Two sides progress in the 13’s Cup:
13’s Cup:
Killorglin A 0-1 Killarney Celtic
Camp 6-4 Killarney Athletic.
JK Sports 12 Division 1:
Killarney Athletic 1-7 Kingdom Boys
Fenit 7-2 Park C
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1:
Ballyhar 1-3 Listowel Celtic B
Killarney Celtic B 1-2 Inter Kenmare
13 Division 2:
Park B 1 – 1 Killorglin B
Killarney Celtic C 2-1 Fenit
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Park 3-2 Kingdom Boys
Castleisland 1-4 Killarney Celtic A
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Listowel Celtic 1-4 Kingdom Boys
Mastergeeha 1-2 Killarney Celtic A
15 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare 2-0 Asdee
Park B 2-6 Ballyhar
Tralee Trophy World 16 Plate:
Park C 1-3 Castleisland
There was one back game in the 13’s Cup first round and it is Killarney Celtic that move into the last 16 after a 1-0 win away to Killorglin. Ryan Kelliher got the Celtic goal in a game where Darren Dineen and Mark Kelliher were outstanding. Killarney Celtic will meet Ballyhar at Celtic Park for a place in the last 8. Sean Corcoran and Conor Burke had big games for Killorglin while Alex O’Connor in goal did very well to keep his side in touch while Gar Hassett went very close to getting an equaliser in the last minute.
A round ahead and there was a cracker in Camp. The home side, top of Division 2 defeated Killarney Athletic, the leaders in Division after a goal-fest. It ended 6-4 to Camp with the goals coming from a Christopher Keane hat trick plus a goal each from Killian Falvey, Jack Farrell and Ruaidhri Begley. Tadgh Doolan scored twice for Athleitc with Seamus Gallagher and Eamon Long getting the others.
Camp joins Killarney Celtic B, Park A, Listowel Celtic A and C and Mastergeeha who are all through to the last eight.
Christy Leahy Invitational u11’s Tournament:
8 teams – Kingdom Boys, Killarney Celtic A & B, Listowel Celtic, Killlorglin, Camp and the A & B side from the host The Park enjoyed a great day of soccer at Christy Leahy Park in front of the legend himself. And Christy had to wait a while to present the Cup, named in his honour as the final went to penalties. Killorglin were 2-0 up but Listowel Celtic drew level. However it was Killorglin that took the winners medals after the shoot-out.
The Plate section was named in honour of another Kerry and Park soccer legend John Joe Naughton will have been watching from the grandstand in the sky. This game also ended 2 all after extra time with The Park taking the trophy the short distance to the trophy cabinet as they just go past Killarney Celtic Greens after the spot kicks.
The youngest Blitz:
8 teams of our 7’s and 8’s were in action in non competitive blitz’s in Listowel Celtic and Killarney Celtic. All eight teams really enjoyed their day with the North Kerry hosts welcoming Camp, Park and Asdee and Killarney Celtic hosting Inter Kenmare, Killarney Athletic and Mastergeeha.
Moriarty’s 11’s
In the Moriarty’s Centra 11’s Camp B just got the better of Ballyhar.
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Leaders Kingdom Boys were too strong for Killarney Athletic and with a Sean Kennedy hat trick, Pa Keane double and one each from Leo Gaxha and Sonay Rramani.
12 Division 1:
Fenit were big winners over Park B in a mid-week encounter. Oisin Horgan hit 3, Eddie McCarthy 2 and both Dara Hennessy and Conor Lenihan one each.
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare have moved to the top of this Division thanks to two Boki Nikic goals. They have played more games than the sides around them but have the points in the bag.
Listowel Celtic B made the trip to Murt Scott Park a winning one. They defeated Ballyhar 3-1 with Cian McGrath getting 2 and Liam Guiney getting the third direct from a corner. Dylan Callaghan got the Ballyhar consolation.
13 Division 2:
Killarney Celtic C closed the gap on the sides above them following a 2-1 win over Fenit. Lorcan Martin and Jack McCarthy got the goals for Celtic with Gene Donnellan replying for Fenit.
The late kick off had joint second placed Park B taking on Killorglin and it ended with the points being shared. Mark Dziedziuch got the goal for the Tralee side with Tim O’Shea netting for Killorglin.
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
After 25 minutes The Park were afraid that lightening was going to strike twice in two weeks and for the second game in a row they had blown a 2-0 lead. However in this game they managed to get the winner thanks to Thomas Burke. For the first 10 minutes it was all The Park and they were 2-0 up after 8 minutes. Conor Higgans got the first in the 5th minute and Sean Looney doubled the Park’s lead 2 minutes later.
However this is a very honest, not to mind skilful Kingdom Boys team and they were level late in the second half. A Dara Lowth penalty was added to by a goal from Dillon Robinson to level matters. But unlike last week when The Park let the points slip they got the 3 here and move onto 18 from 10 games. However Kingdom Boys are still favourites as they remain on 17 from 8 player.
Killarney Celtic defeated Castleisland in a mid-week encounter in this division. Sean Doherty, Ryan Kelliher, Micheal Devlin and Javier Herardia got the goals. Eoin Donnellan replied for Castleisland.
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic wrapped up the title with their 8 unbeaten League game. They were pushed all the way by Mastergeeha for whom David Twomey scored. However it was another David who ensured the points went to Celtic as David Clifford scored both goals.
15 Division 1:
Ballyhar are now unbeaten in their 8 League games and have closed the gap to leaders Camp to 3 points and they still have 3 games in hand. They were 6-2 winners over Park B. In the other game Inter Kenmare kept the points in at home after a 2-0 win over Asdee.
Tralee Trophy World 16 Plate:
Leaders Castleisland took another step towards this title with a 3-1 win over Park C. Sean O’Donoghue, TJ O’Connor and John McMahon were the goal scorers.
Team of the Week:
Adam Kelly
Killarney Celtic 13’s
Timmy Murphy Brian Friel Jamsie Lynch John Ward
Inter Kenmare 13’s Mastergeeha 15’s Fenit 13’s Park 14’s
Sean O’Donoghue David Clifford Diarmuid O’Hara Leo Gaxha
Castleisland 16’s Killarney Celtic 15’s Camp 13’s Kingdom Boys 12’s
Eddie Rodgers Cian McGrath
Kingdom Boys 15’s Listowel Celtic 13’s