41 Card Drive

Our 41 Card Drive has resumed and takes place every Wednesday night at 9pm in the Clubhouse. New players are always welcome so please come along and bring a friend

Club Draw

We have recently launched our annual Club Draw worth €10,000 and tickets are now on sale from club officers with €850 worth of prizes up for grabs each month. Proceeds from the draw go towards the running costs and future development of the club so your support is greatly appreciated.

Prizes as follows

Top Monthly Prize of €300

Additional prizes of 3 X €100 and 5 X €50

Tickets are only €5 per month and are payable by direct debit, annually, quarterly or monthly. No roll overs…just guaranteed winners! Please contact Brian McMahon on 086 0488065 for more info.

Come Dine With Emmets

Emmets, Emmets Ladies and Coiste na nOg are holding a combined fundraising event called ‘Come Dine With Emmets’ to be held on Saturday, November 17th. Numerous people connected with the club are hosting a dinner party in their homes inviting guests to come for dinner. There will be an ‘after party’ to finish off the evening in  Listowel Arms Hotel with music and bar exemption. If you are not already a host or invited to a house and would like to be, please contact Karena on 087 2035865.

Feale Rangers Night at the Dogs

Feale Rangers will host a Night at the Dogs in Kingdom Greyhound Stadium, Tralee on Friday, October 26th. Doors open at 7pm with the first race off at 7.50pm. There is a top prize on the night of €500. Tickets are only €10 and include entry to the track and racecard and are available now from Chairman Christy Walsh 087 8264544 and Secretary Norah Browne 087 995291. Your support is greatly appreciated.


North Kerry Senior Championship – Round 1
Emmets 1-15 V St Senans 2-15

In a mouth-watering encounter for the neutral this game lived up to all expectations as both teams gave a great display of heart, guts and determination in a bid to advance to the next round of this competition. The home side started brightly racing in to a five point before Emmets settled down and finished the first half out strongly with Ger McCarthy, Niall Collins, Joe Joe Grimes and Conor Cox driving them on. Emmets came racing out of the blocks after half time and thanks to a Cox penalty went in to a four point lead and looked to be in control of that game. Senans introduced Damian Somers and Sean Weir and started to gain a foothold out around the middle and while opportunities were at a minimum in front of goal they took their chances well and went in front as the full time whistle approached. Emmets broke well from the restart and some excellent work from Bryan Sweeney and Sean Keane resulted in an Emmets free which Conor Cox converted with ease to send the game to Extra Time. The following twenty minutes were nip and tuck with both teams calling on last reserves to get them over the line. Ultimately it was Senans day as they ground out the result with Emmets out on their feet. This was a fine performance from a very young Emmets side who will most definitely be a force to be reckoned with next year.
Emmets: S Quinn, D Leahy, C Mulvihill, J McGuire, E Browne, N Collins, R Smith, JJ Grimes, B Sweeney, S Tarrant, T McCarthy, M Whelan, D Keane, C Cox, G McCarthy

Bob Stack Memorial U21 Championship
Emmets V St Senans

Date: Saturday, October 27th
Venue: Duagh
Time: 3pm

Jotty Holly Memorial Minor Championship – Div 1 Semi-Final
Emmets V Finuge
Date: Monday, October 29th
Venue: Mountcoal
Time: 1pm

Kieran Corridan Intermediate Cup – Quarter Final
Byes: Listowel Emmets B, Castleisland Desmonds B
Neutral Venues.  extra time

Novice Cup – Semi Final

Emmets C V Ballydonoghue C

Fixture details TBC

Coiste na nOg
North Kerry U16 Championship Div 1 – Final
Emmets 4-11 V Ballyduff 3-05

Last Sunday morning our U16’s took on Ballyduff in the North Kerry Championship Final in Moyvane. Ballyduff started off well with good points from Kevin Goulding. Emmets hit back with a cracking goal from Niall Lynch to bring them back into the game. There was no stopping Ballyduff’s Number 11 Kevin Goulding however, who fired over some lovely scores from his left, right, and off the ground and goaled just before half-time to put his side firmly in control of proceedings.  Just two minutes into the second half Goulding fired home another goal after a brilliant run to give Tom Hart no chance in the Emmets net. Listowel were dealt a big blow shortly after as they were reduced to 14 men but to their credit never gave up. Niall Lynch got his second goal of the game as the final whistle approached but it was too late as Ballyduff came out on top winning 4-12 to 3-5.