Camp Juniors 13’s only side left in National Cups:
National Cup Results:
12’s Last 32:
Killorglin 1-2 Corduff
Killarney Athletic 0-1 Johnstown
13’s Last 32:
Camp Juniors 2 – 0 Peake Ville.
Riverstown 3 – 1 Listowel Celtic
Tullamore Town 5 –4 Killorglin
14’s Last 32:
Bonagee 2 –1 Killarney Celtic
Park 0 -3 Leixlip United
16’s Last 32:
Douglas Hall 6-0 Tralee Dynamos
JK Sports 12’s Premier:
Killarney Celtic 4-4 Tralee Dynamos
12’s Division 1:
Killarney Celtic B 2-3 Mastergeeha
Park B 2-0 Inter Kenmare
12’s Division 2:
Killorglin 0-3 Iveragh United
Listowel Celtic B 4-1 Camp Juniors
12’s Division 3:
Fenit 1-3 Park C
Killarney Celtic B 7-2 LB Rovers
Dingle Bay Rovers 7-0 MEK
Foundation Sports 14’s Premier:
Killarney Athletic 4-2 Tralee Dynamos
14’s Division 1:
Ballyheigue 1-1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Iveragh United 2-1 Mastergeeha
14’s Division 2:
Killarney Celtic B 3-0 Listowel Celtic B
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Listowel Celtic 1-1 Killarney Celtic
16 Division 1:
Asdee 2-5 Killarney Athletic
Mastergeeha 1-3 Camp Juniors.
Camp Juniors 13’s National Cup run continues:
The weekend saw 8 Kerry sides in National Cup action over both days and on Saturday Camp Juniors 13’s continued to make club history as they have qualified for the Last 16.
With their home pitch unplayable due to the adverse weather the game was played on the KDL All Weather but this didn’t bother the Camp Juniors young stars. The home side easily soaked up all the early pressure that their Waterford opponents and were always looking to catch Peake Ville on the break. And they took the lead on 15 minutes when goal machine Maurice O’Connell poached a goal after he was quickest to react when a ball dropped in the box.
15 minutes into the second half and O’Connell was wrapping up the win. He robbed the Villa defence as they tried to play out from the back and rolled the ball past the stranded keeper from 30 yards out.
Camp Juniors are away to Portlaoise, conquerors of Killarney Celtic, in the Last 16 in what promises to be a great day out for the club.
Kerry side’s bow out of National Cup:
Killorglin and Athletic go out of the 12’s:
Killorglin went out of the 12’s National Cup after going down to Corduff at home in the Last 32. Brendan Casey got the goal for Killorglin but they couldn’t find the goal to take the game to extra time.
Killarney Athletic, who took on Johnstone, at Killarney Celtic’s All Weather pitch were within a few minutes of taking the game to penalties. It was 0-0 all after full time and the visitors got the all important breakthrough with 6 minutes to go.
Away defeats for Killorglin and Listowel Celtic in the 13’s:
Both Kerry sides suffered defeats on the road in the Last 32 of the 13’s National Cup. Killorglin were involved in a 9 goal thriller with Tullamore and just went down 5-4 to the home side. Eoghan Hassett got 2 and Dylan Moriarty and Cillian Burke one each for Killorglin with Tom Whittleton just failing to equalise from a corner with the last play of the game. Jason O’Connor and Daniel Evans were the others who did well.
Listowel Celtic were beaten 3-1 away to Riverstown in Cork with Emmett Kelly getting the goal. Dylan Quinn had an outstanding game for Listowel Celtic but it’s the home side that progress.
National Cup over for Killarney Celtic and Park in the 14’s:
Killarney Celtic made one of the longest trips possible in the National Cup when they travelled to Donegal to face Bonagee United. Celtic found themselves 2-0 behind but Evan Lonney pulled one back. Celtic tried hard but just could not find an equaliser to send the game to extra time.
The Park went down 3-0 to Leixlip United at Christy Leahy Park were Cian Purcell was man of the match for the home side.
Douglas Down Dynamos in the 16’s:
This game came at the wrong time for Tralee Dynamos. A number of their players have made it onto the Kerry u17 League of Ireland squad and were unavailable for this game. Travelling away to Douglas Hall in Cork is never easy and Dynamos went out 6-0 despite the best efforts of the players on duty.
