Christmas Week Results and Other News

Christmas Week Results and League of Ireland Information

Happy Christmas to All:
Firstly on behalf of the MC of the Kerry Schoolboys Girls League I would like to wish everyone a Great Christmas and a Wonderful and Sportingly Successful 2019.
We would like to thank all those who made the League so successful in 2018 – players, League coaches, sponsors, parents, club committees and coaches and those in the SFAI and FAI.
These are exciting and changing times in our Beautiful Game and once we all work together and remember that the most important component is the player we will continue to develop our game.

2019 League of Ireland Start Dates:
U13’s Week Ending March 10th (Same as the u19’s / u17’s March 3rd)
U15’s Week Ending March 17th

Christmas Week Games:
Thanks to the Clubs who got games played this week – those that are behind must catch up, especially in the 13’s and 15’s Premier Divisions as these have to be finished before the League of Ireland squad is signed on January 31st. (We will look at a further competition for those players not with the LoI squad).
JK Sports 12’s
Camp Juniors B 2–6 Park C
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s
Premier
Killarney Celtic 3-1 Tralee Dynamos
Park 6-2 Killorglin
Division 1
Castleisland A 7-0 Killarney Celtic B
Division 2
Castleisland B 0-5 Park C
Killarney Plaza 15’s
Premier
Killarney Athletic 0-1 Killorglin
Division 1
Ballyheigue 2-4 Castleisland
Division 2
Killorglin B 0-3 LB Rovers
Park C go level at the top of the 12’s Division 2 North:
A 6-2 win by Park C away at Camp Juniors sees the Tralee side go joint top of the table, level with LB Rovers and with a game in hand. The Park C goals game from Adam O’Neill 3, Sean O’Neill, Michael Quirke and Michael O’Brien sees them move onto 15 points from their 6 games.
Killorglin stay on top of 13 Premier despite loss:
Killorglin are still out in front in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier despite losing to the Park. They are 6 points ahead of the other teams but now have two more games played.
In the encounter Andrew Kerins hit 4 for the Park with JJ Olitijan and Ciaran Kavanagh getting the other two while Stevie Gannon from the penalty spot and a goal from Ben Levy were Killorglins total.
Killarney Celtic are only 2 points off second after their 3-1 win at home to Tralee Dynamos. James Moynihan hit two in the first half for Celtic with Peter Doherty getting the goal in the second half. Shayne Stack replied for Dynamos equalising Moynihan’s first goal.
Castleisland go 5 from 5 in 13 Division 1
Castleisland move to the top of the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1 after they won their 5th game from 5 and they also have two games fewer played than the sides around them.
Goals from Finn Nolan 3, Jack O’Donoghue 2, Mint O’Connor and Kian Downey gave Castleisland the win at home to Celtic B on the new All Weather.
Park C increase their lead in 13 Division 2
The Park C are on 18 points from their 6 games and have a big lead at the top of the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 2. Two goals each from Max Nosidlak and Noah Carroll and one from Ronan Carroll saw them win away at Castlieland B in mid-week.
Killorglin unbeaten in 5 in 15 Premier
In the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier Killorglin have won their 5th game in a row and extend their lead in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier. They were pushed all the way by Killarney Athletic with the only goal of the game going to Killorglin’s Tom Whittleton in the second half.
Castleisland go top of 15 Division 1
Played on the KDL astro pitch Castleisland’s 4-2 win over Ballyheigue sees them move too points clear from at the top of the 15’s Division 1. Their goals came from Alex Kepp, Ryan Dennehy, Freddie Galway and Evan Murphy while Eric Walsh and Felim O’Sullivan replied for Ballyheigue .
LB Rovers in joint second in 15 Division 2
LB Rovers 3-0 win over Killorglin B sees them into joint second place in the 15’s Division 2 and are just three points behind MEK but they have a game in hand. In a tight Division Listowel Celtic arew also on 13 points in joint second but they have only 6 games played compared to 7 for LB Rovers and 8 for MEK.