RIAN NAMED ON UNDER 19 SQUAD FOR UEFA QUALIFIERS
Great news for Rian O’Sullivan who was announced on the Under 19 squad to play in the UEFA qualifiers in Waterford from Wednesday 4th of October -10th October.
UEFA Under-19 Championship 2018 Qualifying Round Group 7
Wednesday, October 4
Azerbaijan vs Republic of Ireland, RSC (15:00)
Saturday, October 7
Republic of Ireland vs Cyprus, RSC (19:00)
Tuesday, October 10
Republic of Ireland vs Serbia, RSC (13:00)
DENNY PREMIER A
Tralee Dynamos 3 Killarney Celtic 6
No complaints with the result Killarney Celtic got maximum output for their performance scoring 6 goals from 10 shots on target. Dynamos went into the game missing 4 from the Fenit game with some changes forced just before kick off.
Dynamos will take this defeat on the chin and look forward to putting in hard graft to gel this side into a side who will contend for honours next May.
Goals from Simon Lorne his 3rd in 3 games, Shane Lowth scoring his 6th of the season so far and Adrian Bohme scoring in his 2nd game in a row. 3 games played scoring 15 goals but concededing 10 shows where the focus will be for the coming days.
Many thanks to the home support today its great when those involved know the scale of the challenge for the club that they presence here today will help the team so much,
Next up for Dynamos is F.A.I. Junior Cup against Desmond League side Broadford United at the K.D.L. Mounthawk this coming Friday with an 8 p.m. kick off.
Team: Gary Murphy, Jonathan Hannafin, Jonathan Burrows, Cian Sheridan inj. (Oliver Coffey), Sean Foley (Gary Nolan) Alejandro Fernadez (Nemanja Samardzic), Christian Klass, Ivan Kolarevic (Niall Sertutxa), Simon Lorne (Tony Duggan), Shane Lowth, Marek Skibinski, Adrian Bohmer
Pics: Tony Duggan U17 & Senior, Sean Foley Youths & Seniors, Niall Sertutxa Youths & Seniors, Nemanja Samardzic Under 17 & Seniors
1st WIN EVER IN NATIONAL CUP!
Billy Stack writes: Our u12s had their maiden outing in the U12 national cup today with an away tie against Murroe from the Limerick league. We got off to the perfect start when a Shayne Stack ball sent Mathew Rogers through who in turn played a great ball to Adam Evans who lobbed the keeper with an inch perfect finish. Murroe attacked a few times but our defensive combination of Luke Silles, Shay Kelleher, Jevon Carey and Brandon Long were outstanding at the back. We gad another few chances with Darragh Corridon and Jake Hoare going close but it was 1-0 at the break.
Second half started with Murroe on top for the first 10 minutes but the young Dynamos boys were resolute and stood firm with massive effort into 50/50 tackles and off the ball running. Pierce Lowth came close with a great run and shot and was unlucky not to score. Our lads then tired a little and for the remaining 10 mins Murroe were on top with our man of the match goalkeeper Emanuel Brankovic making 3 or 4 brilliant saves. However at the end Conor Lucey combined with Mathew Rogers where we were unlucky not to register our second goal. Darragh Corridon and Jake Hoare also combined brilliantly in midfield creating another chance.
When the final whistle blew our lads were in celebratory mode and they got no more than they deserved. Onwards and upwards to the next round away to Rathkeale in 2 weeks time.
Thanks to Murroe for a sporting game and for the hospitality after the game, a nice club who im sure we will cross paths with again in the future.
Billy Stack, U12 manager
Fenit Samphires 4 Tralee Dynamos 3
Dynamos led 2-0 at the break thanks to goals from Simon Lorne & Jonathan Hannafin. In a half where both sides had a number of chances with the quality of play from Dynamos was of a good standard unfortunately we did not sustain the quality of football for the 90 minutes.
Fenit came out of the blocks after half time and within a minute had got a goal back to make it 2-1. Fenit equalised after a cross from the left hand side was headed into the net unfortunately for Hannafin.
Dynamos will be disappointed with the nature of goals 3 and 4 with the keeper caught at the near post for the 3rd and caught from distance for the 4th.
