar KO Cup last weekend Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

Action continued in the Greyhound Bar KO Cup last weekend Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

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GREYHOUND BAR KO CUP

Mastergeeha 4

Dingle Bay Rovers 4

Dingle Bay Rovers won 4-2 on pens

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This was a repeat of the Division 1B final and this game was just as dramatic with the side’s 3-3 after 90 minutes with Mastergeeha’s equalising in the final minute of normal time.

Mastergeeha went ahead in extra time but Dingle finished strongly and equalised in the second period of extra time and with the sides still deadlocked it progressed to a penalty shoot-out.

Dingle Bay Rovers stayed calm and collected in the lottery coming out on top 4-2.

Gearoid Kerins scored a hat-trick for Mastergeeha, while Oscar O’Connor completed the scoring for the Kilcummin side.

Cian Wright, Shane Houlihan, Joe Saunders and Franz Patrick Sauerland scored for Dingle Bay Rovers.

Castlegregory Celtic 0

Killorglin 2

Killorglin progressed to the second round of the Greyhound Bar Cup with a good win over Castlegregory. Tom Whittleton and Peter Crowley scored for the Launesiders

TOMMY HEALY MEMORIAL CUP

Lisard Wanderers 0

Killorglin B 5

Killorglin were far too strong for Lisard Wanders and won the game in a canter.

WOMEN’S LEAGUE CUP QUARTER-FINAL

Listowel Celtic 7

Moyross (Limerick) 0

Listowel Celtic advanced to the semi – final of the Womens League Cup after a very impressive win over Limerick side Moyross. They were 2-0 ahead at half-time and they turned on the style in the second half bagging five goals to win the game in convincing fashion.

Aoife Horgan and Melanie Higgins scored twice, while Sophie O’Connor, Caragh Kelly and Charlotte Lynch completed the scoring for the Fealesiders.


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