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Templenoe 1-08, Firies 2-14

Templenoe came out second best in a very well contested final of Division 2 of the East Kerry Super League. The match was played at a very fast pace on a dry evening for football, with Firies being more clinical in front of the pasts. Their two goals came at important times, with the second arriving with fifteen minutes remaining in the match killing off any hope of a Templenoe comeback.

Templenoe Scorers: Brian Crowley 1-02, Stephen O’Sullivan 0-02, Killian Spillane 0-01, Teddy Doyle 0-01, Cian Hallissey 0-01, Martin Reilly 0-01

Templenoe Team: Anthony Sheehan, Mike Hallissey, Kieran O’Neill, Joseph Sheehan, John Rice, Danny Cahalane, Kieran McCarthy, Sean Sheehan, Cian Hallissey, Shane Cremin, Brian Crowley, Teddy Doyle, Stephen O’Sullivan, Killian Spillane, Martin Reilly.

Subs: John Moriarty, Eoin Murphy, John Morley

         

Templenoe 4-10, Austin Stacks 1-16.

An injury time goal from Stephen O’Sullivan sealed a hard earned win for Templenoe in a match played in ideal conditions in Templenoe last Saturday evening. This game ebbed and flowed all through and could have gone either way.

The home side playing with a slight breeze got off to a dream start with a goal from Brian Crowley, who drilled a low shot to the net, giving goalkeeper David Hennessey no chance. However, Austin Stacks hit back with 4 unanswered points all from play through David Mannix, Alan Duggan, Shane O’Callaghan and Jack O’Shea, to put the visitors 1 point in front. Templenoe squandered a few chances, before a Danny Cahalane shot from way out took a bounce to the take the ball all the way over the crossbar. David Mannix and Stephen O’Sullivan (free) exchanged scores to leave the sides level after 15 minutes. Then Killian Spillane (free) and Cian Hallissey both raised white flags for Templenoe, but these points were cancelled out by Alan Duggan and Jack O’Shea efforts for the Tralee men. Then Stacks foward Fiachna Mangan got inside the Templenoe full back line and despatached the ball to the roof of the net from close range, to give them a 3 point advantage. To their credit the home side responded strongly with well taken scores from Stephen O’Sullivan and Brian Crowley (0-3) to give Templenoe a slender lead at the break.

Half Time Score: Templenoe 1-8, Austin Stacks 1-7.

Austin Stacks opened the scoring in the 2nd half with 2 pointed frees from David Mannix either side of a score from Jack Morgan who split the posts after making a great solo run up the field. The home side went close for goal twice, before the visitors stretched their lead with an impressive third point from their centre back Jack O’Shea. However, Templenoe eventually did get their second goal in a move involving John Rice and Sean Sheehan who put Stephen O’Sullivan through to finish superbly.  However, Stacks replied with scores from Mikey Collins and David Mannix before Josh Crowley Holland pounced to fist a high ball into the net from a Teddy Doyle free for a crucial goal to the home side. Yet again Austin Stacks kept their composure and hit back with Darragh O’Brien and Jack O’Shea both landing the ball over with bar to give the away side a 1 point lead coming into the closing minutes. But with the match in the melting pot, it was Templenoe that got on top when it mattered most and they pressed home with points from Killian Spillane (free) and Brian Crowley, before the ever dangerous Stephen O’Sullivan sealed the match with an injury time goal. Austin Stacks did respond with one more pointed free, but Templenoe despite losing Teddy Doyle to a second yellow card, held on for a much needed second county league win.

Final Score: Templenoe 4-10, Austin Stacks 1-16.

Teams & Scorers:

Templenoe:

Anthony Sheehan, Joesph Sheehan, Kieran O’Neill, Mike Hallissey, Kieran McCarthy, Danny Cahalane 0-1, John Rice, Sean Sheehan, Cian Hallissey 0-1, Josh Crowley Holland 1-0, Brian Crowley 1-4, Teddy Doyle, Stephen O’Sullivan 2-2 (0-1F) , Killian Spillane 0-2(F), Martin Reilly.