Credit to the team as they battled back and got a third goal through Adrian Bohmer who was making his debut on the night along with Alejandro Fernandez and Christian Kass.
With just two games under the belt Dynamos have shown enough that they will be in a very competitive position throughout the season.
Thanks to the Fenit Samphires for a very competitive game and we look forward to meeting them in Cahermoneen in the next few months.
Tralee Dynamos Schoolboys
Fixtures : Sat Sept 16 U-12 National Cup Murroe ( Limerick ) v Dynamos 2pm
U-16 National Cup Park FC v Dynamos 2pm
U-14 Premier Killorglin v Dynamos 12 noon
Academy : Our Academy continued at Cahermoneen last Friday evening and despite the adverse weather conditions great numbers were once again in attendance. Our Head Coach Robin was well pleased with the application and attitude of all the youngsters. Robin was ably assisted by Tony, Gavin, Theo, Alan, Murt, Ken, Noel and Roland. Academy training continues this coming Friday Sept 15th , beginning at 6 pm in Cahermoneen. New members are as always welcome.
Under 14 : Listowel 4 – 0 Dynamos. Conceding the four goals in the nine minutes before half time was the ultimate difference between two fine footballing sides. With Dynamos missing 5 first team regulars due to GAA commitments, we faced an uphill task from the outset but rallied together to perform admirably. Mossie Brennan made his debut as goalkeeper and was doing really well until he was forced off with a serious ankle injury before half time. We wish Mossie a speedy recovery from this setback. Best for Dynamos on the day were Donagh Stephenson, Mikey Murray and Mark Talbot.
Under 12 B : We had our first game of the year at home to Killoglin B on Saturday in bad conditions. Both teams put in a great shift for a very entertaining game which finished in a victory for Killorglin by 4 goals to 3.We started the game with a lot of young new players who were playing their first competitive game for dynamos it took them a bit of time to settle in to the game after a slow start where we went 2-0 down in the first 10 minutes players were finding their feet for the first half and we found it difficult to keep to their positions unfortunately we went in at half time 4-0 down. After a half time talk with coaches Gary Nolan and Alan Crean we came out for the second half and played a new team everyone held their positions well and after 10 minutes we were awarded a penalty for a foul on Fionn Daly which he took himself and got us 1 back we dominated the second half with Oisin O Carrol and Toby Obadina having a great game in defence. With 10 minutes left we got 2 goals from Christy Burke and Martin Quilligan which provided for a very exciting finish with a man of the match performance from our second half goalkeeper Emanuel Brankovich who was making his debut he pulled off a string of outstanding saves to give us a chance of tying up the game unfortunately time ran out for us but overall a fantastic performance by this very young team. Team: Jack Diggins Fionn Daly Francis O Brien Oisin o Carroll, Toby Obadina, David Joskic, Emanuel Brankovich, Saoirse Kerins, Christy Burke. Odhran Foley , Martin Quilligan, Peadar Burke
Under 12 A Our first competitive game of the season was at home in the league to Killarney Athletic. In the first half we played against the breeze and were under a lot of pressure and Killarney got a deserved lead just before the half. However in the second half Dynamos were the better team and two classy goals by Matthew Rogers saw Dynamos take the lead with just 5 minutes remaining. However two late goals, the winner at the last kick of the game saw Dynamos unluckily lose out on the day. Lots of positives though, we were missing a few players and of the 12 lads that lined out for this game, only two were u12 players, the rest were u11/u10 players so all in all very proud of the lads. Nadal Riviss McHugh, Conor Crean, Luke Silles, Leon O Connor, Pierce Lowth, Conor Lucey, Adam Evans, Cathal Morris, Shay Kelliher, Brandon Long, Matthew Rogers, Darragh Corridon
Team of the Week : Congrats and well done to Darragh Corridon who was selected on the Kerry Schoolboys League Team of the week after a sterling performance for the U-12 team last Saturday.
KDL Premier A : Inter Kenmare 0 – 9 Dynamos ( Shane Lowth 5, Klaudio Dema, Sean Foley, Jonathan Burrows, Simon Lorne )