Kerry Cups Second Round and League Results:
Under 12 John Murphy Cup 2nd Round;
Killarney Athletic 7- 0 Asdee Rovers
Listowel Celtic 2-0 Killarney Celtic
Iveragh United 8-2 Asdee B
Killarney Celtic C 2-1 Kingdom Boys B
Park 4-0 Camp
Kingdom Boys A 2-0 Mastergeeha
Fenit 5-2 Killarney Celtic B
Inter Kenmare 1-0 Ballyhar
Under 14 Tom Hayes Cup 2nd Round:
Camp 2-4 Asdee
Castlemaine 2-1 Fenit
Park 0-1 Dingle Bay Rvs
Killorglin 5-2 Killarney Athletic
Under 16 Tucker Kelly Preliminary Round:
Killarney Celtic 4-0 Park.
Under 12 John Murphy Cup:
8 sides are left in the hat for the John Murphy Under 12 Cup following the second round. Killarney Athletic were too strong for Asdee winning 7-0. David Shaw 2, Brendan Coppinger 2 and one each from Mark O’Shea, James Suter and Jack O’Connor were the scorers.
Listowel Celtic got the better of their Celtic namesakes, in the game between the top two teams in the Premier Division. Kevin Kennedy and Michael Foley were the Listowel scorers.
Iveragh United put 8 past Asdee B. Josh Launders, Derek Quigley, Niall O’Shea, Pierce McGill, Niall Brennan, Darren Casey and Jason O’Sullivan were all on the mark for the South Kerry boys.
Killarney Celtic C had a great 2-1 win over Kingdom Boys B, coming from 1-0 down. Luke O’Donoghue was the hero hitting both goals.
Kingdom Boys A are through after a 2-0 win at home to Mastergeeha with goals from Darren O’Sullivan and Stefan.
Fenit also progressed at home win 5-2 against Killarney Celtic B. Jack McCarthy hit 3 and Bobby O’Regan 2 for the winners with Casper Malinoski getting both of Celtic’s goals.
Inter Kenmare and Ballyhar was the tightest game of the day, going to extra time. It was Darragh Sweeney who got the all important only goal of the game to put Inter Kenmare through.
The Park are also into the hat for the next round. They defeated Camp 4-0 with goals from Fergal Ryan 2, Kieran Carmody and Darren Chester.
Under 14 Tom Hayes Cup;
Four teams were already through to the last 8 after getting bye in this round. Listowel Celtic A, Killarney Celtic, Masteergeeha and Ballyhar were joined by Asdee, Castlemaine, Dingle Bay and Killorglin.
Asdee won 4-2 away to Camp thanks to two goals each from Joe Joe Grimes and Padraig O’Neill. Hughie O’Brien and Brandon Hoare replied for Camp.
Castlemaine were 2-1 winners at home to Fenit. Cathal O’Connor and Kieran Griffin scored for Castlemaine while Fionn Griffin got the goal for Fenit.
There was only one goal in the game between The Park and Dingle Bay and it went to the away side thanks to Tom O’Sullivan.
However in the game between Killorglin and Killarney Athletic there were plenty of goals. Killorglin got 6 thanks to Daniel McBeth 2, Tommy Cahill 2, Aaron Bean and Aidan Cox while Chris O’Meara and David Sheerin replied for Athletic.
Under 16 Tucker Kelly Cup Prem Round:
Killarney Celtic and The Park met for a place in the last eight of the Tucker Kelly Cup and it was the home side who progressed on a 4-0 score-line. Conor Keane and Wayne Sparling hit two each to set up a clash away to Listowel Celtic in the quarter finals. Kingdom Boys versus Inter Kenmare, St Bernards up against Iveragh United and Camp taking on Killarney Athletic are the other last eight games.
Under 12 JK sports Div 2:
Park B 2-2 Killorglin.
Under 12 Girls:
Kingdom Girls 2-9 Listowel Celtic
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Div 1 North:
Park B 4-2 Inter Kenmare.
Dante’s Under 16 Div 1;
St Bernard’s 4-3 Listowel Celtic.
Castlemaine 2-0 Camp.
Under 16 Girls:
Camp 0-7 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Celtic 7-0 Park.
JK Sports Under 12 Div 2:
The Park’s point from their 2-2 draw with Killorglin sees them move into 3rd place on 10 points and leaves them three points behind second placed Killarney Celtic B but with a game in hand. Aaron Shanahan hot both goals from Park B.
Under 12 Girls:
Listowel Celtic are unbeaten in this Division and are now six from six. Goals from Jackie Horgan 4, Aoife Behan 2, Leah Henry 2 and Saoirse Kennedy gave Listowel Celtic all three points.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Div 1 South:
A 4-2 win over Inter Kenmare put The Park B right back into contention in this Division. They are now level with Killorglin on 9 points and just one behind Mastergeeha. However Iveragh are well out in front on 17 points. On the mark for The Park were Brian Hill 2, Rhys Barry and Fionn Kavanagh.
Dante’s Under 16 Div 1:
St Bernards move into top spot and one point ahead of Iveragh United after their 4-3 win over Listowel Celtic. They did it the hard way coming from 3-1 down. Daniel Collins scored in both halves and Brendan O’Leary hit two to give St Bernards the vital points.
Under 16 Girls:
The strong teams had no problem against less experienced sides with both Celtic’s winning 7-0. Listowel defeated Camp thanks to goals from Amy Griffin 2, Lauren Flavin 2, Savanah McCarthy 2 and one from Catherine Flavin.
Killarney Celtic were winners by the same margin over Park.
Team of the Week:
Paudie McMahon Thady O’Sullivan Dylan Leen Fitzgerald Gareth Hickey
Killorglin U14 Castlemaine u14 Killarney Celtic U12 Dingle Bay U14
John Joe Landers Padraig O’Neill Gearoid Carmody Chris O’Meara
Camp u14 Asdee U14 Fenit U14 Killarney Athletic U14
Daniel Collins Lauren Flavin
St Bernards U16 Listowel Celtic U16 Girls.