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Results and Reports from December 8th

December 8th 2018 Results and Reports
Gaynor Girls Qualifiers
13’s Limerick Desmond 2–0 Kerry
15’s Limerick Desmond 7-0 Kerry
Girls 12 Premier
Killarney Celtic Green 2–6 Listowel Celtic
Inter Kenmare 3–0 Iveragh United
Killarney Celtic White 6–0 MEK Starz
Killarney Athletic 1-8 Fenit
JK Sports 12 Premier
Listowel Celtic 2–1 Tralee Dynamos
Park 3–1 Killarney Athletic
Inter Kenmare 0–1 Killarney Celtic
12 Division 1
Ballyhar 4–2 Park B
Fenit 3–0 Killarney Athletic B
Killarney Celtic B 1–3 Camp Juniors A
Mastergeeha A 4–4 Tralee Dynamos B
12 Division 2 South
Killorglin B 4–3 Tralee Dynamos C
Iveragh United 2–1 MEK
Mastergeeha B 3–3 Killarney Athletic C
Killarney Celtic C 1–1 Inter Kenmare C
12 Division 2 North
Dingle Bay Rovers B 0–3 Park C
Camp Juniors B 3–0 Fenit B
LB Rovers B3 –1 Ballyheigue
Quills 14 Premier
Listowel Celtic 2–2 Killarney Celtic
Killorglin 1-5 Iveragh United
14’s Division 1
Fenit A 0–2 Killarney Athletic A
Killarney Celtic B 1–6 Tralee Dynamos A
14’s Division 2
Killarney Athletic B 0–1 Killorglin B
MEK – Dingle Bay Rovers
Mastergeeha B 5–9 LB Rovers A
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Camp Juniors 7-1 Inter Kenmare
Park4 –2 Ballyhar
Killorglin 4–2 Killarney Celtic
16’s Division 1
Windmill United 4–1 Killarney Athletic
Fenit 3–0 Killorglin B
Iveragh United 0–7 Park B
Defeat in Gaynor Openers for 13’s and 15’s
Kerry began their grading tournament for the 2019 Gaynor Cup with away defeats by Limerick Desmond for the 13’s and 15’s. Both sides will be in UL in May /June for the biggest week of underage girls soccer but the 4 game qualifying process will decide if they play in the Cup or Trophy competition.
The 13’swere without their keeper who had to pull out sick went down 2-0 to Limerick Desmond while the 15’s were beaten 6-0 by the Desmond girls who were at the 14’s Gaynor next year and who would be well ahead of the Kerry girls in terms of experience.
The Kerry 13’s and 15’s will be at home to South Tipperary in their next group game.
Top 2 win in 12 Girls Premier
Killarney Celtic White continue to lead the way by three points from Inter Kenmare as both sides added three points from their games.
Killarney Celtic White defeated MEK Starz 6-0 while Inter Kenmare also won at home defeating Iveragh United 3-0. Naoishe O’Donoghue, Eve Culhane, Abbie Finnan and Leah O’Grady got the Celtic White scores.
Listowel Celtic continue to keep the pressure on the two sides above them after they saw off Killarney Celtic Green at Celtic Park. Lisa Slattery hit 4 and Laura Falvey 2 for the North Kerry girls while Jessica Leggate got both goals for Killarney Celtic.
Goals from Meabh Carmody, Grace Reilly, Ciara Quilter and Grace O’Dowd gave Fenit the win over Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn on Sunday.
Park and Listowel Celtic win on Saturday and Killarney Celtic on Sunday in 12 Premier
Things have tightened up in the JK Sports 12 Premier. The Park had a good win over Killarney Athletic who were in second place at the start of play. Goals from Noah Carroll, Sam Slattery and Ronan Carroll gave the Tralee side the win at Christy Leahy Park.
Listowel Celtic have moved level with Athletic and Tralee Dynamos after the beat the latter 2-1 at home. Ruairi O’Connell and Conor Sweeney got the Listowel Celtic goals with Conor Lucey replying for Dynamos.
Inter Kenmare dropped their first points of the season when they went down 1-0 at home to Killarney Celtic. Joshua Williams got the all- important goal midway through the second half.
7 up for Fenit in 12’s Division 1:
The two unbeaten sides in the JK Sports 12 Division 1 met with Fenit keeping their record unblemished as the defeated Killarney Athletic 3-0 for their 7th win from 7. Tom Quilter, Aaron Harty and Jayden Deady for the Fenit goal while at the other end Jack Dwyer saved an Athletic penalty.
Tralee Dynamos B missed the chance to go joint second and they remain two points behind Athletic as they were held to a 4-4 draw away at Mastergeeha. Francis O’Brien 2, Cody O’Sullivan and Mollie Duggan got the Dynamos goals while Calvin O’Sullivan was impressive for the Tralee side in goals.
Camp Juniors are also well in contention after they came from behind to defeat Killarney Celtic B. Colm Janot put Celtic B ahead at the break but goals from Dean Goodwin and 2 from Dylan Harrington gave Camp Juniors three valuable points.
Ballyhar will be happy after they continue to improve and they defeated Park B 4-2. Jake Keating, Sean Barry, Gearoid Looney and Davin Quilter got the home side goals with Oliver Lata and Sam Akinyemi replying for the Park.
Iveragh United win battle of top 2 in 12’s Division 2 South:
Going into the game Iveragh United and MEK were unbeaten in their 5 games and locked together on 15 points. After the game it was the South Kerry side that remain unbeaten thanks to a hard fought 2-1 win. Iveragh went 2-0 up thanks to goals from Daithi Sugrue and David Kennedy with James Clifford pulling one back for MEK.
Killorglin B are within 2 points of second place after their 4-3 win over Tralee Dynamos C. Rioghan O’Sullivan was in outstanding form hitting all his sides goals while Cormac O’Riordan saved a penalty.
Showing how tight this Division is the other two games ended in draws. Mastergeeha and Killarney Athletic C shared 6 goals. Sean Cox 2 and Tadgh Herlihy got the Mastergeeha goals with Bryan O’Connor, William Roguago and Cillian Coffey replying for Athletic C.
Darragh O’Sullivan equalised for Inter Kenmare C as they drew 1-1 at Killarney Celtic C.
Three goals for the three winners in Division 2 North
The top three sides in the JK Sports 12 Division 2 North all scored three goals with only leaders LB Rovers conceding one goal.
They beat Ballyheigue 3-1 with Cody Goggin, Oran O’Sullivan and Eamon O’Connor on the mark while Adam Thornton replied for Ballyheigue.
