Week Ending May 20th 2018 Results and Report
Battling performance earns Kerry 15’s a point:
Cork City 0-0 Kerry
Kerry 15’s made the trip to Cork to take on the table toppers and unbeaten City side who are on 16 points from their 6 games.
And the visitors will be delighted to have come away with a well- deserved point following an excellent display.
Kerry keeper Jack McGillicuddy did have to make two very good saves to keep the game scoreless but over the 80 minutes Kerry’s work rate and discipline saw them get their reward.
Kerry are away to Cobh Ramblers this Sunday in their final game before the summer break.
Cups and Shield’s:
John Murphy 12 Shield ¼ Final
MEK 2–2 Ballyhar B AET
Ballyhar B win 6-5 on pens
Mastergeeha 4–1 Inter Kenmare
12 Girls Cup Semi Final
Inter Kemare White 0–4 Camp Juniors
John Joe Naughton 13 Cup semi-finals
Listowel Celtic 3–4 Killarney Celtic
Killorglin 3–0 Killarney Athletic
John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield ¼ Finals
Tralee Dynamos B 6-1 Park B
Killarney Athletic 1-2 Fenit
Camp Juniors 1–3 Killarney Celtic C
LB Rovers 1–3 Dingle Bay Rovers
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup ¼ Final
Fenit 7–1 Ballyhar
Tom Hayes 14’sShield ¼ Final
Killorglin B 3–2 Ballyheigue
Healy Family 15’s Cup semi-finals
Mastergeeha 0–5 Killarney Celticv
Inter Kenmare 2–4 Park
Healy Family 15 Shield ¼ Final
Killorglin B 5-1 Fenit
Park B 2-6 Killarney Athletic
Tucker Kelly 16 Shield semi-final
Iveragh United 1–2 Mastergeeha
JK Sports 12 Premier
Killorglin 1-0 Killarney Celtic
12 Premier B
Inter Kenmare 3-0 Iveragh United
12 Division 1
Killorglin B 2-7 Listowel Celtic A
12 Division 2A
MEK 5-3 Mastergeeha
12 Division 2 B
Park B 3-6 Killorglin C
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s
Killorglin 5-1 Killarney Athletic
Park A 4–0 Mastergeeha
Killarney Celtic B 0–8 Inter Kenmare
Fenit 6–0 Mastergeeha B
Killarney Athletic B 1-2 Fenit
Quills Woollen Mills 14
Park 5-1 Killarney Celtic A
Fenit 1-1 MEK
Iveragh United 1-1 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Mastergeeha 1-4 Killorglin
Cup final and Shield semi-final places decided:
Cups and Shield’s:
Two semi-final places taken in the 12’s Shield:
Mastergeeha are through to the John Murphy 12 Shield semi-final after a 4-1 win over Inter Kenmare. Aaron Buckley, John Hughes, Danny Coffey and Liam Horgan got the Mastergeeha goals with Donnacha O’Sullivan scoring for Inter.
It was much closer with Ballyhar B needing penalties to get past MEK. James Clifford and Eanna Murphy were on the mark for MEK but it was not enough to see them through. Aaron O’Sullivan got both goals for Ballyhar B and they just held their nerve to go through after spot kicks.
Camp Juniors v Killarney Celtic in 12 Girls Cup final:
Camp Juniors were 4-0 winners over Inter Kenmare thanks to goals from Suivi O’Connor, Tirana Murphy, Tara Ryan and Siun Fitzgibbon to book their place in the 12 Girls Cup final. Eabha Lyne and Orla Murphy were also in fine form for Camp Juniors. They will now face Killarney Celtic Green in the Cup final.
Killarney Celtic and Killorglin to contest 13’s Cup Final:
The first semi-final of the John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield was a cracker with Killarney Celtic just winning by the odd goal in seven away at Listowel Celtic. The game was tied at 1-1 at the break. Listowel Celtic’s goals came from Pat Mulvihill, Oisin Healy and Shane O’Sullivan. Robert Brookes was the hero for Killarney Celtic as they march into the Cup final. Celtic will be joined in the final by Killorglin who were 3-0 winner over Killarney Athletic.
Semi-final places sorted in 13’s Shield:
In the drum for the semi-final of the John Joe Naughton semi-final draw will be Tralee Dynamos B, Fenit, Killarney Celtic C and Dingle Bay Rovers.
Tralee Dynamos B were 6-2 winners over Park B. For Tralee Dynamos Tom Quilligan got 2 with Gearoid O’Shea, Evan Quilligan, Rory Clifford and Cody O’Brien all getting one each.
Fenit defeated Killarney Athletic B 2-1 thanks to goals from Paddy Falvey and Donnagh Murphy. Dingle Bay Rovers saw off LB Rovers 3-1. The goals for the West Kerry side came from James Hoare, Cathal Farrell and Max Kennedy. Mikey Dunworth got on the mask for MEK.
Killarney Celtic C had goals from Jamie Moynihan, John O’Grady and Jason O’Reilly as they progressed thanks to a 3-1 win over Camp Juniors.
Fenit reach 14’s Cup semi-final:
The remaining Tom Hayes Cup semi-final has gone to Fenit as they saw off Ballyhar. Eddie McCarthy hit 4 with Bobby O’Connor and Tony Smith getting the goals. James Horgan replied for Ballyhar.
Fenit will now play Mastergeeha in one semi-final with Killarney Celtic and the Park meeting in the other.
Killorglin into the 14’s Shield semi-final pot:
Killorglin B just got past Ballyheigue in the John Murphy 14’s Shield semi-finals. The Killorglin side have been working hard without getting their reward so will be delighted with this win. Sean Browne scored twice and John Touhy got the other goal for Killorglin B. Dara Kearney got both goals for Ballyheigue. Castleisland and Killarney Celtic B are also in the hat with the final place going to either Inter Kenmare or LB Rovers.
