Under Age Blitz’s, U14 Girls and League action on busy day for Schoolboys and Girls:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic A 8-0 Tralee Dynamos A
Listowel Celtic A 2-1 Park A.
Killorglin B 3-5 Killarney Celtic B
Inter Kenmare 1-1 Mastergeeha
Ballyhar 3-0 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Celtic C 3-2 Asdee
Tralee Dynamos B 0-8 Park B
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Killarney Celtic A 0-1 Killorglin A
Listowel Celtic A 6-4 Killarney Athletic A
Iveragh United 0-4 Ballyhar
Mastergeeha 1-2 Camp Juniors
Park B 2-2 Fenit
St Bernard’s 7-1 Asdee
Tralee Dynamos B 0-3 Listowel Celtic C.
Mastergeeha 0-4 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Celtic 5-3 Listowel Celtic
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Listowel Celtic A 1-2 Tralee Dynamos
Park A 5-0 Inter Kenmare.
Blitz times for our youngest stars:
The latest round of Blitz’s for the League’s youngest stars were held in three locations with this week being the turn of the 7’s and 8’s. Camp Juniors welcomed Castleisland, Asdee and Killorglin while in Christy Leahy Park the home side had Tralee Dynamos, Listowel Celtic and Ballyhar as visitors. Inter Kenmare, Mastergeeha and Killarney Celtic were in action alongside the host Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn.
JK Sports 12:
Park miss chance to go top of Premier:
With the leaders Tralee Dynamos, who are unbeaten in their three game, not playing The Park knew a win would put them a point up, even if they have 2 games played more that their near neighbours. However the Tralee side came back from Listowel without anything as Listowel Celtic defeated them 2-1. John O’Connor scored for the Park but goals from Kian Clancy and Aoife Horgan sees Listowel move onto 4 points.
Killarney Celtic say well in contention on 6 points after proving too strong for Dynamos. Ciaran Dennehy and Daniel Akute both hit hat tricks with William Shine and Cian McMahon adding one each.
Ballyhar go top on their own in Division 1:
Ballyhar started the day level at the top of the table as they faced Killarney Athletic at Murt Scott Park. At the end of play they were top on their own on 12 points as they won while Inter Kenmare were held at home.
James Horgan scored twice and Brian Burke once to give Ballyhar their 3-0 win while in Kenmare Oisin Fox scored for Inter but Sean O’Leary hit back for Mastergeeha as the sides shared the points. It leaves Inter Kenmare on 10 points and Mastergeeha on 5.
Park B remain unbeaten in Division 2:
St Brendan’s Park B were too strong for a young Tralee Dynamos B side and wrapped up their 5 win in a to thanks to goals from Matt Healy, Danny Greaney and Mark Brick who all hit 2 and Jordan Kissane and Rob Vassiu who were also on the scoresheet.
Foundation Sports 14’s:
Top sides go down in Premier:
A Gar Hassett goal for Killorglin was the difference between the sides at Celtic Park. Killarney Celtic remain on 6 points but the win sees Killorglin move onto 7 and into a joint lead at the top of the Premier table.
Tralee Dynamos are the other side on 7 points as they missed the chance to go top on their own, going down 2-1 to Park who are now onto 6 points and right in contention. Sean Kennedy scored for Dynamos but goals from Alfie Christie and Sean McGrath gave the Park the points.
Listowel Celtic will be happy with the three points they picked up at home to Killarney Athletic. Devon McKenna top scored with 3 with Darragh MacKessey, Brendan O’Neill and Liam Guiney getting one each.
Camp Juniors unbeaten and top of Division 1:
The big clash in this Division was at Kilbrean Park with the leaders welcoming unbeaten Camp Juniors. And it was the visitors who took the 3 points to remain unbeaten and now lead to way. Paul O’Shea got the goal for Mastergeeha but the goals from Jack Farrell and Colin Moriarty say Camp Juniors taking the point’s home.
Ballyhar are on the heels of the top 2 after their 4-0 win at Iveragh United. Dylan Callaghan got 2 and the others came from Jason Brennan and Darragh Brosnan.
St Bernards and Listowel Celtic remain unbeaten in Division 2:
St Bernard’s have their 5th win from 5 games as they defeated a depleted Asdee Rovers at home. Oisin Maunsell took home the match ball with a hat trick. Aaron Malik scored 2 and the others came from Mathew Burke and Declan O’Donoghue. Conor Twomey got the consolation for Asdee Rovers.
Listowel Celtic C join the Saints on 15 points after their 5th win. The Hoops were 3-0 winners away at Tralee Dynamos. Tadgh O’Carroll, JP O’Carroll and Robert Foley were the goal scorers Listowel Celtic.
Mastergeeha return to 14’s Girls League:
Following a break for a few years the League is delighted to welcome Mastergeeha back into Girls football. They went down to a more experienced Killarney Athletic side in their first game back, played at Kilbrean Park. Ciara Tagney, Ellen Coffey, Fiona Galvin and Mairead Leahane were all on the mark for Athletic.
Mastergeeha were best served by Anna Hannigan, Ciara Kearney, Jenny Healy and Kate O’Leary.
Killarney Celtic also got their campaign off to a winning start with a 5-3 win over Listowel Celtic. Anna Clifford got 2 with Ciara Randles, Lauren Burke and Chloe O’Connor all scoring for Killarney Celtic. Aoife Horgan got all three goals for Listowel Celtic.
Dynamos go level at the top of the 16 Premier:
There was only one game in the 16 Premier but it was an important for Tralee Dynamos as a last minute penalty saw them winning 2-1 away at Listowel Celtic. Dillon O’Sullivan and Kevin Williams were the scorers for Dynamos with Darren Loughnane scoring for Listowel Celtic.
Park take points Division 1:
In the only game in Division 1 The Park move onto 7 points with a 5-0 home win over Inter Kenmare.
Team of the Week:
Tralee Dynamos 16’s
James Horgan Jimmy Lehane James McClean
Ballyhar 12’s Inter Kenmare 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s
Padraig White Declan O’Donoghue Bernard O’Callaghan Aoife Horgan
Park 14’s St Bernard’s 14’s Asdee Rovers 14’s Listowel Celtic 12’s
Gar Hassett Fergal O’Brien Colin Moriarty
Killorglin 14’s Fenit 14’s Camp Juniors 14’s
National Cup: The Draw for the National Cup’s Last 32 takes place next Saturday after the SFAI Council Meeting in Ballroe Heights Hotel. (Sorry if there was confusion over the date).