Camp Juniors stay level with LB Rovers on 15 points but they do have a game in hand after they saw off Fenit B 3-0 while Park C who are three points behind the leaders but also have games in hand defeated Dingle Bay Rovers 3-0 away.
Iveragh United the new leaders of the 14 Premier
Iveragh United are the new leaders of the Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier, by a point, after they were 5-1 away winners at Killorglin. Donagh Shine and Zac Fayen both got two each with Oisin Breen getting the other goal.
The battle of the Celtic finished level with Pat Mulvihill and Oisin Healy scoring for Listowel while Jack O’Sullivan and Robert Brooks got the Killarney goals.
Athletic go 4 from 4 but Dynamos chasing hard in 14 Division 1
Killarney Athletic continue to lead the Quills Woollen Mills 14’s Division 1 thanks to a 2-0 away win at Fenit. Josh Coffey opened the scoring for Athletic following a Thomas Healy cross. Ryan McCarthy flicked home a second after a Maidhci Lynch shot.
Tralee Dynamos are only 1 win behind Athletic following their impressive win away at Killarney Celtic B. The goals came from Evan and Tom Quilligan, Luke Horgan, Kian Sheehan, Sean Whealan and Alex Hoare.
Goals Galore in 14’s Division 2
Dingle Bay Rovers extended their lead at the top of the 14’s Division 1 but have a game more played. Their job was made easier when MEK goalkeeper Mathew O’Connor was forced off with a muscle injury very early in the game. Dingle Bay Rovers goals came from James Hoare, Oscar Donnegan, Paddy Ryan, Patrick Cahill, Kieran Moran and Edgar.
LB Rovers moved 2 points ahead of MEK and into second place following an extraordinary game away to Mastergeeha B which produced 14 goals.
Thavien Buckley 3, Mikey Dunworth and Darragh Fitzpatrick 2 each while Padraig Fogarty and Patrick Walsh were on the mark for the Rovers. Jack Tagney, Gavin Cronin, Jack O’Donoghue, Euan Evans and Adam Murphy replied for Mastergeeha B.
Camp Juniors win early to stay top of 16 Premier
Camp Juniors open the weekend’s action by defeating Inter Kenmare on Friday night. The game was played on the Killarney Celtic All Weather and goals from Cian Brosnan 4, Oisin Breen, Kian Clancy and Cian Wright sees them move onto 4 wins from 4 played.
Killorglin are chasing hard and their win over Killarney Celtic keeps them just three points behind Camp. Dylan Moriarty 2, Cillian Burke and Mikey O’Donnell got their goals while a Cian McMahon hit a cracking 25 yarder against the win for Celtic.
The Park put a dent in Ballyhar’s aspirations of a top 2 finish as they won 4-2 at Christy Leahy Park. Ryan Guerin, David O’Callaghan, Rob Vassiu and Dan Fisher scored for the Park with Peter Cosgrave continuing his hot streak with both Ballyhar goals.
Park B joins Rattoo Rovers at the top of the 16 Division 1
With unbeaten leaders Rattoo Rovers, 4 from 4 on 12 points, not playing the Park B moved onto the same mark but with a game more played. The Tralee side defeated Iveragh United thanks to goals from Sean O’Connell 3, Mark Brick, Cian O’Neill, Ben Hannafin and Cillian Murphy.
Killarney Athletic added another 3 points to their total with a 4-1 away win over Windmill United. Rossa Bellew, Will Shine 2 and Junior Alade were the Athletic scorers with Eric McMahon replying for Windmill United.
Fenit will be happy with their 3-0 win at home to Killorglin B with the winners goals coming from Paddy Walsh and Eddie McCarthy.
National Cup Last 32:
The Kerry sides left in the National Cup now know their opposition in the Last 32. The draw for the Open Round took place at the SFAI Council meeting with Fixture Secretary Aidan Murnane representing the League.
In the 13’s St Brendan’s Park make the long trip to Carndonagh FC, the 14’s has Killarney Celtic at home to Cherry Orchard while in the 15’s both Kerry sides have been given home draws.
The Park will face Renmore AFC at Christy Leahy Park while Wexford Albion will be the visitors to Celtic Park in Killarney.
Regional Semi-finals: In the Regional 13’s The Park will play Aisling Annacotty in the Regional semi-final, in the 14’s semi-final Killarney Celtic go to Shannon Town while in the 15’s Regionals semi-finals the Kerry sides are away. Killarney Celtic go to Galbally United while the Park will travel to the winners of Regional and Aisling Annacotty.
Team of the Week

Jack Dwyer
Fenit 12’s
Cillian Horan Jay O’Connor Oisin Healy
Camp Juniors 12’s Tralee Dynamos 12’s Listowel Celtic 12’s
Max Novislok Filip Latgar Darragh O’Sullivan Patryk Komosa
St Brendan’s Park 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Inter Kenmare 12’s Killarney Athletic 16’s
Peter Cosgrave Daithi Sugrue Rioghan O’Sullivan
Ballyhar 16’s Iveragh United 12’s Killorglin 12’s

First Reports from December 2018

December’s First Weekend of Action:
Subway Inter League
12’s Kerry 1 –2 North Tipperary
13’s Limerick District 3–1 Kerry
16’sLimerick Desmond 1–1 Kerry
12’s Premier
Killarney Athletic 0-4 MEK Starz
14’s Premier
Castleiland 2-0 Fenit
Inter Kenmare 7-2 Listowel Celtic
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Premier
Killarney Athletic 2-1 Killorglin
Killarney Celtic 2-3 Park
Tralee Dynamos 2-3 Listowel Celtic
13’s Division 1
Mastergeeha 9-0 Camp Juniors
Killorglin B 1-2 Castleisland
Killarney Celtic B 2-5 Inter Kenmare
13 Division 2 South
Ballyhar 3-0 Killorglin C
Dingle Bay Rovers 3-9 Killarney Athletic B
Mastergeeha B 3-3 MEK
13 Division 2 North
Park C 2-1 LB Rovers
Castleisland B 0-9 Fenit
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier
Iveragh United 1-1 Killorglin
Mastergeeha 1-3 Park
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Killorglin A 2-1 Ballyhar
Park 2-2 Killarney Celtic
15 Division 1
Castleisland 0-2 Fenit
Mastergeeha 3-2 Killarney Celtic B
15 Division 2
Inter Kenmare 6-0 Killorglin B
MEK 4-0 Tralee Dynamos
Subway Round-Up
It was a busy weekend in the SFAI Subway Inter League competitions. Kerry hosted North Tipperary in the first round of the u12’s in Mounthawk Park. In a tight encounter it was the visitors that just took the win 2-1. Shayne Stack got the Kerry goal. Both Leagues also had a Development squad on duty with the sides drawing 0-0.
