Ryan Dennehy on Kerry U-14 Primary School Team
The honours continue for Cordal and Cordal GAA Club in 2017. Ryan Dennehy from Ardmona, Cordal pulled on the Kerry jersey for the first time, to represent his school, Gaelscoil Aogáin and Cordal GAA Club.
Ryan played in the Kerry Primary Schools’ Game at half-time in Cusack Park, Ennis on Sunday June 11th. during the Kerry versus Clare Munster Senior Football Championship game.
Playing in the half-forward line, Ryan did very well and finished his contribution by getting on the score sheet with a goal.
Ryan’s Currow uncles, Pa and Jack Dennehy also donned the colours of their county and, to fly the Cordal flag, his cousin, Kayla O’Connor is already an All-Ireland medal winning Kerry footballer.
Cordal/Scartaglin Under 16’s start their campaign with Round 1 of Division 7 of the Lee Strand County League with an away fixture to John Mitchel’s on Wednesday 21st of June. For Round 2 the team will welcome Asdee/Ballylongford to Cordal on Wednesday, June 28th.
Best of luck to the team and their mentors for the season ahead.
Cordal U-14 Well Represented
Cordal was well represented in the Castleisland District team which played East Kerry in the Under 14 County Championship Final which was held in John Mitchel’s GAA Complex on Wednesday 14th June. The club was ably represented by: Conor Walsh, Keelan O’Donoghue, David Griffin, Ryan Dennehy and Sean Fealey.
U-12s Proudly Fly Cordal Colours
Our U-12s return to Connolly Park, the home of Austin Stacks to proudly represent Cordal in Division 9 of the Lee Strand County League. This game was postponed due to the sudden passing of Jimmy Roche.
The U-12s also play Sneem/Derrynane in the rescheduled Round 4 of the Lee Strand County League on Friday, June 23rd in Cordal at 7.30pm.
Please turn out and support the players and their mentors as they continue to represent their jersey and club with pride.
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