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FT Score: Templenoe 1-12, Dingle 2-16

Dingle were the visitors to a sun drenched Templenoe last Saturday evening and both sides severed up an entertaining game, but ultimately Dingle’s superior power paved the way for them to take a full share of the spoils.

Dingle were first off the blocks with County panellist Conor Geaney popping over two frees inside the first two minutes. Templenoe who not for the first time in this campaign only had 16 players lined out, responded with Kieran McCarthy getting up the field to open the home side’s account. Brian Ó Dubháin added another point for the visitors, before Pat Spillane cut in from the right corner to dispatch the ball to the back of the net, putting the hosts ahead for the first and only time in this match. Three points on the trot from Dingle were countered by Denis O’Neill and Martin Reilly raising white flags for Templenoe. In between, Pat Spillane almost got in for a second goal, only to see his effort come off the post. Seoirse Durrant slotted over a 45 for Dingle, but once again Templenoe replied in kind with the returning Brian Crowley pointing from play. Then came Dingle’s first goal from Conor Geaney to give them a three points cushion that would pretty much put them in the driving seat for the remainder of the contest. The half ended with Conor Geaney and Barra Ó Súilleabháin trading scores with Sean Sheehan and Brian Crowley to leave three points between the sides at the interval.

Half Time Score: Templenoe 1-06, Dingle 1-09.

The second half started with Pat Spillane showing great determination to battle his way through the Dingle defence, before kicking over a neat point for the hosts. The next 10 minutes saw both sides cancel each out with two points each, but then Dingle started getting on top around the middle of the field and they would make their dominance count. Between the 11th minute and the 15th minute, Dingle hit four unanswered points courtesy of Seoirse Durrant (45), Brian Ó Dubháin, Conor Geaney and Barra Ó Súilleabháin to extend their lead to five points. Soon after, the visitors put the game to bed when a precision pass from Niall Ó Géibheannaigh to Seoirse Durrant resulted in the latter fisting the ball to the net from close range for Dingle’s second goal. Conor Geaney added another point for the West Kerrymen in what turned out to be their last score, but they had already done enough to bag the brace of county league points on offer. Templenoe though to their credit did finish the game strongly with Brian Crowley (2 frees) and Pat Spillane reducing the margin to seven points before the final whistle.

Final Score: Templenoe 1-12, Dingle 2-16. 

Scorers:

Templenoe: Pat Spillane 1-02, Brian Crowley 0-05 (0-03f), Sean Sheehan 0-02, Kieran McCarthy 0-01, Denis O’Neill 0-01, Martin Reilly 0-01.

Dingle: Conor Geaney 1-08 (0-04f), Seoirse Durrant 1-02 (0-02 45), Barra Ó Súilleabháin 0-02, Brian Ó Dubháin 0-02, Pól Ó Dubháin 0-01, Breandán Ó Céileachair 0-01. 

Teams:

Templenoe: Danny Cahalane, Dan O’Conor, Kieran O’Neill, Joseph Sheehan, Martin Reilly, John Spillane, Kieran McCarthy, Sean Sheehan, Tom Spillane, Colm Breen, Brian Crowley, Pat Spillane, Denis O’Neill, John Rice, John Moriarty,

Subs: Conor Murphy.

Dingle: Seán Ó Flaitheartaigh, Conor Ó Flannúra, Tom Leo O'Súilleabháin, Conor Ó’Súilleabháin, Micheál Ó Baoighill, Aodhán Ó Conchúir, Breandán Ó Céileachair, Micheál Ó Slatara, Barra Ó Súilleabháin, Niall Ó Géibheannaigh, Pól Ó Dubháin, Seoirse Durrant, Brian Ó Dubháin, Conor Geaney, Déaglán Ó Dubháin.

Subs: Lúcás Ó Conaill, Brian Ó Conaill, Seán B Ó Brosnacháin, Cathal Mac a'tSithigh. 

     

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