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Keanes Supervalu Killorglin MFC – Round 3 2014-07-18 10:11:00

East Kerry 5-14 Austin Stacks 1-10.



East Kerry got off to a dream start and built an unassailable lead in the first half when they played a Austin Stacks in Fossa in round 3 of the Co Minor Championship, sponsored by Keanes SuperValu, Killorglin last Friday. Three points from play followed by two goals in quick succession gave the home side a 2-03 to nil lead after fifteen minutes. Captain Padraig De Brún set up and scored the first goal in a well worked move. The second goal came from the boot of Rob Leane in a move started in defence. Austin Stacks showed great determination and dominated the middle area but the East Kerry defence were very strong and their goal keeper Conor McCarthy made 2 great saves which held the visitors to 2 points whilst notching up six over the next ten minutes. An East Kerry shot off the post was quickly cleared and defence turned to attack, with a surging run up the field and precision pass to Jesse O'Sullivan who netted the ball for an Austin Stacks goal. A scatter of points left the half time score: East Kerry 2-11 Austin Stacks 1-03

Both sides brought on fresh legs during the second half. Austin Stacks scored 2 points before Shane Courtney intercepted the ball and soloed upfield in a move that ended with Shane pouncing on a rebound and finding the back of the net for the third East Kerry goal. The Austin Stacks goal keeper Claudio Dema made a number of great saves in both halves but excellent precision foot passing by East Kerry who moved the ball quickly, led to 2 further goals in the last ten minutes, David Clifford from a pass by Paudie Clifford and Paudie with an unstoppable shot on the twenty fifth minute. A point a piece in the dying minutes left the final score: East Kerry 5-14 Austin Stacks 1-10. East Kerry are through to the quarter finals.

Teams and Scorers: 
East Kerry: Conor Mc Carthy (Legion), Shane Courtney (Glenflesk) (1-0), DJ Murphy (Gneeveguilla), Dara Doherty (Legion), TJ Friel (Rathmore), Darren Brosnan (Gneeveguilla), Daniel O'Brien (Glenflesk), James Donoghue (Firies), Matt Rennie (Fossa) (0-01), Rob Leane (Legion) (1-01), Paudie Clifford (Fossa) (1-04), Padraig De Brún (Firies) (Capt) (0-01), David Clifford (Fossa) (1-04), Lee O'Donoghue (Glenflesk) (0-03f), Donal Lyne (Legion). Substitutes used: Conaill Murphy (Firies), Donagh Mc Carthy (Rathmore), Con Buckley (Gneeveguilla), William Courtney (Firies), Mike Brosnan (Gneeveguilla), Michael Pearse (Legion).

Austin Stacks: Claudio Dema, Sean Hurley, Niall Carroll Cane, Dylan Harnett(Capt), Daragh Scanlon, Jack O' Shea, Sean Ryan, Ciaran Flanagan, Calvin Foley(0-01), Louis Ryle (0-01), Jack Morgan(0-04;3f), Colin Griffin (0-01), Sean Fitzmaurice(0-02f), Jesse O' Sullivan(1-0), Sean Dukes(0-01). Substitutes used: James O' Conner, Fergal Ryan, Craig Corcoran, Jack Kenny, Sam Nealon.

Referee: Gerard O'Carroll (Asdee)



On Friday evening we had the Round 3 games;
East Kerry defeated Austin Stacks by 5-14 to 1-10; Shannon Rangers defeated St Brendans by 2-19 to 0-7 and Mid Kerry had a point to spare over Kerins O’Rahillys, 1-9 to 2-5. 
So East Kerry, Shannon Rangers and Mid Kerry join Dingle, An Ghaeltacht, Spa, Dr Crokes and South Kerry in the quarter finals which are pencilled in for August 7th.

Shannon Rangers 2-19 v St Brendan's 0-07



In O’Rahilly Park Ballylongford Shannon Rangers booked their place in the Quarter finals of the County Minor Championship after a facile victory over St Brendan's. 
The home side got off to a dream start when midfielder Shea McDonnell won the throw-in and headed goalwards. With scarcely10 seconds on the clock the ball settled in the visitors net. Two minutes later a goal bound shot from Darragh Sheehy was deflected over the bar. Andy Doherty added another point before Darren Burns with a point from a free and one from play made it 1-2 to 2points in favour the home side. These were St Brendan's only scores of the first half while the home team added points from Brian O Seanachain and Jack Goulding. Goal number two for Shannon Rangers came in the 15th minute when a perfect pass from Kerry minor Jason Foley found Jack Goulding who hit the back of the net. Points followed from Jack Gogarty,Jack Foley and Micheal Foley all from play. It was now one way traffic for Shannon Rangers with a pointed free from Andy Doherty followed by points from play by Brian Heaphy, Darragh Sheehy and Jack Goulding plus hitting the posts on two other occasions. Half time score Shannon Rangers 2-11 to St Brendan's 0-02. 

