Beaufort U14s v Milltown-Castlemaine

Beaufort U14 footballers sponsored by Sean Coffey of Kate Kearneys Cottage bounced back from a bad defeat to Laune Rangers earlier in the week to overcome visitors M’town/C’maine in this fifth round tie played in Beaufort on last Sunday evening. A strong first half performance laid the foundation for their victory as they went in at half time leading on the scoreline 3-6 to 0-5. The goals had come from Jason Coffey-Hallissey (2) and Liam Curran. The second half was a much more open affair with both sides emptying their benches but Beaufort’s ability to grab goals at crucial stages being crucial. Final score Beaufort 7-10 Milltown/Castlemaine 2-12.
Team: Sean Coffey, Shane O’ Sullivan, Ian McGillycuddy, Jack Coffey, Keith Suter, Mark Neary, Timmy Coffey, KIeran O’ Sullivan (0-1), Liam Curran (1-1), William Joy (0-1), Jack O’ Connor (0-3), Eoin O’ Hagan, Jason Coffey-Hallissey (5-3), Jack Hallissey, Dara Dennehy (1-1).
Subs used: John O’ Connell, Niall O’ Brien, Patrick Crehan, OIsin O’ Connor.
In the final round Beaufort received a walkover from Laune Rangers ‘B’.

Beaufort U21s v Keel/Listry

Beaufort U21s qualified for the Club Shield Final when they defeated
Keel/Listry in Beaufort on Wednesday evening. The full time score was
Beaufort 1-16 Keel/Listry 2-11. Team: Daragh Curran, Shane O’Sullivan,
Brendan Cronin, Conor Cronin, Keith Moloney, Michael John O’Connor
(captain), Conor Breen, Fergal Hallissey, Shane O’Sullivan, Sean Lillis,
Ronan Murphy, Jason O’Connor, Niall O’Connor, Padraig Doona, Cathal
Curran. Subs: David Coffey, Sean Kingston, Ryan Sweeney. They are due
to play the Final on Friday, 19th September at 6pm. Venue to be confirmed.

Beaufort U14s v Milltown-Castlemaine

Beaufort U14 footballers sponsored by Sean Coffey of Kate Kearneys Cottage bounced back from a bad defeat to Laune Rangers earlier in the week to overcome visitors M’town/C’maine in this fifth round tie played in Beaufort on last Sunday evening. A strong first half performance laid the foundation for their victory as they went in at half time leading on the scoreline 3-6 to 0-5. The goals had come from Jason Coffey-Hallissey (2) and Liam Curran. The second half was a much more open affair with both sides emptying their benches but Beaufort’s ability to grab goals at crucial stages being crucial. Final score Beaufort 7-10 Milltown/Castlemaine 2-12.
Team: Sean Coffey, Shane O’ Sullivan, Ian McGillycuddy, Jack Coffey, Keith Suter, Mark Neary, Timmy Coffey, KIeran O’ Sullivan (0-1), Liam Curran (1-1), William Joy (0-1), Jack O’ Connor (0-3), Eoin O’ Hagan, Jason Coffey-Hallissey (5-3), Jack Hallissey, Dara Dennehy (1-1).
Subs used: John O’ Connell, Niall O’ Brien, Patrick Crehan, OIsin O’ Connor.
In the final round Beaufort received a walkover from Laune Rangers ‘B’.

Beaufort B’s v St. Marys in Barrett Cup semi-final

Beaufort Juniors qualified for the Final of the Barrett Cup on Wednesday evening when they defeated St. Marys, Cahirciveen in Beaufort on a score-line of Beaufort 3-12 St. Marys 1-15. Beaufort lead at half-time 2-8 to 0-6 with goals from Sean Fogarty and Padraig Hallissey. The 2nd half was a much closer affair eventhough Beaufort went 7 points up mid-way through the 2nd half when Niall O’Connor had Beaufort’s 3rd goal. A spirited fightback by the visitors when they scored 1-2 without replay and a fine say from Darragh Curran in the home goals lead to a very exciting final few minutes.
Team: Darragh Curran, Gary Tangney, Brendan Cronin, Shane O’Sullivan, Liam O’Sullivan, Patch O’Sullivan, Eanna O’Malley, Jason Foley, Conor Breen, Padraig Hallissey, Sean Fogarty, Edward O’Sullivan, Niall O’Connor, Kevin O’Brien, Dan Doonan. Subs: Micheal O’Sullivan, Cormac O’Shea, Niall O’Shea, Shane O’Sullivan. They now play St. Pats, Blennerville in the Final on the week-end of 26th September.

Mid Kerry O’Sullivan Cup Final Beaufort v Keel

Mid Kerry O’ Sullivan Cup Final-Keel 0-13 Beaufort 0-9. Beaufort’s Seniors sponsored by Maurice Foley of MF Decorating quest for a first title of the year came unstuck in Milltown on last Saturday evening when they had to give second best to a better balanced, though wasteful, Keel side in the Mid Kerry O’ Sullivan Cup final. Beaufort led early on through points from Niall O’ Connor and a Francis Courtney free but when Keel levelled the game 13 minutes in they went on to build a two point lead after 18 minutes. Another Francis Courtney point and a Fergal Hallissey free got Beaufort back on level terms but three points in a row from Keel in the minutes before half time saw them go in at the interval leading by 0-7 to 0-4.
Two early second half points from Fergal Hallissey got Beaufort to within a point but four unanswered points from Keel in the following 10 minutes saw them five points to the good going into the final quarter of the game. Aaron Cahillane in defence, Tomas Ladden in midfield and Gary Sayers in attack were proving to be a real handful for Beaufort. Another Fergal Hallissey point in the 50th minute was followed by two more points from Keel to give them a six point advantage as the game entered the final minutes. Two late Fergal Hallissey frees gave the scoreboard a better look from Beaufort’s viewpoint.
Team: Mike Moriarty, Michael J O’ Connor, Ger Hartnett (capt), Brendan CRonin, Sean Fogarty, Shane O’ Sullivan, Eanna O’ Maille, Jeremiah O’ Sullivan, Fergal Hallissey (0-6)(5f), James O’ Reilly, Francis Courtney (0-2)(1f), Padraig O’ Sullivan, Niall O’ Connor (0-1), Ronan Murphy, Danny Healy. Subs: Edwin Kelliher for Jeremiah O’ Sullivan, Edward O’ Sullivan for James O’ Reilly and Jason Foley for Padraig O’ Sullivan

Beaufort B’s v St. Marys, Cahirciveen

Beaufort Junior team qualified for the Final of the Barrett Cup on Wednesday evening when they defeated St. Marys, Cahirciveen in Beaufort on a score-line of Beaufort 3-12 St. Marys 1-15. Beaufort lead at half-time 2-8 to 0-6 with goals from Sean Fogarty and Padraig Hallissey. The 2nd half was a much closer affair eventhough Beaufort went 7 points up mid-way through the 2nd half when Niall O’Connor had Beaufort’s 3rd goal. A spirited fightback by the visitors when they scored 1-2 without replay and a fine say from Darragh Curran in the home goals lead to a very exciting final few minutes.

Team: Darragh Curran, Gary Tangney, Brendan Cronin, Shane O’Sullivan, Liam O’Sullivan, Patch O’Sullivan, Eanna O’Malley, Jason Foley, Conor Breen, Padraig Hallissey, Sean Fogarty, Edward O’Sullivan, Niall O’Connor, Kevin O’Brien, Dan Doonan. Subs: Micheal O’Sullivan, Cormac O’Shea, Niall O’Shea, Shane O’Sullivan. They now play St. Pats, Blennerville in the Final on the week-end of 26th September.