The 13’s travelled to UL to take on Limerick District in games played in very tough conditions. The home side led 2-1 at half time with JJ Olitijan getting the Kerry goal. They pressed hard for an equaliser but were caught in the last minute when Limerick got their third. Dara Foley made a great save from a Limerick District penalty but their attacker was quickest to react.
Kerry were well in the game for long periods and will take lots of positives as they go into the Plate section of the competition.
Mint O’Connor scored twice for the Development squad but they went down 4-2 in the worst of the weather.
The 16’s opened their competition with a good 1-1 draw away to Limerick Desmond. Kerry will be a little disappointed as they had a number of chances to add to Kian Brosnan’s goal. But they were caught with an equaliser 5 minutes from time.
MEK Starz takes first win:
One of the many new teams in the Kerry Schoolgirls League MEK Starz will be delighted to have taken their first win of the campaign. They beat another new side Killarney Athletic 4-0 thanks to goals from Emily Buckley, Kayla Roche and Keeva Riordan.

Castleisland girls first win as Inter go top in 14’s:
In the 14 Girls Premier Castleisland are one of the newcomers to the Girls League and will be delighted to have gotten their first win in only their 3rd game. Shauna Wilkinson was their hero getting both their goals in a 2-0 win over Fenit. They had big performances from Jessica McGibney and Ciara O’Sullivan.
Inter Kenmare move to the top of the table with their 3rd win from three. Goals from Grace Roberts White, Tara Desmond, Grace Foley and Orla O’Brien gave them the win over Listowel Celtic. Ciara Henderson and Ella Buckley scored for the north Kerry girls.
Top two go down in the 13 Premier:
It was a bad day for the leading sides in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier. Killorglin dropped their first points after 5 win to a very good Killarney Athletic display. Oisin Lynch and Timmy Galvin put the home side ahead in Woodlawn. Killorglin fought hard and pulled one back late on through Jack McGrath but despite strong pressure they couldn’t find an equaliser thanks to resolute Athletic defending.
Killarney Celtic were in joint second at the start of play but they went down at home to the Park. The Tralee side were 2-0 up early on thanks to goals from Andrew Kerins and Immanuel Manu. But Celtic hit back with two from Jason O’Sullivan to level matters. However the Park had the last word when Manu got his second and his sides third to secure the win.
Listowel Celtic moved into second place and only 6 points behind the leader Killorglin and with a game in hand. Their win came away at Tralee Dynamos and goals from Evan Boyle 2 and Ciaran Clarke saw them lead 3-1. Jake Hoare added to an earlier goal from Eoin Flaherty as they fought in vain to grab an equaliser.
Inter jump to the top of the 13’s Division 1:
Inter Kenmare were the big movers in the Daly’s 13’s Division 1 Inter Kenmare were the big winners as they now led the Division by one point thanks to their 5-2 at Killarney Celtic B. Ben O’Callaghan, Barry Fitzsimons, Ronan McCarthy 2 and Zack O’Shea got the Inter goals.
Castleisland have moved into joint second place with their 4th win from 4 games, and they have 2 games in hand. Jack Joy and Jack O’Donoghue saw them come from one down after Ryan O’Connor had given Killorglin B the lead. But the winners needed keeper Chris Devane to make two great saves to guarantee his side took all three points.
Mastergeeha are still in touch after they were too strong for Camp Juniors at Kilbrean Park. Jack Tagney 3, Liam Horgan 2, Ronan McCarthy and an own goal gave them the win.
Leaders Park C go 6 from 6 but only just in 13 Division 2 North:
LB Rovers were unlucky not to be the first team to take points of Park C. At Christy Leahy Park the home side had goals from Noah Carroll and Sam Slattery with Leigh Meehan replying for the North Kerry side.
Fenit are up to second after they proved to be too strong for Castleisland B. Tom Quilter, Jayden Deady. Tiernan O’Sullivan and Rory Boyd got their goals.
Athletic beat closest rivals in 13 Division 2 South
Killarney Athletic B extended their lead at the top of the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 2 with a win over second placed Dingle Bay Rovers. Rohan Sipon, Liam Hennigan, Eanna Kearney, Nathan Cronin, Anton Donachov and man of the match Daire Kingston got the Athletic goals.
Ballyhar are well in touch with the two teams above them after they beat Killorglin C 3-0 at Murt Scott Park. Aaron O’Sullivan and Kristupos got the goals.
Mastergeeha B and MEK shared 6 goals in a 3-3 draw. Bobby Gallivan, Gavin Barry and Darren O’Leary got the home sides goals at Kilbrean Park.
Park move into the lead in the 14 Premier:
The Park moved clear at the top of the Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier after they saw off Mastergeeha. Ray McGrath, Odhran Ferris and Callum O’Sullivan got the Park’s goals.
In the other game in the Division Iveragh United and Killorglin drew 1-1 with Ben Egan getting the goal for the home side.
Killorglin out on their own in 15 Premier:
Killorglin are the team to catch in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier and are now unbeaten in their 4 games. They had to come from behind to beat Ballyhar 2-1 at home. Charlie Keating put the visitors ahead but late goals from Eoghan Hassett and Adam Owens gave Killorglin the win.
It became even better for Killorglin when two of their rivals the Park and Killarney Celtic drew 2-2. Celtic led twice through Dylan Roche and Mike McCarthy but the Park levelled on both occasions with goals from Cianan Cooney and Nathan Rogers.
Fenit go joint top after win over leaders in 15’s Division 1:
Castleisland went into their home game in the Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1 against joint second placed Fenit unbeaten in three games but it was the visitors who took the three points to now lead the Division by a point.
Eddie McCarthy was the Fenit hero getting both their goals but they have a game more played than Castleisland.
Mastergeeha started the day level with Fenit and now share top spot after they saw off Killarney Celtic B at Kilbrean Park. Donagh Fahy, Mark O’Shea, Dara O’Shea, Jack Higgins, Daniel Horgan and Colin O’Leary all got on the score-sheet for Mastergeeha.
