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Kerry Mini Sevens   13/10/2014

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Allianz Cumann na mBunscol GAA/INTO Mini Sevens Finals

Sixteen teams eight boys and eight girls teams will converge on Austin Stacks Park and the new John Mitchels grounds this Friday the 28th and battle it out for the top spot in the GAA/INTO mini sevens competition.

Commencing at 12.00 noon all participating teams will be guaranteed at least three games as the competition will be run on a round robin basis.

Allianz Cumann na mBunscol GAA/INTO Mini Sevens - East Kerry

East Kerry, the largest district in the competition, held their GAA/INTO Mini 7s on Wednesday the 19th and Thursday the 20th of March. The games were played in a glorious sporting manner in the Croke's Pitches on a round robin basis, ensuring that all 27 boys teams and all 27 girls teams played a minimum of three matches each. The district, as usual, enjoyed full participation, and a huge word of thanks goes out to all teachers and schools for taking part on the days. The boys final was a hard fought close contest with one point separating the Monastery national School, Killarney from Holy Family National School, Rathmore, with the Mon Boys finally achieving success over the historically successful Rathmore boys.

Moving onto the girls again one point separated the two teams in the final, with Fossa national School triumphant over a gallant Knockaderry national School.

Allianz Cumann na mBunscol GAA/INTO Mini Sevens - St Brendans Board

The St. Brendan's Board Mini Sevens were played in Healy Park Ballyrickard

Friday last the 21st in horrific weather conditions.The boys were first to face the elements with

Glenderry,Kilflynn,Blennerville,Gaelscoil Mhic Easmainn vying for top spot and a place in next Fridays county finals.In the opening game Glenderry and Gaelscoil finished level while Kilflynn overcame Blennerville.Kilflynn and Gaelscoil won their second game so the final game of the round robin series of games between these sides would decide which school would feature in Austin Stacks Park next Friday. In extremely difficult conditions the Gaelscoil boys wind assisted in the opening half registered 3-3 while Kilflynn failed to register. The Kilfynn boys showed tremendous character in the second half and scored an early goal danger the Gaelscoil boys registered a well worked them goal into the strengthening wind.Kilflynn landed another goal but with Cian Ó Dubháin,Jimmy O Súibhealláin,Éanna ó Conchúbhair and Tomás ó hAiniféin in inspiring form the Gaelscoil boys took the title held by the Kilflynn boys last year.

In the girl's competition also played on a round robin basis Ardfert and Gaelscoil Mhic Easmainn beat Abbeydorney and Blennerville in their opening games in round one and two. The final game between Ardfert and Gaelscoil would decide which team would represent the Brendan's Board schools in the county finals. Wind assisted the Gaelscoil led by 2-2 to 0-0 at the break. Ardfert dominated the second half and landed three good points but the goal they so desperately needed never materialised. Mary o Connell, Abi Ní Cathasaigh Aoife Ní Dhuilleáin agus Gráinne Mhóchair were outstanding for the Gaelscoil while Sinéad O Mahony,Ciara Mc Carthy,Caitlyn Brick and Eimear O Sullivan did best for Ardfert. 

Allianz Cumann na mBunscol GAA/INTO Mini Sevens – Kenmare District

Results from the Kenmare District:

Boys Final :

Kenmare National School beat Scoil Realt na Mara, Tousist

Girls Final:

Scoil Realt na Mara, Tousist beat Kenmare National School​