Mid Term means Lots of Games:

Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:

Group 1:

Killarney Athletic A 0-4 Killarney Celtic A

Killorglin A 2 – 1 Kingdom Boys

Park A 7 – 1 Listowel Celtic A

Park 1-1 Kingdom Boys

Group 2:

Park B 3 –2 Listowel Celtic B

Group 3:

Camp B 1 – 2 Ballyhar

Group 4:

Killarney Celtic C 2-2 Asdee

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Premier:

Park A  – Mastergeeha

Kingdom Boys  –  Ballyhar

Fenit 1-3 Listowel Celtic

13’s Div 1:

Camp 2-0 Castlemaine

13’s Div 2:

Killorglin B 2-3 Killarney Celtic B.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s Div 1 South:

Iveragh Utd 2-7 Killorglin

15’s Cup Round 1:

Park A 6-0 Park B

Killarney Plaza 15’s Premier:

Listowel Celtic 7-0 Castleisland.

Div 1:

Park B 3-0 Kingdom Boys B

Killorglin B 6-0 Kingdom Boys B

Fenit 4-1 Killarney Athletic B

Kingdom Boys 1-1 Ballyhar

Listowel Celtic 0 –5 Camp.

Tralee Trophy World 16’s Div 1:

Mastergeeha 2-0 Listowel Celtic

Park B – Iveragh

Castlemaine – Inter Kenmare

Girls League:

13’s Killarney Celtic – Kingdom Girls

17’s Inter Kenmare 3-7 Listowel Celtic

       Killarney Celtic 4 -1 Inter Kenmare

      Listowel Celtic 6 – 0 Camp / Park.


With this being Mid Term a number of teams played both in mid week and on Saturday.

Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:

The Park A’s had a win over Listowel Celtic and a draw with Kingdom Boys in their two games this week. Also in Group 1 Killarney Celtic won the derby over Athletic while Killorglin were also winners.

The Park B just got the better of Listowel Celtic B in Group 2 while Ballyhar win over Camp B was just as tight.

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:

Fenit 1-3 Listowel Celtic

Park A 0-3 Mastergeeha

Kingdom Boys 4-0 Ballyhar

Leaders Killarney Celtic were not in action so the scramble to close the gap on the leaders who are on 18 points intensified. Listowel Celtic played on Thursday and took the three points in a 3-1 win at Fenit. Goals from Cillian Langan, Barry Moloney and Dara Goulding moved the North Kerry side onto 15 points and into second place in the table. Eoin McElligott replied for Fenit.

Mastergeeha’s 3-0 win over Park A puts them onto 13 points and in third place. James Nagle scored twice for the Kilbrean boys with Own Daly getting the other.

Kingdom Boys are the danger side as they won their 4 game from 4 played with a 4-0 at home to Ballyhar. They are in 4th on 12 points but have games in hand on all the teams above them. Dillon Robinson 2, Dara Divine and Rian O’Sullivan were the scorers. 

O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s Div 1 South:

Iveragh Utd 2-7 Killorglin

Two unbeaten sides met in this top of the table encounter in Caherciveen and it was the visitors Killorglin who took the points to remain unbeaten. Joe Glinwood was the top scorer in their 7-2 win as he hit 3. Jamie Clifford got 2 with Aaron Foley and Padraig O’Brien netting one each.

15’s Cup Round 1:

Park A 6-0 Park B:

It is a good sign of a club that they can field two teams in a Cup competition but when they are drawn together it is expected that the A team will progress and so it proved when the Park A met the Park B. 2 from Douggie Fitzell and Calvin Foley and one each from Chris Leane and Paudie Griffin moved the Park A’s into the Quarter Finals where they will travel to Fenit with a place in the Last 4 up for grabs. 

Killarney Plaza 15’s Premier:

Listowel Celtic have opened a 3 point gap over Killarney Athletic at the top of this Division but do have 2 more games played than the Killarney side. Listowel proved too strong for Castleisland and had Darragh Sheehy, Aidan Quinn, Michael Foley, Chris Elbell and Brian O’Seanachain on the mark.

