East Kerry GAA U21 Championship 2017

 Results -East Kerry GAA U21 Championship 2017

Final  – Under 21 ‘A’ Championship

Saturday 23 December 2017 

 

Dr Crokes  – 3-16 (25)

 

 

 

Gneeveguilla   4-06 (18)

 

 

Venue: Fitzgerald Stadium 

 

The Maurice Mottie O’Donoghue Perpetual Cup was presented to the Dr Crokes Captain, by Tim Ryan East Kerry CLG Chairman

 

The Maurice [Mottie] O’Donoghue Perpetual Cup  honours Glenflesks player who died tragically in 1990 aged 29. Maurice  a well-known personality and successful businessman played football at all levels with Glenflesk from an early age, all through from U12 to Senior. Maurice played a number of trial games for the Kerry U21 team in1982. Glenflesk CLG committee decided to present a Cup in memory of the late Maurice Mottie ODonoghue, at a meeting on 12 November 1991, for an East Kerry competition (club minutes). Rathmore were the first winners of the Maurice Mottie ODonoghue Cup as recorded in the clubs Secretarys Report, for the 1992 AGM Our team were beaten in the first round by Rathmore who went on to win the Maurice Mottie ODonoghue Cup which was presented for the first time.     

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Result – Final  – Under 21 ‘B’ Championship

Sunday 10 December 2017 Venue: Farranfore

    

     

   

 Firies     5-21 

 Kilcummin  2-05

 

 

 

 

The Pa Doyle Memorial Cup was presented to Firies Captain Seamus Barry by East Kerry Vice Chairman Johnny Brosnan

 

The Pa Doyle Memorial Cup honours Killarney Legions  Pa Doyle. Pa served as Vice Chairman of Legion and also devoted much of his time promoting Hurling in Killarney. He was a member of the Executive of the Killarney Hurling Club, which won the South Kerry Hurling league teams on 3 occasions in the early 1960s. The team reached the 1968 County Championship Final and won the title in 1969, with Clare County Hurler, Pat Cronin, as trainer. Pa was involved in an all out effort to foster juvenile Hurling, in the 1970s with an all out effort to get Killarney Hurling back to the top of Kerry Hurling. The Pa Doyle Memorial Cup was presented to Bord Chiarra Thoir, by his family, in May 2008. Currow CLG was the first club to win the Pa Doyle Memorial Cup. 

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Results  – Semi Finals  – Under 21 ‘A’ Championship

Friday 15 December 2017 

 Dr Crokes  – 3-11

 

 

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  Spa  – 0-11

 

 

 

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Saturday 16 December 2017  at 2pm

Gneeveguilla  3-10

 

 

V

Rathmore GAA Club

 

Rathmore    0-14

 

 

 

Final = Dr Crokes V  Gneeveguilla – Saturday 23 December 2017 at 2pm

Venue: Fitzgerald Stadium

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Fixture – Final  – Under 21 ‘A’ Championship

Saturday 23 December 2017 at 2pm

East Kerry Under 21 A Championship Final

Dr Crokes  V  Gneeveguilla 

Venue: Fitzgerald Stadium 

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