Killarney Celtic and Park to meet in 15’s Cup final:
Killarney Celtic booked their place in the Healy Family 15’s Cup final with a 5-0 win over Mastergeeha. Daniel Okute hit 3 and Killian O’Sullivan 2 in the win.
Killarney Celtic will take on The Park in the final after their final four win over Inter Kenmare. Dan Fisher scored twice for the Tralee side with Jamie Fitzgerald and John O’Connor getting the other two. Tadgh O’Donoghue and Adem Gul got the Inter goals.
Killorglin B and Killarney Athletic will contest the 15’s Shield Final:
Two goals from Darragh O’Grady and Marc Clifford and one from Jack Healy saw Killorglin B reach the Shield final knocking out Fenit 5-1.
Killarney Athletic had two goals from Jamie Alade, Rossa Bellew and Eoghan Mulvanny as they qualified for the final after a 6-2 win over Park B.
Tucker Kelly 16 Shield semi-final
Mastergeeha are into the 16’s Shield final where they will face either the Park B or Camp Juniors. Their first came from Shane Warren on 10 minutes after he was put through by Ian O’Connor. Iveragh equalised just before the break but Mastergeeha got the winner from Philip O’Leary inside the last 10 minutes.
Killorglin in 12 Premier pole position:
Killorglin and Killarney Celtic are both going for the JK Sports 12 Premier title and the sides met in mid-week. It was Killorglin who took the win 1-0 thanks to a Liam Hayes goal. This leaves them on 25 points after their 10 League games. Killarney Celtic can still force a play-off if they defeat the Park in their last game. The Park will finish level with Killarney Athletic in third in Premier A if they win.
Iveragh United win Premier B:
Iveragh United are the winners of Premier B followed by Tralee Dynamos, Inter Kenmare and LB Rovers.
Listowel Celtic win Division 1:
Listowel Celtic defeated Killorglin B 7-2 to win the 12 Division 1 A title. Evan Boyle hit 4 and Oisin Healy 3 in the win. Killarney Celtic B took second with Castleisland third. Dingle Bay lead Division 1B from Mastergeeha, Tralee Dynamos and Ballyhar.
MEK secure 2nd in 12’s Division 2A:
A 5-3 win over Mastergeeha B saw MEK secure second place behind winners Camp Juniors. James Clifford 2, Tadgh Gosney, Aaron Dinham and Cian Myers got the goals for MEK. Darren O’Leary, Emmett Spillane and Adam Whitty were the Mastergeeha B scorers who are tied with Killarney Athletic B.
Killorglin win 12’s Division 2B:
Killorglin C defeated Park B 6-3 thanks to goals from Aaron Doyle, Adam O’Neill and Max Scannell to secure the 2B title with the Tralee side in second place. Listowel Celtic B and Ballyhar B are 3rd and 4th.
Park keeps slim 13 Premier title hopes alive:
There were two games in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier with the Park defeating Mastergeeha 4-0. Darragh Cunnane, Jamie O’Shea,, Venis Jahiri and Noah Townsend were the scorers.
Killorglin were 5-1 winners of their game against Killarney Athletic. Darragh O’Connor 2 and Stevie Gannon got the goals in the first half and 2 from Conor Hayes in the second half saw them take the three points.
Iveragh United lead the way on 14 points but they have only 6 played. Killarney Celtic are on the same mark from 9 games with the Park on 11 from 7 of a 10 game League.
Inter Kenmare 2nd in 13’s Division 1:
Inter Kenmare defeated Killarney Celtic B in their last Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1 game. The goals came from Sean Treyvaud 2, Darren Allman, Timmy Kelliher 2, Darragh Kelliher, Ben O’Callaghan and Darragh O’Sullivan. This secures Inter the runners up spot behind Listowel Celtic.
Fenit top and end with a win of Division 2:
Fenit got the two wins they needed to win the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 2. They defeated Killarney Athletic b 2-1 in mid-week with goals from Paddy Falvey and Donagh Murphy. At the weekend they had it easier when they were 6-0 winners over Mastergeeha B. Donagh Murphy, Oisin McGibney, Josh Elvins, Tiernan O’Sullivan, Barry Hamilton and Gearoid O’Connor. Fenit end with 25 points followed by the Park and Killorglin.
Park in pole position in 14 Premier:
The Park defeated Killarney Celtic 5-1 to move to the joint top of the Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier. Their goals came from Colin Doody, Sean O’Connor and Cinan Cooney. Robert Brooks replied for Celtic. The Park and Killorglin are tied on 20 points with two games to play.
Fenit first in 14 Division 2:
The final games in the 14’s Division 2 saw draws for Fenit and MEK and for Iveragh United and Inter Kenmare. Fenit are League champions ahead of Castleisland and Listowel Celtic.
Killorglin in battle for 15 Premier win:
Killorglin’s 4-1 over Mastergeeha sees them just three points behind Camp Juniors with 1 point to play. Killorglin’s goals came from Dylan Morrissey 2, Callum Russell 2.
Team of the Week:
Tadgh Cahill Diarmuid Furlong Jack Sweeney
Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Mastergeeha 12’s Inter Kenmare 12’s
Barry Hamilton James Clifford Alex Scannell Oisin Healy
Fenit 13’s MEK 12’s Killorglin 12’s Listowel Celtic 13’s
Rossa Bellew Rory Clifford Jason O’Reilly
Killarney Athletic 15’s Tralee Dynamos 13’s Killarney Celtic 13’s