Cup and League Action on Election Weekend

Clear winners on election weekend!

15’s National Cup Last 16:

Nenagh 1-1 Park AET

Park win 4-3 on penalties.

Girls Results:

12’s Girls Cup Semi-finals:

Killarney Celtic 0-1 Inter Kenmare

Listowel Celtic 8-0 Killarney Athletic

Foundation Sports 14 Girls Premier:

Listowel Celtic 3-2 Iveragh United.

Boy’s Cup Results:

John Murphy 12’s Cup Last 16:

Killarney Celtic C 8-2 Tralee Dynamos B

Killarney Celtic B 1-6 Park B

Listowel Celtic A 3-0 Camp Juniors

Killarney Celtic A 2-0 Castleisland

Tralee Dynamos A 1-0 Killorglin B

John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup:

Killarney Celtic 6-0 Iveragh United.

Tom Hayes 14’s Cup Last 16:

Ballyheigue 1-0 Park B

Ballyhar 7-0 Park C.

League Results:

JK Sports 12’s:

Division 2: Killarney Athletic B 0-4 Listowel Celtic B

Division 3: MEK 4-0 Fenit

                 Dingle Bay Rovers 4-0 LB Rovers

Foundation Sports 14’s:

Premier: Listowel Celtic A 4-2 Tralee Dynamos

               Killarney Athletic 2-1 Killorglin

Division 1: Inter Kenmare 4-2 Mastergeeha

                   Iveragh United 7-2 Dingle Bay Rovers

Division 2 Shield: St Bernards 0-2 Camp Juniors

Tralee Trophy World 16’s

Premier:

Tralee Dynamos 0-4 Listowel Celtic

Inter Kenmare 3-1 Castleisland

Division 1:

Camp Juniors 6-2 Asdee

Killarney Athletic 7-1 Killorglin

Killarney Celtic B 2-4 Park B

Inter League:

13’s Clare 2-1 Kerry

14’s Limerick District 0-2 Kerry.

Reports:

Park march on in 15’s National Cup:

The Park’s great run in the National Cup continues as they are into the Last 8 following a very hard fought away win against Nenagh. The Tralee side were 1-0 up at half time thanks to a JR Tishikato penalty. Nenagh equalised in the second half to send the game into extra time. There was no further scores so it went to spot kicks to decide.

Here it was the Park’s keeper Conor Hayes who became the hero saving three of Nenagh’s penalties. Successful for the Park were Jordan Barry, JR Tishikato, James Rusk and Sean McGrath and this saw them progress to the ¼ finals. Next up is a trip to St Kevin’s Boys for the Park.

Inter and Listowel Celtic to contest 12 Girl’s Cup Final:

Inter Kenmare and Listowel Celtic have qualified for the final of the 12’s Girls Cup. The only goal in the game between Killarney Celtic and Inter Kenmare came from Inter’s excellent Chloe Cremin who was set up by the player of the match Molly Bambhur.

Listowel Celtic had an easier pathway to the decider thanks to goals from Kiera Large, Katie Keane, Ella Buckley and Megan Large as they knocked out Killarney Athletic.

John Murphy 12’s Cup Last 16:

5 places in the Last 8 of the John Murphy 12’s Cup have now been filled after the weekend’s games. The Park B were the first game through as they beat Killarney Celtic B 6-1 under lights in Celtic Park. Luke O’Connell, Sean O’Connell, Mark Sheehan, Kieran O’Connor and Conor Kirby got the Park’s goals.

Killarney Celtic C defeated Tralee Dynamos 8-2 but the game was much tighter than the score line suggests. Celtic were only 2-1 up at the break but dominated the second half. Kalvin and Jack O’Sullivan, Robert Brooks, Cathal Kelly, Timothy McClain and Luke O’Neill were the Celtic scorers.

Listowel Celtic A knocked out Camp Juniors while Killarney Celtic A are also into the next round following a 2-0 win over Castleisland. Patrick Lyons and Darren Ryan got the Celtic goals.

An Alex Hoare penalty was enough for Tralee Dynamos to progress past Killorglin B.

Celtic through in 13’s Cup:

There was one game in the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup with Killarney Celtic going through against Iveragh United. Cian Doe, Cian McMahon, Ronan Coffey, Daniel Okute and William Shine got the Celtic goals.

Tom Hayes 14’s Cup:

A Jordan Goggin goal was the only score in the game that saw Ballyheigue defeat Park B 1-0 to progress to the Last 8. Ballyhar were too strong for the Park C thanks to goals from Seamus Nagle, Darragh Brosnan, Craig Boyle, Jason Brennan, Conor Henderson, Cian Ring and Danny Cronin.

League Results:

Listowel Celtic B up to 2nd in 12’s Division 2:

A 4-0 for Listowel Celtic B over Killarney Celtic B sees them move up to second place in the table. Jack Carthy put Listowel Celtic B ahead after 5 minutes with Chris McQuaid doubling their lead before the break. Tony Boland and Rory Mahon added second half goals for the winners.

