Champions crowned and Cup & Shield Finals place booked:

Cup and Shield Action:

John Murphy 12’s Cup semi-final:

Park A 3-0 Inter Kenmare

John Murphy 12’s Shield Semi-final:

Camp Juniors 0-2 Park B

John Joe Naughton 13 Shield ¼ Final:

Killarney Athletic 6-1 Park B

14 Girls Cup Semi-final:

Killarney Celtic 0-5 Listowel Celtic

Tom Hayes 14’s Cup semi –final:

Camp Juniors 5-4 Tralee Dynamos AET

Tom Hayes 14’s Shield Semi-final:

Killarney Celtic 1-1 Inter Kenmare AET

Celtic win 6-5 on pens.

Listowel Celtic C 3-2 St Bernards

Tucker Kelly Cup semi-final:

Tralee Dynamos 3-0 Camp Juniors

Killorglin 1-1 Killarney Celtic A

Celtic win 5-3 on penalties.

Tucker Kelly 16 Shield:

Iveragh 1-5 Park

League Reports:

JK Sports 12 Premier

Tralee Dynamos 0-3 Camp Juniors

Listowel Celtic 0-3 Killorglin

12 Division 1:

Killorglin B 0- 3 Mastergehea

Killarney Celtic B 1-1 Killarney Athletic

12 Division 2:

Park C 3-0 Asdee

12 Girls Premier:

Killarney Celtic 0-6 Listowel Celtic

Foundation Sports 14’s Plate

Killarney Celtic C 5-2 Killarney Celtic B.

Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:

Park A 2-1 Killarney Celtic

15 Division 1:

Castleisland 1-0 Inter Kenmare

Killarney Celtic B 0-3 Killorglin

Killarney Celtic C 0-3 Killarney Athletic

Reports:

Good Day for Park in John Murphy action:

In the John Murphy Cup St Brendan’s Park defeated Inter Kenmare 3-1 thanks to goals from David Fiado, Jamie Fitzgerald, with a classic back heel and John O’Connor. They will meet either Killarney Celtic or Camp Juniors in the final.

The Park will also be represented in the Shield semi-final as the B’s defeated Camp Juniors 2-0. Matt Healy and David Callaghan got the goals.

Athletic into 13’s Shield semi final:

Killarney Athletic booked their place in the John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield semi-finals with a 6-1 win over Park B. Goals from Owen Benson 2, Eoghan O’Sullivan, Robert O’Shea, Emmet Finnan and Damien Switzer saw Athletic through to the Last 4 where they will meet Mastergeeha. Ballyheigue await the winners in the final.

5 Star Aoife puts Celtic through:

Listowel Celtic’s ability to produce top quality female soccer players continues with Aoife Horgan having another great season. She hit all 5 goals as her Celtic beat Killarney Celtic in the 14 Girls semi-final. Listowel Celtic will play Killarney Athletic in the decider.

Camp Juniors make history in 14’s Cup:

In the Tom Hayes 14’s Cup semi-final Camp Juniors and Tralee Dynamos played out a 9 goal thriller with the sides level at 4 all after full time. In extra time there was only 1 goals and it Camp Juniors. This was the clubs first time getting to a Cup Final and now they await the winner of the other semi-final between Killorglin and The Park to see who they meet in the final, which will be a big day for the club. Jack Farrell 2 and one each from Killian Falvey and Colm Moriarty plus an og saw Camp through while for Dynamos David Rogers hit 3 and Cody Dauti the 4th.

Clash of the C’s in the Shield:

The Shields were introduced to give teams outside the big sides their day in the sun and the Tom Hayse 14’s Shield final will certainly provide this as Killarney Celtic C face Listowel Celtic C. The Killarney were first through as they won a nail biter against Inter Kenmare 6-5 on penalties in mid-week. The game finished 1 all after extra time.

Listowel Celtic C and St Bernard’s are vying for League honours and so there was never going to be much between them in their Cup semi-final. And so it proved in a 5 goal thriller. Aaron Malik and Oisin Maunsell scored for the Saints but goals from Ted Moloney, Michael Nolan and Andrew Murphy saw Listowel Celtic take their place in the final.

