Lotto Results for Sunday, October 8th 2023.  There was no winner of the €19,000 jackpot.  Numbers drawn: 11 – 18 – 22 – 25.  Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Eileen Carey – sold online; €50 O’Shea Family; €25 Mary P O’Connor – sold by Bunkers; €25 Eileen Clifford – sold online



Laune Rangers blew off the cobwebs on Sunday afternoon with a Mid Kerry O’Sullivan Cup win against their hosts Cromane – a first game in six weeks for many of the team.


They’ll have to do it all over again! 80 minutes could not separate Laune Rangers and Keel/Listry in Milltown on Sunday afternoon as the Mid Kerry Under 15 A Final finished level after extra time to force a replay.  Keel/Listry had a strong start scoring the first five points of the game, although Conor Murphy came very close to scoring a third minute goal only for his shot to squeeze outside the post.    Liam O’Connell got Laune Rangers off the mark with a great point, and Charlie Foley added another shortly after.  Two points by Tomás Joy (one free) left the minimum between the sides with twenty minutes played.  Keel/Listry added another before Liam O’Connell kicked a super point from the dressing room side of the field.  Keel/Listry pointed again, but Daragh O’Sullivan and Odhran Foley pointed to level the game.  The stalemate didn’t last long as Keel/Listry struck for the first goal of the game, while Colm Evans and Charlie Foley pointed either side of a Keel/Listry point to leave two between the sides at the break.  Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 0-9, Keel/Listry 1-8.  Laune Rangers had two goal chances saved in the opening minutes of the second half – Hugh O’Sullivan and Colm Evans with the efforts.  Jamie Flynn pointed to halve the arrears for Laune Rangers before they struck for goal – Luke McGillicuddy with a great run and finish to see the net ripple and put Laune Rangers ahead for the first time.  Keel/Listry replied in style, scoring two quick points to level matters again before striking for their second goal of the game.  Hugh O’Sullivan pointed before the amalgamated side shot wide to deny them their 3rd goal.  With fifteen minutes to play, Keel/Listry led by 2-10 to 1-11.  Keel/Listry pointed again, restoring their goal lead, but Laune Rangers were growing into the game again.  They pointed through Colm Evans (2) and Odhran Foley to level the game before a Tomás Joy free nudged the Rangers ahead.  There was enough time on the clock for the combined outfit to save a draw though, and they pointed to force the game into extra time.  Score after Normal Time:- Laune Rangers 1-15, Keel/Listry 2-12.  Points were traded between the sides twice with Tomás Joy getting the Laune Rangers points, and Joy scored another to give his side the lead.  Odhran Foley doubled the lead for Rangers, but Keel/Listry struck for their third goal to sneak into a lead just before the sides switched sides.  Half Time in ET:- Laune Rangers 1-19, Keel/Listry 3-14.  Keel/Listry scored a goal in the opening minute of the final period to put them in the driving seat, but they would score no more as Laune Rangers were defiant in defence.  A Tomás Joy free was followed by scores from Charlie Foley, Kieran Patton and Jamie Flynn to level the game, and the final whistle was blown.  Full Time Score AET:- Laune Rangers 1-23, Keel/Listry 4-14.  Laune Rangers:- Adam Radny, Conor Sheehan, Daniel Kelly, Pat Costello, Charlie Foley (0-3), Ciarán Birmingham, Luke McGillicuddy (1-0), Liam O’Connell (0-2, 1f), Conor Murphy, Hugh O’Sullivan (0-1), Colm Evans (0-3), Tomás Joy (0-7, 4f), Jamie Flynn (0-2), Odhran Foley (0-3), Daragh O’Sullivan (0-1).  Subs: Liam O’Shea for McGillicuddy, Kieran Patton (0-1) for H O’Sullivan.


Best of Luck to David Mangan, Fiachra Clifford, Gearóid Hassett, Dáire Cleary, Jason Browne and their Mid Kerry teammates who face Na Gaeil on Sunday in the County SFC Quarter Final.


The Laune Rangers Under 11 Boys season will come to a close with one of our club’s great traditions – the Parish League! The Parish League takes place this Sunday morning, October 15th, from 10am at JP O’Sullivan Park.  The winners will be presented with the Seamus & Noreen Murphy perpetual Cup.