Action all across the Uneven ages in the KSBGL:
National Cup Girls Round 2:
12’s –Inter Kenmare 0–0 Aisling Annacotty A AET
Inter Kenmare win 3-2 on penalties
16’s – Inter Kenmare 1–3 Killarney Celtic
Girls League
12’s Division 1:
MEK Galaxy 8–4 Listowel Celtic
13’s Premier
Fenit Samphires 3–0 Killarney Athletic
St Brendan’s Park 0–0 Camp Juniors
13’s Division 1
Killarney Celtic 9–1 Mastergeeha
16’s Division 1
MEK Galaxy 4–2 Dingle Bay Rovers
Fenit Samphires 1–4 St Brendan’s Park
Iveragh United 1 -5 Castleisland
Boys League
Slatterys Carpets and Blinds 12 Premier
Inter Kenmare 0-0 Killorglin
12’s Division 1
Fenit Samphires B 6–0 LB Rovers B
13’s Premier
MEK Galaxy 7–0 Killorglin
Killarney Celtic A 3–0 Camp Juniors
Mastergeeha 4–2 Tralee Dynamos
13’s Division 1
Castleisland 7–0 Killarney Athletic B
Tralee Dynamos B 2–0 Listowel Celtic B
St Brendan’s Park C 6–1 St Brendan’s Park B
Dingle Bay Rovers 2–7 Killarney Celtic B
Iveragh United 2–0 Ballyhar Dynamos
13’s Division 2 South
Killarney Celtic C 3–1Iveragh United B
MEK Galaxy B 2–3 Killorglin B
13’s Division 2 South
LB Rovers B 4–1 St Brendan’s Park D
Camp Juniors B 3–2Castleisland B
15’s Premier
Listowel Celtic A1 –2 St Brendan’s Park A
Killarney Athletic A 7–0 Killarney Celtic A
Mastergeeha 1–5 Tralee Dynamos A
LB Rovers A 2–2 Killorglin
15’s Division 1
Camp Juniors 2–3 MEK Galaxy
Fenit Samphires 3–0 Ballyhar Dynamos
Dingle Bay Rovers 4–2 Killorglin
15’s Division 2
Mastergeeha B 1–4 Tralee Dynamos B
Listowel Celtic B 0–4 Inter Kenmare B
St Brendan’s Park B 7–1Iveragh United B
16’s Premier
Killarney Celtic 2–2 Castleisland
16’s Division 1
Killorglin B 6–2 Killorglin C
Reports
Girls National Cup:
Inter Kenmare are through to the next round of the Girls SFAI National Cup following a 3-2 penalties win over Aisling Annacotty A in Kenmare. The game finished 0-0 after extra time and successful spot kicks from Ameila O’Sullivan, Alice O’Connor and Siena Ryan and three saves from Shannon O’Sullivan gave the home the win and progression into Round 3.
Killarney Celtic won the all Kerry 16’s Girls National Cup Round 2 clash defeating Inter in Kenmare. Ava O’Malley, Lucy O’Sullivan and Michaela O’Meara scored for Celtic with Saoirse Buckley netting for Inter Kenmare. Meabh Courtney replied for Iveragh United.
Girls League Games:
There was one game in the 12’s Girls Division 1 where 4 goals from Izzy Lyons, 2 from Fluer O’Neill and one Megan Quill gave MEK Galaxy the win over Listowel Celtic.
In the Girls 13’s Premier Fenit Samphires were 3-0 winners at home to Killarney Athletic with their goals coming from Siofra Murphy 2 and Elisha Deady. In the other game it ended scoreless between St Brendan’s Park and Camp Juniors. Both sides played some great football and created chance with the Park’s keeper Julie Griffin making some vital saves.
Killarney Celtic defeated Mastergeeha in the 13’s Division 1 thanks to goals from Jessica Leggate 3, Niamh Brosnan 2, Ali Bowler, Leah Mannix, Amelia Carroll Kelly and Sadhbh O’Halloran. Amy Brosnan got the Mastergeeha goal.
In the 16’s Division 1 Ella O’Sullivan got the Fenit Samphires goal but two from Jacinta Griffin and one each from Aoife Begley and Priya O’Donovan gave St Brendan’s Park the win.
MEK Galaxy defeated Dingle Bay Rovers 4-2 thanks to an Izzy McGrath hat trick and a goal from Naoishe O’Donoghue. Haley Getkate and Hanna Nic Gearailt replied for Dingle Bay.
On Sunday Castleisland were 5-1 winners at Iveragh United thanks to goals from Seana Wilkinson 3, Leah Horan and Siobhan O’Mahony.
Boys League Reports
Points shared in 12’s Premier
The points were shared in the 12 Premier clash of Inter Kenmare and Killorglin as the game ended 0-0.
Fenit win the 12’s game:
There was one game in the Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12’s Division 1 and it was Fenit Samphires B who took the win over a younger but hard working LB Rovers B side. Cillian O’Brien and Cody Deedy both hit hat tricks for the winners.
Three home wins in 13’s Premier
Two goals each from Danny Murphy, Killian Fitzgerald and Cillian O’Donoghue and one from Tadgh Clifford gave MEK Galaxy the home win over Killorglin. Jack Grady gave Killarney Celtic A a 1-0 half time lead and they added two in the second half from Daire Horan and Ignacy Trunchan in their 3-0 home win over Camp Juniors.
Daniel Buckley, Jonah Casey, Alan O’Leary and Michael O’Riordan got the goals for Mastergeeha in their win in Kilbrean Park over Tralee Dynamos. Danny Lane and Eddie Carmody got the Dynamos goals.
