Munster 15’s Plate semi and National Cup Last 32 highlights of busy weekend:
SFAI Subway 12’s Inter League
Limerick County 2–1 Kerry
Limerick County – Kerry (Development Game)
SFAI Subway 15’s Plate semi-final
Cork Athletic 2–1 Kerry
Skechers SFAI National Cup Last 32
Killarney Athletic 0–1 Aisling Annacotty
JK Sports Premier
Killarney Celtic 4-1 Mastergeeha
12 Division 1
Castleisland 2-3 Park C
12 Division 2 North
Mastergeeha 1-2 Ballyheigue
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier
Killorglin 2-6 Killarney Athletic (Mid-Week)
Killarney Celtic 0-6 Killorglin
LB Rovers 2-1 Inter Kenmare
Park 0-4 Tralee Dynamos
13 Division 1
Park B 5-8 Mastergeeha
Inter Kenmare B 1-5 Iveragh United
Dingle Bay Rovers 6-0 Tralee Dynamos B
Camp Juniors 5–1 Killarney Celtic B
13 Division 2 North
Fenit B 1-2 Camp Juniors B
Park C 7-0 Listowel Celtic
13 Division 2 South
Mastergeeha B 0-8 MEK Galaxy
Killorglin B 4-2 Inter Kenmare C
Slattery’s 14 Division 2
Park B 5-3 Castleisland B
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Mastergeeha 1-2 Killarney Celtic
Listowel Celtic 3-0 Park
Iveragh United 8-1 Inter Kenmare
15 Division 1
Rattoo Rovers 2-6 Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Athletic 5-2 Dingle Bay Rovers
15 Division 2
Killorglin B 1-4 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Athletic B 1-0 LB Rovers
Fenit 0-6 MEK Galaxy
Camp Juniors 0–5 Inter Kenmare
Iveragh United 1–2Killarney Celtic
13 Division 1
Castleisland 4-4 Killarney Celtic Green
LB Rovers 3-3 Park
Dingle Bay Rovers 4-0 Fenit
Killarney Celtic Gold 2–3 Ballyheigue
Inter Kenmare 0-5 Listowel Celtic
Fenit 2– 0Killarney Athletic
Disappointment in Plate semi-final:
There was disappointment for the Kerry 15’s as they lost out to Cork Athletic 2-1 in the Munster Plate semi-final 2-1 in Lakewood in Cork. Kerry led 1-0 at the break thanks to a Finn Barrett goal. Kerry had chances to extend their lead before the home side equalised and then got the winner with 4 minutes to play.
12’s unlucky to lose 12’s opener:
Kerry were in Charleville to take on Limerick County in the Subway 12’s Inter League opener. The home side took the win 2-1 with Szymon Jazinski scoring for Kerry who also hit the post with the Limerick keeper making two big saves when one on one with the Kerry attackers.
Great action in 2nd 11’s Blitz:
Over 300 players from 32 teams of u11’s really enjoyed their second Blitz which took place at the Dragons Den. There was some great displays by the players which is thanks to the great work being done by the coaches.
No luck for Athletic in National Cup
Killarney Athletic 12’s went out of the National Cup going down 1-0 at home to Aisling Annacotty from Limerick. The Woodlawn side were very unlucky hitting both the post and the side netting as they chased an equaliser. Athletic have a Regional semi-final to look forward to.
Killarney Celtic moves up the 12’s table:
Killarney Celtic are only 2 points off the teams in second place in the JK Sports Premier after their 4-1 win at home to Mastergeeha. Darragh O’Sullivan 2, Mark Looney and Pa O’Brien got the goals for Celtic.
Park C move to the top of 12 Division 1
A narrow 3-2 win away at Castleisland sees The Park move 2 points clear at the top of the 12 Division 1 but they do have a game more played than Fenit. Danny Kingston, Jack Daly and Edison Jahiri got the Park goals with Josh Ryan and Frank Wharton replying for the home side.
Ballyheigue move joint second in 12 Division 2 North
Ballyheigue move level with Mastergeeha after they defeated the Kilbrean side 2-1. Ryan Hickey scored for Mastergeeha. Both sides are on 13 points with the North Kerry side having a game in hand.
