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Emmets Notes 11th June 2012

posted 11 Jun 2012, 03:45 by Listowel Emmets

Coiste na nÓg fun table Quiz:

A fun table quiz will take place in John B Keane's bar on Friday night next at 9pm to raise funds for the Saturday Morning club (u8's, u9's, u10s) end of season trip to Galway. Any support you can give on the night would be greatly appreciated.

Sympathy

: Listowel Emmets would like to extend their deepest sympathies to the Lynch Family of the Square Listowel on the death of John. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Lynch Family during this tough time. Solas na bhFlaitheas ar a anam uasal.

Emmets Coiste na nÓg

U6s:

From Saturday the 9th of June 2012 training for under 6 boys and girls will take place outdoors at the sportsfield from 10.30am to 12pm.

Emmets Saturday Morning Club

will host the North Kerry Blitz on Saturday next 16th June from 10.30am - 12.30pm. Any help with food, sandwiches. buns etc would be greatly appreciated.

John B Keane League:

The finals of the John B Keane League were played in splendid weather on Friday evening, the C Final contested between Niall Lynch & Valerie Guiney's Blackcock Feathers and Aimee Mason & Finley O'Brien's Ashes saw the Ashes win out in great style with Aimee Mason inspiring her side to victory ensured she was the player of the match in the C Final. The B Final saw Darragh Lynch & Kaci Jo Nolan's Listowel Independents take on Ava Grimes & Sean Healy's Boro team in a closely fought final the Boro came out on top this time. The eagerly awaited A Final saw An Ghleann captained by Saibh O'Callaghan & Cillian Rodriquez and the Rural Rangers captained by Gearoid Stack and Cliona Pierse lived up to all expectations and a great game of football played out which was a joy to behold. The Rural Rangers were victorious with Aoife Horgan awarded the player of the tournament. A huge thank you to all who took part in the 9th running of the John B Keane League. This year saw our games referred by Kenneath Kelliher, Eimhin O'Brien, Darragh Leahy, Jake Moriarty and Davy Keane, all of whom had battled it out in the early years of the John B Keane League. A huge thank you also to Mary Keane and the Keane Family who kindly sponsor the League, we are very fortunate to have them as our supporters.

Emmets Coiste na nÓg Club kits

(shorts, socks and jersey) are now available for sale. Cost is €40 per kit. Any queries contact Billy McElligott 086-8748275

Fixtures and Results

U12 County League:

Emmets are at home to Legion on Sunday evening next at 7pm, please come out and support.

U14 District Championship:

Best of luck to Emmets players involved with Feale Rangers who meet with Eoghan Ruadh in the final of the U14 County District Championship on Monday night next 18th June at 7.30pm at a Tralee venue. The whole team has done exceptionally well to get the final, Feale Rangers had beaten Eoghan Ruadh in the opening round of the championship in Mountcoal, Eoghan Ruadh then qualified through the losers round and like their counterparts on the other side of the draw regrouped and are now contesting the final. It promises to be a great battle against two evenly met sides, please come out and support the Feale Rangers lads they bid for their first ever county title.

Seniors

: Best of Luck to Emmets players involved with Feale Rangers who are in action against West Kerry in Dingle on Sunday next 17th June at 3.30pm.

Emmets Ladies

U8/10’s:

The U8/10’s played Abbeydorney in Frank Sheehy Park on Saturday last, where a large crowd were entertained by some great displays by both sides. It is fantastic to see the great improvement in the skill levels and the sporting manner in which everyone approached the event.

U12s:

The U12’s were away to Dingle on Tuesday last in the County League where they were unfortunate to lose on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-04. Thank you to all parents that drove down to Dingle and for providing the sandwiches.The girls will next play Laune Rangers on Monday 11th June at 7pm in Frank Sheehy Park.

U14's:

The U14’s had a rare loss when they travelled to Killarney last Tuesday to play Dr Crokes. Travelling with the bare minimum they were then very unfortunate to lose Cianna Guiney to injury in the third minute. Playing against a full Dr Crokes team the girls managed to play a dominant game of football. They were ahead for the majority of the game before losing on a scoreline of 3-5 to 1-7, with Dr Crokes scoring two goals in the latter part of the game.

Gaelic4Mothers&Others

continues to gain momentum. The group are travelling to the Munster Blitz on Saturday next in Mourneabbey, Co Cork. They will participate alongside 15 other clubs from Munster in a fun filled day of activity. Husbands, partners and kids all welcome on the day.

Training continues every Thursday from 8 to 9pm at St Michael’s College

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