Early Rounds of Cup’s wrapped up:
Park 7-0 Castleisland
John Murphy 12’s Cup:
Mastergeeha 5-0 Park C
Dingle Bay Rovers 3-0 Killorglin B
Ballyhar 5-2 Killarney Celtic B
Camp Juniors 2 – 2 Listowel Celtic A
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup:
Park A 7-0 St Bernards
Ballyhar 3-1 Killarney Celtic B
Iveragh United 1-8 Killorglin A
Park B 1-1 Killorglin B AET
Park B win 4-3 on pens.
Killarney Celtic C 0-3 Mastergeeha
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup:
Tralee Dynamos B 1-0 Inter Kenmare
Listowel Celtic A 4-1 Fenit
Iveragh United 1-3 Killorglin.
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic A 3-0 Park A
12 Division 2:
Killarney Celtic C 2-2 Tralee Dynamos B
Asdee 0-4 Camp Juniors B
Foundation Sports 14 Premier
Killarney Celtic A 3-2 Tralee Dynamos A
14’s Division 2:
Tralee Dynamos B 5-1 Listowel Celtic B
Fenit 3-0 Asdee
Girls 14 Premier
Killarney Celtic 6 –0 Mastergeeha
Listowel Celtic 4–0 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Tralee Dynamos 1-2 Park A
15 Division 1
Killarney Athletic 6-0 Killarney Celtic C
There were places in the Quarter Finals of the Cups up for grabs while for all the beaten teams, bar the Premier sides are into the Shield First round with the draws for these to be done this week.
11’s Cup: The final place in the 11’s Cup quarter final was taken by Park A who defeated Castleisland. David Feeley, Sean Hill, Ben Hanafin, Ciaran Cooney, Josh Connolly, Colin Dooly, Cillian Murphy and Copnor Kerins all scored one each in the win.
John Murphy 12’s Cup: Mastergeeha made home advantage count as they got past the Park C with goals from Colin Dunlea, Cian Foley, Keelan Murphy, Brendan O’Leary and Adam O’Sullivan.
Cormac O’Cinnaide, Tadgh Kennedy and Thomas O’Shea scored for Dingle Bay Rovers as they progressed at home to Killorglin B.
Ballyhar defeated Killarney Celtic B 5-2 at home with John Power on fire hitting 4 goals. Bryan Burke got the other goal for the winners. Simon Coffey got both goals for Killarney Celtic B.
The Listowel Celtic A and Mastergeeha B game was called off.
13’s Cup: Camp Juniors A and Listowel Celtic A were involved in a thriller with the sides sharing 4 goals in normal time. Cian O’Grady and Nathan O’Connell scored for Camp A while Mickey Nolan got the two for Listowel Celtic A. In extra time Listowel Celtic proved to be just the stronger and goals from Conor Hogan and Nathan McGrath saw the North Kerry side through.
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup: The Park A were too strong for St Bernard’s with seven players scoring individual goals. Jordan Barry, Seb Vassiu, James Sheehan, Kevin Goulding, Conor Hayse, Sean McGrath and Leon Shalemba all got their names on the score-sheet.
Ballyhar had a good day at home in Murt Scott Park with the 14’s also going through as they got past Killarney Celtic B 3-1. Darragh O’Donoghue, Patrick O’Connor and Dylan Callaghan were the Ballyhar scorers.
Mastergeeha booked their place in the quarter finals with a 3-0 win over Killarney Celtic C while Killorglin A continued their impressive form in all competitions. Here they defeated Iveragh United in Caherciveen. Gar Hassett came off the bench to score a second hat trick, Ronan O’Shea hit a 30 year free kick to the net, Gary Murphy scored twice with Dylan O’Neill and Gabe Griffin getting one each.
The Park B and Killorglin B game went all the way to penalties after it finished 1 all after extra time. Samson Ayavi got the goal for the Park B in normal time. From the spot Mark Dziedziuch, Samson Ayavi, James Hayse and Tennyson Escobar were all successful in a 4-3 win. However the Park were very grateful to keeper Joe Hannafin who stopped a number of Killorglin penalties to see his side through in a nail-biter.
