Business end of the KSBGL Summer Competitions and Kerry 12’s Girls

Business end of KSBGL Summer Competitions:
12Boys
Camp Juniors B 5–2 St Brendan’s Park C
Camp Juniors A 2–4 St Brendan’s A
Killorglin B 4–1 Inter Kenmare B
St Brendan’s Park B 2–4 Killorglin A
MEK Galaxy B 0–1 Inter Kenmare
Tralee Dynamos A 4–0 Listowel Celtic A
St Brendan’s Park D 1–1 MEK Galaxy C
Mastergeeha B7 –4 Killarney Celtic B
Ballyhar Dynamos A 7-0 Killarney Athletic B
13 Boys
Shield
LB Rovers A 2–5 Mastergeeha A
Plate
Castleisland 8–1 Inter Kenmare
14 Boys
Listowel Celtic B 2–2 Ballyhar Dynamos
Inter Kenmare 5–7 MEK Galaxy
Mastergeeha A 7–1 St Brendan’s Park B
Camp Juniors A 7–1 Tralee Dynamos B
Killarney Athletic 2-1 Tralee Dynamos
16 Boys Shield
Inter Kenmare 3–0 Listowel Celtic
Girls
Kerry 12’s 1-1 Desmond League 12’s
Kerry 12’s 2-3 Desmond League 12’s
12’s MEK Galaxy 3–0 St Brendan’s Park
13’s Camp Juniors 6–3 Fenit Samphires
The League remembers Thomas:
The whole Kerry football family was deeply saddened this week with the death of Thomas Healy, a popular and valued member of Killarney Athletic and of the Kerry Schoolboys Girls League. Thomas was remembered at all our games at the weekend and his clubs games on Saturday were postponed as a mark of respect. As Killarney Athletic posted “He will always be in our hearts”.
Mid-Week Reports:
Weeks games began on Monday night: In the 12 Boys Plate Mastergeeha just got the better of Killarney Celtic at Kilbrean Park 3-2. Daniel Buckley, Killian Moynihan and Jonah Casey scored for Mastergeeha with Luke O’Shea and Jack Culloty replying for Celtic.
In the 13 Girls Killarney Celtic White defeated Castleisland 3-0 thanks to goals from Niamh Brosnan, Cliona Moynihan and Zoe Counihan.
In the 13 Boys Shield goals from Edison Jahiri, Johnny Nellings and Shane Donovan saw St Brendan’s Park progress past Killorglin B. Also in the Shield Tralee Dynamos B with goals from Danny Lane, Daniel McCarthy and Connie Cronin while Liam Harmon 2, Ryan Kissane and Finn O’Donnell scored for Killarney Athletic B who were at home in Woodlawn.
In the quarter final of the Plate goals from Shane O’Connell, Michael Lenihan and Sean O’Connor saw Castleisland B draw 3-3 at Murt Scott Park. But it was the home side who took over in extra time scoring 4 unanswered goals to progress to the semi-finals.
Tuesday’s Reports: The action kicked off with the 12 Boys clash between LB Rovers B and Castleisland B. The home side had goals from Thomas Scanlon 2, Ruairi Walshe, Jack Houlihan and Leona Meaney while the visitors replied through Aidan Walsh 2 and Graham West.
In the 16’s Shield St Brendan’s Park were 6-1 winners at home in Christy Leahy Park over MEK Galaxy whose goal came from Daniel Evans. Venis Jahiri 3, Rodrigo Pinho, Ewen O’Sullivan and Togor Silong were the Park’s scorers.
St Brendan’s Park and Killarney Celtic have progressed in the 16’s Cup and Shield.
Goals galore on Thursday: In the 13’s Boys Cup MEK Galaxy progressed to the semi-finals thanks to a home win over Camp Juniors A. The MEK A goals came from Cillian O’Donoghue, Killian Fitzgerald, Jayden Fennell, David McCarthy, Kevin Coffey and Harry O’Connor with Robert Keane and Jack Hegarty scoring for Camp Juniors.
