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Templenoe GAA have produced an online programme for the 2021 County League Div 2, Round 4 meeting of Templenoe v Piarsaigh Na Dromoda . You can now download this by clicking on the link. Please note there will be no printed programmes available at the game tomorrow. Click here to read the match day programme.

The GAA season is well underway and Templenoe have been very busy at all age groups playing matches.Last night the U17's played their first match in Division 4 of the Kerry Central Region with a victory away to Laune Rangers.

Below is a list of all matches played in June.

Annascaul 0-09, Templenoe 3-11.

Templenoe seniors made the long trip to Annascaul on Sunday and came away from Paddy Kennedy Park with a full share of the spoils following an eleven points win over the hosts.

The game was played in ideal conditions and Templenoe had the aid of a strong wind for the first half. However, it was the West Kerry outfit that opened the scoring with their midfielder Eamonn Hickson finding the range. Templenoe responded with Brian Crowley making space to allow him pop over the visitors first score. Jason Hickson who was unerring from placed balls throughout, slotted over 2 frees for Annascaul either side of contributions from Denis O’Neill and Patrick Clifford for Templenoe. Not to be outdone, Templenoe’s other wing back John Rice then got up the field to prove his scoring credentials. This made the score Annascaul 0-03, Templenoe 0-04 at the first water break. 

It was in the second quarter that the game really started to turn in Templenoe’s favour, with the away side outscoring the hosts by 0-00 to 1-03 in this period. Indeed Templenoe could even have got more, only for them to over hit some of their kick passes causing the ball to get carried by the breeze and tail off over the end line. A pointed free from Colin Crowley preceded the first goal of the game, which came about when Brian Crowley showed good vision to pick out the unmarked Josh Crowley Holland who unselfishly passed the ball across the square to the in-running Martin Reilly to palm the ball to the net. This put Templenoe firmly in the driving seat, from which they never looked back. Further points followed from Teddy Doyle and Josh Crowley Holland.

Half Time Score: Annascaul 0-03, Templenoe 1-07.

On resumption and despite the prospect of playing against the breeze, Templenoe were in no mood to ease their foot off the pedal. The visitors hit 1-02 in quick succession to kill off this game as a contest, with John Spillane who made his entrance at half time and Teddy Doyle the points providers, and it was Colin Crowley who netted Templenoe’s second goal of the day. Jason Hickson scored two points on the trot to give Annuscaul some badly needed respite, before Teddy Doyle landed a free over the bar to make the score Annascaul 0-05, Templenoe 2-10 going into the second half water break.

The final quarter saw Templenoe’s Josh Crowley Holland dispatch his second County league goal in as many games and soon after they consolidated their position with Colin Crowley raising their final white flag of the afternoon. Annascaul did finish out the game with 4 unanswered points courtesy of their marksman Jason Hickson, which merely put more respect on the scoreboard.

Templenoe have now made it 2 wins out of 2 to set up an intriguing top of the table clash away to Gneeveguilla in a fortnight’s time.

Final Score: Annascaul 0-09, Templenoe 3-11.


Annascaul: Jason Hickson 0-08 (0-06f), Eamon Hickson 0-01.  

Templenoe: Colin Crowley 1-02 (0-01f), Josh Crowley Holland 1-01 (0-01f), Martin Reilly 1-00, Teddy Doyle 0-03 (0-02f), Brian Crowley 0-01, Denis O’Neill 0-01, Patrick Clifford 0-01, John Rice 0-01, John Spillane 0-01.


Annascaul: Tommy Pierce, Joe Kennedy, Andrew Finn, James Hanafin, Joe Hoare, Gearoid Lyne, Diarmuid O’Hara, Eamonn Hickson, James Ashe, David Smith, Jason Hickson, Shane Foley, Fionn Coakley, Alan Falvey, Donal Crean.

Subs: Sean O’Hara, Cian Griffin.

Templenoe: Mark Looney, Tom Spillane, Kieran O’Neill, Kieran McCarthy, John Rice, Martin Reilly, Patrick Clifford, Cian Hallissey, Teddy Doyle, John Moriarty, Colin Crowley, Josh Crowley Holland, Daniel Crowley, Brian Crowley, Denis O’Neill.

