Kerry 15’s win the highlight of the weekend:
League of Ireland Result’s
15’s: Kerry 1-0 Cork City
13’s: Cork City 3-0 Kerry
Munster SFAI 12’s Plate Semi-final
West Cork 1–1 Kerry
Kerry win 5-4 on penalties
Girls Gaynor Cup Grading Games
13’s Kerry 0–4 Cork
15’s Kerry 0–5 Cork
John Murphy 12’s Cup Last 16:
Park 2-0 Killarney Celtic A
Killarney Celtic B 0-0 Iveragh United AET
Iveragh United win 3-1 on penalties
MEK B 1-4 Inter Kenmare A
Killarney Athletic C 0-5 Tralee Dynamos A
Mastergeeha A 5-1 Killorglin B
Listowel Celtic A 8-0 Killarney Athletic B
John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup Last 16
Tralee Dynamos 5-0 LB Rovers
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup Last 8:
Mastergeeha 4-5 Iveragh United AET
Inter Kenmare 4-1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup Last 8
Camp Juniors 6-0 Inter Kenmare
Park 7-1 Iveragh United
JK Sports 12’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare 2-1 Ballyhar
Fenit 2-0 Camp Juniors
12 Division 2
Mastergeeha 0-1 Inter Kenmare C
Inter Kenmare 1-1 Killarney Celtic White
Camp Juniors 9-5 MEK Kickerz
Quillls 14 Premier
Killarney Celtic 0-4 Park
14’s Division 1
Fenit 1-1 Tralee Dynamos
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1
Rattoo Rovers 3-0 Windmill United
Dingle Bay Rovers 3-0 Windmil United
Kerry 15’s see of Cork City in Mounthawk Park
Following on from last weekend’s win over Athlone the Kerry 15’s made it back-to-back victories with a well- deserved 1-0 win at home to Cork City.
The goal came from a cracking free kick from in-form striker Cianan Cooney in the 16’s minute. He curled his third free kick in three games to the net by bending the ball around the wall giving Cork keeper Ben Maher no chance.
Kerry move onto 6 points level with Cork City and just one behind leaders Galway who are now on 7 after their 1-1 draw with Athlone Town.
Next Saturday Kerry are away to Limerick who picked up their first points of the season with a 3-1 away win at Cobh Ramblers.
The Kerry 13’s had a tough day at the office as they went down away to Cork. The home side are now unbeaten in three games and are scoring for fun. Kerry remain on three points from their 3 games and are tied for third with Athlone who went down to Galway.
Munster Plate Semi – Final:
Cork Athletic 1-1 Kerry
Kerry win 5-4 on penalties
Kerry 12’s have reached the Munster Plate final where they will have home advantage after a win on penalties over Cork Athletic.
The game ended 1-1 after extra time with Jack Joy scoring for Kerry. In the penalty shoot-out keeper Martin McKivergan made two saves.
Kerry 13’s and 15’s Girls get ready for the Gaynor Trophy:
The Kerry 13’s and 15’s welcomed Cork to Mounthawk Park and Tralee Dynamos rounding of their Gaynor Grading Group. As expected with their pick and the strength of their League Cork were a little too strong for the Kerry girls who all worked hard until the end.
6 of the Last 8 place in 12’s Cup sorted:
6 of the 8 Last 16 games in the John Murphy 12’s Cup were played on Saturday with the other two – Killorglin v Killarney Athletic A and LB Rovers A v Tralee Dynamos B to be played this week.
Already into the hat for the Last 8 draw are St Brendan’s Park who were 2-0 winners at home to Killarney Celtic. The Tralee sides goals came from Ciaran O’Carroll and Ryan O’Driscoll. Killarney Celtic B also went out going down to Iveragh United in a penalty shoot-out. The game ended scoreless after extra time but it was the South Kerry side that held their nerve to score from Daithi Sugrue, Alex Kelly and David Kennedy.
Inter Kenmare A have also progressed thanks to goals from Dawid Gredowiec who scored 2 with Liam O’Sullivan and Jack Sweeney getting one each.
Killarney Athletic C are made up mostly of the club’s u11’s and they tried hard but met a very good Tralee Dynamos A side. They are into the Last 8 after Rory O’Halloran hit the net twice and these were added to by goals from Shay Kelliher, Shayne Stack and Conor Lucey.
Mastergeeha led 2-0 at the break and won 5-1 at home to Killorglin B for whom James Jones got the goal. The Kilbrean side’s scorers came from Sean McAuliffe and Mathew Kennedy who both scored twice and Ronan McCarthy who got one.
Listowel Celtic A’s Tristan Barry hit 4 in their home win over Killarney Athletic B. The other goals came from Ruairi O’Connell, Conor Sweeney, Sean Spark and John Carmody.
