Although putting up a superb performance, Causeway went down to the Waterford champions, Ballysaggart last Sunday at the Fraher Field in Dungarvan in the quarter final of the Munster Intermediate Hurling Championship. Final score 2 - 13 to 0 - 15.
In the Munster Junior Hurling Championship quarter-final, Kilgarvan will have a home tie against the Cork champions on Saturday week, 16 November. Full fixture details at www.munstergaa.ie
The Final of the Co. Senior Hurling League Division 1 between St. Brendan’s and Causeway has been fixed for Sunday week, 17 November. The Division 2 Final will see Causeway meet Kilgarvan. Check with clubs locally for details of these fixtures.
Congratulations to the 6 Kerry hurlers who represented Ireland in the annual Shinty international series versus Scotland on Saturday last at the GAA National Games Development Centre in Abbotstown.
The Under 21 team won on a score of 32 to 12. Shane Conway [Lixnaw] was captain and be was ably assisted by Fionán Mackessy [St. Brendan’s], Barry O’Mahony & Tomás O’Connor [Crotta].
In the Senior contest Scotland had an easy victory and the Kerry players involved were Mikey Boyle [Ballyduff] and Shane Nolan [Crotta].
The North Kerry Hurling Board Annual Awards function will take place at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Friday, 29 November. The Tralee Parnell’s Annual Awards night will take place on this Friday, 8 November at Halla Gaelscoil Mhic Easmainn, Trá Lí from 6.20p.m. while the club A.G.M will take place on Friday, 15 November. Details on the Tralee Parnell’s Facebook page.
North Kerry update
The Final of the Rhyno Quality Feeds North Kerry Under 21 Hurling Championship [Paddy Kelly Cup] between St. Brendan's v Crotta O'Neill's did not go ahead on Sunday last as a neutral venue could not be made available.
The only other outstanding North Kerry fixture is the Senior Championship Final between Ballyduff and Causeway. Details will be on the North Kerry Hurling Facebook page.