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Emmets Notes 20th April 2015

posted 21 Apr 2015, 07:44 by Listowel Emmets

Paudie Butler Workshop: Paudie Butler will hold a workshop in the clubhouse on Tuesday next 28th April at 7pm for all Emmets players, coaches and parents of Coiste na nÓg players.

Congratulations to Bryan Sweeney who lined out with the Kerry Minors at centre half forward on Wednesday night last against Clare in the opening round of the Munster Minor Championship. Bryan contributed well throughout the game and got a good score from play. We wish him and the Kerry Minors every success in the remainder of the competition.

Club Membership Special Offer: Coiste na nÓg - Adult - Ladies
Join Listowel Emmets GAA and avail of our 2012 Family Membership Rates!
Enjoy 20% off your annual membership of Emmets G.A.A. when registering the whole family!
When renewing or joining Emmets G.A.A this season avail of 20% discount when registering Juvenile and Adult members.
One adult membership (€50) & One juvenile membership required when availing of this offer.
Contact John James Buckley (087 2406824) or Tom Walsh (087 7989030) to join.

41 Card Drive: continues in the clubhouse every Wednesday night at 9pm.

North Kerry 2nd year Super-touch Blitz's took place on Wednesday last in Frank Sheehy Park Listowel.
The results of the blitz's are as fellows:
Cup Winners: St Michael's College Listowel.
Cup Runners up: Causeway Comprehensive
Shield Winners: St Joseph’s Ballybunion
Shield Runners up: Tarbert Comprehensive

Fixtures and Results

North Kerry League Division 3 – Round 1
Moyvane B v Listowel Emmets B
Venue: Moyvane
Date: Tuesday 28th April 2015
Time: 7pm

North Kerry League Division 4 – Round 5
Listowel Emmets C V Beale B
Venue: Frank Sheehy Park
Date: Thursday 23rd April 2015
Time: 7pm

Recent Results
North Kerry League Division 3 Round 4
Emmets B 2-16 Finuge B 1-6
Keane’s Minor County League Round 5 Annascaul/Lispole 4-10 Emmets 3-13. Emmets have now topped their league and have qualified for a home semi-final, details to be decided later this week. We wish the team and management all the best.
Intermediate Championship Round 1 Listowel Emmets 1-08 St. Mary’s 2-12
Emmets and St. Mary's met in the opening round of Intermediate Championship in splendid sunshine in Frank Sheehy Park. St. Mary's travelled well and really were superior to the home side with a comprehensive six  point victory to march on to meet Waterville next weekend.
It was the home side that opened the scoring with a pointed free from Conor Cox from the kick out Mary's were on par with pointed free from Jack Daly followed quickly by point from Daniel Daly. Scores were hard to come by with both teams dropping balls short and a lot of scrappy football. Brian Sheehan kept the Mary's in front with a well taken penalty in the closing minutes of the half to leave half time score Emmets 0-4 St. Mary's 1-3
The second half took off at ferocious speed with Darren Casey shooting a rasping shot low to the back of the Emmets net, Mary's Denis Daly attacked from the kick out and Cournane linked well to point from play. The home side had to dig deep and took two good points from play by David Keane and Conor Cox now operating on the '40. Emmets continued to attack in waves and with Kennelly brought down in the square Cox placed his penalty well to leave two between the sides. Turning point of the game came on the kick out with McGuire winning the kick out drove forward resulting in a free inside the Mary's '45 Conor cox' kick lingered in the air connecting with Kennelly but it was Ian Casey who came away with it connecting with Stapleton who pointed with ease. From there to the final whistle St Mary's kicked on led by the influential Denis Daly and a very good second half by Paul O'Donoghue. Their defense in particular was impressive with a good spread of scores across their forward lines. While the most impressive for the home side were Shane Quinn, Ger McCarthy and David Keane.
Emmets Team: Keith Hughes, Jamie Barry, Jack McGuire, Shane Quinn, Ger McCarthy, Cormac Mulvihill, Darragh Leahy, Brian McGuire, Micheal Lynch, David Keane (0-2), Denis Walsh, Brendan Flavin, David Sheehy, Noel Kennelly Conor Cox 1-5, (1-0 pen, 0-2f), David Keane 0-2, Noel Kennelly 0-1 f
St. Mary's Darren Casey 1- 2, Sean Cournane 0-3, Brian Sheehan 1-0(pen), Denis Daly 0-3, Daniel Daly 0-2, Liam Stapleton, Jack Daly 0-1each
Man of Match: Denis Daly (St. Mary’s) Referee: John O’Connor Scartaglin
Emmets Coiste na nÓg
Emmets U6s
: continues on Saturday Morning with a great turnout of boys and girls, anyone that would like to join the ABC Club should come along on Saturday Morning next to St. Michael’s College Gym  from 10.30am to 11.30am. The ABC Club is open for all boys and girls born in 2009 – 2010. Applications forms for registration are available on the day.

Saturday Morning Club: continues on Saturday mornings from 10.30am – 12 noon for u8’s and u10 boys born from 2005 – 2008. Come along and bring a friend. Please remember to register as the John B Keane League will be starting every soon. Application forms are available in schools or on the morning of registration.

Emmets U12’s  opened their season on a good note with both teams doing really well, Emmets A got the better of a tough St.Senan’s side on a score line of 3-9 to 2-5, while the B team just fell short on a score line of Emmets B 2-5 Senan’s B 5-2. They next meet with Renard away on Sunday next 26th April at 5pm.

Feile Peil na nÓg Emmets travelled to Na Gaeil on Saturday last where they met with Austin Stacks in the semi - final of the Feile Peil na nÓg B competition, full time could not separate the sides after a spirited and determined performance by Emmets on a score line of 3-03 each. However, in extra time Stacks began to dominate a won out on a score of 2-03 to 0-01. Emmets can be very proud of their achievements and we hope to see them carry forward this display to the County League.

Emmets Ladies
Senior ladies
are in training awaiting their next game in the County League.

Under 16s begin their County league games in the next week. They train on Thursday at 6pm in St. Michaels college.

Under 14s are training on Wednesdays in the Cows Lawn at 6 pm as they prepare for their next game.

The U12s had a wonderful victory against Kerins O Rahillys in the county league grading competition on April 13th. The Emmets girls were in control throughout. A total of 22 players were used with each one sticking diligently to their task. Well done to all. Training continues on Thursday evenings at 7:30 in the boys school.

Training continues for under 10 and 8's. Under 10 training continues on  Saturdays at 5 pm. at the  boys school field.

Under 8 training is on Saturdays at 10.30 a.m. in Emmets pitch.

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