14’s Inter League opening win the highlight of a busy weekend in the rain

Saturday December 7th KSBCL Reports
SFAI Subway 14’s Inter League
Kerry 5–2 Limerick Desmond
Girls League’s
Killarney Celtic 1-0 MEK (mid-week)
Killarney Celtic White 5-0 Camp Juniors
Listowel Celtic 5–0 Fenit
13 Division 1
Ballyheigue 2–4 Dingle Bay Rovers
Fenit 1–3 LB Rovers
17 Premier
Killarney Athletic 0–7 Listowel Celtic
Inter Kenmare 2–0 Fenit
Boys Leagues
JK Sports 12Division 1
Castleisland 2–2 Fenit
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier
Fenit 1–3 Tralee Dynamos
Inter Kenmare 2–3 Killorglin
Killarney Athletic 4–0 LB Rovers
Listowel Celtic 0–1 Killarney Celtic
13Division 1
Iveragh United 2–1 Camp Juniors
Tralee Dynamos 7–2 Inter Kenmare
Park B 0–0 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Celtic B 1–8 Dingle Bay Rovers
13 Division 2 North
Listowel Celtic B 1–1LB Rovers
Park C 3–2 Camp Juniors
13 Division 2 South
Inter Kenmare C 5-1 Mastergeeha B
MEK Galaxy 4–0 Killarney Athletic C
Killorglin B 0–1 Ballyhar Dynamos
Slattery’s Carpets 14’s Division 2
Mastergeeha 6–6 Ballyhar Dynamos
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Killarney Celtic 7–4 Iveragh United
Mastergeeha 1–1 Listowel Celtic
Inter Kenmare 0–6 Killorglin
15 Division 1
Killarney Athletic 2–2 Tralee Dynamos
Fenit 1–1Dingle Bay Rovers
Inaugural SFAI Munster 14’s Inter League gets underway:
Introduced for the first time this season to give teams competitive action ahead of the Kennedy Cup Kerry’s 14’s Inter League campaign got underway with a home game in Mounthawk Park against Limerick Desmond. And Kerry took full advantage of the wind in the first half with goals from Finn O’Neill and 2 from Andrew Kerins. The visitors tried to fight back in the second half and did score two but Kerry wrapped up the points with further goals from Josh Bowler and Barry Fitzsimons. Kerry are free in then round of the 5 team group and then go to Cork in the New Year.
Younger teams in action:
The clubs 11’s players were in action in the latest round of their non-competitive League with over 20 teams taking to the field. These games once again proved to be hugely enjoyable with the players enjoying playing without worrying about the outcome.
Double for Celtic in Girls 13 Premier
It was a good week for Killarney Celtic 13’s girls with two wins from two games. Under the lights they were 1-0 winners at home to MEK Galaxy in a cracker. The only goal went to Celtic’s Clogadh Moriarty in the second half.
On Saturday the Celtic girls side won again as they won at home to Camp Juniors. Moriarty got the final goal for the Hoops with Emma Daly getting the other 4.
Listowel Celtic also won 5-0 at home to Fenit thanks to goals from Laura Falvey 3 and Aoife Slattery 2.
Dingle Bay and LB win away in Girls 13 Division 1
Dingle Bay Rovers and Ballyhegiue made the trip to Mounthawk Park in the 13’s Division 1 with the West Kerry girls taking the points. Ciara Kennedy, Hannah Nic Gearalit, Julie Ryan and Hannah Granville got the Dingle Bay goals with Ellen Lucey and Clogadh Carroll scoring for Ballyheigue.
Lb Rovers were 3-1 winners at Fenit with Marie Keane Tyrrell getting 2 and Kate Horgan getting LB’s third while Siofra Murphy replied for Fenit.
Listowel Celtic win away and Inter take points at home in 17 Premier:
Listowel Celtic proved to be just a little too clinical for Killarney Athletic in the 17 Girls Premier in Woodlawn. Melanie Higgins hit 4 with the others coming from Ciara Butler, Tara and Kelly Enright. For the home side Lucy O’Leary, Laura O’Carroll and keeper Debbi Maye had very good games. Inter Kenmare were 2-0 winners at home to Fenit with their goals coming from Chloe Cremin and Tara Desmond.
3rd and 4th draw in Boys 12’s Division 1
There was one game under lights this week under the lights in Georgie O’Callaghan Park with 3rd placed Fenit drawing 2-2 with the home side. Josh Ryan got both goals for Castielsland with Luke O’Connell and Mikey Corridan getting the goals for Fenit.
Athletic win the battle of the unbeaten sides in 13 Premier:
Something had to give in Woodlawn as the two unbeaten sides LB Rovers,4 from 4, and Killarney Athletic 3-3 met in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier.
And it was the home side that got the vital first goal and then added a second before the break. Despite LB trying hard Killarney Athletic added two more without reply in the second half. Luke Doolan got 3 and Cillian Coffey the other for the home side with Brian O’Shea in great form.
Killorglin kept the pressure on the two sides above them but they had to come from 2-0 down at half time as Inter Kenmare were ahead thanks to goals from Dawid Grebowice and Liam O’Sullivan. However goals from Aaron Doyle 2 and Darragh Lynch gave Killorglin all three points.