MEK lead 15 Division 2 but with more games played:
MEK have moved into the lead in the Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1 after they beat Tralee Dynamos. They lead by three points but have played two games more than Listowel Celtic. Shane Evans 2, Kevin Harant and Eddie Moroney scored for MEK.
Inter Kenmare are up to joint third after their win over Killorglin B. Their goals came from Adem Gul 3, Yago Cornide 2, Jamie O’Regan and Darragh O’Connor.
Girl’s Roll of Honour:
Hazel Bourke and Shauna Wilkinson Castleisland 14’s, Grace Foley and Saoirse Buckley Inter Kenmare, Jessica McGibney and Ciara O’Sullivan Fenit 14’s and Ciara Henderson and Ella Buckley Listowel Celtic 14’s.
Team of the Week
Fionan Griffin
Ballyhar 15’s
Liam Horgan David O’Connor Conor Hayes
Mastergeeha 13’s Inter Kenmare 13’s Killorglin 13’s
Gregory Clifford Kieran Boyne Bruno Browy Eoin Flaherty
Fenit 15’s Killarney Athletic 13’s Park 13’s Tralee Dynamos 13’s
Jason O’Sullivan Jack Sheehy Jack O’Donoghue
Killarney Celtic 13’s Dingle Bay Rover 13’s Castleisland 13’s

Joy and heartbreak in Schoolboys and Girls League

November 24th National Cup, Evens and Girls Games:
Skechers National Cup
14’s Round 4:
Killarney Celtic 2–1 Tulla United
Kildimo 2–2 Park AET
Kildimo win on pens
Ennis Town 3–0 Listowel Celtic AET
16’s Round 4:
Fairview Rangers 1–1 Killorglin
Fairview win on pens
Cullen/Lattin 4–3 Killarney Celtic AET
16’s Girls National Cup
Wilton United 4–0 Killarney Athletic
JK Sports 12’s Premier
Killarney Celtic 1-1 Tralee Dynamos
Killorglin 0–4 Killarney Celtic
Inter Kenmare 2–1 Killarney Athletic
Dingle Bay Rovers 2–2 Listowel Celtic
LB Rovers 0–1 Tralee Dynamos
12’s Division 1
Tralee Dynamos B 5–1 Ballyhar
Killarney Athletic B 5–2 Mastergeeha A
Listowel Celtic B 0–4 Park B
Killarney Celtic B 0–6 Fenit A
Camp Juniors A 3–1 Inter Kenmare B
12’S Division 2 South
MEK 7–0 Killarney Celtic
Iveragh United 6–2 Tralee Dynamos B
Killarney Athletic C 1 –6 Killorglin B
Inter Kenmare C 2–5 Mastergeeha B
12’s Division 2 South
Ballyheigue 4–0 Fenit B
Park C 1–2 Camp Juniors B
Quiills Woollen Mills
14’s Division 1
Park B 9 –1 Fenit
14’s Division 2
Killorglon B 1–8 Dingle Bay Rovers
LB Rovers 8–2 Mastergeeha B
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Killorglin 3-1 Park
Tralee Trophy World
16’s Premier
Ballyhar 1–4 Camp Juniors
16’s Division 1
Park B 7-3 Windmill United
Listowel Celtic 5–5 Windmill United
Park B 3–0 Mastergeeha A
Killorglin B 2 –8 Rattoo Rovers
Killarney Athletic 1–0 Fenit
Girls 12’s Premier
Fenit 3–2 Camp Juniors
Iveragh United 0–3 Killarney Celtic White
MEK Kikckerz 2–8 Listowel Celtic
Girls 16’s Premier
Park 0–8 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Celtic’s win the highlight but lots of late National Cup heartbreak:
With St Brendan’s Park 13’s and 15’s through to the Last 32 in the National Cups and into the Regional semi-finals it was the turn of the even age teams left in the competition to try and reach the same stage.
In the Subway 14’s National Cup Killarney Celtic were involved in a tight encounter at home to Tulla United and they came out on the right side of a 2-1 win. The Clare side led 1-0 at half time but Eoghan Crowley brought the sides level early in the second period.
Just when it looked like the game would need extra time to find a winner Kelvin O’Sullivan proved to be the Celtic hero hitting a late late winner.
The Park went all the way to penalties in their game away to Kildimo. Normal and extra time could not separate the sides with the game ending 2-2. Venis Jahiri put the Tralee side ahead only for the home side to equalise just before full time.
The home side took the lead in extra time but credit to the Park as Odhran Ferris levelled matters and sent the game to penalties. Sadly for the Park with was the home side that won the spot kick lottery to progress.
Ennis Town and Listowel Celtic finished their game in Clare tied at 0-0 after normal time. The first period of extra time also say the sides remain scoreless but in the final ten minutes things went the way of the home side.
They took the lead from a cracking free kick with five minutes to go. Listowel Celtic had to chase the game and were caught on the break. Ennis hit a third from another free kick with almost the last kick of the game to see them win 3-0 – a score line that was harsh on the Kerry side who put up a great battle.
The 16’s National Cup Round 4 was also unkind to the two Kerry sides left in the competition. Killorglin held top Limerick side Fairview Rangers to a 1-1 draw after extra time away in Limerick. However it was the Rangers who move into the Last 32 winning 3-2 on penalties.
Killarney Celtic travelled to the Oola GAA Grounds to take on Cullin Lattin and this game also went to extra time. And it was the home side that are into the next round following a 7 goal thriller. Daniel Okwute, Cian Doe and Killian O’Sullivan got the Celtic goals as the game ended 3-3 after normal time. But as the game looked to be heading for penalties Cullen Lattin struck late to take the win 4-3.
FAI U16 Women’s National Cup
Killarney Athletic travelled to Carragiline to take on a much more experienced Wilton United in the latest round of the u16 FAI Women’s National Cup. The Cork side were 2-0 up at half time and hit two more goals very late on after the Athletic girls had given their all. The Athletic goalkeeper Debbie Maye was in top form for her side in a game where the score line flattered the home side.
Killarney Celtic take lead in 12 Girls Premier
There was lots of actions in the 12 Girls Premier. Goals in the second half from Naoishe O’Donoghue, Eva Cullhane and Niamh Cantillon gave Killarney Celtic White a 3-0 win over Iveragh United. This sees them open a 3 point gap at the top of the table.
Litowel Celtic are only 1 point outside of the top three after they were too strong for new comers MEK Kickerz. Laura Falvey, Lisa Slattery, Ava Walsh and Laura Meehan got the Listowel Celtic goals with Izzy McGrath and Sarah O’Sullivan replying for MEK Kickerz.
