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Emmets Notes 4th November 2013

posted 4 Nov 2013, 04:47 by Listowel Emmets

Listowel Emmets Monthly Draw Results - October:

1st Prize €250
Siobhán O'Mahony, Cahirdown, Listowel.

2nd Prize 3 x €100
Seán Healy. Dublin.
Frank Hughes, Inch, Listowel.
Mossy Mulvihill, Bunaghara, Listowel.

3rd Prize 6 x €50
Ger Dillon, Bridge Road, Listowel.
Kevin Enright. Shrone East, Listowel.
Indoor Soccer Group C/O John Hartnett.
Billy Enright, Ballylongford.
Liam Nolan, Moyvane.
Caroline Riordan, O'Connell's Avenue, Listowel.

The next draw will take place on Wednesday 27th November at the Clubhouse in Frank Sheehy Park.
 
FIXTURES AND RESULTS
2013 North Kerry Minor Football Championship Final
Listowel Emmets 3-09 Ballydonoghue 2-06
Emmets and Ballydonoghue played out a very entertaining North Kerry Minor Championship final in good underfoot conditions in O'Sullivan Park, Finuge on Saturday last, despite the inclement weather. The weather certainly put the crowds off from attending but those that braved the elements were treated to a great game of football with both teams a credit to their clubs in how they played. Great credit is due to the Finuge club for having their pitch in great condition for the match also. It was the Listowel side that got off to the better playing against the wind where David Keane converted to open the scoring this was quickly followed by another converted free. The young Bryan Sweeney playing at centre field got a fine fetch and found the waiting Michéal Stack who turned well and sent the ball low to the back of the Ballydonoghue net and with eleven minutes gone in the clock Emmets led by 1-02 to 0-01. Ballydonoghue however, responded brilliantly with an excellently executed goal to leave the bare minimum between the sides, it looked like Ballydonoghue would get the upper hand as they went one in front again the marks man of the day Micháal Stack linked well with David Keane to send his second of the day to back of the Ballydonogue net leaving the half time score Emmets 2-03 Ballydonoghue 1-05
Emmets started the Second half as they did the first with a fine point from play aided by the breeze from David Keane. Ballydonoghue found their feet at midfield and began to dominate but were unable to convert from their possession, David Keane again for the Listowel side converted a free from a foul on Micheal Stack. Ballydonoghue built from the back finding Jack Foley again who passed on to Paudie Lyons who inched past Paul Kennedy to leave the sides 2-05 to 2-06 in favour of Emmets.
It was Emmets David Keane again to the fore as he sent over two unanswered points one a converted free. As Emmets intercepted a Ballydonoghue Kick out David Keane shot for point again the ball hit the upright to the waiting Bryan Sweeney who shot low to the back of the Ballydonoghue net as Emmets led with 3 minutes to go by 3-08 to 2-06. From the kick out John Keane linked well with Jake Moriarty to sending over another point to leave the full time score Emmets 3-09 Ballydonoghue 2-06. As stated previously this was a great game to watch and highly entertaining. These two teams had met in the North Kerry Minor League final where Ballydonoghue thought them a lot of lessons in football and its great to see that the Emmets boys learned from that and put on such a magnificent display. Mike Flavin Secretary of the North Kerry Board presented the Jotty Holly Memorial Shield to an elated Listowel Emmets Darragh Leahy.
 
2013 North Kerry U-21 Football Championship ¼ Final
Listowel Emmets and Castleisland Desmonds were due to meet last Monday bur Castleisland Desmonds could not field a team and Listowel Emmets received a walkover and are now into the Semi-Final.
 
2013 Credit Union County Senior Football League Division 2 - Round 11
Finuge V Listowel Emmets
Date: Sunday 17th November
Venue: Finuge
Time: 2.30 P.M.
 
Listowel Emmets Ladies:
Exciting times for Emmets Ladies as we have been nominated for Club of the Year. Only three clubs are nominated with Fossa and Dromid making the short list with Listowel. The winner will be announced at the Kerry Ladies Awards night on the 16th of November at the Heights Hotel in Killarney. Anyone who wants to attend contact Ann McNamee (087 969 1324) for tickets for the Social.
 
Well done to our brilliant Emmets girls, Rachel Costello, Finola Keane, Orla O’Donoghue and Oliva Stack  who played for Kerry in the U13 Development Squads blitz on Sunday in Limerick. Meanwhile Sophie Lynch, Rebecca Mason and Shannon Sheehy have been taking part in the U14 Kerry Trials. The 3rd and Final Kerry U14 Open Trial will take place on Sunday the 10th of November in Cloon Pitch Killorglin All players to be there at 10.00 A.M.
 
The next phase of Minor trials take place in John Mitchell's next Sat 9th November from 10.00 A.M. to 12 midday.
 
Inspite of the storm force winds and driving rain a great day was had at the Carmel O’Connor Memorial game featuring a selection of Emmets Ladies against the formidable Garda Ladies. A big thank you to all those involved with organizing the game, to those who helped out on the gate and most importantly all those who brought the lovely cakes and sandwiches to feed us all on such a wet and windy day. All money raised will go to the Listowel Kerry Friends and Parents.
 
As we are now coming to the end of the season Graham Shine has organised a fitness schedule to keep us going over the winter months. Graham will hold a fitness, toning / conditioning class on Sunday mornings for aged 15 - adults. The class will be €7.00 euro per person. 14 players per session.
 
Finally congratulations to Saoirse Kennedy on winning the North Kerry Coiste Scór na nÓg solo singing final last week. Edel Quinn, Aisling Keane, Emily McCarthy, Fionnuala Trench and Meabh Trench came 2nd in the Instrumental music final.

2013 New York Senior Football Championship:
Congratulations to former Listowel Emmets player Kieran O’Connor who played a major role in helping Kerry win the 2013 New York Senior Football Championship. They beat Leitrim in the Final 0-14 to 1-07 to win the title for the 26th time. Kerry went into the game as rank outsiders as Leitrim were going for their 4th title in a row. Kieran who is a former Kerry Minor and U-21 played a brilliant game at full back. He was tough to get past all through out the game and he won the ball on numerous occasions to turn defence into attack. When Kieran left for America he was a major loss to Listowel Emmets but it’s great to see him doing so well and we wish him all the best for the future.

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