Top sides win in 13 Premier
All the leading sides picked up wins in the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Premier. Killarney Athletic were in action in mid-week and their 6-2 win at Killorglin sees them move onto 19 points. Luke Doolan 3, Szymon Jasinski, Brian O’Shea and Mark O’Carroll were the Athletic scorers while Aaron Doyle and Darragh Lynch replied for Killorglin.
LB Rovers remain 4 points behind Athletic in second place after they won 2-1 at home to Inter Kenmare. All the goals came in the second half with Leigh Meehan getting both goals for LB Rovers with Jack Sweeney replying for Inter Kenmare.
Tralee Dynamos are in third place and added three points to their tally with a 4-0 win away at neighbours the Park. Nick Lacey and Pierce Lowth both hit 2 each for Dynamos.
Killorglin got back to winning ways as they moved ahead of Killarney Celtic, and into 4th, after the won at Celtic Park. Darragh Lynch 3, Aaron Doyle, Adam O’Neill and James Jones scored for Killorglin.
First and Second win in 13 Division 1
Dingle Bay Rovers made it 6 wins from 6 with a home win over Tralee Dynamos B. Joe Linnane, Padraig Manning, Ned Ryan, Micheal O’Griffin, Jack Sheehy and Cathal Farrell all got one each in the win.
Iveragh United in second place were 5-1 winners away at Inter Kenmare B who had Dylan Treyvaud in the score sheet.
Fourth placed Camp Juniors were at home to Killarney Celtic and they took the win 5-1 with goals from Dara Murphy 2, Mark Farrell, Rob Keane and David Moore.
Mastergeeha also won on the road as they the Park B in a high scoring 5-8 encounter. Jack Daly 3 and Nadal Rivas were the Park scorers. For the Kilbrean side Sean McAuliffe 3, Mathew Kennedy, Tadgh Herlihy, Evan O’Sullivan, David Darmody and Darragh O’Keeffe were the scorers.
Park go top of 13 Division 2 North
The Park moves to the top of the 13 Division 2 North after a win over Listowel Celtic in Christy Leahy Park.
Camp Juniors remain in third place after their 2-1 win away at Fenit. Peter O’Mahony scored for Fenit with Mikey O’Leary scoring for Camp Juniors with an own goal settling matters in their favour.
7 Up for 13 Division 2 South leaders
MEK Galaxy have made it 7 wins from 7 as they continue to lead the 13 Division 2 South. Their goals came from Jamie Vousden who hit 3 and is in a rich vein of form. These were added to by goals from Noah O’Shea 2, Ryan Carey 2 and Joe Horan.
Killorglin B have moved into 2nd place and jump ahead of Inter after they won 4-2 in Kenmare. Dylan Flynn and Dillon Counihan both got 2 each for Killorglin with John O’Sullivan and Jack Wiggins scoring for Inter C.
Park within one point of 2nd in 14 Division 2
There was one game in the Slattery’s 14 Division 2 with the Park’s 5-3 win over Castleisland seeing the Tralee side move onto 12 points and just one behind Ballyhar who are in second with Killorglin leading by 3 points.
Marcus Connelly 3, Arek Jaszczzyndki and Jakub Mikolajczuk scored for the Park B with Jack Joy, Killian Dennehy and David Healy replying for Castleisland B.
6 of the best for Celtic in 15 Premier
Killarney Celtic have made it 6 wins from 6 in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier thanks to a goal in each half from Adrian Casey is a 2-1 win over Mastergeeha in Kilbrean Park.
Iveragh United are up to second place after defeating Inter Kenmare and they also have a game in hand. For the South Kerry side Oisin Breen had a big day hitting 5 with goals also coming from Donnagh O’Sullivan and Ben O’Donogue.
Listowel Celtic defeated The Park who drop to third 3-0 at home thanks to goals from Evan Boyle, Robert Heffernan and Shane Horgan.
