The County Under 21 Hurling Championship gets underway on this Friday evening, 13 September, with 4 games scheduled.
In a Preliminary Round game Ballyduff are at home to Abbeydorney.
In the First Round, Tralee Parnell’s play St. Brendan’s at Caherslee while Lixnaw have home advantage against Kilmoyley.
All the above games have a 6.00p.m. throw in time.
Later on, the combined Kenmare/Kilgarvan/ Dr. Crokes side will take on Crotta O’Neill’s at Kilgarvan with a 7.30p.m. starting time.
The winners of the Preliminary Round game will play Causeway in the fourth Round 1 tie [date to be confirmed].
Coiste na nÓg
Lixnaw won the Lee Strand County Under 16 Plate title on Friday last following their 2 - 8 to 2 - 6 win over Tralee Parnell's.
Kristen Griffin stood in as captain for Shaun Shanahan to accept the trophy while Darragh Conway claimed the Man of the Match Award.
North Kerry update
The North Kerry Under 16 competitions begin on this Sunday, 15 September with games scheduled for 12 noon.
'A' Championship – Ballyheigue v Ballyduff; Lixnaw v St Brendan’s.
'B' Championship - Kilmoyley v Tralee Parnell’s; Abbeydorney v Crotta
North Kerry Under 21 Hurling Championship quarter final results:
Tralee Parnell's 1 - 12 St. Brendan's 3 - 15;
Crotta 1 - 11 Abbeydorney 2 - 8 [draw].
Crotta 3 – 17 Abbeydorney 1 – 7 [replay].
Ballyduff won the North Kerry Under 15 'A' Hurling Championship Final with a 4 - 14 to 1 - 3 win over Ballyheigue at Ardfert. The Johnny Hussey Memorial Shield was presented to the winning captain Tommy O’Grady by Pat Dineen, Cathaoirleach, Bord Iomána Ciarraí Thuaidh. Evan Boyle won the Player of the Final Award.
In the North Kerry Under 15 'B' Hurling Championship Final, St. Brendan’s defeated Crotta by 6 - 7 to 1 - 7 at Ballyheigue. Tom Lawlor, North Kerry Development Officer presented to Edmund Flahive Memorial Shield to the winning captain and Player of the Match Award winner, Fiachra O’Connor. Match referee was Patrick Corridon.
St. Brendan's also won the North Kerry Under 13 'A' Hurling Championship title when defeating Ballyduff by 4 - 14 to 3 - 4 at Lixnaw. Jimmy Galvin, on behalf of the Galvin family, presented the Jack & Mike Galvin Memorial Shield to the winning captain Tom O’Flaherty while Eoin O’Flaherty was awarded Player of the Final. Match referee was Liam Goggin.
North Kerry Under 13 'B' Hurling Championship Semi-Final results: Crotta 4 - 10 Ballyheigue 2 - 7; Tralee Parnell's 5 - 7 Causeway 0 - 3. This final was scheduled for Tuesday, 10 September.
The Rhyno Quality Feeds North Kerry Senior Hurling Championship [John Joe O’Sullivan Memorial Cup] got underway on Friday last.
Ballyduff had a 6 - 19 to 1 - 12 win over
Kilmoyley while under lights at Abbeydorney the home side lost to Lixnaw by 2 - 23 to 1 - 13.
On Saturday, St. Brendan’s defeated Ballyheigue by 3 – 26 to 3 - 6. Crotta conceded a walkover to Causeway.
The semi-final pairings are Ballyduff v St. Brendan’s and Causeway v Lixnaw with these games scheduled for Friday, 20 September