Fenit will be very happy with their first win of the season proving that their hard work on the training ground is paying off. Aleshia Deady was their hero hitting a hat trick in their 3-0 win.
Listowel Celtic go 2 from 2 in 16 Girls Premier
Listowel Celtic were too strong for the St Brendan’s Park girls who are in their first season. Credit must go to the Tralee side who had 18 girls on duty at the game with is great to see.
For the North Kerry side Cliona Pierse, Kerri Anne Hanrahan, Zara Doherty, Ciara Buttler, Aisling Kelly, Melanie Higggins and Aoife Horgan were on the score sheet.
Inter Kenmare unbeaten in 4 in 12 Premier:
Inter Kenmare have yet to drop a point after 4 games of the JK Sport 12 Premier. There latest win came from a 2-1 win over Killarney Athletic who were in second place at the start of play. Jack Sweeney and Dawd Grebowic got the Inter goals with Simone Jasinski getting the Athletic goal.
Tralee Dynamos are up to joint second after they had a good week with a win and a draw the same as Killarney Celtic got this week.
The sides drew 1-1 in mid -week with Mathew R ogers getting the Dynamos goal. On Saturday one goal was enough as Dynamos saw off LB Rovers 1-0 thanks to a Nick Lacey score.
Killarney Celtic were 4-0 winners over Killorglin to move up the table thanks to goals from Fiana Bradley, Oisin Fleming 2 and Joey McCarthy.
Dingle Bay Rovers and Listowel Celtic settled for a share of the points following a 2-2 draw. Cian McGearailt and Padraig Manning got the Dingle goals.
Super Six for Inter and Athletic in 12 Division 1:
The JK Sports 12 Division 1 is proving to be a cracking race as both Fenit and Killarney Athletic are unbeaten in their 6 games. Fenit defeated Killarney Celtic B thanks to goals from Aaron Harty and Jayden Deady who both got 2 goals and Cian McKenna and Kealon Dowd who got one each.
Killarney Athletic B were 5-2 winners at home to Mastergeeha A. Dara Griffin and Brian McCarthy scored 2 each with Craig Leggate getting the other goal while Sean McAuliffe and Mathew Kennedy replied for Mastergeeha in a game where the sides were tied 2-2 at the break.
Tralee Dynamos are well in touch and are only 3 points off the unbeaten sides following their 5-1 win over Ballyhar. Dynamos finished the stronger after the game was tied 1-1 early on. Christy Burke, Cody O’Sullivan, Calvin O’Sullivan, Mollie Duggan and Jobi Obydina got the Dynamos goals.
Camp Juniors are in 4th following their 3-1 home win over Inter Kenmare B. Dylan Harrington 2 and Dean Goodwyn were on the mark for Camp Juniors.
The Park B won the Sunday game as they defeated Listowel Celtic B 4-0. Tadgh Moylan 2, Killian O’Mahony and Oisin Breen for the Park’s goals.
Iveragh United and MEK continue to lead the way in 12 Division 2 South:
Iveragh United and MEK are tied on 15 points from their 5 games in the JK Sports 12 Division 2. The South Kerry side had goals from Alex Kelly 2, Daithi Sugrue and Marc O’Connor in their win over Tralee Dynamos B.
The Mid and East Kerry side saw off Killarney Celtic C with James Clifford, Joe Horan, Noah O’Shea, Eanna Murphy and Jamie Daly on the mark.
Killorglin B are keeping the pressure on the top 2 and they won away in Woodlawn defeating Killarney Athletic C. Brian Foley, Rioghan O’Sullivan, James Jones and Patrick O’Donnell got the Killorglin goals.
Mastergeeha B have moved up the table thanks to a 5-2 win away at Inter Kenmare C. Tomas Myers Eoin Cashman and Jack Casey scored for the winner with Ruairi Coakley and Finn Murphy replying for Inter C.
Camp Juniors B now joint leaders in 12 Division 2 North:
Camp Juniors were 2-1 winners away to the Park C and they now move level with LB Rovers at the top of the table. Edison Jahiri got the Park’s goal.
Ballyheigue move up the table thanks to a 4-0 win over Fenit B. Kallum Hussey for the first and fourth goals with Mathew O’Sullivan and Sam Keane getting the other.
Park B into joint second in 14’s Division 1:
There was only one game in the Quills Woollen Mills 14’s Division 1. The Park move level with Tralee Dynamos in joint second and just three points behind leaders Killarney Athletic. Stephen Barrett, Rodrigo Pinho, Sean Moynihan and Ghazia Zakrit were the Park’s scorers.
Dingle Bay open the gap in 14’s Division 2:
Dingle Bay Rovers away win at Killorglin C sees them open a 4 point gap at the top of the Quills 14’s Division 2. Diarmuid O’Seaghdha, Danny Kavanagh, Edgar Muttaliev, Oscar Donnegan, Conor Corduff, James Hoare and Kieran Moran all got their names on the scorers list in the win.
LB Rovers are within a point of second place after they won at home to Mastergeeha B. Thavien Buckley, Jack Mallon, Patrick Walsh and Cillian Horgan got the LB goals with David O’Riordan getting both for Mastergeeha B.
Leaders go 3 from 3 in 15 Premier
Killorglin are now on 3 from 3 and lead the way in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier. They defeated Park in mid-week thanks to goals from Darragh O’Grady 2 and Ryan Diggin.
Camp go to the top of the 16Premier
Camp Juniors away win at Ballyhar sees them move to the top of the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier. Goals from Maurice O’Connell, Oisin Smailes and Cian Brosnan with two were the Camp scorers.
Rattoo Rovers remain unbeaten in 16 Division 1:
Rattoo Rovers won away at Killorglin B to stay unbeaten in their four games and remain top of the 16 Division 1. Goals from Tommy O’Connor, Sean McGrath, Jordan Goggin 2, Ronan Walsh, Ryan Leary, Darragh Quinlan and Jaberal Iossu.
Following 2 wins Listowel Celtic had to settle for a share of the points after an amazing 5-5 draw with Windmill United.
Chris McQuaid and Dylan Quinn hit 2 each for Listowel with Dylan Breen also on the mark. Tomas O’Sulliavan and Darragh Caplis both hit two each for Windmill with Darragh Hennessy getting the fifth.
The Park were 3-0 winners over Mastergeeha A thanks to goals from Cianan Cooney and David Feeley.
