All the action from the first weekend of February

Opening Weekend of February 2019 Results: JK Sports 12’s Premier Tralee Dynamos 1–1 Inter Kenmare Killarney Celtic3 –2 Park LB Rovers 2-2 Killorglin Dingle Bay Rovers 0-5 Killarney Athletic 12 Division 1 Ballyhar 0–3 Inter Kenmare 12 Division 2 South Mastergeeha B 4–7 Killorglin B MEK 2–5 Tralee Dynamos C Iveragh United 5–1 Inter Kenmare C Killarney Celtic C 0–1 Killarney Athletic C 12 Division 2 North Fenit Samphire B 0–6 Park C Camp Jnuors B 0–3 LB Rovers B Dingle Bay Rovers B 3–2 Ballyheigue Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier: Inter Kenmare 0-4 Mastergeeha Killorglin 0-0 Killarney Celtic 14 Division 1 Tralee Dynamos B 5–1 Fenit Killarney Athletic 3–0 Park B 14 Division 2 Dingle Bay Rovers 3-0 Mastergeeha B LB Rovers 3–0 MEK Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier Ballyhar 3–0 Inter Kenmare Park 3–3 Camp Juniors 16 Division 1 Fenit 0–3 Park B Killorglin – Mastergeeha 12 Girls Premier Inter Kenmare 6–0 Fenit Camp Juniors – Killarney Athletic Iveragh United 9–1 Kilarney Celtic Green 14 Girls Premier Killarney Celtic 7-1 Fenit Reports Two wins and two draws in 12 Premier: The Kerry Schoolboys Girls League does not usually produce too many draws but in the JK Sports 12 Premier this week there were two. And one of those draws was at the top of the table with leaders, by a point, Inter Kenmare sharing the points Dynamos in Tralee. Charlie Guest had put Inter ahead before Adam Evans replied for Dynamos. Inter move onto 16 points with Dynamos on 15. Joining them on 15 points are Killarney Celtic who came from 2 down to defeat the Park 3-2. Sam Slattery and Ryan O’Driscoll put the Tralee side ahead but Fiana Bradley scored a very important goal for Celtic before the break. And in that second half Andy Casey scored twice to give Celtic the points. Killarney Athletic are also still well in contention after they were 5-0 winner over Dingle Bay and they move onto 14 points. Luke Doolan 3, Liam Hannigan and Nathan Cronin were the Athletic scorers. LB Rovers and Killorglin also shared the points following a 2-2 draw. Aaron Doyle and Darragh Lynch scored for Killorglin with JJ O’Rourke replying for LB Rovers. Inter take the points in 12’s Division 1 Goals from Noah Granville and Sean Casey gave Inter Kenmare the points in the only game played in the JK Sports 12 Division 1 as they defeated Ballyhar. Iveragh still to drop a point in 12’s Divisio 2 South: Iveragh United are the outstanding side in the 12’s Division 2 South. Their latest win came at home to Inter Kenmare. Daithi Sugrue, Zac Driscoll and David Kennedy hit three for Iveragh in the first half with John O’Sullivan replying for Inter C. Iveragh United’s Marc O’Connor and Ronan Murphy hit two more unanswered goals in the second half. Killorglin B have moved into second place after they defeated Mastergeeha B 7-4 away. The visitors were 3-1 up at the break. Killorglin’s goals came from James Jones, Cian Hynes and Daniel O’Keeffe in the first half and from Rioghan O’Sullivan in the second. Thomas Myers hit a hat-trick for Mastergeeha with Evan O’Sullivan getting the other goal. Jake Nash can always say he scored the winner in a Killarney derby. His goal gave Athletic a 1-0 win away at Celtic. New leaders in 12 Division 2 North The Park C’s 6-0 win over Fenit sees them take over as joint leaders in the 12’s Division 2 North by just one point. Their goals came from Jack Daly 2, Mike Quirke, David Mullins, Nikita Hoare, Edison Jahiri and Adam O’Neill. Leaders Camp Juniors B were beaten 3-0 by LB Rovers who also move into joint top spot on 22 points. The Rovers goals came from Oran O’Sullivan, John Curtin and Sam Enright. Dingle Bay Rovers also picked up three points as they just got the better of Ballyheigue 3-2. Cillian McNamara and Ruadhairi Collins were on the