Subs: Shane Cremin

Austin Stacks:

David Hennessey, John Murphy, Fearghal MacNamara, Denis Costello, Pa McCarthy, Jack O’Shea 0-4, Jack Morgan 0-1, Shane Carroll, Shane Guthrie, Sean Ryan, Fiachna Mangan 1-0, Alan Duggan 0-2, David Mannix 0-6 (0-3F), Shane O’Callaghan 0-1,

Darragh O’Brien 0-1.

Subs: Mikey Collins 0-1, Sean Dukes, Dale Counihan

Div1 County SFL, Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-12, Templenoe 0-11

Templenoe came away empty handed from a very well contested County Senior Football Match, played in Blustery conditions on a damp Saturday evening in Glenbeigh. The wind was blowing across the field and really did not offer up much of an advantage to either team.

Gavin O’Grady pointed a free on the fourth minute to start the scoring, but Stephen O’Sullivan responded with a brace of points for Templenoe. Colm McGillycuddy landed a great long range point to level matters before another Stephen O’Sullivan point restored the visitors to the lead. Glenbeigh/Glencar were enjoying great success around midfield from the restarts, and some good play set up centre forward Caolim Teahan for a point. Templenoe again responded when a fantastic pass from Adrian Spillane put John Rice through on goal, but his shot went over the bar. This left the score on the 20th minute, Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-03, Templenoe 0-04.

Another two points in a row from Stephen O’Sullivan extended Templenoe’s lead, but they were pegged back by a Gavin O’Grady pointed free. John Rice kicked an absolutely wonderful point from out wide on the right wing for another Templenoe score but this was cancelled out by a Fergal Griffin score. In the remaining minutes, a point apiece left the half time score Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-06, Templenoe 0-08, with both teams knowing they could improve in the second half.

Gavin O’Grady again opened the scoring after the interval, and Eugene Courtney soon followed with the levelling score for Glenbeigh/Glencar. Brian Crowley kicked a free returning Templenoe to a slender lead as the intensity of the match started to ramp to championship levels. Caolim Teahan pointed his second of the match leaving the teams level on a score of Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-09, Templenoe 0-09 with twenty minutes remaining.

Both teams were guilty of missing scoring opportunities in this period and the following ten minutes only witnessed two scores, a point by Brian Crowley and a pointed free by Gavin O’Grady. The home side were not doing as well in this period from the kick outs, but Templenoe were struggling to work openings against a very well organized Glenbeigh/Glencar defence. The defining moments of the match came as the clock ticked towards the 30 minute mark. Jason McKenna pointed to put the home side into the lead, and this was soon followed up by another Caolim Teahan point. Brian Crowley pointed a free in the 31st minute, but there was no more injury time to be played and Glenbeigh/Glencar emerged victorious on a score of Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-12. Templenoe 0-11

Glenbeigh/Glencar Scorers: Gavin O’Grady 0-04, Caolim Teahan 0-03, Colm McGillacuddy 0-01, Fergal Griffin 0-01, Eugene Courtney 0-02, Jason McKenna 0-01,

Glenbeigh/Glencar Team: Rory O’Connor, Sean Roche, Ciaran Doyle, Eugene Courtney, Jack Brosnan, Vincent Hoare, Jason McKenna, Colm McGillacuddy, Fergal Griffin, Bernard Murphy, Caolim Teahan, Podge Griffin, Kieran Courtney, Gavin O’Grady, Daniel Griffin

Templenoe Scorers: Stephen O’Sullivan 0-05, Brian Crowley 0-03, John Rice 0-02, Adrian Spillane 0-01

Templenoe Team: Shane Cremin, Mike Hallissey, Gavin Crowley, Joseph Sheehan, Danny Cahalane, Kieran McCarthy, Sean Sheehan, Cian Hallissey, Josh Crowley-Holland, Adrian Spillane, Teddy Doyle, Stephen O’Sullivan, Brian Crowley, John Rice

Subs: Martin Reilly

   

   

 

Templenoe 3-15, Milltown/Castlemaine 2-07

Templenoe had a very comprehensive win over Milltown/Castlemaine in Round 4 of the County Senior Football League. The visitors played with the strong breeze in the first half, but failed to capitalize on this advantage leaving Templenoe to kick the opening two points of the match from Brian Crowley and Killian Spillane. The first 10 minutes were very scrappy with both teams kicking away possession, and on the 10th minute David Roche kicked Milltown/Castlemaine’s only point of the half. Templenoe started to pick off the scores as they grew into the game, kicking four points in a row, and on the 24th minute, Stephen O’Sullivan finished off a great Templenoe move with a goal.

