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Club News 23/6/19

posted 23 Jun 2019, 15:31 by Laune Rangers
LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday 23rd June 2019. There was no winner of the €7,600 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 01 – 03 – 13 – 14. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Mike O’Grady; €50 Eileen Jones – sold by Jackos; €25 L Laide; €25 Anne Doyle – sold by Pat Pigott. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €7,800. 

SENIOR FIXTURE: Laune Rangers travel to Castlegregory in Round 7 of the County Senior Football League Division Four. The game takes place on Sunday next, June 30th at 2pm in Páirc an Caisleáin, Castlegregory. The club are organizing a supporter’s bus to Castlegregory for the game. Contact Glen on 087 765 4967.

SENIOR LADIES: Laune Rangers Senior Ladies are away to Currow in the County League on Monday, June 24th at 7:30pm.

MINOR FIXTURE: Laune Rangers take on Dr Crokes in the first round of the County Minor Championship group stage. The game takes place on Tuesday next, June 25th at 7:30pm in Lewis Road, Killarney.

JUNIOR – MID KERRY: Laune Rangers ended their Mid Kerry Junior League campaign on Tuesday evening, with a draw at home against Milltown/Castlemaine. Laune Rangers missed a number of chances early on and Milltown got ahead of Rangers as a result – points by Oisín Daly, Cian O’Shea and Mark O’Connor nullified by two goals (one from a penalty) and two points for Milltown to see the visitors leading by five with 22 mins played. However, Rangers ended the half strongly and led by the short whistle. Eamonn Carey & Colm O’Shea (2) pointed before Colm O’Shea finished well from close range for a goal. Another Oisín Daly point was cancelled out by one for Milltown to leave Rangers leading by the minimum at the break. Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-7, Milltown/Castlemaine 2-3. Cian O’Shea pointed in the opening minute of the second half but Milltown immediately replied with a goal at the other end, adding a point a minute later. A Cian O’Shea pointed free was a short reprieve as Milltown added a fourth goal in between a brace of points to lead by six points. A Liam Quirke point left Rangers trailing by 1-10 to 4-6 with a quarter to play. Rangers began to come back into the game, and sustained pressure saw them awarded two penalties in as many minutes – Cian O’Shea dispatching both to the net to give Rangers the lead. Milltown/Castlemaine responded well, and pointed two late frees to take the lead approaching the end of regulation time. However, on their last attack, Rangers equalized with a fantastic score from Patrick Daly to see the spoils shared. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 3-11, Milltown/Castlemaine 4-8. With one win, two draws and two defeats (one by a solitary point), Rangers do not progress to the Mid Kerry Junior Final. They continue to compete in the County Junior League and will have a Junior Cup to look forward to late in the summer. Laune Rangers:- Padraig Ahern, Morgan O’Sullivan, Darren O’Riordan, Darragh O’Shea, Oisín Daly (0-2), Liam Quirke (0-1), James Lynch, Mark Healy, Shane Daly, Cian O’Shea (2-3), Colm O’Shea (1-2), Eric Dunlea, Mark O’Connor (0-1), Gavin O’Shea, Eamonn Carey (0-1). Subs: Francis Russell, Colm O’Mahony, Patrick Daly (0-1), Dáire Clifford Adrian Murphy, Paudie O’Shea.

JUNIOR – COUNTY: A strong Laune Rangers outfit had a comfortable home win against Spa on Friday evening in the County Junior League. Mike Frank Russell pointed three times (1 free) to Spa’s two to leave Rangers ahead by the minimum when the first goal of the game came through Patrick Daly – Colm O’Mahony starting the move before Mark O’Connor’s shot was saved and rebounded to the feet of Daly. With fifteen minutes played, Laune Rangers led by 1-3 to 0-2. Kieran Doona, Eamonn Carey and Mike Frank all pointed before Spa registered their third point, but two more goals through Mark O’Connor & Mike Frank Russell as well as a Mike Frank pointed free left Rangers in command at the break. Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 3-7, Spa Killarney 0-3. It was all one way traffic in the second half. Eamonn Carey, Mike Frank Russell, Gavin O’Shea (3), & Patrick Daly all added points before Oisín Daly added Rangers’ fourth goal. A Kieran Doona point left Rangers leading by 4-14 to 0-3 with a quarter to play. Cian O’Shea added a brace before Spa scored their first point of the second half, and the visitors added to their tally soon afterwards. However, Rangers kept adding to their lead, with Mike Frank Russell (bringing his tally to 1-7) and Cian O’Shea adding points before the final whistle. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 4-18, Spa Killarney 0-5. Laune Rangers:- Padraig Ahern, Pierce Tyther, Darren O’Riordan, Darragh O’Shea, Liam Quirke, Michael O’Sullivan, Colm O’Mahony, Mark Healy, Colm O’Shea, Cian O’Shea (0-3), Kieran Doona (0-2), Patrick Daly (1-1), Mark O’Connor (1-0), Michael F Russell (1-7), Eamonn Carey (0-2). Subs: Oisín Daly (1-0), John Sheehan, Gavin O’Shea (0-3), Daragh O’Connor, Dáire Clifford, Francis Russell.

