Cup Semi Finals Draws and League Titles

Cup Semi Finals and League Titles – A big weekend for Schoolboys and Girls Soccer:

Under 13 Cup ¼ Final:

Castleisland 0-5 Killarney Celtic:

Killarney Celtic booked their place in the Last 4 with a 5-0 win over Castleisland thanks to a Peter McCarthy hat-trick and additional goals from Michael McCarthy and Mark Harnett.

Cup Semi Final Draws:

The draws for the semi finals of the Cups was made live on Radio Kerry by Kerry Schoolboys and Girls Chairman Martin Conway and MC Member Joe O’Reilly.

The Semi Finals are:

Under 11 Cup: Kingdom Boys v Killarney Celtic. Killarney Athletic A OR Listowel Celtic v Killorglin.

Under 12 John Murphy Cup: Kingdom Boys v The Park. Killarney Athletic v Fenit.

Under 13 Cup: Camp or Killarney Athletic B V Park A. Killarney Athletic A v Killarney Celtic A.

Under 14 Tom Hayes Cup: Listowel Celtic A v Killorglin. Killarney Celtic v Asdee.

Under 15 Cup: Kingdom Boys v Killarney Celtic. Killorglin v Castleisland.

Under 16 Cup: St Bernards v Kingdom Boys. Camp v Killarney Celtic.

Girls Semi Finals:

Under 12 Cup: Listowel Celtic v Kingdom Girls. Killarney Athletic v Castleisland.

Under 14 Cup: Camp v Castleisland. Killarney Celtic v Listowel Celtic.

Under 16 Cup: Park V Listowel Celtic. Inter Kenmare v Camp.

League Results and Reports – Mid Week and from Saturday;

Moriartys Centra Under 11 Premier:

Kingdom Boys 5-0 Killarney Atheltic.

Div 1:

Killarney Celtic B 1-2 Ballyhar.

JK Sports Under 12 Premier:

Kingdom Boys 1-1 Listowel Celtic.

Kingdom Boys 1-1 Killarney Celtic.

Under 12 Div 1:

Camp 2-5 St Brendan’s Park

Park 5-1 Inter Kenmare

Asdee 0-7 Killorglin.

Div 2:

Killarney Celtic B 1-2 Mastergeeha B

Killarney Celtic C 2-4 Iveragh United

Kingdom Boys B 1-7 Park B.

Dalys Supervalu Under 13 Div 1:

Castleisland 1-2 Killorglin.

Killorglin 1-0 Camp

O’Callaghans Coaches Under 14 Premier:

Park 4-0 Fenit.

Ballyhar  –  Fenit.

Div 1 North:

Asdee 6-0 Camp

Listowel Celtic 0-3 Castlemaine

Div 1 South

Mastergeeha 0-4 Killorglin.

Div 1 North:

Mastergeeha 0-4 Killorglin.

Killarney Plaza Under 15 Div 1:

Killorglin 1-0 Kingdom Boys B

Vanilla Pod Under 16 Premier:

Kingdom Boys 0-0 Park

Div 1:

Camp 1-2 St Bernards

Listowel Celtic 0-5 Iveragh UnITED.

Girls League U16:

Killarney Celtic 2-5 Listowel Celtic.

Camp 2-2 Park.

League Reports:

Moriarty’s Centra Under 11 Premier:

Kingdom Boys defeated Killarney Athletic 5-0 to move to the top of the Under 11 Premier thanks to goals from Dillon Robinson, Rian O’Sullivan, Dara Lowth, Diarmuid O’Connor and Eddie Rogers. They lead Killarney Celtic by one point with both sides having two games to play – including having to meet each other.

In Div 1 Ballyhar wrapped up the title with a 2-1 win over Killarney Celtic B. Ryan Kelliher scored for Celtic  but goals from Donnacha O’Sullivan and Liam Brosnan moved Ballyhar onto 19 points and therefore in a uncatchable position.

JK Sports Under 12 Premier:

Kingdom Boys picked up two points following two draws. Firstly in mid week the drew 1-1 with Listowel Celtic, thanks to a Darcy O’Sullivan goal. On Saturday it was the same score-line against League leaders Killarney Celtic. Mike Moynihan was on the mark for Celtic. It leaves Killarney Celtic top on 17 points from 8 games followed by Kingdom Boys and Mastergeeha tied on 14 points from 9 played in a 10 game campaign.