Milltown/Castlemaine did work plenty of scoring opportunities, but were guilty of numerous wides through the half from both open play and placed balls. Their situation got much worse with a minute to go in the half when Brian Crowley scored Templenoe’s second goal to leave the half time score, Templenoe 2-08, Milltown/Castlemaine 0-01.

Templenoe continued the scoring trend and kicked two early points after the interval from Stephen O’Sullivan and Brian Crowley, but the following ten minutes saw Milltown/Castlemaine kick four points in succession from Cathal Moriarty (2), Donal Kelleher, and Jack McCarthy. The visitor’s momentum was halted when Stephen O’Sullivan scored his second goal of the match on the 19th minute and Templenoe kicked four unanswered points soon afterwards.

Both teams started to bring on substitutions, and in the last few minutes, a scoring burst from Milltown/Castlemaine added two goals and two points to the scoreline with centre forward Pa Wrenn doing the damage by scoring 1-02. The final whistle saw Templenoe victorious on a score of Templenoe 3-15, Milltown / Castlemaine 2-07 and picking up two very valuable County League points.

Templenoe Scorers: Stephen O’Sullivan 2-05, Brian Crowley 1-03, Adrian Spillane 0-03, Killian Spillane 0-02, Sean Sheehan 0-01, Martin Reilly 0-01

Templenoe Team: Shane Cremin, Mike Hallissey, Kieran O’Neill, Joseph Sheehan, John Rice, Danny Cahalane, Kieran McCarthy, Sean Sheehan, Cian Hallissey, Josh Crowley-Holland, Adrian Spillane, Teddy Doyle, Stephen O’Sullivan, Brian Crowley, Killian Spillane.

Subs: Martin Reilly, Colm Breen, John Moriarty, Will Sheehy, John Morley

Milltown Castlemaine Scorers: Pa Wrenn 1-03, John Blennerhasset 1-00, Cathal Moriarty 0-02, Jack McCarthy 0-01, David Roach 0-01

Milltown/Castlemaine Team: Cormac Leane, Paul Carroll, Damien Murphy, Stephen Roche, Gavin Horan, David Roche, Cathal O’Connor, Donal Kelleher, Pa Wrenn, Donal Dennehy, Jerome Flynn, Jeremiah Hayes, Alan Hickey, Jack McCarthy, Cathal Moriarty.

Subs: Craig Counihan, John Blennerhasset

      

      

Castleisland Co-Op Mart, County Intermediate Football Championship:

Templenoe 1-10, Glenbeigh / Glencar 0-11

Templenoe emerged victorious after a hard fought win over Glenbeigh/Glencar in the second round of the Castleisland Co-Op Mart, County Intermediate Football Championship. The match was played on a poor day for football with a blustery wind and a wet pitch with the rain just about holding off for the hour of football.

The visitors opened the scoring when Gavin O’Grady pointed from a free, but Templenoe were playing the better football in the first half and a Killian Spillane point was quickly followed by a Brian Crowley goal. Some good work from Stephen O’Sullivan saw the ball passed across the Glenbeigh/Glencar goalmouth for Brian Crowley to palm to the net. Templenoe continued to play with a good tempo, and despite some poor wides, they kicked the following four points from Brian Crowley, Killian Spillane, Pat Spillane and Gavin Crowley. Pat Spillane’s point was the pick of the bunch when he kicked a great long range point from out near the stand sideline.