Killarney Athletic also took maximum points as they defeated Fenit 1-0 thanks to a Joe Kelliher goal.
Girls Roll Of Honour
On a weekend where there was lots of action for the girls Debbi Maye, Killarney Athletic, Izzy McGrath and Sarah O’Sullivan MEK, Laura Falvey, Lisa Slattery and Cliona Pierce Listowel Celtic, Mollis Duggan Tralee Dynamos and Aleshia Deady and Meah Carmody from Fenit were the outstanding players.
Team of the Week: Tom Brett
Windmill 16’s
Conor Corduff Charles Guest Faye O’Neill David Kennedy
Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s Inter Kenmare 12’s Park 12’s Iveragh United 12’s
Brian McCarthy Jack Nolan Adam O’Neill Jamie Daly
Killarney Athletic 12’s Fenit 12’s Killorglin 12’s MEK 12’S
Dylan Breen Kallum Hussey
Listowel Celtic 16’s Ballyheigue 12’s

Two wins from two on good day in National Cup

National Cup and Uneven Ages November 17th
National Cup Round 4
13’s Abbeyfeale 2-5 Park
15’s Moneypoint 0–2 Killarney Celtic
JK Sports 12’s Division 2 North
Dingle Bay Rovers 3-1 LB Rovers
Fenit 0–6 Ballyheigue
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier
Listowel Celtic A 2-3 Killarney Athletic A
Iveragh United 0-7 Killorglin
13’s Division 1
Catleisland 6-1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Camp Juniors 2–1Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Celtic B 3-6 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin B 1–3 Mastergeeha A
13’s Division 2 South
Killarney Athletic B 4-3 MEK
Dingle Bay Rovers 2-2 Ballyhar
Killorglin C 2–5 Masteergeeha B
13’s Division 2 North
Fenit 2-6 Park C
Park B 2-2 LB Rovers
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Ballyhar 5-2 Killarney Athletic
15’s Division 1
Ballyheigue 1-3 Fenit
15’s Division 2
Tralee Dynamos 2-1 LB Rovers
Killorglin B 0–3 MEK
Girls Premier
12’s Killarney Celtic Green 1–6 Inter Kenmare
16’s Park 0–2 Killarney Athletic
Two from Two through in National Cup:
Two more Kerry sides will be in the hat on December 8th when the draw for the Last 32 in the Sekchers National Cup will be made.
In the 13’s The Park put in an impressive second half away to Abbeyfeale to win 5-2. The game was tied 1-1 at the break. For the Park JJ Olajitan 2, Ryan McMahon, Jack Slattery and Ciaran Kavanagh were the scorers. As well qualifying for the Last 32 The Park will be away in the Regional semi-finals.
Killarney Celtic 15’s were happy to come through a tough game away to Moneypoint winning 2-0. Both Celtic goals came in the first half from Sean Fitzgerald and William Harty.
Killarney Celtic now join The Park in the Last 32 with both sides having away semi-finals in the Regionals.
Inter 12’s and Athletic 16’s win in the Girls:
Inter Kenmare defeated Killarney Celtic Green in Celtic Park to move into second place and are now only 3 points behind Killarney Celtic White and they have a game in hand. Helena O’Donoghue was the best player on the day hitting 2 goals with Phoebe O’Shea, Martha O’Sullivan and Anna Cornice also on target for Inter.
In the 16’s Killarney Athletic scored once in each half to defeat the Park 2-0 with Elena Doherty and Lily Foley getting the Killarney side’s goals. Athletic are now joint leaders of the Girls 16 Premier.
Important wins for Dingle Bay and Ballyheigue in 12 Division 2 North
Dingle Bay enjoyed an important 3-1 home win over LB Rovers in the JK Sports 12 Division 2 North. Their goals came from Jack Diver, Aaron Foley and Jessie Lynch who was scoring her first goal in her second game – not bad for a 10 year old. Oisin McEvoy replied for LB Rovers.
Ballyheigue had goals from Adam Thornton 2, Jacob Quille, Odhran Lee, Max Grybowski and Adam Lee in their win over Fenit.
Away wins in the 13 Premier:
Leaders Killorglin have still to drop a point after 5 games in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier. Their latest win came away to Iveragh United and they have opened a 9 point lead at the top of the table from Killarney Celtic and Listowel Celtic with both having a game in hand.
In this game Stephen Gannon was again the scorer-in-chief hitting 4. These were added to by goals from Seamus Kelly, Jack McGrath and Ben Levy.
Killarney Athletic are now only 2 points behind Killarney Celtic and Listowel Celtic after they defeated the latter in a 5 goal thriller.
Athletic caught the home side napping and were 2-0 up within the first 5 minutes thanks to goals from Oisin Lynch and Mathew Moynihan.
However Listowel Celtic battled back and a clever Oisin Healy free kick halved the deficit before half time. Another free kick, this time from Aaron Carey levelled matters with 15 minutes to go. But it was the visitors that finished better and Oisin Lynch got his second to give Athletic all three points.
13’s Division 1 tightens up after top sides beaten:
It was a day of surprises in the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 1 as the top sides before play began were beaten.
Killorglin B remain in top spot, but only by one point, after they lost at home to Mastergeeha who had goals from Jack Tagney, John Hughes and Kieran Nagle.
Dingle Bay Rovers were beaten away at Castleisland and remain on 10 points, two behind Killorglin, as they also lost on the day. Goals from David Healy 2, Jack Joy 2, Kian Downey and Killian Dennehy gave the home side the win with James Hoare replying for Dingle Bay. Castleisland are now unbeaten in their three games and have games in hand.
Inter Kenmare are up to joint second after a 6-3 away win at Killarney Celtic B. Barry Fitsimons 2, Ben Callaghan and Zack O’Shea were on the mark for Inter who also benefited for two own goals while Joey McCarthy was on the mark for Celtic.
Camp Juniors will be happy with their 2-1 win at home to Tralee Dynamos thanks to goals from Cian Courtney and Diarmuid Walsh who pounced on the rebound after the Dynamos keeper had saved penalty.
Leaders win while second placed team can only draw in 13’s Div 2 North
The Park C now have a perfect 6 and 0 record in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 North and won away at Fenit this weekend. Sam Slattery, Ciaran O’Connell and Ronan O’Carroll were on the mark for the Division leaders.
The Park C’s club mates the B’s did them a favour as they held second placed LB Rovers to a 2-2 draw. JJ O’Sullivan and Kean O’Keeffe got the LB goals.
