Listowel GAA   23/05/2019

ABC Club welcomes all boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014 from the Listowel Parish in St. Michael’s Gym hall on every Friday at 5.30pm. Please contact Siobhan Mahony for further details 0876229900

Listowel Emmets Club Draw - Draw 9

€300 - Pierse & Fitzgibbon Solicitors
€100 - Pat McElligott, Castleisland
€100 - Sarah McDermott, 2 Victoria Lane, Victoria Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6
€100 - Emily Galvin, Clounmacon
€50 - Colette Stack, 5 Ashfield, Greenville, Listowel, Co. Kerry
€50 - Jimmy Buckley, Hollytree Drive, Listowel, Co.Kerry
€50 - Billy Keane, William Street,
€50 - Jimmy Hickey, Ballygrennane, Listowel
€50 - Edwin Stryker, Knocknagoshel


Emmets Saturday Morning Club; is back in action each Saturday from10.30am to 12noon,  in Frank Sheehy Park for all under 7,8,9,10 boys and girls from the Listowel Parish. Further details available from Conor Moriarty 0878375384 or Dan Browne 087 2369812


41 Card Drive

Continues every Wednesday night at 9pm in the clubhouse, come along and bring a friend.

Bring Your Ball

Listowel Emmets are delighted to launch our 'Bring Your Ball' initiative which allows all boys and girls to show off their skills and have a kick around during half time at all Emmets home County League games. Our seniors host Keel this coming Sunday at 2pm so make sure your little one's bring their ball!


John B Keane League

Final - Frank Sheehy Park, Listowel, 27th May @ 6.45pm

County League Division 3 – Round 4

Emmets V Keel

Sunday 26th May at 2.30pm in Frank Sheehy Park


North Kerry League Division 3 – Semi Final

Emmets B 1-09 V Moyvane B 2-11

Junior County League  Group 2 - Round 1

Emmets B 1-09 V Ballydonoghue B 5-09

North Kerry League Div 1 - Final

Emmets 1-13 Ballydonoghue 1-08

Last Sunday our seniors contested the Division 1 North Kerry League Final against Ballydonoghue which was held in Stack Park Ballybunion. Jack Kennelly opened the scoring after just one minute of play. Straight after Eddie Browne made a run through the Ballydonoghue defence and gave the ball to Jamie McVeigh who cooly slotted past Dara O Sé to settle the nerves for the Emmets men. Ballydonoghue responded quickly with points from Jack Foley and Thomas Kennelly, while the excellent Sam Tarrant and Cormac Mulvihill kept the scoreboard ticking for Listowel. The town men went in at half-time leading 1-6 to 0-6.

Ballydonoghue started the second half the strongest thanks to Jack Foley who managed to catch Cathal Keane off his line and chipped in over him for a goal. Jamie McVeigh got his second point of the game along with Cormac Mulvihill after some poor Emmets shooting saw them miss five scoring opportunities on the bounce. Ballydonoghue kept coming forward but Tom McCarthy and Eddie Browne were there to clear their lines as Emmets were always in control in the final quarter. Shane Quinn came on and kicked the final score of the game giving Listowel the win on a score-line of 1-13 to 1-08. Tom McCarthy claimed the man of the match award after a brilliant display at wing back as Sam Tarrant, Cormac Mulvihill and Joe Joe Grimes all played very well. This is a young Emmets team with a bright future and their management will be happy following a very composed performance.