Club Fixtures and Results:
Knocknagoshel seniors lost out to Moyvane in round two of the North Kerry league by two points on Sunday last.
The game was played on a rain sodden pitch and the strong winds at times militated against free flowing play. It was a credit to both sets of players who fought it out under the conditions and some excellent scores were taken by both sides. Knocknagoshel had much the better of the first half going in at half time with a lead of 2-5 to 0-3.
As the wind and rain intensified during the second half Knocknagoshel found themselves with their backs to the wall against a Moyvane onslaught.
Two Moyvane goals with one coming from the penalty spot were the key scores as Moyvane edged in front before the final whistle. Final score Moyvane 2-10 Knocknagoshel 2-8. Knocknagoshel will welcome Duagh to Willie Walsh Park on Sunday next with an earlier throw in time of 12noon. Membership fees can be paid at this match to club officers present.
Minors to Take on St. Pat’s
Knocknagoshel/Brosna will travel to Blennerville on this Saturday, March 4th to play St. Pat’s in the county minor league with a throw in time of 4pm. Commiserations to John Walsh who played at left half back with CBS Tralee in the Corn Uí Mhuirí final losing out to St Brendan’s of Killarney. John will return to action for his school in the Frewen Cup.
Huge Level of Talent at Scór na bPáistí
The finals of the Castleisland District Scór na bPáistí were held in Knocknagoshel Community Centre on Sunday last. A massive crowd attended and were not disappointed with the level of talent displayed. The next round will be held on Saturday March 11th in the Convent Hall, Castleisland. Well done to all the Knocknagoshel winners. The results are as follows:
Solo Singing: 1st Cornelia Mangan, Knocknagoshel; 2nd. Amy McCarthy, Desmonds. Instrumental Music: 1st Knocknagoshel. Storytelling: 1st Katelyn Curtin, Knocknagoshel; 2nd Hannah Herlihy, Desmonds. Sean Nos Dancing: 1st Aoifa Roche, Currow. Novelty Act: 1st Ballymac; 2nd Knocknagoshel. Set Dancing: 1st Currow; 2nd Scartaglin. Dancing: 1st Ballymac Boys Club. Ballad Group: 1st Knocknagoshel; 2nd Desmonds.
Knocknagoshel Boys acquitted themselves well in the finals of the U-13 Futsal competition. Many future stars of our club were playing in the competition. They lost out to Glenflesk by a single goal in the semi final after it went to extra time but went on to beat Duagh/Lyre in the shield final.
Knocknagoshel GAA Registration:
Knocknagoshel GAA will hold an under age registration on Sunday March 12th at 12 O’Clock at the football field. Registration fees are €20 per child or €30 per family.
Coaching Course 2017
Foundation Level Coaching Course will be held on this Saturday March 4th at 10a.m in St Michael’s College, Listowel. Award 1 Youth Coaching Course will be held on the following dates: Monday, March 6th at 7pm; Monday, March 13th at 7pm and Saturday, March 18th at 10am in St. Michael’s College, Listowel.
€5,800 Lotto Draw at O’Connor’s Bar
The next draw will be for an impressive jackpot of €5,800 and will be held in O’Connor’s Bar on this Saturday March 4th at 10p.m. Tickets are available from The Family Shop, Leahy’s Post Office, the local bars and usual sellers. Thank you for your continued support.
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