Div 1:

The Park wrapped up this Division with two wins this week. Firstly they defeated Camp 5-2 with the goals coming from Fergal Ryan and Luke Moynihan who got 2 each and James Carmody who got 1. They scored 5 again on Saturday through Kieran Carmody and Jesse Stafford Lacey and John Carroll.

Killorglin took the runners-up spot thanks to a 7-0 win over Asdee. Mike Breen, Jamie Clifford, Caoilte Purcell, Paul Murphy, Conor Flynn, Dylan O’Sullivan and Johnathan Kissane were all amongst the goals.

Div 2:

Iveragh United completed the perfect League season by winning their 12th game from 12 as they defeated Killarney Celtic C 4-2 in Killarney. Niall Brosnan and Darren Casey both got a brace for Iveragh with Luke O’Donoghue and John Griffin (pen ) replying for Celtic.

The Park B move into second place, on 16 points from 10 games following their 7-1 win over Kingdom Boys B. Gearoid Linnane and Shane McGinley both hit hat tricks with the other goal coming from Philip Quilter.

Mastergeeha join Killarney Celtic B on 13 points in third place thanks to their 2-1 win over the Hoops. Shane O’Sullivan and Glen Vaughan scored for the Kilbrean boys with Stephen McCarthy replying for Celtic.

Dalys Supervalu U13 Div 1:

Killorglin are the winners here as the six points they picked up this week sees them crowned League champions. Firstly they got the better of Castleisland 2-1 away thanks to goals from Paddy Collins and Jamie Clifford with Josh Connolly replying for Castleisland. On Friday night they were 1-0 winners at home to Camp thanks to a Dean George goal. Castleisland could still over take Ballyhar to finish second.

O’Callaghans Coaches Under 14 Premier:

The Park set up a League decider with Killarney Celtic thanks to a 4-0 win at home to Fenit. Jessie O’Sullivan, Jer Dillon, Sean Ryan and Kian Sheridan all scored to move the Park onto 24 points from 9 games. Killarney Celtic are on 25 from their 9 with both sides to meet each other in the last League game of the season.

Div 1 North:

Castlemaine lead this Division and have finished their campaign on 27 points following a 3-0 away to Listowel Celtic. Cathal O’Connor, Daniel Griffin and Daniel O’Connor all scored. Asdee are on 24 points thanks to their 6-0 win over Camp. Daniel Ellis got two with Dara Keane, Peter McMahon, Padraig O’Neill and JJ Grimes all getting one each. Asdee will need to win their last game to force a play-off.

Div 1 South:

Killorglin took the runners up spot here behind the already crowned League champions Iveragh United. They defeated their nearest rival for the second spot, Mastergeeha 4-0.

Killarney Plaza Under 15 Div 1:

A Ryan O’Riordan strike gave Killorglin all three points in their game against Kingdom Boys B to keep them in with an outside chance of making the top two.

Vanilla Pod Under 16 Premier:

Kingdom Boys needed all three points to wrap up this Division but had to settle for one after a 0-0 draw with neighbours Park. It means Kingdom Boys are on 25 points from 9 played with Killarney Celtic on 19 from 8 played. Celtic must face the Park and Kingdom Boys in their two remaining games.

Div 1:

Its celebration time for St Bernards and their manager Paddy O’Mahoney who has given a life time to the game without anything to show for it. However now he is a League winning manager after his side defeated Camp 2-1 thanks to two goals from Daniel Collins.

Iveragh United did everything they could in defeating Listowel Celtic 5-0. Darragh Scanlon got 3 with Darragh O’Sullivan and David O’Sullivan also on the mark. They finish in second, just a point behind St Bernards.

Girls Under 16:

Listowel won the battle if the Celtic’s defeating Killarney in Killarney thanks to goals from Savanah McCarthy, Lauren Flavin and Niamh Carmody.

Camp and The Park drew 2-2 with the Camp goals being scored by Michella Horan and Ashely Maunsell.

Team of the Week:

                                                                           Michael Daly

                                                                        Iveragh United U12  

     Ciaran Griffin                                            Maurice Slattery                          Charlie Purcell

    Castlemaine u14                                           Camp U13                                  Killorglin U13

Jeesie Stafford Lacey             Darcy O’Sullivan          Glen Vaughan              Colm Hickey

       Park U12                        Kingdom Boys U12        Mastergeeha U12         Killarney Celtic U12

Daniel O’Connor                                              Peter McMahon                    Daniel Collins

Castlemaine U14                                                 Asdee U14                         St Bernards U16