Weekly Notes 26/04/2015

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CASTLEISLAND COUNTY NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIP  Quarter Final

Tuosist  2-7      Asdee  0-15

Asdee qualified for the semi final stages of the County Novice Championship by virtue of a hard earned 2pt victory over a very determined Tuosist side at the South Kerry venue on Sunday last. Certainly this was an excellent encounter with two very committed and evenly matched sides going all out for the win as the play ebbed and flowed throughout. Both sides were to dominate at various stages but it took an extra effort from the visitors coming up to the final whistle to get over the line.  Asdee who probably were slight favourites going into this game got off to a great start with early points from Darren Russell, Mike Breen and Eoin Kennedy going 4pts up without reply. However Tuosist settled and 3 quick points left the bare minimum between the sides moving up to the  20 minute mark and as we approached the short whistle the visitors were dealt a hugh body-blow when after a mix up in the Asdee defensive set up left Tuosist in for a goal of a soft variety. Padraig Ruddle swung over a point leaving the half time score; Tuosist 1-4 Asdee 0-5.  On the changeover the home team were quick out of blocks and inside the opening minutes saw the ball enter the net and at this stage it looked as if Asdee were in real trouble as Tuosist were starting to dominate. However Asdee showed their never say die spirit and some excellent shooting from Mike Breen, Charles Dalton and Darragh Keane saw the deficit down to 2pts after just 12 minutes. Still Tuosist were quick to reply adding further points to go 4 points ahead again.  Eoin Kennedy from a free and an inspirational point from corner back Sean Keane who came up from his corner back position  got Asdee back on track. As play swung from end to end the game was still in the balance but in fairness even at this late stage it looked very much like the home side might hold out. Then entered former Kerry minor star Eoin Kennedy to stamp his authority on the game kicking 4 unanswered points to pave the way for victory. Overall a super team performance with everybody contributing to this victory but special mention to John Doran who has been out injured for some time and when he entered the fray late in the game he was to make a hugh impact. Team and Scorers; Conor Coughlan, Sean Keane, 1pt, Martin Collins, Eoin O Carroll, Kieran Kelly, Noel Long, Con Carmody, Darragh Keane, 3pts, Padraig Ruddle, 1pt, Mike Breen, 3pts, Eoin Kennedy, 5pts, Darren Russell, 1pt, Matthew O Hanlon, Eoin Tydings, Charles Dalton, 1pt. Subs, Michael Tydings for Matthew O Hanlon, John Doran for Padraig Ruddle, David O Connor for Charles Dalton. Patrick Horgan, Dinny Dalton, Brian Coughlan.

County Minor League Semi-Final.
Ballylongford/Asdee 3-12 Beale 4-13.
Bally/Asdee Minors failed to progress to the final of the County League after a highly entertaining game played at Brosnan Park Moyvane.Nothing could separate these sides when they previously met in round 1 so this tie was eagerly awaited. Bally/Asdee were playing with the aid of a fresh breeze but the sides were still level at the end of the first quarter
While Bally/Asdee created a number of goal scoring chances it was Beale who were first to hit the net through Cillian Courtney. Darragh Keane eventually got the goal they were looking for just before half time to leave it
Bally/Asdee 1-9 Beale 1-7 ahead at the break.
Bally/Asdee extended their lead with two good points from Darragh Keane in the 5th and 6th minute quickly followed by a goal from Thomas Doherty after a good move started with Darren Murphy in the half back line.
Beale needed a response and with Kerry minor Cormac Linnane kicking over some good points the sides were level after twenty minutes. Two quick goals by Darragh Buckley in the 24th and 26th minutes put Beale firmly in the driving seat with time running out Bally/Asdee went in search of goals and Michael Lynch was unlucky when his shot hit the post while Ciaran O’Connor had the final score of the match with a converted penalty.

MEETING. The next meeting of St. Marys, Asdee will take place in the Community Centre on  this Thursday April 30th; 8 30pm. It is expected that all club members will be in attendance.

FIXTURES.  Credit Union County League; Round 4, Saturday/Sunday May 9/10th, Bye, Round 5, Saturday/Sunday, June 6/7that Walsh Park. Asdee v Ballylongford. North Kerry Division 2 semi final. Venue and date to be confirmed. Asdee v Knocknagoshel. Winners take on Moyvane in the final.

WEBSITES. Asdee G A A website is now up and running once again  so for all our activities and match reports; just log on towww.asdeegaa.com

 

 

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