Easter Week 2018 RESULTS:
Even Age Cups Round 2
John Murphy 12’s Cup
Killarney Athletic C 3 –2 Killarney Celtic B
Tralee Dynamos 7-5 LB Rovers
Castleisland A 7–1 Park B
Inter B 0-2 Park A
Killarney Celtic A 1–2 Iveragh United
Killoirglin A 6–2 Dingle Bay Rovers
Killarney Athletic A 2–0 Listowel Celtic A
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup
Ballyhar 3–0 Killarney Celtic B
Iveragh United 5–0 Ballyheigue
Mastergeeha 3 –0 Park B
Killarney Celtic A 3–0 Tralee Dynamos
LB Rovers 0–5 Fenit
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup
Ballyhar 1–0 Ballyheigue
Park A 1–4 Rattoo Rovers
JK Sports 12 Premier B
LB Rovers 3-0 Inter Kenmare
JK Sports 12 Girls
Inter Kenmare White 2–6 Killarney Celtic White
Listowel Celtic 4–0 Fenit 1
Inter Kemare Blue 7 -1 Camp Juniors
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Girls Premier:
Listowel Celtic 7-1 Fenit
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 2:
Killarney Celtic B 6-3 Mastergeeha
Last 8 in the John Murphy 12’s Cup taking shape:
There was one back game in the John Murphy 12’s Cup played at the weekend with the Park A defeating Inter Kenmare B 2-0 to qualify for the Last 16. The Park will now play Mastergeeha B for a place in the Last 8.
Killarney Athletic C defeated Killarney Celtic B 3-2 in the first of the John Murphy 12’s Last 16 games. Played under lights Luke Doolan scored 2 for Athletic with Brian O’Shea the other goal while Vishnu and Jake Tagney got the Athletic goals.
Tralee Dynamos defeated LB Rovers in a goal fest with 12 goals scored in the game. Dynamos hit 7 of these through Jake Hoare 2, Mathew Rogers 2, Pierce Lowth, Adam Evans and Brandon Long. LB Rovers five goals came from a TJ O’Sullivan hat trick and one each from Patrick Walsh and Kean O’Keeffe, Rovers led 5-4 coming into the closing stages of the game but lost Walsh to injury and his absence hurt the North Kerry side.
Fionn Barrett scored twice to go 2-0 away at Killarney Celtic and held that lead until early in the second half. Josh Bowler pulled one back and Celtic chased an equaliser and had a penalty appeal turned down. But credit goes to the South Kerry side for their excellent display and it’s Iveragh United that go into the Last 8.
2 goals from Stephen Gannon and one each from Jesse O’Reilly, Ben Levy, Niall O’Brien and Ryan Carey gave Killorglin a 6-2 home win over Dingle Bay Rovers. Conor Corduff and James Hoare got the Dingle goals.
Castleisland got the better of a gallant Park B side with Finn Nolan, Jack Joy and Jack O’Donoghue getting 2 each with one coming from Killian Dennehy.
Killarney Athletic were 2-0 winners over Listowel Celtic with both goals coming in the half from Neil O’Carroll and Oisin O’Sullivan.
6 of the Last 8 places in John Murphy 14’s Cup now taken:
Goals from Luke Ring, James Horgan and Aaron Burke saw Ballyhar get the better of Killarney Celtic B 3-0.
Sean Kennedy hit 2 and Breece O’Sullivan, Ben Egan and Cian Murphy hit one each as Iveragh United knocked out Killarney Celtic B.
Mastergeeha and Killarney Celtic A both progressed to the Last 8 thanks to 3-0 score lines over Park B and Tralee Dynamos respectively.
Prolific goal scorer Eddie McCarthy hit 4 of Fenit’s goals in a 5-0 win away at LB Rovers. Danny Jeffers hit the fifth. These join Listowel Celtic B who had a bye to this round.
Ballyhar first team in Tucker Kelly 16’s semi-final:
Ballyhar booked their place in the Tucker Kelly 16’s semi-final on Saturday with Josh McCarthy getting the all-important goal in their 1-0 win over Ballyheigue.
On Sunday Rattoo Rovers saw off The Park 4-1 thanks to goals from Mikey Kelliher, Kevin Goulding, Padraig Sullivan and Jake Brosnan. Robert Kerins got the consolation for The Park.
LB Rovers take the three points in the 12 Premier:
In the JK Sports 12 Premier B LB Rovers put themselves back in contention for a top half of the table finish after a 3-0 win over Inter Kenmare.
Inter Blue only 3 points off top of 12 Girls Premier A:
Inter Kenmare Blue are just three points off leaders Killarney Celtic in the JK Sports 12 Girls Premier A. Their latest win comes after a 7-1 win over Camp Juniors. The Inter goals came from double strikes from Helena O’Donoghue and Grace Foley and one each from Mya Granville, Tara Desmond and Saoirse Buckley.
Killarney Celtic Girls top of Premier B
Killarney Celtic White arte top of Premier B after a 6-2 win over Inter Kenmare White but this game was closer than the final score line suggests. Celtic were only 2-1 ahead at the break but were the stronger team in the second half against a well organised Inter side. Naoishe O’Donoghue and Micheala O’Meara both hit two goals each with Andrea Murphy and Aine Fitzgerald getting one each for the Hoops. Laoise Carey got both the Inter Kenmare White goals.
Listowel Celtic defeated Fenit 4-0 in the same section of the Premier Division. Charlotte Stack and Clara Collins both scored twice in Listowel Celtic’s win.
Listowel Celtic 2nd in 14 Premier:
Listowel Celtic defeated Fenit 7-1 in the Quills Woollen Mills 14 Girls Premier to move onto 3 wins from three played and are just three points behind Inter Kenmare with a game in hand. Kiera Large was hugely impressive hitting 4 goals which were added to by scores from Kelly Enright, Ava Fitzgerald and Mary Kearney.
Celtic win in 16 Division 2:
Goals from Matthew Fleming 2, Adam Maye Keane, William Shine and Emmet Cronin gave Killarney Celtic B the win and the three points in a 6-3 win over Mastergeeha.
Team of the Week:
Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s
Cian Murphy Tom Benson Killian Dennehy
Iveragh United 14’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Castleisland 12’s
Cormac Tagney Patrick Walsh Josh McCarthy Saoirse Buckley
Killarney Celtic 12’s LB Rovers 12’s Ballyhar 16’s Inter Kenmare 12 Girls
Kiera Large Fionn Barrett Dylan Ryan
Listowel Celtic 14’s Iveragh United 14’s Fenit 14’s