Big Day for the B’s:
Cup Results:
John Murphy Memorial 12’s Cup ¼ Finals:
Killarney Athletic 5-2 Listowel Celtic
Mastergeeha 0-1 Kingdom Boys
Killarney Celtic C 1-6 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin 3-1 Killarney Celtic A.
13’s Cup ¼ Final:
Camp 2-3 Killarney Athletic
Tom Hayes Memorial 14’s Cup ¼ Finals:
Killarney Celtic 5-0 Park
Listowel Celtic 2-0 Mastergeeha
15’s Cup ¼ Final:
Killarney Celtic A 6-0 Killarney Celtic B
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup ¼ Finals:
Park B 3-1 Fenit
Park A 2-0 Camp
Mastergeeha 0-1 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Celtic A 1-2 Killarney Athletic.
League Results:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 1-1 Killarney Athletic
O’Callaghan Coaches 14 Division 2:
Killorglin B 1-1 Listowel Celtic B
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Mastergeeha 2-2 Killarney Athletic A
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Ballyhar 3-1 Park B
Killorglin A 3-1 Ballyhar
Cup Reports:
John Murphy Memorial 12’S Cup ¼ Finals:
The John Murphy Memorial 12’s Cup is down to the last 4 with Killarney Athletic, Kingdom Boys, Inter Kenmare and Killorglin the teams left in the semi finals.
Harry Potts had a day to remember for Killarney Athletic as he hit 4 and Tadgh Doolan added another as the Woodlawn side ran out 5-2 winners at home to Listowel Celtic. Devon McKenna and Tadgh McEvoy replied for the North Kerry side.
There was only one goal between Mastergeeha and Kingdom Boys at Kilbrean Park and it went the way of the Tralee side. Regular goal scorer Leo Gaxha was the hero for his side netting the score that takes them into the last 4.
Killarney Celtic C’s good run came to an end against Inter Kenmare. Carlos Fernadez scored for Celtic but 3 from Daniel Crowley and one each from James McCarthy, Dan McCarthy and Tommy Cronin saw Inter progress.
Gar Hassett was the Killorglin hero in an outstanding team performance as they knocked Killarney Celtic A out of the Cup. His hat trick was enough to see them through as Celtic’s only goal came from Darragh Lyne.
13’s Cup ¼ Final:
Killarney Athletic 3-2 win away at Camp sees them join Kingdom Boys and Killarney Celtic C in the last 4. The final spot will be between Inter Kenmare and Killarney Celtic A in their rescheduled game.
Jason Coffey, Reece Hegarty and Kieran Thompson were the Athletic scorers in their quarter final win.
Tom Hayes Memorial 14’s Cup ¼ Finals:
Killarney Celtic were the first team into the hat for the Last 4 as they proved too strong for The Park. Mark Harnett top scored with three, including one from the penalty spot and these were added to by goals from Chris O’Donoghue and Luke O’Donoghue.
Two goals from Dara Goulding were enough to see Listowel Celtic book their place following a 2-0 win over Mastergeeha.
15’s Cup ¼ Final:
There was only one outcome when the ¼ final draw pitted Killarney Celtic A and B against each other. Despite the best efforts of the B’s their club mates proved too strong with goals from Peter McCarthy, Mark Harnett, David Spillane, Eoin O’Donoghue, Luke O’Donoghue and Adam Drew seeing them through.
Inter Kenmare are already through with Mastergeeha v The Park and Ballyhar and Kingdom Boys still to play.
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup ¼ Finals:
The Park A and B are into the hat for the last 4 of the Tucker Kelly’s 16’s Cup. The A’s were 2-0 winners over Camp while the B’s had a 3-1 win at home to Fenit. Thomas Lenihan scored for the away side but it was enough.
Killarney Celtic B’s Diego Verann scored the only goal of the quarter final at Kilbrean Park with the Hoops winning 1-0 over Mastergeeha. Mastergeeha dominated large parts of the game but it’s all about scoring and Celtic did that while the home side weren’t able to manage it.
Their club mates on the A team were not able to match their B team compatriots. They were beaten as Celtic Park by neighbours Killarney Athletic. The Blue’s had goals from Padraig O’Brien and Adam O’Shea as they march on to the semi- finals with Mike McCarthy getting Celtic’s only reply.
League Reports:
In the JK Sports 12 Premier it finished honours even between Kingdom Boys and Killarney Athletic.
Listowel Celtic B have won the first title of the season for their club as they picked up the O’Callaghan’s Coaches Division 2 crown following a 1-1 all draw with fellow title chasers Killorglin B. Keen McCarthy’s strike from long range got a number of deflections before it hit the net with a number of Listowel Celtic players claiming to get touches in the League winning goal. Well done to Paddy Lynch and his Listowel Celtic side.
Patrick Carey got the Killorglin goal as they just come up short in the title race.
A 2-2 all draw between Mastergeeha and Killarney Atheltic A didn’t really suit either side. James Nagle and Paul O’Connor got the goals to keep Mastergeeha in 3rd while Padraig O’Brien and Partayk Bartak replied for Athletic.
Ballyhar had a mixed week in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1. Firstly they beat Park B 3-1 midweek thanks to goals from Kieran Girffin, William Courtney and Donnachda O’Sullivan but they went down by the same score-line to Killorglin A in Saturday’s game.
William Hickey got 2 and Ciaran O’Connor the third for Killorglin.
Team of the Week:
Eoghan O’Brien
Fenit 16’s
Kyle Cronin Padraig O’Brien Leo Gaxha
Inter Kenmare 12’s Killarney Athletic 16’s Kingdom Boys 12’s
Sean Twomey Luke O’Donoghue Patrick Carey Barry O’Mahoney
Mastergeeha 15’s Killarney Celtic 14’s Killorglin 14’s Listowel Celtic 14’s
Gar Hassett Kieran Griffin Harry Potts
Killorglin 12’s Ballyhar 16’s Killarney Athletic 12’s