Combination side too good for Ballydonoghue

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By Jack Hennessy

UNDER 21s  Asdee/Bally/Beale  1-14  Ballydonoghue 2-4. Played in very difficult weather conditions the combination side proved too much for a spirited Ballydonoghue side in a rather dull encounter at Stack Park, Ballybunion and so have now qualified for the North Kerry Under 21 Championship semi final. Playing against a gale force wind in the opening half the combo side were finding it difficult to keep in touch and goals coming from Tommy Kennelly and Damian O Carroll saw Ballydonoghue well ahead coming up to the break. Padraig Lyons added a point before the combo side get in for a goal of the soft variety after a mix up in the Ballydonoghue defensive unit and in like a flash was Jermiah Tydings who hammered the ball into the net to leave the half time score; Ballydonoghue 2-2 Asdee/Bally/Beale 1-2. On the changeover the combo side now playing with the elements got quickly into their stride scoring some excellent points and especially Jermiah Tydings who was on target with 1-6 along with Andy O Connell who was moved upfield after the interval both really showing their talents. Ballydonoghue were kept to just 2pts after the break while the combo side added 12pts to run out the easiest of victors. Asdee/Bally/Beale; Joe Downey, Beale, Andy O Connell, Beale,  Eamon McElligott, Asdee/Bally, Philly Blake, Beale,  Con Carmody, 1pt,Asdee/Bally, Cormac Walsh, 1pt, Beale, Kieran Kelly, Asdee/Bally, Padraig Murphy, Beale, David Culhane, 2pts, Asdee/Bally, Daniel Ellis, Beale, Jermiah Tydings, 1-6, Asdee/Bally, Shane Hanrahan, 2pts, Beale, Ian Mannix, 1pt, Beale, Martin Collins, Asdee/Bally, Eoin Tydings, Asdee/Bally.

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