Latest News 07/04/2019

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STARS IN THEIR EYES.

As with many clubs in rural Ireland, St. Marys, Asdee are doing their best to keep the club and the local community spirit alive. So it is hoped through the following event the club can hope to achieve that; and progress the plans to further enchance the facilities at Jack Walsh Park.

So the Club will be hosting the third and final “Stars In Their  Eyes” in the Asdee Community Centre on Sunday May 5th with the show kicking off at 8pm.After another massively popular night last year , it is back by popular demand promising to be a night of fun filled entertaintment.

As with the previous years, acts from around North Kerry will go head to head to win either the judges prize or the popular vote. The club is seeking sponsorship from people and businesses in the area with whome we our members have dealt or continue to do business with.

To acquire your advertising space in the programme the Club are looking for E25, for a quarter page, E50 for a half a page and E100 for a full page sponsorship. The club  would greatly appreciate your contribution to help in making this a successful venture.

The wording and layout of your add can be e mailed to asdeegaaweb@gmail.com. (If you need to change from last years add)   

GOLDEN GOAL  Week 8 winners in our Fundraisers”Golden Goal”  were;  Conor Coughlan, Cork and Raymond Keane, Glounawillian, Asdee who will each receive E40 to be given out each week to the winning number that corresponds with the first goal scored.

This is in conjunction with upcoming Fixtures in both National Football and Hurling Leagues and Championship; (Televised games). Tickets are now available and will be on sale each week for the duration of both National League and Championship from Club members and at the usual outlets; “Jack Jays” Bar and John Pius at E2 each.

UNDER 16s

ABBC  4-14   St. Senans  4-5. Played at O Rahilly Park, Ballylongford on Monday evening lastAsdee/Ballylongford//Ballydonoghue/Clounmacon took on St. Senans in the first round of the North Kerry Under 16 League Division 1.

The combination team got off to a flyer and with B. Keane in magnificent scoring form finishing the game with a personel tally of 2-11 they held a comfortable lead at the break by 4-8 to 0-5. C.O Donoghue struck for the two remaining goals. On the changeover it looked like the home team would cruise to victory but the visitors had other ideas and proceeded to take the game to their opponents and hit the net on no less than four occasions.

However the home team overall played some lovely football; weathered the storm and a further eight points secured an impressive win.

Team and scorers; J O’Sullivan, P Foley, J Canty, D Scanlon, L Bambry, E Kelly, T Moluneux, J Sheehy, P O’Neill, C Donoghue, 2-1, A Finucane, V Doherty, L Connolly, B Keane, 2-11, C Kennelly. Subs: N O’Connor, J Keane, 0-2,  M Hannon, D Breen.

The next game for Asdee/Bally/Ballydonoghue/Clounmacon will be an away game to Listowel Emmetts.

FIXTURES. Kerry Petroleum Junior Club Championship Asdee are in Group 2 along with Beale, Moyvane and Reenard.  Next up will be a date with our near neighbours Beale or Reenard on the weekend of April 13t/14th.  

McCarthys Insurance Brokers Senior Football League Division 2; Semi Final; Asdee v Duagh. Sunday May 19th. Venue and time to be confirmed. Next County League Division 5 fixture will be a home game against Rathmore on Sat/Sun. May 11/12th.

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