On resumption the home side added two points from jack Foley and Andy Doherty. St Brendan's full forward William Hurley who went off before half-time reappeared and scored point number 3. Points followed for the home side from Jack Foley ,Andy Doherty and Ciaran O Connor with his first touch after coming on. 2-17 to 0-3. St Brendan's kept trying and were rewarded with four unanswered points from William Hurley, Darren Burns two, and a free from Keith Madden. The home side finished off with points from Darragh Keane and Brian O Seanachain as Tom Lynch blew for full time. Final score Shannon Rangers 2-19. St Brendan's 0-07.


Scorers: 
Shannon Rangers
: Andy Doherty 0-5,Jack Goulding 1-02, Shea McDonnell 1-0, Jack Foley 0-3, Darragh Sheehy and Brian Ó Seanachain 0-2 each, Ciaran O’Connor,B rian Heaphy, Darragh Keane, Micheal Foley and Jack Gogarty 0-1 each.

St Brendan's: Darren Burns 0-4, Keith Madden and William Hurley 0-1 each.
Shannon Rangers Minors now join their Senior and U21 club mates in the Quarter-finals of the County Championships.


Mid Kerry 1-09 Kerins O’Rahillys 2-05

Mid Kerry saw off a late surge by Strand Road to advance to the quarter final stages of the Keanes Supervalu Minor Football Championship in Killorglin on Friday evening.. 
The visitors started off the better side when their captain Ryan Clarke slotted the ball over the bar in the second minute and a minute later his team mate Gearoid Savage saw his goal chance denied. Mid Kerry were taking that bit longer to settle with some sluggish passing & several wides but what one captain can do so can the other; Eoin O’Brien Mid Kerry managed to raise the white flag with a lovely point. Eleven minutes in to this half a Gearoid Savage shot for the visitors hit the back of the net bringing their side a goal to the good which happened to be their last score of the half. The Home side responded with 2 points from Niall O’Connor and Jonathan O’Sullivan and they drew the game when John Tyther rose the white flag. Well into injury time Mid Kerry’s Captain Eoin O’Brien added another to his tally when he slotted over the bar.
Half time score: Mid Kerry 0-05; Kerins O’Rahillys 1-01.
It was again the visitors who started stronger in the second half with a lovely point from Dylan Ronan to level matters. To keep their lead Jonathan O’Sullivan made no mistake with his 2 frees however one of these scores was cancelled out by a Diarmuid Sullivan point for Rahillys. At the three quarter stage, Tommy Cahill saw his shot sail over the bar and substitute Caolim Teahan was a happy camper when he rose the white flag to put 3 between the sides. When it looked like going all Mid Kerry’s way with 3 minutes to go in normal time, Kerins O’Rahillys were thrown a life line in the form of a penalty which Ryan Carroll converted. It was anyone’s game and looked like going to extra time but never say never Capt Ryan Carroll rose the white flag to put Strand Road in the lead. With the game nearly up Mid Kerry had to get a goal and they did just that when their first shot was saved but the rebound fell to Daniel MacBeth and he duly hit the back of John Shortt’s net. Not a team to lie down, the visitors tried their best to get something out of this game and again it fell to the Captain Ryan Carroll who rose the white flag once more to put one between the sides but Mid Kerry held out. 
Mid Kerry Team and Scorers: Paudie McMahon (Cromane), Mike Breen (Beaufort), Aidan Cox (Laune Rangers), Gavin Evans (Keel), Gavin McKenna (Miltown/Castlemaine), John Tyther (Laune Rangers 0-1), Eoin O’Brien (Miltown/Castlemaine 0-2), Daniel MacBeth (Laune Rangers Capt 1-0), Tommy Cahill (Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-1), Danny Healy (Beaufort), Liam Carey (Beaufort), David Costelloe (Laune Rangers), Niall O’Connor (Beaufort 0-1), Jonathan O’Sullivan (Miltown/Castlemaine 0-3Fr), Patrick Daly (Laune Rangers). Substitutes: Caolim Teahan 0-1 for Patrick Daly, 
Kerins O’Rahillys: John Shortt, Derek Horgan, Daniel Nix, Karl Mullins, Donnagh Buckley, Cormac Coffey (0-1), Dylan Ronan, David Murphy, Gavin O’Brien, Gary Nolan, Rory Doyle, Ryan Carroll (1-4), Gearoid Savage (1-0), Diarmuid O’Sullivan, Padraigh Griffin. Substitutes: Derek Horgan injured replaced by Darragh Ryan, Tom Hoare for Gearoid Savage , 
Referee: Michael Hennessy (Ballyduff)