All the Details from April 8th

April 8th Results and Reports:
Moriarty Centra 11 Premier:
Killarney Athletic A 3–3 Listowel Celtic A
Castleisland A 3–4 Camp Juniors A
Killarney Athletic A 2-3 Castleisland (Mid-Week)
Division 1:
Tralee Dynamos 3–2 Dingle Bay Rovers
MEK 3–8 Inter Kenmare
Division 2:
Killorglin C 3–7 Park C
Killarney Athletic B 6–5 Listowel Celtic B
Castleisland B 3– 1Camp Juniors B
Killarney Athletic B 7-4 Castleisland (Mid-Week)
JK Sports 12 Division 1:
Killarney Celtic B 1-6 Killarney Athletic
Division 2:
Killarney Athletic B 3-5 Killarney Celtic C
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Park A 4–2 Listowel Celtic A
Division 1:
Ballyhar 2– 1 Castleisland
Division 2:
Dingle Bay Rovers3 –0 Killarney Athletic B
Ballyheigue 3–0 Inter Kenmare
Division 3:
Listowel Celtic C 0 –5 Park C
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Killarney Athletic1-0 Dingle Bay Rovers
Division 1:
Ballyhar 1–0 Killorglin A
Division 2:
St Bernards 1–3 Fenit
Killarney Celtic B 2-4 Castleisland
Tucker Kelly 16 Cup:
Listowel Celtic B 1–6 Killarney Celtic A
Reports:
Wins, losses and draws in 11 Premier:
In the Moriarty’s Centra 11 Premier Castleisland and Killarney Athletic were in action in mid-week and at the weekend. They defeated Killarney Athletic on Tuesday night but went down to Camp Juniors on Saturday. In the other game in the Premier Killarney Athletic had to settle for a draw in their weekend game against Listowel Celtic.
In Division 1 Dingle Bay Rovers just got the better of Tralee Dynamos while Inter Kenmare defeated MEK.
Killarney Athletic B had a good week as they had two wins from two defeating Listowel Celtic B and Castleisland B. There was a better result for Castlesisland B as they defeated Camp Juniors B at the weekend and The Park C were winners over Killorglin.
Atheletic defeat neighbours in 12 Division 1:
3 more goals from Alex Hannigan and one each from Donnacha Coffey, Oisin O’Sullivan and Oisin Lynch were enough to see Killarney Athletic defeat neighbours Killarney Celtic B in the JK Sports 12 Division 1. Darragh O’Connell replied for Celtic.
It’s the opposite in Division 2:
It was Killarney Celtic C who defeated Killarney Athletic B in 12’s Division 2. Jake Downing (penalty), Cormac O’Donoghue, Ciaran Boyne 2 and Cormac Lynch were on the mark for Celtic.
Park go second in 13 Premier:
In the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier The Park moved ahead of Listowel Celtic by a point after they defeated them 4-2 in Christy Leahy Park. The battle for second behind champions Killarney Celtic will go down to the wire after goals from Cianan Conney 3 and Messiah Chirwah gave them the three points here.
Ballyhar go level in second in Division 1:
In 13’s Division 1 two goals from James Horgan gave Ballyhar the three points which sees them go level with Iveragh United in second place. They defeated Castleisland 2-1 with Ryan Dennehy getting the Castleisland goal.
Ballyheigue top of Division 2:
Ballyheigue’s three points from a 3-0 score line over Inter Kenmare sees them top of the table on 27 points from their 10 games.
Park C close in on Fenit in Division 3:
An Odhran Ferris hat trick added to by goals from Adam McDonagh and Mike Tansley saw the Park C defeat Listowel Celtic 5-0. The Tralee side are now within 3 points of leaders Fenit and they still have a game in hand.
Athletic take the points in 15 Premier:
There was only one game in the Daly’s Supervalu and it was Killarney Athletic that defeated Dingle Bay Rovers by 1 goal to 0.
Ballyhar to of Division 1:
A Nathan Callaghan goal was the only score of the game as Ballyhar defeated Killorglin at Murt Scott Park in 15’s Division 2. They go two points ahead of Camp Juniors with a game in hand while the side they defeated, Killorglin, are now in third place.
Rattoo Rovers back on top of Division 2:
Rattoo took the points over Inter 3-0 to move back to the top of 15 Division 2. Castleisland are chasing them all the way and their latest win came by defeating Killarney Celtic B 4-2. Colm Roche, Des Costello and Hugo Turkovic got the goals for Castleisland while Mathew Fleming and Adam Gryzach replied for Celtic B.
Fenit dealt St Bernard’s hopes of a top two finish a blow as they went down 3-1 to Fenit. Dara Heim, Edward Stack and Brian Hamilton got the Fenit scores while Mikey Clifford got the only goal for St Bernards.
Killarney Celtic through in the Cup:
In the Tucker Kelly Cup 16’s Cup Killarney Celtic A as expected got past Listowel Celtic B. Evan Lyne socred twice with Darragh Lyne, Jared Barton, Ryan Kelliher and Patrick Darcy all getting one each as Killarney Celtic progressed to the quarter finals.
Team of the Week:
Cian Myers
MEK 11’s
Declan O’Connor Sean Hill Conor Gaynor
Ballyhar 13’s Park 13’s Fenit 13’s
Mikey Clifford Robbie Sheehy Liam Sheehan Jake Downing
St Bernard’s 15’s DingLE Bay Rovers 13’s Killarney Athletic 13’s Killarney Celtic 12’s
Donnacha Coffey Odhran Ferris Nathan Callaghan
Killarney Athletic 12’s Park 13’s Ballyhar 15’s