Cordal v. Kenmare –East Kerry League
Cordal turned in a strong performance against Kenmare last week as part of the East Kerry League. The match was played last Saturday in Cordal.
The home side had a stellar first half and made serious gains against Kenmare including three goals; two by Michael Flynn and one by Padraig O’Connell.
At half time, under sunny conditions, the home side led by twelve points at 3-9 to 1-3.
During the second half Cordal maintained their dominance and led by fifteen points at full time with 3-16 to 1-7
The Cordal Team: 1 Sean O’Connell, 2 Flor Griffin, 3 Johnny O’Connor, 4 John Brosnan, 5 TJ O’Connor, 6 Padraig Brosnan, 7 Gary O’Leary, 8 Donal McCarthy, 9 Philip O’Connor, 10 Michael Flynn, 11 Brian Reidy, 12 Kieran Enright, 13 Billy Cronin, 14 Padraig O’Connell, 15 Jason Cronin. Subs: Sean Breathnach for Jason Cronin.
Cordal v. Beale – Cordal take on Beale in Round 4 of the Division 4 SFL. This game takes place on Sunday at 2pm in Cordal.
Cordal/Scart v. Austin Stacks – Cordal/Scart Minors take on Austin Stacks in the Division 1 Minor County League Semi-Final. This game is on Friday at 7pm in Connolly Park. Extra time if necessary.
Cordal B Team
The Cordal Senior B team are in Group 8 (13-a-side) along with Tarbert, Knocknagoshel, Duagh and Charlie Kerins. Round 1 is set for Friday, May 18th. There will be five rounds which will follow on to the semi-finals on July 20th and the final on Friday, August 3rd.
May Lotto at Kearney’s Bar
The Cordal GAA Club Lotto Jackpot for May is an enticing €5,000.
The May draw will take place in Kearney’s Bar, Castleisland. We have five €30 Lucky Dips to give away.
As always you can get your Lotto tickets from our sellers: Kearney’s Post Office or at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear.
You can also go to www.cordalgaa.com to play the club Lotto online. Please keep playing and supporting our club Lotto. However you play, the Best of Luck from Cordal GAA Club!
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