Weekend October 21st 2018
Subway Inter League
13’s Kerry 1–4 Limerick Desmond
15’s Kerry 1–1 Limerick County
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier
Killarney Celtic 4 –0 Killarney Athletic
Listowel Celtic 2–3 Killorglin
Park 2–2 Iveragh United
13’s Division 1
Camp Juniors 0–1 Killarney Celtic B
Castleisland 4–3 Inter Kenmare A
Tralee Dynamos B 2–7 Killorglin B
13’s Division 2 North
Fenit A 5–0 Castliesland B
LB Rovers 4–5 Park C
13’s Division 2 South
Killorglin C 2–6 Ballyhar
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Ballyhar 2 –4 Killorglin
15’s Division 1
Ballyheigue 3–0 Iveragh United
Killarney Celtic B 1–2 Mastergeeha
Fenit 0–3 Castleisland
15’s Division 2
LB Rovers 2–3 Listowel Celtic
Tralee Dynamos A 7–5 MEK
Killorglin B 2–6 Inter Kenmare
Camp Juniors 6-1 MEK
Listowel Celtic 4–9 Inter Kenmare
Fenit 0–6 Inter Kenmare
Subway Inter League:
In the battle of the two unbeaten sides in the 13’s Subway Inter League Group 1 Limerick Desmond defeated Kerry 4-1 at Mounthawk Park.
The 15’s Inter League game between Kerry and Limerick County ended 1-1 with Joe Finch getting the home sides goal.
Killorglin make IT 3 from 3 in the 13 Premier:
Killorglin continued their unbeaten start to their Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier and made it three wins from three but only just. Two goals including one from the penalty spot and one from Andrew Owens put Killorglin 3-0 up at the break. In the second half Listowel Celtic fought hard and two Evan Boyle goals, with one of his also coming from the penalty spot, brought the home side right back into contention.
Killarney Celtic moved onto 6 points after a 4-0 home win over neighbours Killarney Athletic. Mikey Murphy, Josh Bowler, Jamie Moynihan and Padraig O’Donoghue got their goals but they also needed keeper Callum Cronin to be in top form to keep the Woodlawn side at bay. Mathew Moynihan and Neil O’Carroll were the best for Athletic.
The Park and Iveragh United have to be satisfied with a point each. Goals from Evan and Fintan O’Sullivan put the West Kerry aide ahead with Immanuel Manu getting the Park’s goal. And it took a cracker from JJ Olajitan to earn the point for his side.
New leaders in the 13’s Division 1:
Killorglin B have moved to the top of the 13’s Division 1 thanks to a 7-2 win over Tralee Dynamos 2. Jessie O’Reilly, Jack Evans, Jamie Casey, Mathew O’Loughlin and Mathew Spillane were on the mark for Killorglin who move onto 7 points.
Castleisland had goals from Mint O’Connor, David Healy, Eoghan Shire and Jack O’Donoghue as they defeated Inter Kenmare 4-3.
Killarney Celtic B took the first three points of the weekend as a last minute winner from Vishnu gave them a 1-0 win over Camp Juniors. Celtic keeper Pierce Moynihan was in great form.
4 from 4 for Park C in Division after 9 goal thriller in 13 Division 2 North:
St Brendan’s Park C made it 4 wins from 4 in the 13’s Division 2 North but did so by just coming out on the right side of a nine goal thriller. Sam Slattery hit 2, Ryan O’Driscoll a penalty, Adam Prendergast and Ciaran O’Connell got the goals for the Park. Patrick Walsh hit a hat trick and TJ O’Sullivan were on the mark for any unlucky LB Rovers side.
Ballyhar now the leaders in 13 Division 2 South:
In a tight Division Ballyhar are now the leaders after they won 6-2 away at Killorglin C. Daithi O’Shea and Aaron O’Sullivan both hit two each with Kristupas and Tristan Keating getting the other two. For the home side Tristen Janinski who was again the stand-out player on his side and Micheal Roache for the goals.