Tie at the top of the 13 Division 2 South
Killarney Athletic just got the better of MEK 4-3 to move onto 15 points in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 South. Goals from Rolan Saha, Daniel Fleming 2 and Bryn Flaherty gave the Woodlawn side three valuable points.
Dingle Bay Rovers are two points behind Athletic as they had to come from behind to earn a 2-2 draw. Two goals from Michael Fitzgerald put Ballyhar 2-0 up at half time but Padraig Manning got two for his side in the second half to earn the draw.
Mastergeeha B earned themselves three valuable points as they won 5-2 away at Killorglin C. Sean McAuliffe got 4 and Bobby Galvin the other goal.
Ballyhar go second in 15 Premier
Ballyhar’s win over Killarney Athletic sees them move up to second in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier and only 2 points behind leaders Killorglin. Luke Ring got 2 with Stephen Palmer, Charles Keating and Arron Burke for the winners with Alex Hennigan and Darragh Looney replying for Athletic.
Fenit into second in 15 Division 1
Fenit took advantage of leaders Castleisland having a free day to close the gap on them to 2 points thanks to a 3-1 away win at Ballyheigue. Eddie McCarthy got 2 and Bobby O’Connor the other while Felim O’Sullivan replied for the home side.
MEK move joint top in 15 Division 2
MEK have joined Listowel Celtic at the top of the Killarney Plaza 15’s Division 2 after they were 3-0 winners over Killorglin B. Kevin Harant got 2 and Eddie Moroney one for the Mid and East Kerry side.
Tralee Dynamos were also winners in this division thanks to goals from Alex Hoare and Andy Rogers as they saw off LB Rovers 2-1. Ben Murphy scored for the visitors to Dynamos.
Team of the Week:
Keith O’Mahoney
Fenit 15’s
David O’Sullivan Anton Donochev Kieran Nagle
Ballyheigue 15’s Killarney Athletic 13’s Mastergeeha 13’s
Andrew Kerins David O’Brien Ryan O’Rourke Jack Donovan
Park 13’s Inter Kenmare 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s Tralee Dynamos 15’s
Kean O’Keeffe Charlie Keating Jack Donoghue
LB Rovers 13’s Ballyhar 15’s Castleisland 13’s
Girls Role of Honour:
Jessie Lynch Dingle Bay Rovers 12 Boys, Helena O’Donoghue Inter Kenmare 12’s and Elena O’Doherty and Caoilin O’Donoghue.

Inter Kenmare 14’s Girls National Cup win the week’s highlight

November 10th Results and Reports:
Subway Inter League
13’s North Tipperary 3–2 Kerry
15’s Kerry 1–0 Clare
14’sGirls National Cup
Wilton United 3–4 Inter Kenmare
JK Sports 12 Premier
Killorglin 0-0 LB Rovers (Mid-Week)
Killarney Athletic 0–0 Killarney Celtic
LB Rovers 3–0 Dingle Bay Rovers
Inter Kenmare 5 –2 Park
Killorglin 2-1 Listowel Celtic
12’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare B 0–2 Killarney Celtic B
Ballyhar 0–7 Killarney Athletic B
Camp Juniors 1–0 Park B
Listowel Celtic B 1–6 Tralee Dynamos B
Fenit 4–2 Mastergeeha A
12’s Division 2 South
Killorglin B 3-3 Mastergeeha B
Killarney Athletic C 4 –1 Killarney Celtic C
Inter Kenmare C 0–7 Iveragh United
12’s Division 2 North
LB Rovers 1–0 Dingle Bay Rovers
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier
Killarney Celtic 1–3 Killorglin
Mastergeeha 1–2 Inter Kenmare
Iveragh United 3–2 Park A
14’s Division 1
Killarney Celtic B 1–4 Killarney Athletic
14’s Division 2
Dingle Bay Rovers 8 –1 MEK
LB Rovers 3–0 Killarney Athletic
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Inter Kenmare 1–3 Ballyhar
Camp Juniors 3–1 Park A
Killorglin 8–3 Tralee Dynamos
16 Division 1
Fenit 4–4 Windmill United
Iveragh United 2–7 Listowel Celtic
Rattoo Rovers 3–1 Killarney Athletic
Mastergeeha 2–1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Girls League 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic Green 3–1 MEK Starz (Mid-week)
Killarney Celtic White 7-0 MEK Kickerz (Mid-week)
Killarney Celtic White 6–0 Camp Juniors
Match Reports:
Inter rock Wilton in Cork:
Inter Kenmare travelled to Cork in Round 3 of the Girls 14’s National Cup and put in one of the best performances by a Kerry girls’ team for a long time.
They are now into the Last 32 of the Cup thanks to a 4-3 win. But at half time a Kerry win did not look likely as the Cork side led 2-0.
However Chloe Cremin pulled one back right after half time and then Grace Foley equalised. Inter were then awarded a penalty which Foley struck home. Wilton were then awarded a penalty but this was missed. However inside the last 15 minutes of the game they did equalise.
But again the Inter Kenmare girls showed great character and they attacked and got their deserved winner with less than 5 minutes to go.
This win copper fastens the progress being made at underage girls soccer in the county.
Subway Inter League:
U13 North Tipperary 3 –2 Kerry
Kerry travelled to Newport to take on North Tipperary in an Inter League and Development game. The League uses these games to give all our ETP players the experience of playing with Kerry. Callum Cronin and Sean Doolan got the Kerry goals but they conceded a winner to the home side in the last minute.
The Development side drew 1-1 with Andrew Owens maintaining his good scoring run by getting the Kerry goal.
U15 Kerry 0-1Clare
Kerry bowed out of the Subway Inter League going down to a late goal against Clare in Listowel. The home side will be a little disappointed as they created a number of chances but didn’t take them.
Inter lead 12 Premier
Inter Kenmare top a very tight JK Sports 12 Premier thanks to their home win over Park. Goals from Jack Sweeney, Liam O’Sullivan, Neal O’Shea, Darragh Murphy and Dawiel Grebovic plus a great performace by keeper Danny O’Shea gave them all three points. Sam Slattery and Ryan O’Driscoll from the penalty spot were the Park’s scorers.
Killarney Athletic are in second place one point behind Inter after they drew 0-0 with Killarney Celtic.
LB Rovers are in third place after they took 4 points from their two games this week. In mid-week they drew 0-0 with Killorglin who are in fourth. L B Rovers then saw off Dingle Bay Rovers on Saturday thanks to Darragh Moriarty, Michael Houlihan and Daithi Keane Tyrell.