Dynamos continue to lead 15 Division 1
Tralee Dynamos impressive run in the 15’s Division 1 continues after another win. This time they won 6-2 away to Rattoo Rovers. Darragh Cummane, Adain Horgan, James O’Shea, Alex Hoare and Sean Whelan scored for Dynamos.
Killarney Athletic have games in 3 games in hand over Dynamos as the Woodlawn side move up to joint second after a 5-2 win over Dingle Bay Rovers. Alex Hennigan and Neil O’Carroll both hit 2 each with Ryan Neeson getting the other Athletic goal while James Hoare and Conor Corduff replied for Dingle Bay.
Gap closed in 15 Division 2
Leaders LB Rovers were beaten 1-0 away at Killarney Athletic in the 15 Division 2. Evan O’Neill got the only goal with Aaron O’Connor and Oran Daly also impressing.
Killarney Celtic B took full advantage as they won 4-1 away in Killorglin to go level with Athletic.
For Celtic Fionn Noctor got 2 with Max Brzozowski and Ewan Evans also scoring while Bryan Coffey got the goal for Killorglin.
MEK joint top of 13 Premier
With Listowel Celtic not playing MEK Galaxy have joined them on 13 points but do have a game more played after their win over Fenit. Izzy McGrath, Sarah Fitzgerlad and Orla Barrett got the MEK goals.
Killarney Celtic are also onto 13 points in a very tight division after they saw off Iveragh United.xxx
Inter Kenmare are only a point behind the leaders after goals from Phoebe O’Shea, Laura O’Shea 2, Sophie Ryan and Kate McElligott.
8 sides in action in the Girls 13 Division 1:
The two unbeaten sides in the Girls 13’s Division 1 met and both still remain unbeaten as Castleisland and Killarney Celtic drew 4-4. Castleisland still lead the Division by three points but do have a game more played.
Celtic who led 2-1 at the break had goals from Emma Daly 3 and Jessica Leggate while Amelia Kerins and Erin O’Connor got 2 each for Castleisland.
LB Rovers who are in third missed the chance to close the gap as they were also held to a draw with their game against the Park ending 3-3. Roisin Fogarty 2 and Kate Horgan scored for LB with Kaja Huserova, Taylor Kate Leane and Aoife Begley getting the Park’s goals.
Dingle Bay Rovers moved level with LB after their 4-0 home win over Fenit. Ciara Kennedy got 2 with Sibeal Ni Seaghdha and Hannah NicGearlailt also on the mark.
Killarney Celtic Gold had two goals from Casey Mulry but it wasn’t enough to get anything for their game against Ballyheigue who won 3-2.
Listowel Celtic remain unbeaten in 17 Premier
In the 17 Girls Premier Listowel Celtic were 5-0 winners away at Inter Kenmare to remain unbeaten in their 5 games. There was a very competitive game on Sunday with Fenit just getting the better of Killarney Athletic 2-0.
Girls Roll of Honour: There was lots of action in the 13’s and 17’s Girls Divisions and the following are on this week’s Roll of Honour:
Amy Scanlon and Taylor Kate Leane The Park, Liadh Forde and Kate Forde Killarney Celtic, Roisin Fogarty and Emma O’Rourke LB Rovers, Amelia Kerins, Holly Horan Castleisland, Isobel Ariaza, Ciara Kennedy, Eabha Nic Cinneide Dingle Bay Rovers, Kate O’Connor, Laura Adams, Lucy Daly Inter Kenmare, Lily Clifford and Izzy McGrath MEK Galaxy, Sarah O’Sullivan and Teagan O’Sullivan Killarney Athletic.
Team of the Week
Adain Horgan Mark Looney Conor Corduff
Tralee Dynamos 15’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 15’s
Caoileann Desmond Jamie Daly Fionn Houlihan Killian Dennehy
Inter Kenmare 15’s MEK Galaxy 13’s LB Rovers 13’s Castleisland 14’s
Oisin Breen Darragh Lynch Marcus Connolly
Iveragh United 15’s Killorglin 13’s St Brendan’s Park 14’s
Munster 15’s Plate semi and National Cup Last 32 highlights of busy weekend: