Semi-final pairings in Cup and Shield known:
John Murphy 12’s Cup ¼ Final:
Listowel Celtic A 0-1 Park A
John Murphy 12’s Shield ¼ Final:
Mastergeeha B 1 -3 Camp Juniors B
John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup ¼ Final:
Listowel Celtic 0-0 Ballyhar AET
Ballyhar win 3-1 on penalties.
John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield:
Killarney Celtic B 0-2 Ballyheigue
Mastergeeha 6 -1 Killarney Celtic C
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup ¼ Final:
Camp Juniors 7-1 Park B
15’s Cup ¼ Final:
Listowel Celtic 2-2 Park A AET
Park win 3-4 on penalties.
15’s Shield ¼ Final:
Inter Kenmare 1-0 Killarney Celtic B
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup ¼ Final:
Tralee Dynamos 4-0 Listowel Celtic
Mastergeeha 0 -3 Killorglin
Munster WFAI Girls 14’s Shield:
Killarney Celtic 2- 0 Kilcolman
Munster WFAI Girls 16’s Cup
Dungarvan 3-2 Dungarvan
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Listowel Celtic 6 – 1 Camp Juniors
13 Division 1:
Killorglin 3-0 Killarney Celtic B
13 Division 2:
Listowel Celtic 0-3 Castleisland
St Bernards 1 – 5 Dingle Bay Rovers
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Park A 6-0 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1:
Park B 2-0 Killarney Celtic C
Castleisland 2-0 Killarney Athletic
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 3-0 Mastergeeha
Tralee Trophy 16 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare 0-2 Camp Juniors
Park A 0-1 Fenit
School Holidays mean busy week on the soccer fields:
There were still a number of positions in the Cup and Shield semi-finals to be decided in what was a busy week and weekend.
John Murphy 12’s Cup and Shield:
John Murphy 12’s ¼ Cup final: One goal from Cian Brosnan was enough to send The Park into the semi-final. Listowel Celtic will be disappointed as they missed two first half penalties.
In the Shield ¼ Final Camp Juniors made the trip to Kilbrean Park a winning one on a 3-1 score-line. Mark O’Shea scored for Mastergeeha but it was the goals from Michael Carey 2, and Jade Larkin that sees Camp Juniors progress.
New name on the 13’s Cup and Shield: The League is delighted to be able to honour the memory of the late John Joe Naughton as the 13’s Cup and Shield is now named in memory of the St Brendan’s Park stalwart.
In the Cup quarter final Listowel Celtic and Ballyhar could not be separated in normal or extra time. However it was the visitors from Murt Scott Park who kept their nerve in the penalty shoot-out. Danny Cronin, Jason Brennan and Dylan Callaghan were all successful from the spot with goalkeeper Cian Ring saving 2 Celtic’s penalties.
In the Shield goals from Thomas Gaynor and Jordan Goggin saw Ballyheigue progressing to the Shield semi-final after a 2-0 away win over Killarney Celtic B.
Mastergeeha were too strong for Killarney Celtic C and booked their place in the semi-finals thanks to a 6-1 win. It was a game of two halves as Celtic played with the wind and were 1 up at the break. However Mastergeeha took over in the second half and goals from Con Fleming, who hit a hat trick, with Shane Warren, Darren Lehane and Nathan McCarthy all getting one each to see them through.
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup ¼ Final:
Camp Juniors took the final place in the Tom Hayes 14’S Cup semi-final as they proved too strong for Park B. Colm Moriarty, Jack Farrell, Killian Falvey, Sean Og Moran an and Conor O’Brien were all on the score-sheet. Mark Dziedziuch replied for the Park.
Action in 15’s Cup and Shield:
In the 15’s Cup ¼ final Listowel Celtic and The Park tied 2 all after extra time. Michael Slattery got both goals for the Park. Jack Kelly and Michael Kennedy got the goals for Listowel Celtic. In the penalty shoot-out The Park won 4-3 with Park goalkeeper Thomas Burke proving to be the hero.
In the 15’s Shield a Tom Murnane goal was all that separated Inter Kenmare and Killarney Celtic B send the home side into the semi-finals.
Dynamos and Killorglin into Tucker Kelly semi-final:
Tralee Dynamos are into the Tucker Kelly semi-final thanks to a 4-0 win over Listowel Celtic. Dara Goulding, Dillon Robinson and Odhran Liston were the Dynamos scorers.
Killorglin saw off Mastergeeha 3-0 in Kilbrean Park to also book their place in the last 4. Kane Bradley, Darragh O’Sullivan and Mark O’Connor were the scorers.
Celtic Girls progress in Munster:
In the MWFAI 14 Girl’s Shield Killarney Celtic defeated Kilcolman 2-0 in Celtic Park to progress to the semi-finals where they will be at home to Askeaton or Kilcornan. Anna Clifford was the Celtic hero getting both goals.
Killarney Celtic’s 16 girls were away to Dungarvan and qualified for the 16’s semi-final with a 3-2 win. Kate Stack and Hannah O’Donoghue 2 were the Celtic scorers. They will be at home in the last 4 to either Douglas Hall or Tramore.
Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:
With their season coming to an end there were wins in Group 1 for Listowel Celtic and Killorglin over Killarney Celtic A and Park A respectively. In Group 2 Killarney Celtic B just pipped Listowel Celtic B while in Group 3 Inter Kenmare and Killarney Athletic drew.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s :
Listowel Celtic win sole Premier game:
Listowel Celtic closed the gap on the sides above them as they proved too strong for Camp Juniors. Robert Foley 2, Michael Nolan, Ted Moloney, Tadgh O’Carroll and Bernard O’Connor were the Celtic scorers.
Outside the Premier:
Killorglin defeated Killarney Celtic B 3-0 in the only game played in the 13’s Division 1 while a Connie O’Connor hat trick saw Castleisland take all 3 points in the 13’s Division 2.
On Sunday Dingle Bay moved joint top of the Shield with a 5-1 away win over St Bernard’s. Dylan Geaney and Dara O’Beaglaoigh both scored 2 each with Aodhan O’Dubhain getting the other. Dingle Bay are now level with Ballyheigue at the summit.
Park take the points in 14 Premier:
There was one game in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier and it saw The Park take the points with a win over Listowel Celtic at Christy Leahy Park. Mervin Shalamba, Junior Bio, Sean McGrath, JR Tshikato and Alfie Christie were the scorers.
Wins for Park B and Castleisland in 15 Division 1:
Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1 leaders Castleisland were 2-0 winners over Killarney Athletic thanks to Sean Brosnan who got both goals. Aaron Ward and Dan O’Rourke were enough to give the Park B the points in a 2-0 win over Killarney Celtic.
Celtic close gap on Dynamos in 16 Premier:
Killarney Celtic remain unbeaten in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier thanks to a 3-0 win over Mastergeeha. Celtic remain in second place but close the gap on leaders Dynamos.
Away wins in Division 1:
Table toppers Camp Juniors Jimmy O’Grady scored the only two goals of the game as his side won 2-0 away to Inter Kenmare. Chris Murphy scored the only goal as Fenit won away at Park A.
Team of the Week:
Ted Moloney Robert Foley Padraig Aherne
Listowel Celtic 13’s Listowel Celtic 14’s Killorglin 16’s
Darragh Gallagher Jordan Goggin Dillon Robinson Junior Bio
Camp Juniors 14’s Ballyhar 13’s Tralee Dynamos 16’s Park 14’s
Chris Murphy Sean Brosnan Conn Fleming
Fenit 16’s Castleisland 15’s Mastergeeha 13’s