Killorglin will be happy with their 2-1 at home to Listowel Celtic. Aaron Doyle and Adam O’Neill got their goals with Dan Fischer replying for Listowel Celtic.
The two leaders in 12’s Division 1 remain unbeaten:
Fenit and Killarney Athletic B both made it 5 wins from 5 and remain tied at the top of the JK Sports 12’s Division 1.
Athletic B won away at Mort Scott Park defeating Ballyhar thanks to goals from Darragh Griffin 3, Luke Courtney, Ryan Brady, David Butler and Brian McCarthy.
Fenit had a hat-trick from Aaron Harty and a goal from Jayden Deady in their home win over Mastergeeha. Sean Cox and Sean Harnett scored for the Kilbrean side.
Tralee Dynamos are only three points behind the top two after their 6-1 away win over Listowel Celtic B. Christy Burke, Leon O’Connor and Naiobi got the Dynamso goals.
Camp Juniors are tied fourth on 9 points thanks to a Dylan Harrington goal to give them a 1-0 win at home to Park B.
Killarney Celtic B are also on 9 points after their win away at Inter B. Leon Bowler and Colm Janot got the Celtic goals.
Iveragh join MEK as unbeaten leaders of 12’s Division 2 South:
With leaders MEK not playing in JK Sports 12 Division 2 South Iveragh United took full opportunity of the chance to go 4 from 4 and go joint top of the table.
The South Kerry side saw off Inter Kenmare with goals from Daithi Sugrue, Mark O’Connor, Oisin O’Carroll, Alex Kelly and Zac Driscoll. While they were beaten Inter keeper Adam Noonan did everything he could to keep out the rampant Iveragh side.
Third placed Killorglin had to settle for a point in a 3-3 draw with Mastergeeha. Killorglin led 1-0 at the break with their goals coming from Rioghan O’Sullivan and James Jones. Conal McCarthy, Dylan Cronin and John Myers replied for Mastergeeha. Killorglin were thankful for keeper Eoin Keane who made a triple save in the last minute.
Killarney Athletic C will be happy with their first win in three defeating neighbours Killarney Celtic with scores from John O’Sullivan, Cillian Coffey and Gratsian Pawlek. Cillian Slattery replied for Celtic.
LB Rovers open 3 point lead in 12’s Division 2:
LB Rovers moved to the top of the JK Sports 12 Division 2 as they won the only game in the 12 Sports 12’s Division 2. There was only one goal in the game and it was Zach Walshe that got goal as LB just got the better of Dingle Bay Rovers.
Killarney Celtic White lead Girls 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic Whilte have opened a gap at the top of the 12 Girls Premier with two wins this week. On Saturday goals from Naoishe O’Donoghue, Amber McIndoe and Aine Fitzgerald saw them defeat Camp Juniors. In mid-week the same three players scored for Celtic White as did Abie Finnan, Eabha Lynch and Leah O’Grady in their win over MEK Kickerz.
Also in mid-week Killarney Celtic Green were 3-1 winners at home to MEK Starz. Jessica Leggate and Kate Ford got the Celtic goals while Ellen Moriarty got the MEK Starz goal.
Park joined at the top of 14 Premier:
In the battle of the top two Iveragh United defeated the Park to leave both sides tied at the top of the table. Goals from Ben Egan and Ben Dowling gave them the win with Darren Riordan in top form in goal. Dylan Hobbert and Tagor Silong got the Park’s goals.
Killarney Celtic remain in third but they were beaten at home by Killorglin who started much the better and were 3-0 up before Celtic pulled one back.
Inter Kenmare were 2-1 winners away at Mastergeeha with Darragh Carey and Yago Cornide scoring for the winners and Alan O’Leary replying for the home side.
Killarney Athletic go two from two and joint top in 14 Division 1:
In the Quills 14’s Division 1 Killarney Athletic won away at Celtic defeating the B’s 5-2. Alex Hennighan celebrated his continued Irish involvement hitting the next 3 times with Ryan McCarthy and Axel getting the others. Tyler Bolster and Jimmy McClain got the Celtic goals.
Three way tie at the top of the 16 Premier:
Three sides are level at the top of the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier. Killorglin took the points in their home game against Tralee Dynamos with Dylan Moriarty, Callum Russell, Cillian Burke, Tom Littleton, Cathal Crowley and Matt Reinsteirna on the score-sheet.
Ballyhar were 3-1 winners away at Inter with Hugh Walsh, Peter Cosgrave and Bernie Burke scoring. Tadgh O’Donoghue replied for the home side.
Camp are also unbeaten and level with the other two sides at the summit. Maurice and Caolan O’Connell got the goal for Camp Juniors.
Rattoo Rover 3 from 3 and top of 16’s Division 1:
North Kerry sides are in the top two spots in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1. Rattoo Rovers had goals from Darragh Quinlan, Gavin Parker and Sean O’Connor in their win over Killarney Athletic. Kian McGann replied for the Killarney side.
Listowel Celtic are in second place after they defeat Iveragh United away. Dylan Quinn was on fire hitting 5 added to be goals from Chris McQuaid and Tom Harte and Juan. Odhran O’Shea and Keith Brennan replied for the South Kerry side.
Mastergeeha were 2-1 winners at home to Dingle Bay Rovers thanks to Michael Sweeney and Brendan O’Leary with Cormac O’Cinneade replying for Dingle Bay.
Fenit and Windmill United played out an 8 goal thriller with the sides sharing the points. Danny Jeffers, Paddy Walsh and Eddie McCarthy 2 were on the mark for Fenit. Darragh Caplis and Thomas O’Sullivan shared the Windmill United goals.
Team of the Week:
Sean O’Sullivan
Killorglin 12’s
Will Leahy Daithi Keane Tyrell Alex Kelly Christopher Palmer
Park 12’s LB Rovers 12’s Iveragh United 12’s Ballyhar 16’s
Jayden Deary JJ O’Donogue Darren Allman Cillian Baker
Fenit 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Inter Kenmare 14’s Rattoo Rovers 16’s
Darragh Caplis Darragh Griffin
Windmill United 16’s Killarney Athletic 12’s
Girls Roll of Honours:
The Girls that impressed this week were Chloe Cremin and Grace Foley from Inter Kenmare, Emily Buckley, Izzy McGrath and Ali O’Sullivan from Inter Kenmare and Amber McIndoe, Naoise O’Donoghue and Leah O’Grady from Killarney Celtic.