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 Five Allianz Cumann na mBunscol finals were decided in windy but dry Austin Stacks Park and once again we were treated to some tremendous displays of football. No blanket defence but all- out attacking football. Bhí an-tráthnóna ag na foirne ón nGaeltacht. Bhuaigh Scoil Náisiúnta an Chlocháin agus Scoil Náisiúnta Ceann Trá an chéad dhá chraobh ach bhuaigh Tairbeart ar Scoil Eoin Baiste Lios Póil sa triú cluiche.

                                                       Scoil An Chlocháin   7-3 Scoil Náisiúnta an Fhoil Mhór 2-3

 In Allianz Cumann na mBunscol 2 Teacher Final  last year’s champions were well tested by a young Foilemore team in the opening half as they trailed 1-2 to 2-1 at the break but while wind assisted they failed to take all their scoring chances in the opening half and though they went toe to toe with their West Kerry opponents in the opening minutes of the second hald the champions finished strongly to retain their title. For foilemore Captain Donagh Sugrue, Enda Sheehan, killian Cronin and Aodán Ó Sullivan were best while supreme goal scorers Paidí Mac Gearailt, Timmy ó Cléirigh along with James ó Neill, Éabha Ní Laighin and Orla Ní Chonchubhair were in sparkling form for Scoil an Chlocháin.

                                                                                                                                                                                              

Scoil Náisiúnta an Fhoil Mhór.  Aidan Fogarty, Aodhán Ó Sullivan, Jack Griffin, Donagh Sugrue(c), Kevin Griffin, Enda Sheehan, Killian Cronin, Denis Ryan, John Moriarty, Daniel Moriarty, Seán Quirke, Tiarnach Collins, John Kavanagh, Jayden Corcoran, Liam Becker Clifford

Scoil An Chlocháin                                                                                                                                                                     Diarmuid Mac GearailtJames Ó NéillJeaic Ó GráinneTimmy Ó CléirighÉabha Ní LaighinPáidí Mac GearailtOrla Ní ChonchubhairGemma Ní ShúilleabháinPadma Ní BhrodaighEmily Ní DhubhdaSéamus Ó ChonchubhairKelly Ní ChonchubhairCaoimhe Ní ShúilleabháinAbbie Ní NéillLily Ní ChonchubhairRuadhán Ó CoileáinJago Ó BrodaighBarra Ó hÉanachánCormac Ó CatháinAbigail Ní DhubhdaChloe Nic GearailtChristina Ní Chorcara

                                                             3 Teacher Ceann Trá 4-7 Knockanes 3-4. 

In the Allianz Cumann na mBunscol 3 Teacher final Ceann Trá made amends for last year’s final defeat with a thundering finish to claim the title in a fiercely competitive game. Knockanes opened the scoring with an excellent goal from Jamie Moynihan and led 1-1 to 0-3 at the break. Cian Ó Cinnéide and Cathal ó Dufaigh were mist prominent for Ceann Trá during this period. Only a point separated the sides with minutes remaining as Ceann Trá led 3-5 to 3-4 but the West Kerry team landed a further 1-2 to claim the title in an excellent game. For Knokanes Tadhg Herlihy, James O’ Connor, Aoibhinn Gleeson and scorer supreme Jamie Moynihan were best while producing an excellent all round team performance the efforts of  Cathal ó Dufaigh, Eoghan ó Fiannachta and top scorer Cian ó Cinnéide,  are worthy of special mention for Ceann Trá.

Ceann Trá. Cian ó Gallchobhair, Cillian Mac Conmara, Ben de Brún, Cuán ó Fiannachta, Cathal ó Dufaigh, Leo de Brún, Séamus ó Grífín, Cian ó Cinnéide, Eoghan ó Fiannachta, Isla Ní Gháirnéir, Orlaith Nic an Rí, Claire Piras Ní Chíobháin, Katie Ní hÉalaithe

 

Knockanes. Brian O’ Connor Dennehy, Katie O’ Connor, Dennehy           Tadhg Herlihy, James O’ Connor, Aoibhinn Gleeson, Jamie Moynihan, Abby Marie Cronin, James Kelly, Aoife O’ Connor. Subs.Jayden Kelly, Kiera O’ Sullivan,  Aoise O’ Donoghue,  Abby Doherty, Cliona Moynihan,  Sarah Dineen,  Darren O’ Sullivan D’Arcy, Muireann Healy

                                             4/5 Teacher Shield. Tarbert NS 3-7 Scoil Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil 0-6

The first-half of this 4/5 teacher decider was nip and tuck as both teams tried to stomp their authority on the game.Tarbert led by a solitary point when Michael Coolahan raised the green flag to give them a nice cushion going in at the break, 1-5 to 0-4.

Playing with the elements in the second half, the Shannonsiders took control with two fantastic goals from Aidan Healy and Pádraig Finucane putting them in an unassailable lead. Lios Póil, to their credit, tried valiantly to the end with scores from Rónán Ó Conchuir and Pádraig Ó Mainín but it was not to be.

Tarbert’s excellent captain Shaun Wren raised the winning shield.

