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Club News 25/8/19

posted 25 Aug 2019, 14:37 by Laune Rangers
The Laune Rangers Under 13 side that won the Shield competition at the Rose Cup on Saturday - photo courtesy of Liz Doyle!

TICKETS: The draw for the club's allocation of All Ireland Final tickets will take place on Monday evening at 8:30pm at our clubrooms in JP O'Sullivan Park. All members welcome to attend.

LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday 25th August 2019. There was no winner of the €9,400 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 01 – 04 – 19 – 23. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Catherine Buckley - sold by Pat Foley; €50 Margaret Byrne - sold at CYMS; €25 Eamon Crowley - sold by Pat Pigott; €25 Noel Prendiville - standing order. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €9,600.

FUNDRAISING RAFFLE: Laune Rangers are running a fundraising raffle, with a prize of 2 Stand Tickets to the All Ireland Football Final – along with €250 cash – to be won. Each entry costs just €3. Draw cards are available in various shops/pubs in Killorglin or alternatively, entries can be made ONLINE NOW!!

MINOR: Laune Rangers are Central Region Minor Division 1 Champions for 2019 following with victory over Renard/St Marys in the Final, which was played in Cromane on Thursday evening. Following a good start by Rangers, where Ronan O’Shea (free) & James Hurley pointed in the opening minutes, the South Kerry outfit settled and scored three points in succession (2 frees) to take the lead. A Gearóid Hassett point levelled matters again and, after Renard/Marys had replied to a Shane Doona point with one of their own, Roan Moriarty and Ronan O’Shea (free) added points to leave Rangers ahead by 0-5 to 0-4 with a quarter played. Rangers points through Matt Leslie & Gabe Griffin (2) put them four ahead and could have stretched the lead further, but a double save from first Stephen Sealy & then Shane Doona kept the ball out of the net. Renard/St Marys pointed a free, but Ronan O’Shea replied with a pointed free at the other end to see Rangers leading by four at the break. Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 0-10, Renard/St Marys 0-6. Laune Rangers hit the net in the first play of the second half as great play down the left flank set Gearóid Hassett through, and he unselfishly passed the ball across the square for Ronan O’Shea to tap it in. However, Renard/Marys responded immediately and had hit the net at the other end within a minute to get back to within four points. Another swift attack in the opposite direction almost saw the game’s third goal in just two minutes, but Gearóid Hassett’s shot missed by inches. Two points for Renard/Marys halved the deficit, but a Matt Leslie pointed free put Rangers three ahead again. Eoin Clifford pointed excellently, while Gearóid Hassett added another to see Rangers ahead by 1-13 to 1-8 with a quarter to play. The final quarter was low scoring – which suited Rangers just fine – but it was the Renard/Marys team that did most of the attacking. Ronan O’Shea pointed a free before it was cancelled out by a free at the other end in the 51st minute, which would prove to be the final score of the game. A 59th minute penalty for Renard/Marys gave them a great chance to get back into the game, but the spot kick was excellently saved by Jack Evans in the Rangers net to avoid a tense final couple of minutes. The remaining chances for the opposition were handled effectively by the Rangers backs and they held on to win. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-14, Renard/St Marys 1-9. Rangers backs did excellently at times of pressure, with Seán Cleary & James Hurley playing particularly well. The midfield/centre back triangle of Roan Moriarty, Rory O’Connor and David Mangan teamed up well, allowing those in front of them to attack. Laune Rangers Team:- Jack Evans, Seán Cleary, Matt Reenstierna, Evan Madden (capt), Eoin Clifford (0-1), David Mangan, James Hurley (0-1), Roan Moriarty (0-1), Rory O’Connor, Stephen Sealy, Gabriel Griffin (0-2), Matthew Leslie (0-2, 1f), Ronan O’Shea (1-4, 4f), Gearóid Hassett (0-2), Shane Doona (0-1). Subs used: Calum Moriarty, Conor Burke, Mikey O’Donnell.

JUNIOR: Laune Rangers will take part in the McElligott Cup this year, as they were defeated in Rd 1 of the Molyneaux Cup competition by Dr Crokes on Friday evening. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 0-13, Dr Crokes 1-15.

UNDER 16 GIRLS: Laune Rangers begin the East Kerry Under 16 Competition with an away trip against Dr Crokes. The game takes place on Thursday next, August 29th in Lewis Road – throw in time yet to be confirmed.

UNDER 14 BOYS: Laune Rangers have two teams in the Mid Kerry Under 14 Competition this year, and they faced off against each other in Round 1 on Tuesday evening! It was the Blue Team that came out on top on the night, pulling away in the final quarter. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers Blue 5-22, Laune Rangers White 5-6. Round Two takes place this Tuesday evening August 27th. Both sides are at home – the Blue side take on Keel/Listry in JP O’Sullivan Park while the White side face Glenbeigh/Glencar/Cromane in Cloon. Throw in for both games 7pm.

UNDER 13: Well Done to the Laune Rangers Under 13s who won the Shield Competition at the Rose Cup in Tralee on Saturday evening.

UNDER 12 BOYS: The Mid Kerry Under 12 Division 2 competition continued on Friday evening last with Laune Rangers White Team defeating Keel in JP O’Sullivan Park.


CLUB FUN DAY: Laune Rangers will be hosting a family Fun Day on Sunday, September 8th in JP O’Sullivan Park. More details to follow.

KERRY: The very Best of Luck to the Kerry Senior Squad & Management in next Sunday’s All Ireland Final, especially Laune Rangers Peter Crowley & Padraig Murphy, who forms part of Peter Keane’s management team.
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