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Asdee were due to play away to  Valentia on Saturday evening last; (June 24th)  in Round 12 of the Credit Union County Football League Division 5 but due to circumstances beyond the managements control having made plenty contact with the club and would agree to any date for a refixture; they had to concede to the South Kerry men.

Asdee have been playing senior football since the mid nineties and had never suffered the embarrassment of having to give a walk over prior to this.


Tickets are selling well for our Fundraising Draw for the up-and-coming concerts to be held in Croke Park
With both concerts already sold-out  we are pleased to announce that the Club will be raffling off  2 tickets for each concert.

2 Premium level Tickets for U 2 concert in Croke Park and 2 Hogan Tickets foe Coldplay also in Croke Park.

You can enter through this link……

The prices are €10 for one raffle ticket, €20 for three tickets, €30 for four tickets, €40 for six tickets and are available from all Club members.

The draw will be held on Friday June 30th in “Jack Jays” Bar, Asdee and will be streamlined live and available to watch on Facebook Live at 9pm.

Asdee/Bally  3-10  Tarbert  1-14  The North Kerry League Division 2  U14 League  resumed in Jack Walsh Memorial Park Asdee on Monday evening last with a wonderful game of football played by both teams in sun drenched conditions. The teams were neck and neck for all of the first half with never more than a score between them. Brendan Keane got the home team on the scoreboard with a brace of points. Oisin Healy was quickest to react to a breaking ball to drive the ball to the back of the net. He followed up on this effort with 2 more points as well as a lovely point by Liam Connolly on the stroke of half time.

Half time: Asdee / Bally 1 – 05 Tarbert 0 – 7 Tarbert came out firing on all cylinders at the start of the second half and quickly opened up a 4 point lead scoring 1-2 on the restart. Great credit due to our boys who never threw in the towel playing in the sweltering heat. Paddy O’Neill and Christopher O’Donoghue began to get a hold on midfield. Brendan Keane scored a goal to put a point between the sides. Asdee-Bally then dominated possession for a spell with points coming from Brendan Keane (2) and Patrick Mulvihill.

An excellent team move resulted in a goal for Paddy O’Neill from midfield. However, Tarbert continued to press and pick off points. Just as he did in the first half, Liam Connolly finished off the scoring with a well taken point. With a dangerous lead of 2 points, the game was hanging in the balance. Our defence held strong with Mikey Hannon dominant at full back helping Asdee-Bally hold out for the win. John Ross handled the game excellently and allowed for a sporting game to develop.

Full time: Asdee / Bally 3 – 10 Tarbert 1 – 14. Team: Niall O’Connor Michael Hannon Oran O’Neill Patrick Mulvihill (0-1) Christopher O’Donoghue Michael Tracey Paddy O’Neill (1-0) Adam Finucane Ethan McDonald Brendan Keane (1-5) Cillian Kennelly Liam Connolly (0-2) Oisin Healy (1-2) Sean O’Connor Jack Hannon Unavailable: Bobby McCarron & Paraic Fogarty.

UNDER 16s. Bally/Asdee  2-7  Tarbert/Moyvane 4-17.  Our Under 16 footballers got off to a bad start to their County League Division 7 when they were defeated by a much more determined Moyvane/Tarbert in Round 1. In fairness due to lack of numbers the team had to play many of the Under 14s and fair dues to them they gave it their all even in defeat.

GOLDEN GOAL Week 22 winner of the Golden Goal was Mary O Donoghue, Asdee East, Asdee  which is in conjunction with upcoming Fixtures in both National Football and Hurling League and Championship. (Televised games)

Tickets are available and will be on sale each week for the duration of the National League and Championship from Club members and at the usual outlets; “Jack Jays” Bar, Post Office and John Pius at E2 each with E40 to be given out each week to the winning number which corresponds with the first goal scored.

FIXTURE. Credit Union County Football League, Division  5.Asdee have a bye in round 7; W/E of July 1st/2nd.  Remaining County League games; home to  Churchill and Cordal; away to Knocknagoshel, Tuosist. Back game;  home to Kilgarvan on Saturday July 9th 7 30pm in Round 6.  

McCarthys Insurance Brokers Senior Football League, Division 2; three way play-0ff. Asdee received a bye while Knocknagoshel will play Ballyduff on Thursday June 29th. If its Asdee v Knocknagoshel, Thursday July 6th, 7 30pm and if its Asdee v Ballyduff it will go ahead onThursday July 13th, 7 30pm. All venues to be confirmed by the CCC of the North Kerry Football Board.

Minor County Championship. Preliminary Round. Shannon Rangers v Kerins O Rahillys, this Thursday June 29th Shannon Park, Tarbert. Winners will have home venue against Laune Rangers in Round 1 while the loosers will play in a Shield competition.

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