Inter Kenmare A progressed in the 13’s Shield with a win over St Brendan’s Park C. Those on the mark for Inter Kenmare were Michael Jones, Rossa McGearailt, Dylan Treyvaud, Michael O’Mahoney, Seamie Orpen and Callum Kelliher.
There were home wins for Inter Kenmare and Killarney Celtic in the 16’s Girls competition. Inter defeated Dingle Bay who had Ciara Kennedy on the mark. The home sides goals were scored by Grace Foley, Lucy Burton 2, Tara Desmond and Tamara Bokic .
For Killarney Celtic they defeated Fenit 3-1 thanks to goals from Lucy O’Sullivan, Bronagh Dorrian and Eve Culhane with Muireann O’Brien replying for Fenit.
Saturday Reports:
The second 11’s Girls Blitz was another great success with 18 teams taking part. Fenit hosted the first of the Blitz’s when they welcomed LB Rovers for a number of games.
At Georgie O’Callaghan Park the hosts Castleisland FC welcomed Inter Kenmare, MEK Galaxy and Mastergeeha where they all played three games.
These days are very important for the early development of the girls skills and the League will be holding more of these in the new season.
Multiple games in the 12 Boys Competition:
Ballyhar Dynamos A were a little too strong for Killarney Athletic B and they took the win at Mort Scott Park thanks to goals from Donnacha Lynch, Jack O’Connor, Conor Edwards and Daniel Downes.
Camp Juniors B won 5-2 at home to St Brendan’s Park C. Two goals from Ike Echeme saw the Park trail by one at the break but the home side hit two more in the second half. Their goals came from Addy Nolan 2, David O’Donnell, Ryan Fitzgerald and Conor Flaherty.
All the goals in the Park A’s win away to Camp Juniors A in the second half. Conor O’Donnell and Tadgh O’Donoghue scored for the home side as they went down 4-2. The Park’s scorers were Johnny Neillings 2, Edison Jahiri, Tuoyo King.
Mikey Hayes 2, Aidan Field and Oran Sheehan scored for Killorglin B as they won 4-1 at home to Inter Kenmare B. Tony Desmond scored for the visitors in the first half as they trailed 2-1.
Killorglin A made the trip to Christy Leahy Park a winning one as they defeated St Brendan’s Park B 4-2. Seadhna O’Brien from the penalty spot and Rhys O’Connor scored for the Tralee side who had keeper Jakub Drzymala in great form. Sean Doherty hit 2 and Calum Robinson and Michael Culhane got the goals for Killorglin.
There was only one goal in the MEK Galaxy B versus Inter Kenmare A with Colum Kelliher scoring for the visitors.
Tralee Dynamos were 4-0 winners at home to Listowel Celtic A thanks to goals from Calvin O’Sullivan, Danny Lane, Cody O’Sullivan and Daniel Farmer while St Brendan’s Park D and MEK Galaxy C drew 1-1.
In Kilbrean Park Mastergeeha B defeated Killarney Celtic B 7-4 with the Hoops goals coming from Dara Horan 3 and Marco Mosca.
13 Boys Shield
Mastergeeha took the fourth spot in the 13’s Shield as they won at LB Rovers. Mastergeeha did the damage in the first half with goals from Thomas Myers, Rory O’Connor and Ben Carmody while LB Rovers battled back in the second half through Roisin Fogarty and Oran O’Sullivan.
13 Boys Plate
Castleisland A took the final 13’s Plate semi-final spot as they saw off Inter Kenmare B at Georgie O’Callaghan Park. The home side had Jason Brosnan, Sean Sullivan, Jack Foley, Josh Ryan, Harry Crowley, Ben Brosnan, Kyle Buckley and Eoghan Joy on the score sheet with Ryan Healy getting a consolation for Inter Kenmare.