On the 17th minute Gavin O’Grady kicked another pointed free for Glenbeigh/Glencar and Tommy Cahill followed up soon after with their first point from play. Killian Spillane responded with a pointed free, and the last two scores of the half were kicked by Brian Crowley and Adrian Spillane to leave a half time score, Templenoe 1-08, Glenbeigh / Glencar 0-03.

Gavin O’Grady pointed a free on the 35th minute, but by this stage Templenoe had squandered some great opportunities and had kicked four wides in a row. Glenbeigh/Glencar followed up with another two points from Gavin O’Grady and Tommy Cahill before Killian Spillane kicked a free for the home side. Glenbeigh/Glencar were coming strongly into the match at this stage and a Fergal Griffin point left a scoreline of Templenoe 1-09, Glenbeigh / Glencar 0-07 with fifteen minutes remaining.

Templenoe had opportunities in the final period of the match but were guilty of wasting too many chances, but a very good individual run by Pat Spillane resulting in a fisted point helped calm the home side. In the last ten minutes Templenoe received two black cards in quick succession when both John Rice and Teddy Doyle were sent to the line. Gavin O’Grady pointed another free, and Kieran Courtney soon followed up with a point from play to reduce the arrears to four.

A further Glenbeigh/Glencar attack saw Darran O’Sullivan in possession and driving at the Templenoe defence, but he was fouled just outside the square. Gavin O’Grady pointed the resulting free. Time was running out for the visitors but Glenbeigh/Glencar kept pressurizing, and a Templenoe move trying to pass the ball across their own goal saw the ball spilled and narrowly toe poked wide. Another pointed free for Glenbeigh/Glencar reduced the deficit to two points, but time was fast running out for the Mid Kerry men and Templenoe held on to advance to the County Intermediate Semi Final on a score of Templenoe 1-10, Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-11.

Templenoe Scorers: Brian Crowley 1-02, Killian Spillane 0-04, Pat Spillane 0-02, Gavin Crowley 0-01, Adrian Spillane 0-01

Templenoe Team: Shane Cremin, Kieran O'Neill, Gavin Crowley, Mike Hallissey, Danny Cahalane, Tadhg Morley, Josh Crowley-Holland, Sean Sheehan, Adrian Spillane, Pat Spillane, Killian Spillane, Teddy Doyle, Cian Hallissey, Brian Crowley, Stephen O'Sullivan.

Subs: John Rice, Kieran McCarthy, Joseph Sheehan

Glenbeigh/Glencar Scorers: Gavin O’Grady 0-07, Tommy Cahill 0-02, Kieran Courtney 0-01, Fergal Griffin 0-01.

Glenbeigh/Glencar Team: Rory O'Connor, Sean Roche, Ciaran Doyle, Stephen O'Sullivan, Jack Brosnan, Pa Kilkenny, Shane Riordan, Colm McGillacuddy, Fergal Griffin, Caolin Teahan, Darran O'Sullivan, Tommy Cahill, Kieran Courtney, Gavin O'Grady, Daniel Griffin.

Subs: Jason McKenna

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Templenoe/Tuosist/Kilgarvan were knocked out of the County League at the Semi Final stage when they lost to Listowel Emmets on a score of Templenoe/Tuosist/Kilgarvan 1-14, Listowel Emmets 3-12..

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Waterville 0-09, Templenoe 2-09,

Templenoe advanced to the second round with a good victory away to Waterville in the County Intermediate Football Championship. The match was played on a dry pitch with a strong breeze flowing across the pitch, that favoured the hosts in the first half.

Waterville opened the scoring with a free by corner forward Stephen O’Dwyer, but a brace of points on the fourth minute by Brian Crowley and Danny Cahalane saw Templenoe take the lead. Danny Cahalane’s point came when he launched in a free kick from half way and it bounced over the bar. Oran Clifford kicked the home side’s first point from play, and this was soon followed by a pointed free by Stephen O’Dwyer. Stephen O’Sullivan again pointed for Templenoe leaving the score on the fifteen minute mark, Waterville 0-03, Templenoe 0-03.

