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CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW.  The Draw for the Bernard O Callaghan Memorial Senior Football Championship, 2017  Sponsored by McMunns Bar and Restaurant, Ballybunion has been confirmed and will take place on Thursday August 17th commencing at 8 30pm in McMunns Bar and Restaurant, Ballybunion. Asdee will be in the draw along with; Beale, Duagh, Ballylongford, Moyvane, Listowel Emmets, Tarbert, St. Senans, Brosna, Knocknagoshel, Castleisland Desmonds, Finuge, Ballyduff and last years champions Ballydonoghue. The remaining Clubs, Clounmacon and Knockanure will take part in the Intermediate and Novice Championship respectively.

 Draws for the Junior, Novice  and Minor Championships will also take place on that night with Asdee involved with Ballylongford at both Minor and Under 21 level. Local Delegates Mark O Hanlon and Patsy Coughlan will be representing the Club.

UNDER 16s    Asdee/Bally  4-7  Finuge  3-13. Played at Jack Walsh Park, Asdee on Wednesday last in Division 7 of the County League as both teams served up a cracking game of football with some excellent scores exchanged by both teams. Very little seperated the sides all through and at the break it was the home team who held a slender 1 point lead; 2-5 to 2-4. The same trend continued in the second half with score for score but unfortunately for Asdee/Bally they missed some good scoring opportunities coming up to the final whistle as Finuge held firm getting the necessary scores to claim a 3 point victory. Team and scorers;  Ciaran Griffin, Cathal Doran, Michael Hannon, Pa Carmody, Victor Flahive, Gavin Stack, Conor Carmody, 1-1, Josh Prendergast, Shay Doran, 1-1,  Liam Connelly, Antone O Connor, Liam Mulvihill, 2-4,Brian Murphy. 0-1, .Subs; Paddy O Neill, Gerard Mulvihill, Niall O Connor. Referee, Tom O Sullivan, Clounmacon.


Under 12  Asdee/Bally  1-3  Tarbert  5-25. Tarbert came to Walsh Park Asdee on Mondayevening last as firm favourites to take on the locals in the North Kerry Under 12 League and they justified that favourites tag with a resounding win over a weakened combination side. In fairness the home side battled to the end but could never come to terms with a bang on form Tarbert who really and truly had the game wrapped up at the interval when leading by 5-14 to 0-1.Team and scorers; Sean O Connor, Jack Hannon, Ross O Neill, Dan O Neill, Liam Hanrahan, Nancy Dee, Abby Collins, Ruby Keane, Grace Heffernan, Liam Walsh, Oisin Healy, 1pt, Patrick Mulvihill, 1-2, Roisin Fogarty, Cathal Byrne, Pauric Fogarty, Fionn Byrne. Referee, Pat Shannahan, Duagh.

GOLDEN GOAL Week 27  winner of the Golden was; Ned Morkan, “The Village”, 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.


Recently a debate started amongst Club members as to what Club in North Kerry holds the most All Ireland Senior Football Medals within the District Board and it stirred up plenty attention.. After plenty thought went into the discussion the following are the players that hold Senior All Ireland medals within the parish of Ballylongford/ Asdee and who are joint first in North Kerry with their neighbours Beale. Each of a total of  23 Senior All Ireland medals which is a marvellous achievement for small rural clubs. Castleisland Desmonds and Listowel Emmets have 22 and 18 respectively. Followed on by Moyvane, 15, Finuge 15, Knocknagoshel, 7, Duagh 7, Ballydonoghue, 3, Tarbert, 2, Clounmacon,

Asdee/Ballylongford   23

Jack Walsh, 6. Johnny Walsh, 5, John Kennedy, 3, Paud O Donoghue, 2, Eamon O Donoghue, 2, Jackie Walsh, 2, Colm Kennelly, 1, Barry Walsh, 1. Paddy Kelly, 1.


For the record the Beale All Ireland senior medal holders are; Beale    23

Ogie Moran, 8, Eoin Liston, 7, Bob Stack, 6, Gearoid Griffin, 1, Sean Liston, 1.

However we stand correctd with maybe a few clubs but thats the information we received up to date.


FIXTURE. Credit Union County Football League, Division  5.   Remaining County League games; away to  Tuosist w/e of  August 13th and Valentia, Sept 3rd or 10th. Home to Cordal , Sat/Sun August 27th or Sat/ Sun. September 24th.  McCarthys Insurance Brokers Senior Football League, Division 2; three way play-off. Asdee received a bye while Knocknagoshel are due to play Ballyduff on Wednesday August 9th. Asdee will then play the winner;(Ballyduff  or  Knocknagoshel) and who will then go on to take on Duagh in the Semi Final. Moyvane are already in the final.. Quarter Final’s  U21 North Kerry Championship
Sponsored by Dennehy Veterinary Clinic Duagh. St. Senans v Ballylongford/Asdee/Beale. Dates and Venue to be decided by C C C of the North Kerry Football Board.


St. Marys, Asdee G A A Club will hold their Annual Church Gate Collection on this Sunday August 6th. Your generosity would be very much appreciated.

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