Mastergeeha travelled to MEK for what turned out to be an amazing game ending 8-6 to the Kilbrean side. Gavin Barry, Jack O’Brien, Barry Collins, Bobby Galvin, Darren O’Leary and Emmet Spillane got the Mastergeeha goals. Aaron Dinhan, Cian Fleming and James Clifford all got two each for MEK.
Killorglin make it two wins from two in the 15 Premier:
An Eoghan Hassett hat trick and a fourth from Brendan Casey saw Killorglin win the day’s only game in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier as they won 4-2 at Murt Scott Park. They are now top of the table on 6 points Stephen Palmer from the penalty spot and Luke Ring were the Ballyhar scorers.
Mastergeeha win Killarney derby in 15’s Division 1:
Goals from Dara Callaghan and Mark O’Shea gave Mastergeeha a narrow 2-1 win away to Killarney Celtic B. The win sees them move onto 7 points from 3 games to top the Division. Mikey McCarthy replied for the Hoops.
Two wins from 2 has Castleisland on 6 points with the latest 3 points coming from a 3-0 win over Fenit. Raymond O’Neill 2 and Freddie Galway got the goals for the winner.
Ballyheigue picked up their first three points on a 3-0 score-line over Iveragh United.
Goals Galore in 15’s Division 2:
Inter Kenmare took advantage of the top two teams in the Division losing as their win away to Killorglin B saw them move onto 7 points and level with LB Rovers at the top of the table.
Killorglin B were unlucky to see their keeper sent off early on for handling the ball just outside the box. Cian Lyons who played some of the game in goal came out and scored from the penalty spot with Rian O’Sullivan getting their other goal.
LB Rovers lost out to neighbours Listowel Celtic 3-2 with the North Kerry Hoops goals coming from Adam Segal, Sean Keane and Tony Boland. LB’s reply came courtesy of goals from Joe Finch and Kieran O’Connell.
Tralee Dynamos are onto 4 points following their home win in a game where there were 12 goals scored with the Tralee side winning 7-5.
Dynamos had goals from Damien Hogan and Donagh Stephenson getting 2 each, Liam Moroney, Tom Quilligan and Thomas Degree. Shane O’Connor’s hat trick was added to by goals from Kevin Harrant and Eddie Moroney for MEK.
Inter Kenmare and Camp Juniors take the points in the Girls 12’s and 14’s:
Camp Juniors were the winners in the 12’s Premier thanks to goals from Miriam Sheehan who hit a hat-trick with Suvi O’Connor scoring twice and Asleigh Horan getting the 6th. Kayla Roche replied MEK who had good performances from Holly Barrett, Sarah Barrett and Grainne Kelliher.
On Sunday Inter were 9-4 winners away at Litowel Celtic in the 12’s Girls Premier. Phoebe O’Shea, Helena O’Donoghue who was Inter’s best player on the day. Martha O’Sullivan and Sophie Ryan scored for Kenmare. Lias Slattery with 3 and Emily Browne were on the mark for Listowel Celtic.
Inter Kenmare won away at newcomers Fenit in the 14’s Premier with Grace Foley, Laoisa Casey, Chloe Cremin, Lucy Burton, Tara Desmond and Saoirse Buckley all getting on the team sheet.
Joey is the Penalty King:
This year sees the inaugural John Giles Foundation Penalty Competition with the ultimate prize of taking penalties in the Aviva during the upcoming Northern Ireland game.
Firstly the Kerry qualifier Killarney Celtic’s Joey McCarthy will have to win the Munster qualifier which is set for early next month. In the KSGBL final he saw off Killorglin’s Charlie O’Connor, LB Rovers Lee Meehan and Tralee Dynamos Shay Kelliher in a decider that went to sudden death.
Team of the Week:
Camp Juniors 13’s
James Fisher Hugh Walshe Evan Brennan
Park 13’s Ballyhar 13’s Castleisland 13’s
Kieran O’Carroll Jayden Healy Tom Whittleton Fintan O’Sullivan
LB Rovers 15’s Fenit 13’s Killorglin 15’s Iveragh United 13’s
Eddie Moroney Mikey Murphy Dara O’Shea
MEK 15’s Killarney Celtic 13’s Mastergeeha 15’s