Killarney Legion 3-11 Currow 1-8
Another steady performance by the seniors saw them get the better of a competitive Currow side in Derreen.Despite an early Tom Moriarty goal the visitors struck by for a goal of their own and matched the home side for most of the first half.However the Legion defence once again showed strongly and with David Gleeson not putting a ball astray from kickouts the last 10 minutes of the first half saw a steady stream of points from the Legion forwards to leave the halftime score Legion 1-8 Currow 1-2.
Just as in the game against Kenmare the week before the Legion had to face into a strong wind but apart from a short spell they steadily improved and were rewarded with another Tom Moriarty goal and with Jack O Neill excelling at midfield the supply of good ball led to Colm Ó Cuiv cleverly flicking to the Currow net to open a 9pt.gap.Good performances again all round and non better than Ciarán Lyne who put in a fine shift.
U14 COUNTY LEAGUE
Killarney Legion 5-16 Kenmare Shamrocks 2-10
A sound start to the county league campaign saw the u14’s get a good win over Kenmare in Derreen.
LÁ DON DIALANN
A date for the diary – our church gate collection will be held on Easter Sunday so we would ask members to submit their names for the different church masses.
THE SEM DOUBLE
Congratulations to St.Brendans and especially to Robert Osborne,Cian Gammell,Micheal Devlin,Barry Slattery and Darren Looney the Legion lads involved as they retained their Hogan Cup title and in the process made it four in a row for Kerry Colleges.18 points is nice kicking in any mans language.
Saturday saw the annual visit of Austin Stacks to Derreen with their Academy youngsters and again another resounding success for all those involved.For most it was the first time to face another club on the playing field and hopefully will set them on a long and successful playing career.
ANOTHER ALL IRELAND!
The very best of luck to Killarney Celtic on their fantastic voyage through the F.A.I.Junior Cup as they tackle the Dubs – Sheriff Y.C.
As Kerry have qualified for the National League final the county league game against Kilcummin will now be played on Saturday 8th.April at 6 p.m.in Derreen,and we wish Kerry good luck in the final.
Winning no’s – 7,10,14,27.No winner.Lucky dips – (1)Danny Bowe,Lake Hotel.(2)Pat Reilly,c/o Linehans,(3)Sheila and the lads,St.Brendans Place,(4)Evelyn Curtis,Muckross Rd.(5)Donal O Sullivan Jnr.Kilcummin.Next weeks jackpot €7,600.Draw on Sunday 9th.April.