Div 1:

This was the busiest Division of the week. In mid week The Park B defeated Kingdom Boys B 3-0. Killorglin B also defeated the Kingdom Boys side thanks to goals from Thomas Ethington, Niall Cronin, Shane Cahill, Daniel Whittington and Dean George.

Fenit were at home to Killarney Athletic B in another mid week game and thanks to goals from David Egan 2 and Jack McCarthy 2 took full points to top the table, but they have more games played than those around them.

Moving to the weekend and Kingdom Boys A and Ballyhar drew 1-1. John McMahon can’t stop scoring this season and he was again on the mark for Ballyhar.  Aaron O’Keeffe was on the mark for Kingdom Boys. This was Kingdom Boys first points dropped in seven games who are now second in the table.

Camp travelled to Listowel and came away with the spoils thanks to a 5-0 win over Celtic. Brandon Boyle, Maurice Slattery, Cillian Clarke, Timmy Smith and Jack Nix were the Camp scorers.

The top of the table now has Fenit leading the way on 21 points from 9 games played. Kingdom Boys are only two points behind on 19 from 7 games with Camp one further back on 16 points from their 7 games. Park B are on 15 from 9, Mastergeeha on 13 from 7 with  Ballyhar also on 13 from their 6 games.  


Tralee Trophy World 16’s Div 1:

Park B 6-2 Iveragh

The Park B are the big movers here as they move up to third place thanks to a 6-2 win over Iveragh Utd in Tralee. Jordan Conway, Ryan Carroll, Jason Stack, Chris Leane and 2 from Richard O’Brien were the Park scorers.

Leaders Castlemaine added another 3 points to the 16 points as they overcame Inter Kenmare 3-0. This game was scoreless into the second half before Eoin O’Mahoney opened the scoring for the home side. Inter pushed for an equaliser and tired and Castlemaine took full advantage scoring twice late on from Kieran Griffin and Cathal O’Connor.

Mastergeeha are in second place and remain four points behind Castlemaine.

Girls League:

17’s League:

Inter Kenmare 3-7 Listowel Celtic

Killarney Celtic 4-1 Inter Kenmare

Listowel Celtic 6-0 Camp / Park.

It was a good week all for Listowel Celtic with the news coming that Savanah McCarthy had made the Irish Schools 15’s squad for the forthcoming Bob Doherty Tournament. Savanah has the honour of being one of only three Munster girls to make the final 18.

Savanah was the difference between the sides when Listowel Celtic met Inter Kenmare in mid week scoring 4 goals. Rebecca Horgan and Lauren Flavin were the other girls on the score sheet. For Kenmare Noelle Brown, Caroline McCarthy and Laura Jones got the goals.

Listowel Celtic added another three points at the weekend as they got the better of Camp / Park. Lauren Flavin, Rebecca Horgan and Aoife Shine were the scorers.

Also in this Division Killarney Celtic defeated Inter Kenmare 4-1 with Sinead O’Sullivan on the mark for Kenmare.  The Killarney Celtic’s Irish capped star Olivia Dawson was player of the match here leading the scoring added to by Andrea Power and Jennifer Murphy who scored on her return from injury.

13’s League:

Killarney Celtic 4-0 Kingdom Girls:

An Emma Dineen hat trick and one from Molly Kelly gave Celtic the points in their home game against Kingdom Girls.

Team of the Week:

                                                                           Katie Cronin

                                                                    Killarney Celtic 17’s Girls

               Conor Keane                                   Daniel O’Connor                          Owen Daly

            Castlemaine 16’s                                Ballyhar 15’s                             Mastergeeha 13’s

  Cillian Langan                   Calvin Foley                        Jamie Clifford                Paul Moriarty

Listowel Celtic 13’s              Park 15’s                            Killorglin 14’s             Killarney Celtic 13’s

            Cillian Quirke                                       David Egan                           Savanah McCarthy                                     

                Camp 15’s                                         Fenit 15’s                              Listowel Celtic 17’s