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Asdee 3-10   Moyvane  4-8

Up 5pts at the interval and a whopping 10 pts and in complete control  with just under 7mts remaining Moyvane staged a major recovery to snatch a 1pt victory thanks to a well taken goal by without doubt Man of the Match, full forward, Martin Stack who accounted for no less than 3-7 of his sides tally in a very competitive game played at Con Brosnan Park, Moyvane on Sunday last.

Yes it looked that the visitors would be celebrating at the last whistle but credit Moyvane who showed their true fighting and never say die spirit. Certainly the visitors will rue this result as they were in control for the bigger part of the game and but for a variety of ball handling errors and indiscpline which eventually led to their downfall  probably cost them at the end.

Moyvane playing into the Village goal and into a slight breeze were first off the mark with Martin Stack splitting the posts after 2mts. Two minutes later Darragh Keane levelled up for Asdee. With plenty possession Asdee went 0-5 to 0-1 ahead by the 20th minute, with, Cyril Dineen, (2), Darragh Keane and Paul O Carroll on target.

Coasting at this stage and indiscpline set in which led to the home side going ahead by 2-2 to 0-5 by the 26th minute. Martin Stack with a goal and Gavin Kennelly sending over.

However Asdee got their act together and for the remaining minutes were firing on all cylinders with some dazzling football; full forward Cyril Dineen struck for 2 goals with Eoin Kennedy popping over points and at the break it was Asdee; 2-7 Moyvane 2-2.

Conor Keane and Martin Stack exchanged points on resumption; Darragh Keane found the net in the 11th minute adding a point along with Paul O Carroll. Martin Stack was Moyvanes only reply.

Game over 3-10 to 2-4 for Asdee or so we thought; Moyvane may not be setting the football scene aloud in recent times but on this occasion together with some terrible defending by Asdee they hit the front and in a 4 minute burst plus a 5 minute period of injury time they secured an unlikely win 30 minutes earlier.

Substitute Kieran Aherne hit 1-1, further points from Martin Stac k with the killer blow coming in the 4th minute of injury from the Man of the Match. Injury time was justified as there were a few stoppages.

Teams and scorers; Asdee; James Kelly, Brian Coughlan, Martin Collins, Con Carmody, Jack Keane, John Doran, Conor Keane, 1pt, Kieran Kelly, Darragh Keane, 1-3, Paul O Carroll, 2pts, Sean Keane, Darren Russell, Mike Breen, Cyril Dineen, 2-2, Eoin Kennedy, 2pts.Sub; Shay Doran for Brian Coughlan, inj.

Moyvane; Brendan Fitzmaurice, Michael Woods, John Finucanel, Eamon Mulvihill, Michael Ambrose,Gerard Mulvihill, D J Keane, Shane Stack, Eoin Stack, Liam Greaney, Jerry Clancy, Shay Leahy, Donal Stack, Martin Stack, 3-7, Gavin Kennelly, 1gl. Subs; Kieran Aherne, 1-1 for Jerry Clancy, Shane Carmody for D J Keane, Shane Quinn for John Finucane, Con Mulvihill for Liam Greaney.  

Referee. Michael Walsh, Kerins O Rahillys.

MEMBERSHIP. With just one week leftfor anybody who wishes to take up Membership of the Club; don’t forget that Membership will be closing on this Sunday March 31st. All you need to do to join is to contact Club Register Kevin Mulvihill as soon as possible before the deadline ends.

Adults E20, Senior Citizens and Under age, E10, Family E50. Coming up will be Munster Championship Final along with games in the Super 8s so only fully paid up members before this date will be in line for any match tickets that the Club may aquire and also entitles you to a vote at the Club A.G.M.

GOLDEN GOAL  Week 7 winners in our Fundraisers”Golden Goal”  were; Mairead Doyle, Asdee Village and Fergus O Connor, Craughdarrig, 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.

STARS IN THERE EYES

The date has been set for the much talked about “Stars in their Eyes” Club Fundraiser and will be going ahead on Sunday May 5th in the Community Centre. This will be the third edition of the “Stars in their Eyes” and if it is anything to go by like the past two years, it should be another mighty night in the Village.

Eoin Kennedy who has been the chief organiser  will once again spearhead the event with his committee already in place. More information in this column of the Kerryman as we look forward to that date in may.

ABB 3:15 Kerins O Rahilly, 0:3
The combined team of; Asdee/Ballylongford/Ballydonoghue had a facile victory at the weekend in which they qualified for the County League Division 3 ”B” knockout stages by beating Kerins O Rahillys easily in Denis Dowling Park, Coolard on Saturday last.

Leading 1:7 to 0:2 at half time they were never tested and ran out easy winners at the end. All  3 from Asdee contributed with Shea Doran, Brendan Keane and substitute Cathal Doran playing very well when he came on in the second half.
 Ryan O’Neill, Robert Foley, Liam Guiney, Gavin Stack,  Pa Carmody, James Donnegan (0:1),  Conor Carmody, Brendan O’Neill, (0:2),Shea Doran,Tadhg O Carroll, Mikey Nolan (1:4)  Paddy O’Neill, Brian Murphy, Jack Kennelly (1:5),  Brendan Keane (0:3). Subs :Daragh Keane(1:0), Alan Foley, 1pt, Josh Prendergast, Cathal Doran, Anton O’Connor, Oisin Ryall, Ronan O’Neill.

UNDER 12s

Our U 12s are already planning ahead with a series of challenge games planned in preparation for for the upcoming North Kerry League U 12. Ballydonoghue travelled to O Rahilly Park, Ballylongford last weekend to take on Asdee/Bally and both teams showed plenty skill, great heart and promise even though played on a heavy sod It was good to see them all playing well as a team and they should be proud of the way they presented themselves.

The panel was Thomas Lynch, Sean Hayes, 1gl, Kate Mulvihill, Dan O’Neill, 1gl, Fionn Byrne, Liam Hanrahan, Aisling O’Conor, Ross O’Neill, 1pt, Cathal Byrne, 2-5, Sean Mulvihill,1gl, Nancy Dee, Hannah Collins, Chloe O’Conor, Jack Finucane. The scorers were as follows:

Cathal Byrne: 2goals 5 points.Final score, Asdee/Bally, 5-6 Ballydonoghue 4-9.

The final score was Asdee/Bally 5-06 Ballydonoughue 3-06. It was a great game from the young ones on both sides. .

FIXTURES. Kerry Petroleum Junior Club Championship Asdee are in Group 2 along with Beale and Reenard and are paired against Moyvane in Round 1 at Con Brosnan Park and is pencilled in to start on Sunday March 31st.

County Minor League Division 3 “B”, at O Rahilly Park, Ballylongford, Friday April, 5th, 6 45pm. Asdee/Ballylongford/Ballydonoghue v Glenflesk. McCarthys Insurance Brokers Senior Football League Division 2 Semi Final; Asdee v Duagh. Sunday May 19th. Venue and time to be confirmed.

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