County U15

Ballydonoghue U-15s are for the third year in a row heading to the County finals next Thursday evening in Tralee as North Kerry Champions.They had to overcome a tough challenge from St.Senans to reach the final where they played near neighbours listowel Emmets in the Duagh GAA pitch on Saturday morning last.The form book would suggest that Emmets would be favourites to clinch this one as this age group in Ballydonoghue had struggled to win any silverware to date having lost three finals at U-14 last year, that made this victory all the more sweeter.As in all finals there was no quarter given but the sheer determination and will to win by the Ballydonoghue boys was enough to get them over the line on a score line of Listowel Emmets 2-07 Ballydonoghue 3-09.We want to wish the follwing panel of players and mentors the best of luck in the County Finals next Thursday time and venue (TBC)
Cian Mahony, Joseph Lynch, Daniel Power, Donal Doyle, Stephen Mason, Micheal Foley, Jack Behan, Michael Dee, Liam Kissane, Brian Mason (Capt) Michael Gogarty and Paddy Kissane.
Mentors PJ Foley, Denis Lynch, Michael Mason and Martin Sheehy.


The Quarter Finals of the Kerry U 15 Super Touch football took place last  Thursday night 10th October in Tralee..
In their semi final Ballydonoghue overcame Firies on a score line Ballydonoghue (4-09) Firies (3-10).
Panel: Cian Mahony, Joseph Lynch, Daniel Power, Donal Doyle, Stephen Mason, Micheal Foley, Jack Behan, Michael Dee, Liam Kissane, Brian Mason  Michael Gogarty and Paddy Kissane.
The Semi Finals and Final will take place in Caherslee GAA on Thursday October 16th at 6:00pm.
Ballydonogue v Annascaul/Lispole.  Na Gaeil v Dr Crokes. Both winners will play each other in the final at 7:00pm on the same evening. Last year we lost out in the final after extra time.


The Semi Finals and Final of the Kerry U 15 Super Touch football took place last Thursday night 17th October in Tralee.
In their semi final Ballydonoghue had a comprehensive win over Annascaul/Lispole on a score line Ballydonoghue (8-15) Firies (4-11). Final Ballydonoghue (6-11) Dr.Crokes ((9-10)
In the final we faced Dr. Crokes who had defeated Na Gaeil in the other semi-final. What a great final it turned out to be played at exhilarating pace with some fantastic scores being taken. Crokes had the better of the early exchanges but we came back into the game with Jack Behan and Cian O’Mahony goals. A late goal in the final seconds of the half left the score Bally/don (3-7) Dr. Crokes (4-8) at half time. It was hammer and tongs all through the second half with neither side giving an inch. But in the end there had to be a winner and it was Dr.Crokes with two late goals that finally broke clear. But we lost nothing in defeat and for an incredible second year in a row we just lost out at the final hurdle.    
Panel: John Scully, Joseph Lynch, Daniel Power, Donal Doyle, Stephen Mason, Micheal Foley, Jack Behan, Michael Dee, Liam Kissane, Cian Mahony, Brian Mason  Michael Gogarty, Paddy Kissane.
Mentors PJ Foley, Denis Lynch, Michael Mason and Martin Sheehy.

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