MEK’s 12 make club history:

Newcomers to the League MEK (Mid and East Kerry) were delighted to get their first win as a club when their u12’s defeated Fenit 4-0. Bailey O’Sullivan 2, Eddie Moroney and Leo Healy are the goal scorers that will go into MEK’s roll of honour.

Dingle Bay Rovers extended their lead at the top of the table to 6 points, but with 2 games more played than the chasers, following their 4-0 win over LB Rovers. Kieran Bambury, Cormac O’Cinneide, Robbie Sheehy and James Hoare were the scorers.

Listowel Celtic 14’s Girls go top:

Listowel Celtic 14’s Girls are now top of the table on their own after their third win in three games. Jade Harkin got 2 and Aoife Horgan the other goal in a 3-2 win over Iveragh United.  

Killarney Athletic up to 2nd in 14 Premier:

Killarney Athletic have moved into second place in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier, just 3 behind The Park, after a 2-1 win over Killorglin. Emmet Finnan and Eoghan O’Sullivan got their goals.

2 goals from Mikey Nolan and one each from Ted Moloney and Cian Clancy saw Listowel Celtic take the points in a 4-2 win over Tralee Dynamos who replied through Sean Kennedy and Philip Evans. Listowel Celtic are now joint 3rd with Killarney Celtic.

Dingle Bay continue to lead the way in 14 Division 1:

Leaders Dingle Bay Rovers extended their lead to 4 points at the top of the 14’s Division 1 as they proved too strong for Iveragh United. Dylan Geaney, Dara Begley, Cathal O’Muircheartaigh and Mark Manning scored for Dingle Bay. Cian Murphy was on the mark for Iveragh.

Inter Kenmare will be happy with getting 3 points on the board following a 4-2 win over Mastergeeha. Darren Lehane and Darragh Cashman were the Kilbrean sides scorers.

Camp Juniors level in tight 14 Division 2 Shield:

The 14’s Division 2 division has been split into 2 sections. In the top section, the Shield, Camp Juniors are now level at the top with the Park and both sides are unbeaten in 6 games. Camp Juniors latest win came following a 2-0 victory over St Bernards. Adam O’’Donnell and Maurice O’Connell got the goals.

Listowel Celtic win mid table battle in 16 Premier:

Goals from Cristobel Montes, Devon McKenna and Darragh O’Donoghue saw Listowel Celtic move into third in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier after a 4-0 win over Tralee Dynamos. Inter Kenmare defeated Castleisland 3-1 following goals from Dan McCarthy 2 and an og.

Killarney Athletic got top of 16’s Division 1:

Killarney Athletic have moved 1 point ahead of Mastergeeha at the top of the 16’s Division 1. They had goals from Fionnbarr Hickey, Jason Coffey, Keith Suter, Mark Fennell and Caomhain Boyne in their win over Killorglin.

Park B are into 3rd after they were 4-2 winners away to Killarney Celtic B. David Oba did most of the damage netting 3 with his first inside the opening minutes of the game. Conor Higgins got the other goal.

Camp Juniors win sees them move within a point of 3rd place. They were 6-2 winners over Asdee on the Mounthawk All Weather. Jack Farrell, James Ashe and Killian Falvey were the Camp scorers.

Inter League:

In the Inter Leagues Kerry went down 2-1 away to Clare in the 13’s competition. The 14’s continued their build-up to the Kennedy Cup with a 3 match friendly away to Limerick District. In the opening game Kerry were 2-0 winners with goals coming from Sean McGrath and Jack O’Connor. The second game ended 0-0 and Kerry went down 0-1 in the third game.

International success continues for Kerry players:

This is a very exciting time for Kerry players on the international stage. Shane McLoughlin has signed a new contract with Ipswich Town. Rian O’Sullivan (Rep of Ireland u17’s) and Jesse Stafford Lacey (Irish Schools u18’s) will pull on the green in the coming weeks.

Now Savanna McCarthy, who is now playing professionally with Glasgow City, has been named on the Irish Senior Women’s team for the Cyprus Cup. Ireland are in a Group with Austria, Italy and Hungary.

Team of the Week:

                                                               Conor Hayes

                                                                   Park 16’s

   Darragh Cashman                   Daniel Fitzpatrick           David Costello                 Sami Rrammi

   Mastergeeha 14’s                 Inter Kenmare 16’s       Camp Juniors 14’s         Tralee Dynamos 16’s

Cillian Horgan                         Sennan O’Leary               Jordan Goggin                   Dylan Geaney

   LB Rovers 12’s                     Killarney Celtic 12’s           Ballyheigue 14’s             Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s

                                                 Cristobel Montes                     Ruairi O’Keeffe

                                                 Listowel Celtic 16’s             Killarney Athletic 16’s