A busy Easter Week Part 2

Here are the results and reports from mid week.


John Murphy Cup 12’s Semi Final:

Killorglin 2-0 Listowel Celtic

JK Sports 12’s: Division 1:

Inter Kenmare 4-1 Killarney Celtic B

Killarney Celtic C 4-3 Camp

Kingdom Boys B 0-7 Park B

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s: Division 1:

Castlemaine 1-3 Camp.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Premier:

Park 2-1 Kingdom Boys

Killarney Celtic 5-1 Fenit

Killarney Athletic 2-2 Park

Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:

Park A 1-3 Killarney Athletic A

Listowel Celtic 2-2 Killarney Celtic

Tralee Trophy World 16 Div 1 Plate:

Ballyheigue 1-4 Iveragh United.


John Murphy 12’s Cup Semi Final:

Killorglin 2-0 Listowel Celtic.

Killorglin are the first side into a Cup final this season thanks to a 2-0 win over Listowel Celtic in the John Murphy 12’s Cup semi final. Mark O’Connor and Daire Cleary were on the mark for the home side. Killorglin will meet the winners of the second semi final between Kingdom Boys and The Park in the decider.

JK Sports 12 Division 1:

The big game in this Division was the League decider between the two unbeaten sides with Inter Kenmare who were on 22 points at home Killarney Celtic who were top of the table on 24 points. This game was played before a big crowd and after equal early exchanges it was the home side’s strength all over the pitch that saw them get the upper hand. Dylan O’Connor opened the scoring in the first half thanks to an unstoppable free kick.

The second goal was also going to be vital and again after a great through ball by the very tricky Ben Murnane O’Connor put the home side two up. Killarney Celtic never gave up and pushed forward but we caught on the break when Murnane got his deserved goal to wrap up the title and Aidan Cooney put the icing on the cake with the fourth.  This game was a great advert for the game and both clubs futures are in safe hands with the level of skills displayed by both sets of players.

Elsewhere in the Division The Park consolidated their fourth place finish with a win over neighbours Kingdom Boys B. Robin McCarthy top scored with a hat trick, Dean Scanlon hit 2 and Adam Ward and David Couchman one each.

Despite losing to Killarney Celtic C Camp ended their campaign in fifth place. It was good finish to the season by the boys from Celtic Park whose goals came from Niall McGillicuddy, Dara Fleming and Robert Osbourne. For Camp Cillian Foley got one and Jack Farrell two goals.

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 1:

A hat trick from Jimmy O’Grady ensured that Camp will finish third in the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division. His three goals saw them defeat Camp 3-1. Cian Flynn was on the mark for Castlemaine.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s Premier:

The Park’s win in the derby game over Kingdom Boys ensures that this Division is now a three horse race. Leaders Killarney Celtic kept ahead of their two chasers after they defeated Fenit. After this series of mid week games Killarney Celtic are on 22 points, Kingdom Boys on 19 and The Park on 17 with all having three games to play.

Tommy Lynch and Kieran Carmody were the scorers for The Park in their game against The Kingdom while Killarney Celtic had goals from Cathal O’Shea, Conor McCarthy, Dion Marcos, Peter McCarthy and Gary Mathews in their win over Fenit.

However there was not such good news for The Park in their second game of the week when they faced Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn on Friday. The game finished 2-2. Daniel O’Brien and Ciaran Kennedy scored for Athletic with Karl Mullins and Luke Moynihan getting the Park’s goals.

Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:

Killarney Athletic continued their unbeaten run in this Division and are now unbeaten in their seven games. Their latest three points came from a 3-1 win over third placed Park A. Michael Casey got two of their goals and David Naughton the third. The Park remain in third place.

Second met fourth when Listowel welcomed their Killarney namesakes in a game that both sides really needed to win. However at the finish both Celtic’s had to settle for a point a piece after a 2-2 draw. Darragh Sheehy got both goals for Listowel Celtic to put then 2-0 up but Cathal O’Shea pulled one back and Lee O’Donoghue equalised for Killarney Celtic. The table now sees Killarney Athletic on 21 points and with a game in hand over Listowel Celtic on 19 and Park on 15 points.

Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1 Plate:

Iveragh United kept their hopes of winning the 16’s Div 1 Plate alive thanks to a 4-1 win over Ballyheigue.