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Skechers 12’s National Cup:
Killarney Celtic 7-0 Granville Rangers
Park 2-0 Pike Rovers
Inter Kenmare 0-3 Corbally United
Mungret Regional 2-1 Killorglin
Skechers 14’s National Cup:
Killorglin 8-1 Regional United A
Killarney Celtic 1-6 Fairview Rangers
Camp Juniors 1-3 Shannon Town
Skechers 16’s National Cup:
Tralee Dynamos 0-2 Pike Rovers
JK Sports 12’s:
Premier 2: Killarney Athletic Blue 1-4 Dingle Bay Rovers
Premier 3: Fenit 4-2 Tralee Dynamos
Premier 4: Park B 2-3 Mastergeeha B
Listowel Celtic 4-2 Killarney Athletic White
12’s Division 1:
Killorglin B 2-6 Killarney Celtic C
MEK 3-6 Camp Juniors.
Foundation Sports 14’s:
Listowel Celtic A 1-2 Mastergeeha
Dingle Bay Rovers 0-6 Ballyhar
Iveragh United 0-0 Inter Kenmare
Tralee Dynamos 3-0 Park B
Killarney Celtic B 1-1 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Plaza 15’s
Killarney Celtic 2-2 Killarney Athletic
Tralee Trophy World 16’s:
Mastergeeha 1-0 Killarney Celtic
Listowel Celtic A 1-5 Camp Juniors
Ballyheigue 1-4 Ballyhar
Iveragh United 2-2 St Bernards
Fenit 4-1 Listowel Celtic B
Skechers National Cup:
In the 12’s National Cup Killarney Celtic and The Park are into Round 4 from where the winners progress to the Last 32 Open Draw. To win in Round 4 is even more important this year as it’s the inaugural Regional qualifiers where 5 teams from the South West region will play out to a winner.
Killarney Celtic were emphatic winner over Granville Rangers with Kelvin O’Sullivan and Eoghan Crowley both hitting hat-tricks and Cathal Kelly getting the other goal.
Celtic will be away to the winners of Nenagh and Kildimo United.
St Brendan’s Park are also into Round 4 as they defeated Pike Rovers 2-0. Dara Cunnane got the two goals for the Pasrk with Obina Izahi outstanding for the Tralee side.
The Parkare also away in the next round when they go to either Lough Derg or Aisling Annacotty A.
Killorglin has an outstanding win in the 14’s National Cup with an 8-1 win over Regional United A. Eoghan Hassett and Adam Owens both scored two each while Dylan Moriarty, Jason O’Connor and Darragh Callan got one each.
Killorglin have a tough draw in the next round as they are away to Fairview Rangers, conquerors of Killarney Celtic in this round. The Limerick side were 6-1 winners over the Hoops. Killian O’Sullivan from the penalty spot was Celtic’s only scorer.
Also out are Camp Juniors who lost 3-1 at home to Shannon Town.
Kerry’s interest in the 16’s National Cup ended with the 2-0 defeat by Pike Rovers in Round 3.
Uneven Ages This Weekend: This weekend it’s the next rounds of the Uneven Ages with 9 Kerry sides in action in the 13’s and 15’s. 2 Kerry sides are sure to progress as The Park face Killorglin in the 13’s and Ballyhar face Killarney Celtic in the 15’s.
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Action in 3 of 4 Premier Divisions:
Premier 2: Dingle Bay Rovers made the perfect start to their JK Sports 12 Premier 2 campaign with a 4-1 win over Killarney Athletic B. James Hoare hit 3 with Paddy Ryan getting the other goal.
Premier 3: Tralee Dynamos pushed Fenit all the way and the younger side scored twice through Gearoid O’Shea who got both. However Fenit are a good side with a win under their belts and moved onto 6 points thanks to goals from Donagh Murphy and Billy Walsh who scored two each.
Premier 4: Goals from Gavin Cronin 2 and Jack Fogarty gave Mastergeeha the points over Park B. Their goals came from Josh O’Connell. The Park had to use Amerildo Canilo in goal and he did well. They also had good performances from Rodrigo Pinho, Dylan Hobbart and the keeper and with 10 attempts on goal will probably think they deserved a draw.
Mastergeeha are joint top of the table with Listowel Celtic who got the better of Killarney Athletic White. Stefan Carrig, Oisin Healy, Jack Enright and Killian Boyle scored for Celtic while Neil O’Carroll scored for Athletic with the other score being an og.
Camp Juniors top of Division 1:
Camp Juniors and MEK had 9 goals between them with Camp striking 6 of the goals. Cillian Quirke got 2 with Ryan O’Connor, CJ Daniels, Jason Casey and Tadgh Scanlon getting one each. For MEK Max Leon, Sam Buckley and Jack O’Brien were the goal scorers.
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Mastergeeha go top of Premier:
Mastergeeha’s 2-1 win over Listowel Celtic sees them move to the top of the table. Cian Foley and Padraig Finnegan got the goals for the Kilbrean side.
In mid-week Killarney Celtic A and Tralee Dynamos drew 2-2 in a cracking game. Niall McGillicuddy and Jack O’Connor scored for Celtic but goals from Leo Gaxha and Junior Ankomah saw the two Tralee sides share the points.
Ballyhar go 4 from 4 in Division 1:
Ballyhar made the trip to Dingle Bay a winning one to move to the top of the Premier table with 4 wins from 4 played. Eoghan Greaney scored twice with John Power, Peter Cosgrave, Cormac Costello and Brian Burke netting one each.
Tralee Dynamos are keeping the pressure up on Ballyhar with their win at home to Park B moving them onto 10 points. Danny Burke scored twice and Sean Horan the third in their 3-0 win.
Unusually there were two draws in this Division. Killarney Celtic B went ahead thanks to a Mike McCarthy goal. Donnachadh Warren equalised late on for Athletic.
Iveragh United and Inter Kenmare drew 0-0 in their game.
Tralee Trophy World 16
Mastergeeha win at Celtic in Premier:
Killarney Celtic went down 1-0 to Mastergeeha at Celtic Park and took all three points thanks to Dylan Murphy’s goal. Mastergeeha’s goalkeeper Keith O’Leary was Man of the Match showing how close this game was.
Camp Juniors lead Division 1:
Camp Juniors are still unbeaten in 16’s Division 1 and are now on 10 points from 4 games. Jack Farrell, Chris Kane, Colm Moriarty, Killian Falvey and Cian Wall were the Camp scorers. Cian McGrath got the Listowel Celtic consolation.
Ballyhar will be happy to have put their first three points on the board following a 4-1 win at Ballyheigue. Dylan Callaghan and Jason Brennan scored two goals each for the winners.
Fenit in Division 2:
Fenit will be delighted to have put three points on the board following a 4-1 win at home to Listowel Celtic B. Ted Moloney got the goal for the North Kerry side.
Iveragh United and St Bernards shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Dylan Huggard got both goals for the South Kerry side while Cillian Trant and Ray McAulliffe replied for the North Kerry team.
Team of the Week:
Conall Clifford Clement Crean Jimmy Lehane Darren Dowd
Tralee Dynamos 14’s Camp Juniors 12’s Inter Kenmare 14’s Ballyhar 14’s
Aodhan Beaglaoicxh Alex Hennigan Paddy Falvey Cormac Dillon
Dingle Bay 12’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Fenit 12’s Listowel Celtic 12’s
Cillian Trant Dylan Huggard
St Bernard’s 16’s Iveragh United 16’s
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