The following ten minutes witnessed lengthy delays due to injuries to two Waterville players, but both were able to play on. When the match got going again, the next score came Templenoe’s way when a flowing hand passing move involving the Templenoe attack up the left hand side of the field resulted in a goal for Pat Spillane. Templenoe did not kick on from this and the last two points of the half were scored by Waterville, leaving the half time score, Waterville 0-05, Templenoe 1-03.

The second half scoring was initiated with a point by Stephen O’Sullivan. Tadhg Morley and Waterville sub Fergal Cronin then swapped scores, before Stephen O’Sullivan kicked another. Both teams were guilty of missing good chances in this period which kept the match in the balance. Points were swapped by Barry O’Dwyer and Killian Spillane, and then by Stephen O’Sullivan and Stephen O’Dwyer leaving the score with 15 minutes remaining, Waterville 0-08, Templenoe 1-07.

Josh Crowley-Holland worked hard to return Templenoe to a three point lead with a point, but despite good possession coming into the last ten minutes, Templenoe struggled to put Waterville away, and kicked three wides in a row. It was shaping up for a tense final few minutes until Pat Spillane scored Templenoe’s second goal of the match to extend their lead to six points. Cian Hallissey who came in as a sub early in the second half, pointed the visitor’s last point of the match. Fergal Cronin kicked Waterville’s last score in injury time, and the final whistle saw Templenoe victorious on a score of Waterville 0-09, Templenoe 2-09:

Templenoe Scorers: Pat Spillane 2-00, Stephen O’Sullivan 0-03, Brian Crowley 0-01, Danny Cahalane 0-01, Killian Spillane 0-01, Tadhg Morley 0-01, Josh Crowley-Holland 0-01, Cian Hallissey 0-01

Templenoe Team: Shane Cremin, Kieran O'Neill, Gavin Crowley, Mike Hallissey, Danny Cahalane, Tadhg Morley, Kieran McCarthy, Sean Sheehan, Adrian Spillane, Pat Spillane, Brian Crowley, Josh Crowley-Holland, Killian Spillane, Teddy Doyle, Stephen O'Sullivan

Subs: Cian Hallissey, John Rice, Denis O’Neill

Waterville Scorers: Stephen O’Sullivan 0-03, Fergal Cronin 0-03, Alan O’Shea 0-01, Oran Clifford 0-01, Barry O’Dwyer 0-01.

Waterville Team: Seamus O'Shea, Micheal Cronin, Daniel O'Dwyer, Alan O'Dwyer, Greg Gibson, Fionan Clifford, Cillian Clifford, Cormac O'Sullivan, Oran Clifford, Alan O'Shea, Jamie O'Sullivan, Sam O’Dwyer, Barry O'Dwyer, Patrick Curran, Stephen O'Dwyer

Subs: Fergal Cronin, Keith Moran

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Final Score, Dingle 0-18, Templenoe 4-06
Templenoe made the long trip to Dingle on a beautiful sunny April evening, and played very well to take a share of the spoils in a very entertaining County Senior Football League match. With the pitch in perfect condition, Dingle chose to play with the strong breeze blowing from the Town end. Liam Brosnan opened the scoring with a free for the home team but Stephen O’Sullivan goaled with Templenoe’s first attack of the match. Dingle responded with two pointed frees before Brian Crowley kicked a point from play. Both teams swapped scores, and two further Dingle points kicked by Aidan O’Connor and Liam Brosnan left the score on the fifteen minute mark, Dingle 0-05, Templenoe 1-02.
Templenoe responded with a brace of scores from Denis O’Neill and Stephen O’Sullivan, but the remaining scores of the half went the way of the home team, leaving the half time score Dingle 0-09, Templenoe 1-04.
The second half saw Dingle enjoy periods of control and possession of the ball, but Templenoe were able to break quickly with the wind to get their scores. Dingle accounted for the first two points after the interval from Thomas Sheehy and Gareth Brosnan before Brian Crowley went on a great solo run and ended up with Templenoe’s second goal of the match. Mikey Boland (2 frees) and Stephen O’Sullivan kicked points, and on the 43rd minute Josh Crowley-Holland scored Templenoe’s third goal. Dingle responded with a 45 meter kick from their goalkeeper Gavin Curran leaving the score on the 45th minute Dingle 0-14, Templenoe 3-05.