Killarney Celtic were involved in a very tight game away to Listowel Celtic. The game was decided when Oisin Fleming scored for Killarney Celtic from the penalty spot.
Tralee Dynamos were 3-1 winners away at Fenit thanks to goals from Adam Evans 2 and Shayne Stack with Pierce Lowth in great form for the Dynamos. Cian McKenna replied for Fenit.
Dingle Bay continue their unbeaten to lead 13 Division 1:
Leaders Dingle Bay Rovers remain unbeaten and leading the 13’s Division 1 with 15 points from 5 games. Padraig Manning hit 3, Cian McGearailt 2 and Sean Sheehy, Jack Sheehy and Ned Ryan getting 1 each.
Third placed Iveragh United were 2-1 winners at home to Camp Juniors thanks to goals from Alex Kelly and Daithi Sugrue with Dara Murphy replying for Camp.
Tralee Dynamos will be happy that their work on the training ground has seen them win this game after two defeats. They were impressive in front of goal and Naoche Kebede, Mollie Duggan, Francis O’Brien and Christy Boy Burke all hitting the net.
There was the rare Schoolboys Girls League result in the game between Park B and Killarney Athletic with the sides drawing 0-0. Conor Crean stood out for the Park with Karl James O’Neill in great form for Athletic.
MEK Galaxy now 5 from 5 in 13 Division 2 South
Leaders MEK Galaxy needed a big second half to maintain their perfect record in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2. Goals from Ryan Carey 2, Patrick O’Neill and Jamie Vousden say the Mid and East Kerry side win 4-0 to move onto 5 wins from 5 and stay top of the table.
Ballyhar Dynamos will be very happy with their 1-0 away win at second placed Killorglin B. Eoin Walsh got the vital goal in the second half.
Inter Kenmare C have moved into second place, one point ahead of Killorglin B, thanks to a 5-1 win at home to Mastergeeha B. Jack Wiggins, John O’Sullivan, Alex Sheehan 2 and Robbie Guest got the goals for Inter with Thomas Myers replying for the Kilbrean side,
Park C made it 4 from 4 but only just in 13 Division 2 North:
Mikey O’Leary and Michael Enright put Camp Juniors 2-0 up at half time. But Park C were determined to hold onto the unbeaten record and goals from Brian Heaphy and Adam O’Neill to level matters. And when it looked like be honours even Nikita Hoare had the final say with a cracking winner for the Tralee side.
In the other game Listowel Celtic B and LB Rovers drew1-1 with Oran O’Sullivan getting the LB goal.
Ballyhar Dynamos up to joint second in 14 Division 2:
There was a goal fest in the Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 14’s Division 2 with Mastergeeha and Ballyhar Dynamos sharing 12 goals and sharing the points.
For the home side in Kilbrean Park Cian Guerin and Adam Whitty both scored two each with Gavin Barry and Jack O’Brien getting one each. For Ballyhar Dynamos Aaron O’Halloran hit 4 with Fionn Coleman getting the other goals.
Killarney Celtic 15’s go 4 from 4
In the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier Killarney Celtic won their 4th game in a row to top the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier game. They were 7-4 winners at home to Iveragh United. The goals for the South Kerry sides goals came from Oisin Breen, Ben Egan and Emmet Daly. On the mark for Celtic were Luke O’Neill and Adrian Casey who both hit hat-tricks with Josh Bowler getting the other goal.
A Dara O’Connell goal gave Mastergeeha a share of the points in a 1-1 draw at home to Listowel Celtic.
Killorglin won away to Inter Kenmare thanks to goals from Darragh O’Connor 3, Finn Barrett and Rian O’Sullivan.
Two draws in the 15 Division 1
Leaders Tralee Dynamos dropped their first points in 4 games as they were held to a 2-2 draw away to Killarney Athletic. For the home side Mikey Lynch and Alex Hennigan were on the mark.
But Dingle Bay Rovers in second failed to take full advantage as they also drew away. They were held to a 1-1 draw with Fenit. James Hoare was on the mark for Dingle Bay who needed a big game from keeper Paidi Mac Gearailt to ensure they took a point from the game.
Girl’s Roll of Honour:
From the girls games at 13’s and 17’s the Girls Roll of Honour players for this week are Emma Daly and Caoimhe O’Brien Killarney Celtic, Ciara Kennedy and Jade Ryan Dingle Bay Rovers, Siofra Murphy and Anna Chute in goal for Fenit, Luck O’Leary and Debbi Maye in goal for Killarney Athletic, Ella Lucey and Clogadh Carroll Ballyheigue and Laura Falvey Listowel Celtic.
Team of the Week:
Kyle Murphy
Mastergeeha 13’s
Josh Ryan Alex Kelly Timmy Galvin
Castleisland 12’s Iveragh United 13’s Killarney Athletic 15’s
Ryan Carey Alex Sheehan Dara Harty Tom Quilter
MEK Galaxy 13’s Inter Kenmare 13’s Fenit 12’s Tralee Dynamos 13’s
Ben Sugrue Aaron O’Sullivan Sean O’Neill
Killorglin 12’s Ballyhar Dynamos 14’s Park 13’s