Busy day in 13’s Division 1:
From the five games played in the 13’s Division 1 there were four home winners. The away winners were Killarney Celtic B who won away at Dingle Bay Rovers. The Celtic goals came from Simon Siratak who got the only goal of the first half and got two more after the break. His goals were added to by goals from Pa McCarthy penalty, Daniel Sullivan, Ben O’Sullivan and Lachlann Scannell. Tomas Bric and Neil O’Se got the Dingle Bay goals.
Goals from Jayden Corcoran and Mathew O’Sullivan gave Iveragh United a 2-0 home win over Ballyhar Dynamos. Two goals were also enough to give Tralee Dynamos B the win over Listowel Celtic B. They came from Dan O’Connor and Cian Fitzgerald.
Two hat tricks from Graham West and Tadgh McCarthy and one from Jamie Nolan gave Castleisland the win at Georgie Callaghan Park over Killarney Athletic B.
A hat trick from Calvin O’Sullivan and one each from Shane Griffin, Tom Slattery and Brooklyn Conway helped the St Brendan’s Park C’s to defeat St Brendan’s Park B whose goals came from Rhys O’Connor and Dwayne Conway.
Tight games in 13 Division 2 South
Adam Counihan and Ignacy Truchan were on the mark for Killarney Celtic C as the defeated Iveragh United B at Celtic Park. Darragh O’Shea replied for Iveragh United.
Two goals from David O’Shea were not enough to get any points for his MEK Galaxy B side as they went down 3-2 at home to Killorglin B whose winner was the only goal of the second half.
Home wins in 13’s Division 2 North
Two goals from Thomas Scanlon and one each from Ewan Mannix and Conor O’Reilly saw LB Rovers B win at home to St Brendan’s Park D whose reply came from Ellien Tomczak.
Camp B took the home win 3-2 at home to Castleisland B who had John Healy and Conor Linehan on the score sheet. Addy Nolan got two for the winners with Ryan Fitzgerald getting the other goal.
Wins and draw in 15 Premier:
Goals from Endgis Maurins and Jerry Lynch saw St Brendan’s Park win 2-1 away at Listowel Celtic A. Killarney Athletic had a hat trick from Luke Doolan, two from Brian O’Shea and one each from Mark O’Carroll and Fionn Daly as they defeated their Killarney neighbours Celtic in Woodlawn.
Tralee Dynamos made the trip to Mastergeeha a winning one thanks to goals from Ryan Onyawkere, Tobi Obedaya, Dan Moloney and Ronan O’Connor with Sean McAuliffe replying for the home side.
Leigh Meehan scored twice in LB Rovers 2-2 home draw with Killorglin with James Jones and Darragh Lynch replying for Killorglin who led 1-0 at the break.
Three winners in 15’s Division 1
Goals from Jamie Vousden, David Butler and a last minute winner from Ryan Carey saw MEK Galaxy win 3-2 away at Camp Juniors. Dean Goodwyn and Mark Farrell got the Camp goals.
Aaron Harty, Dominick Regan from the penalty spot and Jayden Deady got the goals as Fenit Samphires defeated Ballyhar Dynamos.
Dingle Bay Rovers came back from 2-0 down in their home win over Killorglin who had gone ahead thanks to a Daniel O’Keeffe penalty and an Eoin Kissane goal. Jack Sheehy got 2 and Joe Linnane and Sean O’Baoil got one each in their come from behind win.
Two away and one home win in 15’s Division 2
Pierce Lowth, Ronan Carroll, Adam Evans and a Ryan Driscoll penalty gave Tralee Dynamos the win away at Mastergeeha whose goal came from Zach Cronin.
Jack Wiggins, Jamie Wharton and Cathal McSweeney were on the mark in Inter Kenmare B’s win over Listowel Celtic B.
St Brendan’s Park B were the home winners as they defeated Iveragh United at Christy Leahy Park. Their goals came from Nadal Rivas, Marcus Kora, Fabian Petryszyn, Paddy McElligott, Igor Mikoljczyk and Cyprian Tyburski.
Points shared in 16 Premier
The only game in the 16’s Premier saw Killarney Celtic and Castleisland share the points in a 2-2 draw. Jack Joy and Hector Moratal scored for Castleisland. Oisin Fleming and Calum Cronin were on the mark for Celtic.
Team-mates meet in 16’s Division 1:
Killorglin B and C met yesterday with the B’s coming out on top thanks to goals from Darragh Lynch 3, Shane Clifford, Jessie O’Reilly and Darragh Clifford.
Girl’s Roll of Honour
Aoife Trant – Fenit Samphires, Niamh Cantillon and Megan O’Reilly Killarney Celtic
Niamh Fitzgibbon St Brendan’s Park, Keelin Clifford and Alanna Griffin Camp Juniors,
Lucy Harrington and Shannon O’Sullivan Inter Kenmare,
Nicola Brogowska and Sophie Duke Killarney Athletic, Holly Horan and Maggie Riordan Castleisland
Jill Quirke St Brendan’s Park, Ciara O’Sullivan and Lilly Nowak Fenit Samphires
Fluer O’Neill and Izzy Lyons MEK Galaxy,Caroline Dowd and Ciara Kennedy Dingle Bay Rovers
Team of the Week
Ben O’Sullivan
Tralee Dynamos 13’s
Darragh Moriarty Jacob Surzyn Jack Nolan
LB Rovers 15’s Castleisland 13’s Fenit Samphires 15’s
Thomas O’Shaughnessy Cillian O’Leary Neil O’Se Tom Griffin
MEK Galaxy 13’s Killarney Celtic 13’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Camp Juniors 13’s
Jayden Corcoran Endgis Maurgns Luke Doolan
Iveragh United 13’s St Brendan’s Park 15’s Killarney Athletic 15’s