JK Sports 12’s:
Honour’s Even in the 12 Premier:
The weekend’s action got underway on Friday night when Killarney Celtic and played out a 4-4 draw with Tralee Dynamos under lights. Andy Rogers got 3 and Alex Hoare scored for the Tralee side while Killarney Celtic’s goals came from Calum O’Donoughue 2, Luke Crowley and Cian Doyle.
Park B win again in Division 1:
Leaders Park B added another 3 points to their impressive total following a 2-0 win over Inter Kenmare. Mark Sheehan and Sean O’Connor got the goals.
With second placed Ballyhar, on 8 points, not playing Mastergeeha took the chance to overtake them with a 3-2 away win at Killarney Celtic B. a Mark O’Shea double and a goal from Colin O’Leary gave the Kilbrean side the points with Calum O’Grady and Gary Wynne, from the penalty spot, replying for Celtic B.
Big win for leaders Iveragh over Division 2’s closest rivals:
Iveragh United have opened a 6 points lead at the top of Division 2 after they beat their nearest rivals Killorglin 3-0. The game was played on the Dragon’s Den All Weather and Oisin Breen, Ross Teehan and Aaron O’Sullivan got the Iveragh United goals.
Listowel Celtic B are into third place after a 4-1 home win against Camp Juniors. This was a game of two halves with the home side enjoying the advantage of the strong wind in the first half. They were 3 goals to the good from Tony Boland, Liam Connolly and Chris McQuaid who scored a win assisted free kick from long range.
Camp Juniors took the game to Celtic in the second half and an own goal got them back into the game. However a cool finish from Boland wrapped up the win.
Joint Leaders win in Division 3:
Killarney Celtic and Dingle Bay Rovers are joint leaders of Division 3 and both enjoyed good wins to open up a gap at the top.
Killarney Celtic had goals from Tim McClean and Tim Moynihan who both scored twice with Conal O’Donoghue, Gearoid Healy and Eoghan Crowley scoring one each.
Dingle Bay Rovers had Cormac O’Cinnaide, Kevin Bambury, Danny Kavanagh, Alex Buchannan, Robbie Sheehy and Alija Grennan on the mark in their win over MEK.
Killarney Athletic up to 2nd in 14 Premier:
Killarney Athletic’s 4-2 win over Tralee Dynamos sees them move into joint second place, alongside neighbours Celtic, in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier. Eoghan O’Sullivan and Robert O’Shea both scored twice for Athletic with Sean Kennedy and Philip Evans getting the Dynamos goals.
Dingle Bay now top of 14’s Division 1 on their own:
With fellow joint leaders Ballyhar not playing Dingle Bay had the chance to open a gap at the top. While the have moved into the lead on their own they had to be happy with a point from a 1 all draw with Ballyheigue. Dara O’Beaglaoi scored for Dingle Bay with Graham Slattery replying for Ballyheigue.
Iveragh United took the points from their game against Mastergeeha after a 2-1 win. Patrick Hare scored both goals for the South Kerry side while Philip O’Leary scored from the penalty spot for the Kilbrean boys.
Celtic only side to pick up points in 14 Division 2:
Killarney Celtic were the only side to score points in the 14’s Division 2 as they were 3-0 winners over Listowel Celtic B.
Leaders held in 16 Premier:
Leader’s Killarney Celtic were held to a 1 all draw in their Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier clash. Christobel Montes scored for Listowel Celtic with Jordan Leahu replying for Killarney Celtic.
Leaders beaten in 16 Division 1:
Leaders Mastergeeha were beaten 3-1 by Camp Juniors in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1 with DJ O’Leary getting their goal.
Killarney Athletic are into second place after winning 5-2 at Asdee. Stephen Crosini and Mark Fennell both scored twice for Athletic with Alec Laurent and Conor Carmody replying for Asdee.
Team of the Week;
Graham Slattery Sean Dineen Dylan Quinn Ciaran O’Sullivan
Ballyheigue 14’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Listowel Celtic 13’s Killorglin 12’s
Oran Dwyer Luke Crowley Dylan Ryle
Mastergeeha 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Fenit 12’s
Daniel Barrett Andy Rogers Patrick Hare
LB Rovers 12’s Tralee Dynamos 12’s Iveragh United 14’s