The last 15 minutes proved to be very exciting with Templenoe battling for everything as the came closer to the final whistle. Another Mikey Boland point was answered by Brian Crowley’s second goal from a penalty when Teddy Doyle was fouled in the square, giving Templenoe a lead of two points coming into the last 10 minutes. Both team’s again swapped scores but Dingle were starting to win a huge amount of possession and piled on the pressure. Liam Brosnan pointed two late frees in injury time to tie up matters, but there was still enough injury time for Templenoe to mount one final attack which resulted in a free awarded about thirty metres from the goal. Unfortunately Stephen O’Sullivan pulled this free just left and wide and the ref blew up leaving the teams level on a score of Dingle 0-18, Templenoe 4-06.
 
Templenoe Scorers: Brian Crowley 2-02, Stephen O’Sullivan 1-03, Josh Crowley-Holland 1-00, Denis O’Neill 0-01
Templenoe Team: Colm Breen, Joseph Sheehan, Kieran O'Neill, Jonathan Egan, John Rice, Danny Cahalane, Kieran McCarthy, Teddy Doyle, Josh Crowley-Holland, Brian Crowley, Shane Cremin, Cian Hallissey, Denis O'Neill, Stephen O'Sullivan, Pat Spillane
Subs Mike Hallissey, John Spillane, Will Sheehy
 
Dingle Scorers: Liam Brosnan 0-06, Mikey Boland 0-05, Tomas Sheehy 0-03, Gareth Brosnan 0-02, Aiden O’Connor 0-01, Gavin Curran 0-01
Dingle Team: Gavin Curran, Micheal Flannery, Conor O'Sullivan, John Brosnan, Aiden O'Connor, Patrick O'Connor, Tom Brosnan, Darragh O'Sullivan, Billy O'Connor, Mikey Boland, Gareth Brosnan, Patrick Sheehy, Tomas Sheehy, Liam Brosnan, Brian O'Connell
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An Ghaeltacht 3-22, Templenoe 0-07.

On an absolutely fantastic sunny Sunday afternoon for football, Templenoe never got going against a fine An Ghaeltacht side. Both teams were missing a number of first team regulars, but An Ghaeltacht seized the initiative from the throw in. Dara O’Sé pointed from a free to open the scoring, and by the 10th minute led on a score of An Ghaeltacht 0-02, Templenoe 0-00. Templenoe had chances in this period with Pat Spillane put through on goal and brilliantly saved by Tomás Mac an tSaoir, being the best effort.

Templenoe kicked their 1st point on the 11th minute through Brian Crowley, but An Ghaeltacht reeled off five points before Templenoe scored again with a Sean Sheehan point. The scoring continued at a quick pace leaving a half time score of An Ghaeltacht 2-14, Templenoe 0-05.

The home side played the 2nd half with the aid of the breeze, and were able to hold off any attempts of a Templenoe fightback leaving the final score An Ghaeltacht 3-22, Templenoe 0-07

Templenoe Scorers: Stephen O’Sullivan, 0-02, Brian Crowley 0-02, Pat Spillane 0-01, Sean Sheehan 0-01, John Rice 0-01

Templenoe Team: Shane Cremin, Mike Hallissey, Kieran O’Neill, Jonathan Egan, Will Sheehy, Danny Cahalane, Kieran McCarthy, Sean Sheehan, Josh Crowley-Holland, Denis O’Neill, Teddy Doyle, John Rice, Pat Spillane, Stephen O’Sullivan, Brian Crowley.

Subs: Joseph Sheehan, Martin Reilly, John Moriarty

An Ghaeltacht Team: Tomas Mac an tSaoir, Carnal O'Gairbhi, Colm O'Muircheartaigh, Cian O'Murchu, PJ Mac Laimh, Marc O'Se, Marirtin O'Gormain, Ciaran O'Coileain, Padraig O'Se, Cathal O'Fiannachta, Sean O'Bambaire, Eanna O'Conchuir, Gearoid Mac an tSaoir, Tomas O'Se, Dara O'Se.

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Div1 County SFL,

Templenoe 0-07, St Mary’s Cahersiveen 0-13.

The opening round of this year’s County Senior Football League kicked off in very wet and blustery conditions. Templenoe played with the aid of the breeze, but Brian Sheehan opened the scoring with a pointed free. Templenoe’s first score came from a Stephen O’Sullivan point, and followed up soon afterwards with a point from a Brian Crowley free. After these opening scores, it took another 10 minutes for another. Both teams were struggling to get ball into the scoring areas, and Templenoe were not making advantage of the wind.

Paulie O’Donoghue and Stephen O’Sullivan swapped scores, and after a series of Templenoe wide’s, Daniel Daly levelled matters with 5 minutes left in the half. The final score of the half was scored by Brian Crowley leaving Templenoe up by a point, Templenoe 0-04, St Mary’s 0-03.

Despite playing into the wind, Templenoe started brighter, and Denis O’Neill kicked a point to extend their lead. St Mary’s started to utilise the conditions, and the game was decided in the next 10 minutes when the kicked 5 great points. Brian Sheehan (2), Conor O’Shea (2) and Sean Cournane getting the scores. Stephen O’Sullivan pointed for the home side, but St Mary’s notched another 2 scores, leaving Templenoe chasing the game on a score of Templenoe 0-06, St Mary’s 0-10 with 10 minutes remaining.

Brian Sheehan treated the crowd to 2 great points from frees in the final period. One from the left hand sideline 14 metres from the endline, and the other from just inside the St Mary’s half of the pitch. Templenoe kicked the last point of the match through the boot of Gavin Crowley, leaving St Mary’s victorious on a score of Templenoe 0-07, St Mary’s 0-13.

Templenoe Scorers:  Stephen O’Sullivan 0-03, Brian Crowley 0-01, Denis O’Neill 0-01, Pat Spillane 0-01, Gavin Crowley 0-01

Templenoe Team: Anthony Sheehan, Mike Hallissey, Kieran O’Neill, Jonathan Egan, Will Sheehy, Danny Cahalane, Kieran McCarthy, Gavin Crowley, Josh Crowley-Holland, Shane Cremin, Pat Spillane, John Rice, Denis O’Neill, Stephen O’Sullivan, Brian Crowley.

Subs: Joseph Sheehan, Martin Reilly, Eoin Murphy, John Moriarty

St Mary’s Scorers:  Bryan Sheehan 0-05, Conor O’Shea 0-02, Dan Daly 0-02, Sean Cournane 0-02, Paulie O’Donoghue 0-01, Anthony Cournane 0-01

St Mary’s Team: Micheal Daly, Pat Cournane, Brian Curren, Ian Casey, Conor Quirke, Conor O’Shea, Dan O’Sullivan, Darragh O’Sullivan, Paulie O’Donoghue, Adam Quirke, Dan Daly, Bryan Sheehan, Sean Cournane, Anthony Cournane, Darren Casey.

Subs: Mark Quigley, Kielan Moriarty, Niall O’Shea

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Full Time Score, Templenoe 3-13, Kenmare 0-10

Templenoe Scorers: Stephen O’Sullivan 2-05, Brian Crowley 0-03, Martin Reilly 1-00, Pat Spillane 0-02, Josh Crowley-Holland 0-01, John Rice 0-01, Teddy Doyle 0-01

Templenoe Team:Shane Cremin, Mike Hallissey, Kieran O’Neill, Jonathan Egan, Will Sheehy, Danny Cahalane, Kieran McCarthy, Sean Sheehan, Josh Crowley-Holland, Pat Spillane, Teddy Doyle, John Rice, Brian Crowley, Stephen O’Sullivan, Denis O’Neill

Subs: Anthony Sheehan, Martin Reilly, John Moriarty, Eoin Murphy

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Div2 East Kerry Super League Final, Templenoe V Firies

23.06.2017 - 19:30 o'clock

Div2 East Kerry Super League Final, Templenoe V Firies, Fri 23rd May at 7:30pm in Glenflesk GAA Grounds.

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