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup: Tralee Dynamos B are into Round 1 thanks to a goal from Niall Downey in a 1-0 win over Inter Kenmare. Dynamos B will now travel away to Castlemaine for a place in the quarter finals.
Into those quarter finals are Listowel Celtic A and Killorglin. Listowel Celtic A defeated Fenit 4-1 thanks to a Darren Loughnane hat trick and one from Maurice Dowling. Ed Moynihan replied for Fenit.
Killorglin were 3-1 winners away to Iveragh with Darragh O’Sullivan getting 2 and Kealan Cahill the other while Jack Landers was on the mark for Iveragh.
Under 10 Girls Blitz:
The future stars of the Girls game at Killarney and Listowel Celtic’s enjoyed their Blitz at Celtic Park. The League will be hoping that more clubs put together teams at this age group and more Blitz’s for our youngest girls can be arranged.
Killarney Celtic into 2nd in 12 Premier:
In the JK Sports 12 Premier Killarney Celtic moved into second place and to within 2 points of leaders Killorglin, although they have a couple of more games played. The Hoops defeated Park A 3-0. Daniel Okute 2 and Jackson Maahony were the Celtic scorers.
Points shared in Division 2:
With leaders The Park B well out in front the battle for second place is red hot. Tralee Dynamos B and Killarney Celtic C were level on points going into the game and were still level after the hour. Angel Zamora and Erin Moloney scored for Celtic while Donnagh Stephenson and Andy Raogers were the Dynamos scorers.
Camp Juniors took the points in their clash with Asdee with Coleman O’Meara 2, Cathal Donovan and Michael Casey getting the goals for the winners.
Cracker in the 14 Premier:
The Foundation Sports 14 Premier games between Killarney Celtic and Tralee Dynamos turned into a cracking game with Celtic winning late on to move into joint top spot in the table. The Hoops went 2-0 up with goals from Niall McGillicuddy and Liam Spillane but Dynamos levelled it up. Two goals from Sean Kennedy, one from the penalty spot and one from a direct free kick looked like giving the Tralee boys a share of the points. But there was another twist when Darragh Dineen scored the winner late on for Killarney Celtic direct from a corner.
Things are tight in 14 Division 2:
Fenit have moved into second place with a 3-0 win at home to Asdee. Listowel Celtic B are only a couple of points back after a 5-1 win away at Tralee Dynamos B. Cian McGrath and Jake Brosnan both scored twice with Darragh Lynch getting the other for Listowel Celtic B.
Killarney Celtic Girls remain unbeaten in 14 Premier:
Killarney Celtic made it 5 wins from 5 in the Girls 14 Premier as they were too experienced for a young Mastergeeha side who battled hard. Lauren Burke and Maud Kelly did most of the damage for Celtic.
Listowel Celtic remain in second place thanks to a 4-0 win over Killarney Athletic. Aoife Horgan scored twice before going off with a shoulder injury. We all wish her a speedy recovery. Caoimhe Spillane scored the other two goals for Listowel Celtic.
Park win Tralee Derby in 15 Premier:
Leaders and unbeaten side The Park won the Tralee Derby in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier with a 2-1 win over Dynamos. Robin McCarthy and Michael Slattery got the goal for the Park. Dillon Robinson replied for Dynamos who were unlucky not to take at least a point as they missed a penalty when they were 1-0 up.
Athletic into 3rd as 15 Division 1 closes up:
Killarney Athletic were too strong for Killarney Celtic C and their 3 points sees them move into joint second place alongside Killarney Celtic B with both only a point behind Inter Kenmare. John Coffey, Colm Cagney and Fionbarr Hickey were amongst the goals.
Team of the Week:
Killarney Celtic 12’s
Jake Brosnan Darragh O’Callaghan Shane Aherne
Listowel Celtic 14’s Mastergeeha 12’s Killorglin 16’s
Alex Hoare Cormac O’Cinnaide Coleman O’Meara Edward Sheehy
Tralee Dynamos 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s Camp Juniors 12’s Park 12’s
Jack Landers Gar Hassett John Power
Iveragh United 16’s Killorglin 14’s Ballyhar 12’s