11 Cup finalists known as 12 Premier goes to play-off

13 Premier decided as 12’s goes to a play-off:
Cup Results:
Under 11 Cup Semi: Park A 0-1 Killarney Celtic A
Listowel Celtic A 5-0 Camp
Under 14 Girls semi- final: Killarney Athletic 0-1 Killarney Celtic
Under 15 Girls ¼ Final: Ballyhar 3-2 Kingdom Boys.
League Results:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Park A 1-1 Killorglin
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Park 3-2 Kingdom Boys – played Monday
Park 2-2 Listowel Celtic – played Thursday
Killarney Celtic 3-4 Kingdom Boys.
O’Callaghan Coaches 14 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 1-4 Mastergeeha
Killorglin 5-1 Ballyhar
14 Division 1:
Killarney Athletic 0-3 Park A
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 0-6 Park – mid week.
Listowel Celtic 2-0 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Celtic 0-2 Kingdom Boys.
16 Division 1:
Fenit 1-1 Killarney Celtic B,
Reports:
Cup Reports:
The first Cup finalists of the 2012 / 13 season have been decided with the final of the Moriartry’s Centra 11’s Cup being an all Celtic affair.
Listowel Celtic had Sean McGrath in un-markable form as he hit four of his team’s 5 in their home semi- final win over Camp. Michael Nolan got their winners 5th goal.
The Park v Killarney Celtic was a much tighter affair with only one goal separating sides. That went to Killarney Celtic’s Paudie Looney in the second half to set up the all Hoops decider.
Killarney Celtic have also qualified for the Girls 14’s Cup final, also winning by one goal. It was Hannah O’Donoghue who got the all-important winner in the semi- final win over neighbours Killarney Athletic.
League Reports:
JK Sports Premier goes to play-off:
The JK Sports 12 Premier has been on a knife edge all season and it will take a play-off to finally crown the champion this season. Killarney Celtic were biting their nails as they had finished on 22 points and were not playing on the last day of the season. The Park on 21 points and Killorglin a point further back played each other in the last game knowing that that whichever side won would take the title. But neither side were able to do that in a cracking game. It ended 1 all with Jack O’Connor scoring for Killorglin and Padraig McCannon getting the Park’s goal.
Both sides really went for the win and in the last minute Killorglin threw everyone forward including the goalkeeper. With the corner cleared there was a race and McCannon beat the keeper to the ball on half way and his shot looked like it was going to go into the net. In what seemed like slow motion the ball rolled towards the line with the big home support willing it to cross the line. Just as it looked to be going in it took a bauble at the last second had hot the butt of the post.
So The Park and Killarney Celtic finished level on 22 points and will meet each other in Mounthawk next Saturday to decide the League winner. Killorglin are a very unlucky third.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s goes to the wire:
Four sides were in contention coming into the last games of the Daly Supervalu 13’s Premier. Listowel Celtic, Kingdom Boys and the Park were the main contenders with Killarney Celtic having an outside chance. The Park got the final week off to a great start as they defeated Kingdom Boys 3-2 thanks to goals from Mike Slattery, Adam Ward and Conor Wiggins.
This put them onto 17 points, level with Kingdom Boys. The Park then faced table toppers Listowel Celtic with Koingdom Boys meeting Killarney Celtic.
In Tralee the Park an Listowel Celtic couldn’t be separated and it ended 2-2. Adam Ward and Mike Slattery were getting their second goals in a few day but Cillian Spillane and Micheal Kennedy got the goals that ensured the North Kerry side would take the title while Kingdom Boys knew a win in Killarney over Celtic would ensure they finished second.
This game was a 7 goal thriller with Dillon Robinson hitting a hat trick – once again he is over 40 goals for a season – and Nemanja Samadrzic adding the fourth. For Killarney Celtic Mike Devlin hit two with the other coming from James Lynch but it wasn’t to be enough.
Listowel Celtic are worthy winners with Kingdom Boys deserved runners up in a very tight division.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Premier thrown wide open:
With Mastergeeha’s 4-1 win over Kingdom Boys it has thrown this Division wide open. James Nagle and Eoin Daly both hit two goals each for the Kilbrean with Dillon Robinson getting the Kingdom Boys consolation. This means that Kingdom Boys are on 21 points from 8 games with Killarney Celtic second on 18 from 7 games and both sides meeting each other in mid -week.
In the other game in this division Killorglin got the better of Ballyhar 5-1. Conor Standen got 2 and Aaron McCarthy, Dylan O’Sullivan and Mark O’Connor one each for the winners while Cian O’Callaghan got the Ballyhar consolation.
Park take 14 Division 1 title:
A winner takes all clash ended the 14 Division 1 with second placed Killarney Athletic needing to beat The Park to deny them the title. However there was no denying the Tralee boys and goals from Dylan O’Sullivan, Ciaran ‘Kiki’ Killeen and Conor Lowe meant that another League title was heading for Christy Leahy Park.
Sadly no ball kicked in Tralee Trophy W orld 16 Premier:
Listowel Celtic and Kingdom Boys both picked up three points without kicking a ball as both Killarney Athletic and Celtic were unable to fulfil teams.
16 Division 1: The clash of Fenit and Killarney Celtic B ended all square with David Murphy netting for the home side while Hubert Dzizdzic got Celtic goal. Fenit were thankful to keeper Eoin O’Brien who had an outstanding game.
Team of the Week:
Michael Mahoney
Mastergeeha 14’s
Josh Williams Eoghan Lyne Conor Lowe Padraig Cronin
Listowel Celtic 13’s Killarney Celtic 11’s Park 14’s Killorglin 14’s
William Hickey Michael Devlin Sean Keane Dan Goggin
Ballyhar 15’s Killarney Celtic 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s Kingdom Boys 13’s
James Nagle Sean Corcoran
Mastergeeha 14’s Killorglin 14’s