 Scoil Eoin Baiste Lios Póil. Paddy Ó Duibhginn, Liam Mac a’tSíthigh, Domhnall Ó Baróid, Tadhg Ó Cathail, Jack Ó Duibhir, Pádraig Ó Muircheartaigh (Captaen), Ella Ní Ainiféin, Rónán Ó Conchúir, Seán Mac Gearailt, Oisín Ó Dubhda, Pádraig Ó Mainín, Mícheál Ó Grifín, Mícheál Ó Dubháin, Rónán Ó Cathail, Méabh Ní Dhúbhda, Jamie Ó Loingsigh, Jessie Ní Loingsigh, Tom Ó Neachtain, Ríona Ní Ghealbháin, Kate Ní Shúilleabháin, Máiréad Ní Dhubhaigh, Aisling Nic Phiarais, Lile Ní Ghairbhí, Ella Ní Dheargáin, Jamie Ó Dubháin, Tiarnan Ó Loingsigh, Kieran Ó Catháin

Tarbert. ThadyMulvihill, Dylan Kennedy, Shane Stack,  Shaun Wren, Aidan Healy, Dónal Finucane,  Micheal Coolahan, Mikey Carmody, Lee Mulvihill, Pádraig Finucane,  Tadgh O’ Connell, Eoin Normile,  Jack Walsh,  Cathal Halton, Cillian Haugh, Séamus Carrig,  Shéa Culhane, Robert Fitzell, Liam Musgrave 

 

  1.  4/5 Teacher. St. Brendan’s Fenit 6-9 Barraduff, NS. 2-6 

In the Allianz Cumann na mBunscol 4/5 Teacher final this St. Brendan’s squad from Fenit were in devastating form and produced a top class performance to claim their first cup title. Having won the Shield last year with a young team they really blossomed this year and were convincing winners in all of their games on route to the final. Barraduff the East Kerry champions  tried their best but found the free flowing attacking football of the Fenit team difficult to break down and trailed 3-4 to 0-2 at the break. Barraduff  came more and more into the game in the second half but with outstanding performers in captain Ryan Hickey, Billy Doyle, Hugh and Maurice Lenihan St. Brendan’s were not to be denied their first title.. For Barraduff Daniel Murphy, Diarmaid Furlong and Pierce Moynihan were best.

Barraduff NS. Morgan  Landy, Brian Murphy, Lee Kell, Daniel Murphy, Mark BrosnaN,  Diarmuid Furlong, Cian O Connor, Niamh Cantillon, Stephen O Sullivan, Pearce Moynihan,  Neilus Cronin, Jamie Daly, Seán Forrestal, Maura O Sullivan,  Mikey O Donoghue, Ross Murphy, Patrick O Riordan, Daniel Brosnan,  Ryan Hickey.

 SN Naomh Breandán, Fenit Conor O’Sullivan,  Ryan Hickey  (capt), Alex Tuite, Jayden Deady, Tom Quilter,  Billy Doyle, Hugh Lenihan, Sean Hickey, Maurice Lenihan, Sé O’Neill,  Bobby Sugrue,  Billy Clifford, Eamon Hickey, Tadhg Murphy, Garry Egan, Roman Carey McGibney

Div. 1 Scoil Eoin Balloonagh. 4-11 Scoil Naomh Bríd Dubh Áth 1-8   

Scoil Eoin Balloonagh captured their first division 1 title with a scintillating performance against a gallant Duagh outfit who won their fair share of possession but found it difficult to break through the Scoil Eoin defence. When Scoil Eoin dispossessed their opponents they counter attacked at speed through Tomás Kennedy who supplied the inside forwards and they struck for early goals to settle the Tralee side through Jake O Connor, Paddy Lane. Mid way through Ben Murphy came forward from defence and was at the end of a move and he landed goal number three as Scoil Eoin held a 3-2 to 0-1 early advantage. Duagh fought back to reduce the deficit at the break 3-3 to 0-5 but try as they did they couldn’t penetrate the Tralee defence for goals. Mikey Kelly landed three of the points with Joseph Maher and Mike Galvin slotting over a point each. A Daniel Kirby point and two more from Paddy Lane extended the Scoil Eoin lead and though Duagh responded with a well taken goal and a point from wing forward Joseph Maher it wasn’t to be their day. Mikey Kelly added two further points but the all round stronger Tralee team finished with a flurry to claim the title and Thomas Kennedy accepted the trophy on behalf of his school.

 

 

Scoil Eoin Balloonagh,   1 Stephen Conway,2 Bao Foley 3 Daniel Kirby 4 Breandán Meehan 5 Jack Costello 6 Ben Murphy 7 Kevin O Donoghue 8 Tomás Kennedy Capt 9 Seán Heaslip 10 Jake O Connor 11 Fionán Ryan 12 Jake Carmody 13 Darragh Morris 14 Paddy Lane 15 Adam Evans 16 Conor Galvin17 Darragh O Shea18 Ruairí Kennedy19Paddy Mc Elligott20 Jack Shanahan21 Johnny Dawson22 Adam Dar23 Ciarán Griffin24 Leon O Connor 

 

Scoil Naomh Bhríd Dubh Áth. Jake Heffernan, Dermot O'Brien, Dylan Stack, Josh Quilter, Timmy O'Connell,  Gavin Dillon, Ronan Sheridan, Luke Sheridan,  Mike Galvin (Captain),  Joe O'Connell,  Mikey Kelly, Joseph Maher,  Jack Collins,  Dylan Buckley, Saoirse Dillon, Jack O'Carroll (Sub Keeper), Jack Sheehy,  Oran Doorley,  Luke Collins, Denis Gould,  P.J. Dowling, Edmund Finucane, Amie Sheehy, Amie Woods, Angharad Cudlipp,  James Dillon, Cillian McMahon, Ryan Stack.














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