13’s Semi-Final Draws:
The draws for the semi-finals of the 13’s competitions took place with the following being the Last 4 clashes:
13’s Cup- MEK Galaxy A v Tralee Dynamos A & Killarney Athletic or Listowel Celtic v St Brendan’s Park A
13’s Shield –Inter Kenmare v Tralee Dynamos B &Mastergeeha A v St Brendan’s Park B
13’s Plate-Ballyhar Dynamos A v Killarney Celtic & Castleisland A v Mastergeeha B
14’s Boys with Athletic qualifying for Cup final:
Killorglin were awaiting to see who they would meet in the 14’s Summer Cup final and the answer is Killarney Athletic. They defeated Tralee Dynamos 2-1 in a tight semi-final with Brian O’Shea hit both goals in a man of the match performance.
Listowel Celtic B and Ballyhar Dynamos played out a 2-2 draw with Fionn Morrissey and Conor Fealy scoring for Listowel and Liam Lenihan getting both goals for Ballyhar.
Inter Kenmare went down 7-5 at home to MEK Galaxy in a score-fest. Jamie Vousden continued his scoring streak hitting 4 with Ryan Brady, Ryan Casey and Noah O’Shea also on the MEK score sheet.
A hat trick from Mathew Kennedy, 2 from Sean McAuliffe followed by one from Darragh O’Keeffe and an own goal gave Mastergeeha A the win at home to St Brendan’s Park B who had Tadgh Moylan on the mark.
Camp Juniors were 7-1 winners at home to Tralee Dynamos B. Robert Kane 2, Jack Power2, Mikey Moynihan, Mark Farrell and Dean Goodwyn were the Camp Juniors scorers.
16’s Shield:
In the 16’s Shield Inter Kenmare were 3-0 winners at home to Listowel Celtic.
Girls:
There were two exciting Blitz’s for the 11’s Girls with all the teams enjoying their outings. Fenit hosted LB Rovers with both sides having two teams while Castleisland welcomed Inter Kenmare, MEK Galaxy and Mastergeeha to their All Weather.
In the Girls competitions the 12’s Girls of MEK Galaxy defeated St Brendan’s Park 3-0 thanks to goals from Isabelle Lyons 2 and Anna Allen.
Miriam Sheahan had a good day for the Camp Juniors 13’s Girls as she hit 4 in their 6-3 win at home to Caoimhe Skinner and Aisleigh Horan. Riona McMorrell Moriarty hit two for Fenit with Emma Gaynor getting their 3rd.
Kerry 12’s Girls put in great show in draws with the Desmond League:
Kerry had 38 u12 girls on duty and pulling on the Kerry soccer shirt in front of some very proud parents and family members as they welcomed the Desmond League for two games at Listowel Celtic. The Kerry coaches ensured all players enjoyed equal game time on a day that once again proved the strength of the underage girl’s game in Kerry.
There was nothing between the sides in both games. The first was drawn 1-1 while the second was also heading for a 2-2 until the Desmond League got a last minute winner.
Caoimhe Skinner got the goal in the 1-1 game with Elisha Deedy and Ali Bowler scoring in the second game.
14’s League of Ireland game now a home fixture:
The Kerry 14’s were due to be away to Treaty United last Saturday. However the game was switched to a mid-week fixture with the game being played at Celtic Park Killarney on Wednesday night, July 15th kicking off at 7.30.
Team of the Week:
Luke Kennedy
Camp Juniors 12’s
Alex Kerins Robbie Guest Darragh Goodwin
St Brendan’s Park Inter Kenmare 13’s Camp Juniors 13’s
Seamus Phelan Daniel Evans Donnacha Lynch Luis Villa
Castleisland 13’s MEK Galaxy 13’s Ballyhar Dynamos 12’s Killarney Athletic 12’s
Sean McAulliffe Danny Lane Luke O’Shea
Mastergeeha 14’s Tralee Dynamos 13’s Killarney Celtic 12’s
Girls Roll of Honour: Camp Juniors Ciara Casey and Ava Dillon, Inter Kenmare’s Tara Desmond and Lucy Burton, Killarney Celtic’s Cliona Moynihan and Kate Healy, Dingle Bay Rovers Ella Sheehy and Doireann Jordan, MEK Galaxy’s Anna Allen and Leah McCarthy, Fenit Samphires Isabel Araiza, Clara O’Dowd, Laura Reilly and Sadhbh Welsh.