North Kerry Board PRO News   07/07/2022



McElligott Oils Asdee sponsored u15 North Kerry League


Division 1

Listowel A 3.11 St.Senans 3.10

Tarbert  3.05   Finuge 2.11

Division 2

Beale 8.16 Knocknagoshel/Brosna 0.08

Saturday July 2nd at 7pm

Duagh 7. 10  Listowel B 2.06.



North Kerry u11 Go Games

A and B Team fixtures

THURSDAY JULY 7 @ 7pm Group A

Listowel       v     Beale

St.Senans    v     Duagh


Ballyduff     v  B/donoghue/Clounmacon

Finuge         v Moyvane


Brosna            v     Knocknagoshel

Bally/Asdee   v     Tarbert

U13 North Kerry League



St. Senans    v       Tarbert

Nth. Gaels    v        Moyvane

Duagh           v        Listowel


Knock/Brosna   v    Listowel B

Beale                  v     Finuge

             Ballyduff Bye

U15 North Kerry League D1



Tarbert         v          Moyvane

St.Senans    v          Finuge

Listowel       v           Ballyduff


Listowel B            v         Beale

Nth.Gaels             v         Duagh

Knock/Brosna Bye

Junior NKL Results.

These games have been played in June, and last week.

Round 1


Tuesday 21st June @ 7.30pm

Listowel Emmets B v Castleisland Desmonds B

St Senans B 1.12 v Ballydonoghue B 1.12

Bye Brosna B

North Kerry Junior Leagues 2022

Sponsored McCarthy Insurance Group – Division 3

Round 2  Back Game

Friday 15th July  @ 7.30pm

Listowel Emmets B v St Senans B

Round 3

Tuesday 5th July @ 7.30pm

Castleisland DesmondsvB v Ballydonoghue B

Brosna B v St Senans B

Bye Listowel Emmets B.

A full list of results will follow.

Cul Camps.

Cul Camp contuines with camps coming up in Ballydonoghue GAA Grounds 11th-15th of July, and a sold out  Moyvane Cul camp on the 11th - 15th of July also.

North Kerry Acorn Life County U21 Football Championship.

Acorn Life U21 County Football Championship 2022. Round 1

  North Kerry 0-14       West Kerry 1-9

Played in wet miserable conditions at Jack Walsh Memorial Park, Asdee on Monday evening last June 27th both teams defied the elements to provide the large attendance with a most enjoyable game that saw the end result hanging in the balance until deep into injury time and certainly even though the North Kerry boys were the better side on the day one must credit the West Kerry boys who looked doomed at the break down 5pts and struggling to find any form but put in a storming second half display to be denied by the home side at the death. The game got underway with the home side quick out of traps dictating play and with Jack Kennelly causing all sorts of problems for the West defence which continued right through the game.Ted Moloney and a 45 from goalkeeper Kieran MacKessy got their first half tally before the boys from the West got their first score of the game with 3mts left for play from Dylan Geaney. Geaney again and centre forward Tom O Donnell completed their first half scoring leaving it 8pts to 3pts at the break. Now it must be said that despite kicking 8 first half wides; 13 in total they did enjoy plenty possession and it took a marvellous stop between goalie and a defender to shut out what looked like a certain goal after 10mts. On the restart West Kerry went into attack but once again failed to hit the target. Jack Kennelly kicked over a free to put his side 6pt ahead and even at this stage a North Kerry victory looked on the cards but suddenly it was the West Kerry side who were to take command and driven on especially by Geaney ,Ronan O Beaglaoi at full back, Conor Geaney at midfield and Tomas O Donnell at number 11 they piled on the pressure and with North Kerry holding on for dear life as we approached the final whistle. Jamie McVeigh hit an inspirational point but Dylan Geaney hit further points to narrow the gap to a mere 3pts. Could North Kerry hold on as they were now under severe pressure and missing the injured Brendain O Neill who had to retire through injury and a minute into injury time had elapsed when in a last gasp attack saw Cian O Grady grab the ball and plant it in the corner of the net to level up the tie. Extra time now loomed but in a quick breakaway the ball travelled towards the West goals and from a resultant free conceded by the West,  Man of the match Jack Kennelly duly obliged and put his side in front. Immediately from the kick out it was Kerry U20 star Jack Goulding who was fairly subdubed all evening but came good at this vital time to slot over a vital point. Certainly that long awaited final whistle was a welcome relief to North Kerry followers. Scorers; North Kerry; Jack Kennelly, 10pts. Ted Moloney, Kieran MacKessy, Jamie McVeigh, Kevin Goulding, 1pt each. West Kerry; Dylan Geaney, 8pts, Cian O Grada, 1gl, Tomas O Donnell, 1pt. 

On behalf of the North Kerry Football Board we would like to thank Mary and Eric O Neill Ballylongford of “Supreme Pool Tables” who very kindly sponsored gear for the panel and we canot forget the huge effort from all the players and Trainer, John O Connell, Selectors, Brendan O Mahony and Jackie Mulvihill along with Coaches; Karl Dillon and Darragh O Shea.

Jack opened the score and continued to kick 10 points for the duration of the game.

North Kerry v South Kerry in round 2, Monday 4th of July @7.30pm in Waterville.

Kerry Senior Team.

Best wishes to Jason Foley, the Kerry team and management as they take on Dublin in the All Ireland semi final in Croke Park Sunday 10th of July.

Scór News

Scor within the County came to a conclusion with the” Lee Strand” Sponsored County Finals of Scor Na bPaisti revealed the Cultural talents of participating Clubs before the presence of a bumper audience held in the Halla na Dromoda, Cillian Liath, Community Hall on Saturday last. It was a special evening for the North Kerry Football Board having been involved in four of the on stage catagories; Dara O Cinneide, Listowel Emmets, in Sean nos Dancing Beale in Recitation, Novelty and Instrumental Music with both Finuge and St. Senans competiting in Trath na gCeist. However it was a special occasion for Dara O Cinneide; Listowel Emmets who took the Sean nos Dancing by storm, dancing his way to first place and a County title. The Beale Club  receiving their second placed medals in Instrumental Music. The Beale music group were Katie Joyce, Gracie O Sullivan, Finan Fogarty, Saoirse Fogarty and Marianne Kiely.

St Senans took the bronze medal in the Tráth na gCeist, and their team was Cian Slemon, Paddy Larkin, Rory McElligott and Clodagh Linnane.