Dynamos and Celtic in Tucker Kelly decider:

Two sides that know each other well will contest the Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup final. Tralee Dynamos were first to book their place as they defeated Camp Juniors 3-0. Rian O’Sullivan and Dillon Robinson were the socrers.

Killarney Celtic and Killorglin needed penalties to separate them in the second semi-final. Michael Potts put Celtic ahead before Ciaran Kennedy equalised for Killorglin. Onto penalties and Celtic hit all five with Niall O’Donoghue, Mark Harnett, David Clifford, Lorcan Monagle and Michael Potts scoring. For Killorglin Cian Bradley, Conor Standen, Gary Mathews and Ciaran Kennedy were the scorers for the unlucky losing side.

Park into Shield decider:

The Park made the trip to South Kerry a winning one in the Tucker Kelly 16’s semi-final. Thomas Burke scored twice with Ciaran Killeen, Dylan O’Sullivan and Aaron Ward all getting one each. Pierce McGill replied for Iveragh United. Ballyhar and Fenit will meet to see who plays The Park.

League Report:

Blitz fun for the youngsters:

Killarney Celtic hosted the latest in the series of Blitz for our under 7’s and 8’s with the home side welcoming Killarney Athletic, Mastergeeha and Inter Kenmare for a very enjoyable round of games.

Away wins in 12 Premier:

In the JK Sports 12 Premier there was success for the away sides. Camp Juniors came into Tralee and defeated Dynamos 3-0 with Conor O’Leary 2 and Maurice O’Connell the scorers.

Killorglin went North Kerry and brought the points home with a 3-0 win at Listowel Celtic. Dara Callan took home the ball after his hat trick!

3rd placed Mastergeeha win in Division 1:

Third placed Mastergeeha were the highest placed team in action and added three points to their total as goals from Brendan O’Leary 2 and Sean O’Leary gave them a 3-0 win over Killorglin B.

Killarney Celtic B and Killarney Athletic shared the points following a 1 all draw at Celtic Park. Rossa Bellew scored for the visitors with Barney Parsons getting the goal for the home side.

Park get points in Division 2:

St Brendan’s Park took the points on a 3-0 score-line in the only game in the JK Sports 12 Division 2.

Aoife Scores Again:

Leaders Listowel Celtic were 6-0 winners over second placed Killarney Celtic in the 12 Girls Premeir where Aoife Horgan was the difference. She hit 5 and Katie Keane the other goal.

C’s beat B’s in 14’s Plate:

In the Foundation Sports 14’s Plate the Killarney Celtic C’s took advantage of the B’s missing a few players to record a 5-2 win. Aidan Dinnen 2, David McCarthy, James Darmody and Liam Crowley were the scorers for the successful C’s.

Park 15’s Champs:

In the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier The Park had a close fought 2-1 win over Killarney Celtic to take the Premier title. Michael Slattery and Gearoid Fitzgerald got the goals for The Park with Ian McGillicuddy replying from the penalty spot for Celtic.

Lots of action on 15’s Division 1:

A Ben Cooney was enough to see Castleisland move to the top of the Killarney Plaza 15’s Division 1 as they defeated Inter Kenmare 1-0. Both Killarney Celtic sides lost 3-0 with the B’s going down away to Killorglin and the C’s away to Athletic.

15 Division 1:

Castleisland 1-0 Inter Kenmare

Killarney Celtic B 0-3 Killorglin

Killarney Celtic C 0-3 Killarney Athletic

Team of the Week:

                                                                       Jack O’Grady

                                                                         Killorglin 15’s

   Mark Casey                          Dara Devine                             Ted Moloney                         Mike Doyle

Inter Kenmare 12’s           Tralee Dynamos 16’s                 Listowel Celtic 13’s           Killarney Celtic 15’s

     Cian Foley                        Rossa Bellew                                 Jamie Fitzgerald             Colin Looney

Mastergeeha 12’s             Killarney Athletic 12’s                             Park 12’s               Castleisland 15’s

                                              Conor O’Leary                               Dara Callen

                                             Camp Juniors 12’s                         Killorglin 12’s