7 Up for Kerry:

Evens National Cup:

12’s Round 3:

Charleville 1-3 Killorglin

Camp Juniors 2-3 Listowel Celtic

Mastergeeha 1-8 Aisling Annacotty

14’s Round 2:

Park 6-0 Fairview Rangers

Killorglin 4-3 Regional

Killarney Celtic 3-0 Crorbally

16’s Round 2:

Tralee Dynamos 0-0 Nenagh

Tralee Dynamos win 5-4 on pens

Knocklong Hospital 0-7 Killarney Celtic

Park 0-2 Limerick FC.


7 out of 9 Kerry teams have progressed to the next rounds of the Evens National Cup and only one round away from the Last 32 and the Open Draw.

12’s National Cup:

In the 12’s the all Kerry clash between Camp and Listowel Celtic was a 5 goal cracker with the visitors just getting the better of Camp. Adam Farrell put Listowel Celtic ahead before Stephen Smith Galvin equalised. Listowel Celtic took over and went 3-2 ahead thanks to goals from Aoife Horgan and Cian Clancy. They stayed ahead mainly thanks to their keeper Jack Shine who had a great game. Caoilan O’Connor pulled one back for Camp but they just couldn’t find the equaliser. Well done to Camp Juniors who produced an excellent programme to mark their 20th anniversary.

Killorglin had a very good 3-1 away to Charleville. Dylan Murphy scored 2 and Adam Owens the third to see the mid Kerry boys progress to the 4th round.

Mastergeeha were beaten by a very Aisling Annacotty side at Kilbrean Park. Brendan O’Leary got the goal for the home side.

14’s National Cup:

All three Kerry sides progressed in the 14’s which shows the strength in depth at this age group. The Park were 6-0 winners at home to Fairview Rangers in Christy Leahy Park. Sean McGrath top scored with 3 while Leon and Marvin Shambala got one each as did Alfie Christie straight from a corner.

Killorglin went 2-0 down at home to Regional United but turned it around thanks to 2 Jack O’Connor goals either side of half time. Martin Foley then put the home side ahead before Dylan O’Neill wrapped up the win.

Killarney Celtic put 3 past Corbally at Celtic Park without reply. Patrick Darcy, Ryan Kelliher and Mike Lenihan were the scorers.

16’s National Cup:

Tralee Dynamos were in a nail biting encounter with Nenagh that remained score-less all the way through extra time. Into penalties and Dynamos were faultless with Rian O’Sullivan, Dara Divine, Dan O’Connor, Kevin Williams all scoring as did Eoin McElligott who showed no nerves to wrap up the win. Donagh McKiveran saved one from Nenagh to send Dynamos through.

Killarney Celtic travelled away to Knocklong /Hospital and came through thanks to doubles from David Clifford, Oran O’Donoghue and Luke O’Donoghue. Mark Harnett added a 7th to wrap up the win in style.

Unfortunately The Park went down 2-0 to Limerick FC at Christy Leahy Park.

League Results / Reports:

JK Sports: 12’s:


Tralee Dynamos 0-4 Park.

12 Division 1:

Killarney Athletic 1-3 Killarney Celtic B.

12 Division 2:

Asdee 3-0 Park C

Camp B 0-4 Park B

Foundation Sports 14’s:


Tralee Dynamos 3-2 Listowel Celtic

Division 1:

Ballyhar 2-2 Killarney Celtic

Iveragh 0-7 Mastergeeha

Camp A 6-1

Division 2:

Fenit 8-0 Tralee Dynamos B.

Tralee Trophy World 16’s:

Division 1

Camp 5-2 Inter Kenmare

Fenit 2-6 Ballyhar

Division 2:

Killarney Celtic B 3-0 Listowel Celtic B

Castlemaine 1-3 Park B.


JK Sports 12’s:

In the JK Sports Premier St Brendan’s Park made the short trip across the road a winning one as they defeated Dynamos 4-0. Leon Gallagher hit 2 with Armin Heinrich and Martin Laucher both scoring once.

12’s Division 1:

Killarney Celtic B brought the 3 points back from their trip across town as they defeated Killarney Athletic 3-1. Darragh Looney scored for Athletic.

12’s Division 2:

Leaders Park made it 3 from 3 with an away win at Camp. They defeated Camp B 4-0 with goals from Mark Brick, Mark Healy 2 and Robert Vassiu.

Asdee continued their good start to the League with a 3-0 win at home to Park C. Peter O’Sullivan, Oran O’Neill and Daithi Twomey got the goals.

Foundation Sports 14’s:


Tralee Dynamos were 3-0 winners at home to Listowel Celtic. Leo Gaxha, Cody Dauti and Sean Kennedy were the Dynamos scorers.

Division 1:

Ballyhar and Killarney C drew 2 all in Murt Scott Park. The home side were 2-0 down as Adam McMahon and Evan Lyons scored for The Hoops. But the home side pulled the 2 back thanks to goals from Darragh O’Donoghue and Dylan O’Callaghan.

Mastergeeha defeated Iveragh United in Kilbrean Park thanks to goals from Dylan Murphy and Paul O’Shea who scored 2 each with Sean Brosnan, Niall O’Connor and Daniel Keane scoring 1.

Camp defeated Inter Kenmare thanks to hat tricks from Killian Falvey and Cian Wall. Tom Murnane replied for Inter.

In Division 2 Fenit defeated Tralee Dynamos B.

WFAI 12’S National Cup Blitz:

Listowel Celtic were one of 4 Munster teams that took part in the National Finals of the 12’s Blitz. The girls had two very good wins over Buncrana and Salthill Devon before losing out to eventual winners Shelbourne FC. The Hoops finished in their group and a very creditable 7th overall. 

Team of the Week:

                                                               Oliver Cremin Murphy

                                                                     Killarney Celtic 14’s

Sean Donnellan                       Sean Brosnan                     Dillon Quinn                   Oran O’Neill

     Fenit 16’s                                 Park 12’s                     Listowel Celtic 12’s                 Asdee 12’s

   Daniel Keane                     Leo Gaxha                           Killian O’Neill                   Padraig McCannon

Mastergeeha 14’s         Tralee Dynamos 14’s                 Camp 12’s                             Park 14’s

                                                Dylan Moriarty                               Tom Murnane  

                                                 Killorglin 12’s                             Inter Kenmare 16’s