League Results – First Weekend of October:
JK Sports Under 12 Div 1:
Killorglin 7 – 0
Div 1:
Killorglin B 3-4 Iveragh United
Park B 4-3 Kingdom Boys
Mastergeeha B 2-2 Killarney Celtic B.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier:
Dingle Bay 1-2 Park
Under 14 North:
Castlemaine 5-0 Listowel Celtic
Clanmaurice 1-6 Kingdom Boys
Mastergeeha 1-2 Park B
Under 16 Dante’s League Premier:
Killarney Athletic 2-0 Mastergeeha
Under 16 Div 1:
Camp 5 – 1 Iveragh
Listowel Celtic 3-0 Ballyhar
Castlemaine 1-0 St Bernard’s
Under 12 JK Sports Div 1:
Killorglin continued their good start to the season and have moved onto six points from two games.
They were too good for a young Asdee side winning 7- 0 with goals from Keelin Cahill 2, Dylan O’Sullivan 2, Mike Breen, Paul Murphy and Padraig O’Brien.
Div 2:
Iveragh B have made a great start to their Div 2 campaign and are now unbeaten in three games following this 4-3 win away to Killorglin B.
William Hickey, Conor Flynn and Joanthan Kissane were on the mark for the home side but 2 from Michael Brennan and one each from Shane Flaherty and Padraig McGill gave Iveragh the points.
The Park B joined Iveragh on nine points also winning 4-3 against neighbours Kingdom Boys. Andrew Phillips hit 2 plus one from Donagh O’Brien and Fergal Ryan saw The Park take the points. Mergin, Cian Liston and Jack Agnew replied for Kingdom Boys.
Mastergeeha B took a good point off Killarney Celtic B in a home 2-2 draw. Niall McCarthy and James Devane scored for the Kilbrean sides with James McAuliffe and Conor Stack getting the Hoops goals.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier:
Two sides who won their opening game clashed in Dingle with the visitors the Park taking the points from Dingle Bay on a 2-1 score line.
Jessie O’Sullivan and Con Heuston were on the mark for the visitors with Barry O’Sullivan scoring for Dingle Bay.
Under 14 North:
Even in these early stages this is turning into a great battle between Castlemaine and Kingdom Boys.
Castlemaine made it three from three with a 5-0 home win over Listowel Celtic. Cathal O’Connor had a great day hitting 3 and these were added to by Owen O’Brien and Daniel O’Connor.
Kingdom Boys took the points on the road defeating Clanmaurice 6-1. Calvin Foley and Shane Lowth got 2 each with Kieran McCarthy and Jack O’Callaghan scoring one each.
Under 14 South:
Park B move onto six points from three games following their 2-1 win over Mastergeeha who had a win and a draw from their first two games.
Cornelius Buckley scored for the home side but goals from DJ McGuire and Brian Hill ensured the Park took three points.
Under 16 Dante’s Premier:
Killarney Athletic got three points without kicking a ball as Mastergeeha conceded there game.
Div 1:
Listowel Celtic will be delighted with their first points of the season, especially as they got them by defeating the unbeaten Ballyhar. Goals from Eddie Sheehan, Cormac Mulvihill and Michael Woods ensured Listowel Celtic’s campaign is up and running.
Castlemaine also put their first points of the season on the board with a 1-0 win over St Bernards. Jack McCarthy was the only scorer in the game.
Iveragh United travelled to Camp but came away empty handed as the home side won 5-1.

Team of the Week:
Maurice O’Keeffe
Listowel Celtic U14
Willie Hurley Cian Liston Pierce McGill
Park U14 K. Boys U12 Iveragh United U14
Cathal O’Connor Mark O’Connor Patrick Warren Andrew Phillips
Castlemaine U14 Dingle Bay Rvs U14 Killarney Celtic U12 Park U12
Nigel O’Connor James Nagle Calvin Foley
Kingdom Boys U16 Mastergeeha U12 Kingdom Boys U14

NOTE: I did not put Gary O’Neill on the Team of the Week because I feel he deserves a special mention all to himself. Everyone in Schoolboys Soccer is basking from the glory of one of our own leading out a Republic of Ireland side. Gary had the Captain’s arm band on when for Irelands under 16’s second win of the weeks against Estonia.
Indeed his week had gotten off to a great start as he scored twice for the Young Boys in Green on Wednesday night.
To show his commitment to Kerry Schoolboys Soccer Gary then travelled home on Friday night and onto to Broadford with Kingdoms Boys and scored in their 5-1 win in the first round of the National Cup. A week to remember for a player who will have many weeks to remember in the long career that’s hopefully ahead of him.