North Kerry league Division 2. Round 2, Moyvane 6-15 Asdee 0-2
A seriously under strength Asdee team came up against Moyvane in Round 2 of the North Kerry League Division 2 at Jack Walsh Park on Sunday morning last. Moyvane had a 30-man squad to pick from, while Asdee were down 10 of their squad which proved a near impossibility against a near full strength and experienced visiting side.
Moyvane were on the scoresheet as early as the first minute followed by goals from Donie Stack, Michael Fogarty and Rian Quinn and at half time led 3-7 to no reply. In fairness the game was long over as Moyvane continued to impress and a further 3 goals Donie Stacks second P J Mulvihill, (2).
Asdee did get on the scoreboard with Patrick Mulvihill and Mike Brosnan points. Asdee have a couple weeks to go before they get their squad back close to near full strength but will be happy with their younger players fitting into the setup especially new to senior football, Patrick Mulvihill and John Daly.
GOLDEN GOAL The clubs Golden Goal fundraising competition has already gotten underway with the GAA season having kicked off.
The club will continue weekly fundraising Golden Goal competition to cover the intercountry playing season until the All-Ireland football final on Sunday July 30th. Weekly entry €2; with prize money €40 each week. The person with the minute first goal is the winner. A no goal entry is also included.
Purchase from John Pius Walsh, shop, Kevin Mulvihill. Patsy Coughlan and John Joe O Carroll. Weekly cut off time for entry is Friday 8pm.
Week 2 winners of the Golden Goal; Kerry v Monaghan, which is in conjunction with upcoming Fixtures in both National Football and Hurling League and Championship (Televised games). Each winner will receive €40. Mike Enright, Beale, Maria Kennelly, Moyvane and Paddy Dee, Ballybunion.
PRESENTATION Oisin Healy and St. Marys Asdee GAA Club celebrated in style recently at a function organised by the North Kerry Football Board at the Arms Hotel Listowel to honour the North Kerry Rangers Minor team who won the County Championship.
Oisin was one of the star performers all through the campaign but really excelled in the County final registering 1-8 and to cap a magical evening received the Man of the Match Award also. Certainly, one to look to the future.
SCOR The North Kerry Finals of Scor na nOg will go ahead at a venue to be confirmed on Sunday March 12th. The local club Cultural Officer, Kathleen Carmody will be organising the event so anybody interested in taking part should contact Kathleen as soon as possible.
This happens to be the 50th Anniversary of Scor na nOg so it is very important to have the club represented
FIXTURES North Kerry Senior Division 2 Leagues; Round 3, Sunday 12th February 2023 at 2pm, Knocknagoshel v Asdee, Eddie Walsh Park, Knocknagoshel, Division 2 Round 4 Sunday 19th February 2023; Asdee have a bye. Division 2 Round 5, Sunday 26th February 2023 at 2pm Tarbert v Asdee, at Jack Walsh Park. Good local support would be appreciated for all games.