NORTH KERRY LEAGUE. Asdee senior footballers were due to play Ballyduff on Friday evening last in the North Kerry League Division 2 but due to Ballyduffs involvement with the Kerry hurlers against Laois on Sunday last the game was postponed and will now be refixed for a later date. Back games also against Ballylongford and Knocknagoshel yet to be played. (Check Fixture list)Type a message…
MINOR COUNTY LEAGUE Asdee/Bally and Keel/Listry were due to play their final round game in Keel on Friday evening last but due to the difficult weather conditions the game was called off at short notice. Another victory would guarantee to be involved in the knockout stages. The top team in the group will go directly to the final while second and third placed will play a semi final with the second placed team enjoying home advantage in that semi final.
UNDER 14 COUNTY LEAGUE. Asdee / Ballylongford 5-5 Tarbert 4-14
Played in good conditions at O’Rahilly Park Ballylongford on Wednesday last in Division 7 “B”, the combined parish team put in a good performance but came up short against a strong Tarbert team.
The home team got off to a flying start with a cracking goal by Liam Mulvihill following good work by Josh Prendergast. The teams were evenly matched for the first quarter with the home defence putting in some good solid work keeping out an attacking Tarbert team. However, Tarbert won a penalty and kicked on from here to the end of the half. This left the half time score at 2-8 to 2-2 to Tarbert with Paddy O’Neil adding the second goal while Josh Prendergast and Liam Mulvihill added the points.
Asdee / Bally emptied their bench during the second half fighting all the way to the final whistle keeping the margin at 6 points. Further goals were added by Liam Mulvihill, Pauric Fogarty and Bobby McCarron. The points came from Liam Mulvihill, Bobby McCarron and Byran Murphy. The team can be proud of their performance and hopefully kick on from here for the remainder of the season and welcome back a couple of players who were absent. They showed great battling spirit to play all the way to the final whistle never giving up.
Team and panel involved.
Niall O’ Connor, Michael Traecy, Cathal Doran, Adam Finucane, Paddy O’Neil, Patrick Mulvihill, Josh Prendergast, Byran Murphy, Oran O’Neil, Ciarán Griffin, Brendan Keane, Liam Connolly, Liam Mulvihill, Michael Hannon, Pauric Fogarty, Bobby McCarron, Cillian Kennelly, Gerard Mulvihill & Jack Hannon.
Next Game: Away to Beale this Wed 6th April @ 7:00pm.
FUNDRAISER This promises to be a night of entertainment and craic and something never seen before when all roads will lead to the Village where Asdee GAA will be hosting a ‘Stars in Their Eyes’ fundraiser on this Saturday, April 9th, in the Community Centre at 8pm. The event is in conjunction with the 30th anniversary of the club and will provide the foundation for the upgrade of facilities at Jack Walsh Park.
Fifteen acts from around North Kerry will go head to head for the popular and judges’ votes on the night. Each act will perform their version of a well-known song in an attempt to capture the audiences’ heart.
A glitzy red-carpeted entrance, a heated marquee complete with a bar, food and big screen, and our special guests are just some of the treats in store.
Following the night’s entertainment and the crowning of our winners, the music and craic will continue to flow. Please visit the Asdee GAA Facebook page to see each act’s promo video and show your support.
Tickets will cost €15, with these also doubling as a raffle ticket on the night, giving you the chance to win one of our attractive spot prizes, generously donated by various businesses and restaurants.
Please contact one of the Asdee GAA officers, or Asdee Post Office to book your ticket. The response has been tremendous to date, so tickets will be limited.
The night promises to be one to remember and we hope you can join us to celebrate our 30th anniversary in style.
GOLDEN GOAL. Week 11 winner of the Golden Goal was Eoin Tydings, Gullane which is in conjunction with upcoming Fixtures in both National Football and Hurling League and Championship. (Televised games) Tickets are on sale from club members at E2 each with E40 to be given out each week to the winning number which corresponds with the first goal scored.
MARATHON Asdee GAA in association with Kerry Respite Care will be holding our third Half Marathon and 10km road race. The event will also incorporate a 5km fun run/walk. All the routes will start & finish at the grounds of Asdee GAA, Jack Walsh Memorial Park, Tullahinell.
The event is open to all runners of any age or fitness level and from any county but we will also be expecting a number of competitive athlethes particularly for the Half-marathon and 10km races. It is AAI permited and there will be medals for all finishers in our 5km, 10km and Half-Marathon races.
€350 WORTH OF PRIZE MONEY
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Credit Union County Football League Division 5. Round 3 down for decision on Saturday April 9thaway to Duagh is doubtful at the minute. Check with Club Officers for full details. North Kerry League Division 2 Asdee v Knocknagoshel due to have been played on Tuesday last
Saturday 24th April @ 2.30pm
Ballylongford v Asdee. Division 5 County Championship Qualifier Asdee will have a home tie against Firies at Walsh Park on Sunday April 17th. County League Division 7 “B” Under 14. Wednesday April 6th at Stack Park, Ballybunion Asdee/Bally v Beale. Wednesday April 13th, At O Rahilly Park, Ballylongford, Asdee/Bally v St. Pats, Blenerville, Wednesday April 20th at O Sullivan Par, Finuge Asdee/Bally v Finuge. All games 7pm.