Latest News 01/07/2017

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ASDEE G AA  Valentia v Asdee.  Credit Union County Senior Football League Division 5, Round 12 due to be played on Saturday June 24th at Valentia did not go ahead. Asdee G A A looked for a postponement to this tie but due to a mix up in communications between both parties; Asdee thinking that they had given a w/o was well wide of the mark as Valentia have now informed the Club that they were never going to take the league points on offer and have agreed to refix the game in the first or second week in September. On behalf of the club we apologise to the Valentia Young Islanders for any inconvenience caused and hope our relations with the South Kerry Club will continue as always.

 

COUNTY LEAGUE. Asdee had a bye last weekend in the Credit Union County Football League Division 5 and will resume on this Saturday July15th at 7 30 pm; Round 8 with an away game to Knocknagoshel.

 

North Kerry U14 League Ballydonoghue 1 – 09 Asdee / Ballylongford 1 – 12 Asdee / Ballylongford followed on up last week’s success against Tarbert with yet another one score margin victory against Ballydonoghue. In contrast to the glorious sunshine of the previousMonday, this game was played in constant rain leading to tricky underfoot conditions at Coolard. There was never more than a score between the teams throughout the whole game. Ballydonoghue got off to a powerful start kicking three unanswered points. It took Asdee / Bally 10 minutes to get going before they responded with 1-1 to take the lead, Brendan Keane kicking our opening point and Oisin Healy scoring a wonderful goal. The teams traded points for the remainder of the half as Brendan Keane added a further three points along with a Liam Connolly effort to leave 2 points between the sides at half time. Half time: Ballydonoghue 0 – 6 Asdee / Bally 1 – 05 Again Ballydonoghue started the half stronger and quickly turned a two point deficit into a two point lead scoring 1-1 on the resumption.

With a greasy ball and driving rain at this stage of the game, scores were never going to be easily got. Our defence were on top for the remainder of the game with captain for the night Oran O’Neill and Mikey Hannon clearing any danger which came into the full back line. Adam Finucane was now dominant at centre back flanked excellently by youngsters Jack Hannon and Patrick Mulvihill. Asdee / Bally outscored Ballydonoghue by seven points to two for the remainder of the game with Christopher O’Donoghue, Brendan Keane and Liam Connolly kicking two each along with the closing point by Oisin Healy. This was an all-round team performance from Niall O’ Connors’ safe hands in goals to the endless work around the middle from Paddy O’Neill and Ethan McDonald to the movement of Sean O’Connor in corner forward.

Full time: Ballydonoghue 1 – 09 Asdee / Bally 1 – 12 Referee: Tom O’ Sullivan Team: Niall O’Connor Michael Hannon Oran O’Neill Patrick Mulvihill Christopher O’Donoghue (0-2) Jack Hannon Paddy O’Neill Adam Finucane Ethan McDonald Brendan Keane (0-6) Oisin Healy (1-1) Liam Connolly (0-3) Sean O’Connor Unavailable: Bobby McCarron, Paraic Fogarty, Michael Tracey & Cillian Kennelly.

UNDER 16s. Cordal/Scart  4-11  Asdee/Bally 7-8. Asdee/Bally Under 16 travelled to Cordal on Monday evening last and came away with a very impressive victory over the local Cordal/Scartaglin team in Division 7 of the County Football League, Round 2.

FUNDRAISER. U2/COLDPLAY TICKETS.

Tickets have been on sale for the past number of weeks for our Fundraising Draw for two concerts which will be held in Croke Park and will be coming up shortly and on Friday night last at “Jack Jays” Bar in Asdee the club raffled off two tickets for each concert. All the proceeds from the draw will be going towards the development of our facilities at Jack Walsh Park.; and the winners of the two Premium Level tickets for the U2  Concert onSaturday July 22nd was Carol Hurley, Tralee. Two Hogan Stand to Coldplay on Saturday July 8th winner was Kieran Walsh, Moyvane.

On behalf of the Club we would like to thank everybody who subscribed to our Fundraiser which was once again a success thanks to your generosity. .

GOLDEN GOAL Week 23 winner of the Golden Goal was Mary O Donoghue, Asdee East,   which is in conjunction with upcoming Fixtures in both National Football and Hurling League and Championship. (Televised games)

Tickets are available and will be on sale each week for the duration of the National League and Championship from Club members and at the usual outlets; “Jack Jays” Bar, Post Office and John Pius at E2 each with E40 to be given out each week to the winning number which corresponds with the first goal scored.

MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP.  Shannon Rangers 2-8 Kerins O Rahillys 1-15. Played at Shannon Park, Tarbert on Thursday evening last Shannon Rangers were defeated by Kerins O Rahillys in the Preliminary round of the Keanes Super Value Minor County Championship. Players from the local Bally/Asdee were involved.Shannon Rangers will now take part in the loosers round.

FIXTURE. Credit Union County Football League, Division  5. home to Kilgarvan on this Saturday July 8th 7 30pm in Round 6.  Away to Knocknagoshel on Saturday 15th, July,7 30pm, Round 8.  Remaining County League games; home to  Churchill and Cordal; away to  Tuosist and Valentia.  McCarthys Insurance Brokers Senior Football League, Division 2; three way play-0ff. Asdee received a bye while Knocknagoshel were due to play Ballyduff on Thursday June 29th last. If its Asdee v Knocknagoshel, Thursday July 6th, 7 30pm and if its Asdee v Ballyduff it will go ahead on Thursday July 13th, 7 30pm. All venues to be confirmed by the CCC of the North Kerry Football Board.. Minor North Kerry League Division 2 “B” . 7 30pm. Thursday July 6th. At Ballyduff; Ballyduff/Duagh v Asdee/Bally.

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