UNDER 16 BOYS: Laune Rangers have two teams competing in the County Under 16 Leagues this year – the Blue Team in Division 1 and the White Team in Division 7. In Killorglin on Wednesday evening last, Laune Rangers Blue hosted Firies in Round 1 of the Division 1 competition. Rangers led by 0-8 to 0-4 at Half Time – Eoghan Hassett (5), Jack O’Sullivan (2) and Calum Moriarty scoring. An excellent Callum Russell pointed 45 was followed by an Eoghan Hassett tap-in goal to put Rangers eight points ahead just three minutes into the second half. However, Firies didn’t let their heads drop and began to eat into the deficit, scoring three points in succession. Rangers came back again and pointed through Jack Healy, Eoghan Hassett, Callum Russell (45) and Marc Clifford to stretch their lead once more. A Firies goal gave them momentum, and they were awarded a penalty a couple of minutes later that they duly dispatched. Two pointed frees and one from play. Firies had now wiped out an eight point deficit to lead by the minimum with ten minutes to play. Eoghan Hassett kicked a great point to bring his tally for the night to 1-7 from play, but Firies scored two points (1 free) to take a lead into injury time. Callum Russell pointed a free – the first awarded to Rangers inside the opposition 45 of the game – deep in injury time, but time would run out and Firies picked up the win. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-15, Firies 2-13. Eoghan Hassett and Jack O’Sullivan were dangerous whenever they got on the ball on the night, while both goalkeepers made some great saves – Jake Reenstierna pulling off a couple of great close range stops for Rangers. Laune Rangers:- Jake Reenstierna, Cathal Crowley, Matt Reenstierna, Eoin Lynch, James Treacy, Calum Moriarty (0-1), Ciarán O’Sullivan, Darragh Mangan, Callum Russell (capt, 0-3), James Byrne, Eoghan Hassett (1-7), Jack O’Sullivan (0-2), Mikey O’Donnell, Darragh O’Grady, Marc Clifford (0-1). Subs: Jack Healy (0-1), Patrick Brennan. The White Team travelled to Ballybunion, and were defeated on the evening by Beale. Full Time Score:- Beale 1-12, Laune Rangers 1-6. Laune Rangers White:- Adam Carey, James Prendiville, Aona O’Shea, Daniel Evans, Killian Spillane, Joe Cronin Langham, Eoghan Joy, Cillian Foley, Cathal O’Callaghan, Tom Whittleton, Darragh Evans, David Crowley, Adam Owens

UNDER 16 BOYS FIXTURES: Both Laune Rangers Under 16 Boys teams are away from home on Wednesday evening next, June 26th in the County Leagues. The Blue Team travel to Glenflesk in Division 1, while the White Team travel south to play Templenoe/Sneem/Derrynane in Division 7. Both games throw in at 7pm.

UNDER 14 BOYS: The Central Region Under 14 Leagues got underway on Monday evening, with Laune Rangers ‘Blue’ winning at home to Ballymacelligott in Round 1 of Division 1. Early goals by Eoin O’Connell and Jack Lynch were supplemented by points by Lynch and John Tuohy (2) to leave 2-3 on the board for Rangers before Ballymac registered their first score with a goal. Rangers continued to mount the pressure, and Tim Mangan (2), Darragh Clifford and Seánie Diggin to see Rangers leading by 2-7 to 1-0 with a quarter played. Ballymac scored their first points of the evening before Rian O’Sullivan and Jack Lynch (2) replied at the other end, but the visitors staged a comeback of sorts before the break and scored an unanswered 1-3 get back into the game. Jack Lynch pointed the last score of the half to see Rangers leading by six at the short whistle. Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 2-11, Ballymacelligott 2-5. Jack Lynch opened the 2nd half scoring before Ballymac scored their third goal, following it up with a point shortly afterwards. Tim Mangan and Jack Lynch added points for Rangers, but a fourth Ballymac goal left the visitors trailing by just two points. However, Laune Rangers responded in good fashion, and Jack Lynch hit the net for Rangers third goal of the game. With fifteen minutes to play, Rangers led by 3-14 to 4-6. Laune Rangers scored their fourth and fifth goals through Andrew Owens and Darragh Clifford in quick succession to wrap up the contest, and Conor Buckley got his name on the scoresheet with two well taken points. Andrew Owens kicked Rangers last scores of the game at either end of a final Ballymac flurry where they scored their fifth goal and two late points. The final whistle was blown to see Rangers come out on top in an exciting, high scoring contest. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 5-18, Ballymacelligott 5-8. There were some excellent scores kicked on both sides, but some of the passing and interplay on the Rangers team really caught the eye. The spread of scorers was also impressive – nine players got on the scoresheet for the Laune, including both midfielders and all six starting forwards. Laune Rangers:- Patryk Radny, David O’Brien, Tom Garry, Devon Hogan, Oisín Birmingham, Shane Clifford, Colin Griffin, Eoin O’Connell (1-0), Tim Mangan (0-3), John Tuohy (0-2), Jack Lynch (2-6), Rian O’Sullivan (0-1), Seán Diggin (0-1), Darragh Clifford (1-1), Andrew Owens (1-2). Subs: Matthew Spillane, Logan Foley, Conor Buckley (0-2), Stephen Gannon, Niall T O’Brien, Gavin Mangan.

UNDER 14 BOYS FIXTURES: The Central Region Under 14 Leagues continue this Monday evening. Laune Rangers Blue team have a bye while the White Team are away to St Pats in Blennerville. Throw in 7pm.

KERRY: Well Done to both Kerry Squads and Managements on the double Munster Championship success in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Special congratulations to our own Gearóid Hassett who lined out and scored two points for the Minors.

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