mark for Dingle Bay with Aodhan Horgan and Brody Leen replying for Ballyheigue. Mastergeeha go second in 14 Premier but only just: Mastergeeha’s three points from their away win over Inter Kenmare moves them into second place and 1 ahead of Celtic. The Mastergeeha goals came from Hugh Lenihan, Shane Doolin, Alan O’Leary and Jack O’Donoghue. Killarney Celtic and Killorglin played out a scoreless draw in the Quills Woollen Mills 14’s Premier. The point is enough to see Celtic move into third place, a point ahead of the Park as the three sides chase leaders Iveragh Unied Athletic stay top of the 14 Division 1: Killarney Athletic retain their lead at the top of the Quills 14’s Division 1 after a 3-0 result over Park B Tralee Dynamos B 5-1 win at home to Fenit sees them consolidate second place behind Athletic. Evan Quilligan and Luke Horgan scored 2 each with Alex Horgan getting the other goal as Paddy Falvey replied for Fenit. Top sides extend lead in 14 Division 2 Dingle Bay Rovers remain 2 points ahead of LB Rovers at the top of the 14’s Division 2 as both recorded 3-0 wins over Mastergeeha B and MEK respectively. Leaders held in 16 Premier St Brendan’s Park in second place became the first side to take points of leaders Camp Juniors who were looking for their 8th win from 8. And it looked like Camp were on their way when they went 2-0 up thanks to goals from a Caolan O’Connell free kick and a long distance effort from Donal Crean. Jamie Fitzgerald pulled one back for the Park before the game was held up for an injury to Dan Fischer who was taken away by ambulance with a bad muscle tear. Everyone in the League wishes him a speedy recovery. The Park’s Mark Curtain then levelled matters before his team-mate put them ahead Matt Healy. But there was a further twist when John O’Connor scored the final goal as the teams ended 3-3 and shared the points. Ballyhar moved up to third after their 3-0 home win over Inter Kenmare. Peter Cosgrave, Charlie Keating and Brian Burke got the goals for the winners. Park B takes over the lead in 16 Division 1 The Park B’s have moved 2 points clear of Rattoo Rovers at the top of the 16’s Division 1 but they have paid two games more. Cianan Cooney, Sean O’Connor and Cian O’Neill got the goals for the Park. Killorglin and Mastergeeha shared 8 goals in a 4-4 thriller. Killorglin led 4-2 late on with Brendan O’Leary getting the goals for the Kilbrean side. And in the last ten minutes Mastergeeha’s Barney Parsons scored twice to earn his side a share of the points. Home wins in the 12 Girls Premier: Iveragh United had goals from Katie O’Connell3, Vilte Paulauskisne 2, Amie Kelly 2, Orla Barrett and Keelan O’Shea in their win over Killarney Celtic Green for whom Megan Sheehan got the goal. Inter Kenmare defeated Fenit thanks to goals from Helena O’Donoghue, Alice Granville and Sophie Ryan while Camp Juniors were 7-1 over Killarney Athletic. The Camp goals came from Saoirse McCarthy, Lauren Crean, Miriam Sheahan, Aisleigh Horan and Aoibheann O’Dwyer. Lucia Ibanez got the goal for the Woodlawn side. Celtic win in 14Girls Premier Goals from Ava O’Malley 3, Elizabeth Coffey2, Tirana Murphy and Selina Collins gave Killarney Celtic the win over Fenit with most of the goals coming in the second half. Girls Roll of Honour:Lauren O’Shea Inter Kenmare, Grace Reilly and Aoife O’Brien Fenit, Ava O’Malley Killarney Celtic, Vilte Paulouskisne Iveragh United and Mirren O’Connor Killarney Athletic. Team of the Week Brian Dineen LB Rovers 12’s Luke Silles Mattie Cleary Rory Foley David Kennedy Tralee Dynamos 12’s Killorglin 12’s MEK 12’s Iveragh United 12’s Billy Doyle Harry Barry Ryan O’Driscoll Cillian Coffey Fenit 14’s Ballyhar 16’s Park 12’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Thomas Myers Andy Casey Mastergeeha 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s