Tralee Dynamos first team into 13’s Cup Last 8:
Tralee Dynamos are the first team to go into the next round of the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup after they defeated LB Rovers under the KDL lights in mid-week. Owen Flaherty hit a hat trick and both Rory O’Halloran and Aaron Horgan got one each.
Two of the Last 4 spots booked in 14’s Cup
There are two places taken up in the Tom Hayse 14’s Cup semi-finals with Iveragh United and Inter Kenmare progressing. Inter Kenmare had goals from Sean Treyvaud, Zach O’Shea, Olly O’Shea and Cathal Kelliher in a 4-1 win over Dingle Bay Rovers. James Hoare got the goal for the West Kerry side.
The Mastergeeha and Iveragh United game was a real nail biter going to extra time. In the end it was the South Kerry club that progresses on a 5-4 score-line. Hugh Lenihan and Jack Fogarty both scored twice for Mastergeeha.
But 2 goals from Zack Fayen and one each from Ben O’Donoghue, Ben Egan and Kieran O’Donnell gave Iveragh United a late late win and a place in the semi- finals.
Killarney Athletic will take on Killorglin A and the Park will face Listowel Celtic for the final two last four spots.
Camp first through followed by Park in the 16’s quarter finals;
Camp Juniors were the first side to book their place in the semi-finals of the Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup after an under-lights win over Inter Kenmare in the KDL.
The Camp goals came from Maurice O’Connell, Cian Wright, Cian Griffin, John O’Connor and Alain Beaujouan.
The Park joined Camp Juniors in the semi-finals as they proved too strong for Iveragh United. The Christy Leahy side had goals from James Fitzgerald and Dan Fisher who both hit two each with Jack Twamley, Earnan Ferris and David O’Callaghan also on the mark.
Ballyhar versus Listowel Celtic and Killarney Athletic versus Park B are the two remaining quarter finals.
Leaders Fenit extend lead in 12’s Division 1
Fenit extended their lead to 9 points in the JK Sports 12’s Division 1 after a 2-0 win over Camp Juniors. They are 9 points ahead of Tralee Dynamos but have two more game played than the Tralee side.
Inter Kenmare also added three points to their total with a 2-1 home win over Ballyhar. The Inter goals came from Ethan o’Sullivan and Cathal McSweeney. Sean Barry replied for Ballyhar.
Inter Kenmare win by 1 in 12’s Division 2:
John O’Sullivan scored the only goal of the game as Inter Kenmare C won away at Mastergeeha B. MEK are up to third place following a 3-0 win over Tralee Dynamos B.
Park into second in 14 Premier:
A 4-0 win over Killarney Celtic sees St Brendan’s Park move into second place in the Quills Woollen Mills 14’s Premier. They are only three points behind leaders Iveragh United. The Park’s goals came from Togor Silong, Darragh Cunnane, Venis Jahiri and Noah Townsend.
Leaders held in 14’s Division 1
Tralee Dynamos are now the leaders on their own of the 14’s Division 1 but only by a single point as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Fenit. Dynamos are now on 16 points with Killarney Athletic on 15 but they have games in hand. Fenit are in third place.
Rattoo go four clear in 16’s Division 1
Rattoo Rovers and Dingle Bay Rovers picked up three points each thanks to 3-0 score-lines against Mastergeeha and Windmill United respectively. The three points give Rattoo a 4 point gap at the top of the Tralee Trophy World 16’s Division 1.
Top two share the points in the Girls 12 Premier:
In the battle for the top 4 places in the 12 Girls Premier leaders Killarney Celtic White and second placed Inter Kenmare shared the points. Naoishe O’Donoghue scored for Celtic while Helena O’Donoghue got the goal for the home side with both scores coming in the first half.
Battle for fourth goes on:
Camp Juniors and MEK Kickerz are in the battle for 5th to 7th and it was the home side that took the points in this clash. Suvi O’Connor was on fire on the night and her goals were added to by goals from Saoirse McCarthy.
The MEK Kickerz goals came from Izzy McGrath, Avril Counihan, Sarah O’Sullivan and Sinead O’Sullivan who scored twice.
Girls Roll of Honour: Suvi O’Connor Camp Juniors, Sinead O’Sullivan MEK, Naoise O’Donoghue Killarney Celtic and Helena O’Donoghue Inter Kenmare.
Team of the Week:
Gary Riordan Kieran O’Donnell Brian Dennehy
Fenit 14’s Iveragh United 14’s Mastergeeha 12’s
Pierce Lowth Cian Wright Ryan O’Driscoll Sean Roche
Tralee Dynamos 12’s Camp Juniors 16’s Park 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s
James Jones Tristan Barry Sean Treyvaud
Killorglin 12’s Listowel Celtic 12’s Inter Kenmare 14’s