Curtailed Easter Programme in the Kerry Schoolboys Girls League:

Under 13 Cup Quarter Final:

Camp DNF Killarney Athletic B

Moriartys Centra Under 11 Premier:

Listowel Celtic 1-8 Kingdom Boys

Mastergeeha 1-5 Killarney Celtic.

Div 1:

Killorglin 1-2 Ballyhar

Div 3:

Camp 2-0 Killarney Celtic C

JK Sports Under 12 Premier:

Killarney Celtic 4-0 Fenit

Div 2:

Killorglin B 1-4 Mastergeeha B

Daly’s Supervalu U13 Premier:

Dingle Bay Rvs 1-1 Listowel Celtic

Div 1:

Mastergeeha 2-3 Castleisland.

Killarney Plaza Under 15 Premier:

Killarney Celtic 3-1 Dingle Bay

Div 1:

Killarney Athletic 8-2 Park B

Camp 5-0 Inter Kenmare

Vanilla Pod Under 16 Premier

Park 1-8 Killarney Celtic


Under 13 Cup Quarter Final:

The Park are still waiting to see who they will play in the Under 13 Cup semi final after the quarter final between Camp and Killarney Athletic B was abandoned with ten minutes left and Camp leading 2-1.

After a Killarney Athletic player went down in the box with a suspected head injury following an accidental clash with an opposition player the referee infuriated the Athletic management by refusing to allow treatment on to the player. Words were exchanged between the referee and the mentors, which escalated when the referee looked to have the player substituted.  Following on from the referee felt he had to abandon the game. A report will now be studied by the League’s MC before a decision is made regarding the fixture.

Under 11 Moriartys Centra Premier:

Kingdom Boys and Killarney Celtic have set up an end of season decider in this division. Kingdom Boys defeated Listowel Celtic during the week thanks to goals from Deen Meehan, Dillon Robinson 2, Diarmuid O’Connor, Odhran Liston, Ryan O’Sullivan, Ryan O’Neill and Dara Lowth. This win moves Kingdom Boys onto 25 points from 9 nine games.

Killarney Celtic are on 24 from their nine games following their 5-1 over Mastergeeha. Casper Malinosky,Mark Harnett Kian Gammell, Thande Dube and Eoin Carroll were on the mark for Celtic.

Kingdom Boys and Killarney Celtic will meet in the last game of the Premier season, in the semi final of the Under 11 Cup and will both represent the League in the Danone Cup Regional Qualifier on May 7th so a lot of big games for these teams to look forward to.

Under 11 Div 1:

The top two met in the last game in this Division with the winners and runners up spot already decided. League winners Ballyhar got the better of second placed Killorglin on a 2-1 score-line.

Div 3:

Camp are the Champions of Div 3 following a 2-0 win over runners up Killarney Celtic C. Camp were very impressive all through the League dropping only two points from ten games. Jimmy Grady and Michael Scanlon were on the mark for Camp. Killarney Celtic C showed the strength in depth of their club in taking the second spot.

JK Sports Under 12 Premier:

Killarney Celtic are the Under 11 Premier Champions after a 4-0 win over Fenit thanks to goals from Mark Harnett, Peter McCarthy and Luke O’Shea.

Div 2:

Mastergeeha B moved into joint second place, level with The Park on 16 points after a 4-1 away win away to Killorglin B. Kieran O’Connor , Shane O’Sullivan and 2 from James Nagle scored for the Kilbrean team. Iveragh United are already champions here.

Dalys Supervalu Under 13 Premier:

Dingle Bay and Listowel Celtic shared the points in a 1-1 draw in what was for both of them their last League game of the season.

Div 1:

Castleisland are now favourites to take the second spot in this Division behind champions Killorglin following a 3-2 win in Castleisland.

Under 15 Div 1:

 Camp are champions of this Division with two games to play. They have only lost once in a tight Division and picked up their latest three points with a 5-0 win over Inter Kenmare. The loss by Inter probably put paid to their hopes of making the top two. Jordan Quirke were Michael Slattery two of Camps scorers.

Killarney Athletic B still have an outside chance of taking the runners up spot following an 8-2 win over The Park B while Killorglin are also still well in the hunt as they got the better of Kingdom Boys B 1-0.

Vanilla Pod Under 16 Premier:

As expected the Under 16 Premier will come down to the last game of the season with Kingdom Boys facing Killarney Celtic. The Tralee side are the favourites as they hold a three point lead going in the final game. Celtic were to strong for a weakened Park in mid week thanks to goals from Scott O’Mahoney, James McCarrick, Dan O’Sullivan, Cathal Sheehan and Craig Hickey.

Team of the Week:

                                                                David O’Connor

                                                            Dingle Bay Rovers U15 

                Dan O’Sullivan                         Adam Cronin                    Michael Behan

            Killarney Celtic U16                  Listowel Celtic  U11               Park B

Cathal Ferriter             Odhran Liston                 James Nagle              Pat Casey

  Camp U12               Kingdom Boys U11         Mastergeeha U12     Killorglin U11

                               Patrick Warren                                 Jordan Quirke

                            Killarney Celtic U11                             Camp U16