Subs: John Spillane, Joseph Sheehan, Hugh Granville, Cathal Granville, Michael O’Sullivan.

Templenoe 2-20, Listry 0-11.

After an unprecedented nine month absence from competitive action due to the Covid-19 restrictions, Templenoe seniors locked horns with Listry in the opening round of the County League on Sunday. It turned out a very comfortable afternoon for the hosts, who had 15 points to spare in the finish.

Templenoe took control right from the very start and raced into a 0-6 to 0-00 lead courtesy of scores from Stephen O’Sullivan (4), Patrick Clifford and Teddy Doyle in match played in beautiful sunshine. The visitors opened their account with a point from play from Sean O’Sullivan on the 9th minute, but they were struggling to keep pace with the slicker and fitter Templenoe who tagged on another three points before the first water break, with Stephen O’Sullivan, Patrick Clifford and John Rice inflicting further misery on the visitors. In between, Anthony Sweeney had a pointed free for Listry to make the score 0-9 to 0-2 at the end of the first quarter.

On resumption, Stephen O’Sullivan continued where he left off with another brace of points, before Brian Crowley added his name to the scoresheet with two well taken scores either side of two pointed frees from Anthony Sweeney. Templenoe were then dealt a blow when sharpshooter Stephen O’Sullivan had to make way due to injury, but there was no way the home side were going to lose their grip on this contest and more scores followed with Denis O’Neill hitting two scores on the trot, to which all Listry could reply with was another pointed free from Anthony Sweeney.

Half Time Score: Templenoe 0-15, Listry 0-5.

Almost immediately after the restart came the first goal of the game, which was brilliantly finished home to the bottom left hand corner by Josh Crowley Holland and soon after the hosts raised a second green flag with Denis O’Neill burying the ball to the roof of the net following another good team move. Listry then had a brief respite with John Foley and Anthony Sweeney splitting the posts to add to an earlier effort from their full forward Ruairi Murphy. This made the score 2-16 to 0-8 ahead of the 2nd half water break.

The final quarter was mostly academic with Templenoe emptying their bench and pushing on to reach the 20 points barrier with Brian Crowley (2), John Rice and John Moriarty making no mistakes with their efforts. But Listry fought to the end and they did have one good goal chance that was well saved by Templenoe Keeper Mark Looney on tough day at the office for them. Listry’s final scores of the game came from Sean O’Sullivan, Anthony Sweeney and Ruairi Murphy.All in all it was an encouraging start to the season for the Templenoe seniors.

Final Score: Templenoe 2-20, Listry 0-11.


Templenoe: Stephen O’Sullivan 0-07 (0-03f), Brian Crowley 0-05, Denis O’Neill 1-02, Josh Crowley Holland 1-00, Patrick Clifford 0-02, John Rice 0-02, Teddy Doyle 0-01, John Moriarty 0-01.

Listry: Anthony Sweeney 0-06 (0-06f), Sean O’Sullivan 0-02, Ruairi Murphy 0-02, John Foley 0-01.


Templenoe: Mark Looney, Tom Spillane, Kieran O’Neill, Kieran McCarthy, John Rice, Martin Reilly, Patrick Clifford, Cian Hallissey, Teddy Doyle, John Moriarty, Danny Cahalane, Josh Crowley Holland, Stephen O’Sullivan, Brian Crowley, Denis O’Neill.

Subs: Daniel Crowley, John Spillane, Cathal Granville, Michael O’Sullivan, Dan O’Connor

Listry: Colm Counihan, Caolan Ryan, Billy O’Brien, Seamus Giles, John Foley, Anthony Kennedy, Cian Bradley, Gary O’Sullivan, Sean Lehane, Joe Clifford, Anthony Sweeney, Peadar Keane, Sean O’Sullivan, Ruairi Murphy, Jack Walsh.

Subs: Daire Murphy, Denis O’Leary, Michael Buckley

Division 5B County U15 Result from Dingle.

Dingle 3-08, Templenoe/Tuosist/Sneem/Derrynane 5-12

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Div 2B County SFL, Templenoe V Ballymacelligott

01.08.2021 - 14:00 o'clock

Round 5 of the County SFL is taking place this weekend. Templenoe are at home to Ballymacelligott. All support welcome, please observe all social distancing measures

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