Even Age Action All the Way this Weekend

Even Age Action on Weekend of January 21st:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Listowel Celtic A 3-1 Park A
Killarney Celtic A 3-1 Killorglin A
Mastergeeha 2-1 Iveragh United
12 Division 1:
Park B 0-5 Camp Juniors
12 Division 2:
MEK 3-4
Dingle Bay Rovers 4-1 Killarney Celtic C
JK Sports 12 Girls Premier:
Listowel Celtic 5-2 Killarney Celtic
Camp Juniors 3-0 Mastergeeha
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Camp Juniors 2-7 Killorglin
Park A 3-3 Killarney Celtic A
Mastergeeha 0-2 Listowel Celtic A
14 Division 1:
Fenit 0-0 Ballyhar Dynamos
Park B 0-5 Iveragh United
Dingle Bay Rovers 3-2 Inter Kenmare
Tralee Trophy World 15 Premier:
Mastergeeha 2-4 Killorglin A
16 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic 3-0 Ballyhar
Camp Juniors 2-1 Inter Kenmare
Ballyheigue 1-3 Killarney Athletic
16 Division 2:
St Bernard’s 5-0 Fenit.
Reports:
New leaders in 12 Premier
In the JK Sports 12 Premier Killarney Celtic’s 3-1 win over Killorglin A sees them move to the top of the table. Kalvin O’Sullivan hit a hat trick for Celtic with Stevie Gannon replying for Killorglin. This win sees Celtic in good form heading into their National Cup Last 32 clash this weekend at home to Carndonugh from Donegal.
Previous leaders Iveragh United lost their first game in 4 as they went down 2-1 to Mastergeeha who have moved to within three points of top spot. Jack Fogarty scored both goals for Mastergeeha with Ben Egan replying for the South Kerry side who remain on 9 points jusy 1 behind Celtic.

Listowel Celtic scored an important win to keep themselves in contention. They defeated Park A 3-1 thanks to goals from Cormac Dillon, who scored 2, and Shane O’Sullivan and are now on 4 points and have games in hand. Hopefully The Park can get back to winning ways next weekend in the National Cup but they face a tough trip to Belvedere.
Camp Juniors win only Division 1 game:
Camp Juniors 5-0 win over Park B sees them move up the table and into joint third place.
Dingle Bay makes it 5 from 5 in Division 2:
5 games played and 5 wins sees Dingle Bay Rovers well clear at the top of the 12’s Division 2. Their latest win saw them defeat Killarney Celtic C 4-1. Aaron Hughes, Paddy Ryan, Alex Buchannan and Conor Corduff got the goals for the West Kerry boys with Jason O’Sullivan replying for Celtic C.
Tralee Dynamos impressive improvement continued and they are now up to second place in the Division but they were pushed all the way before winning 4-3.
Dynamos got all their goals in the first half and led 4-1, thanks to goals from Alex Clifford, Paddy McMahon, Gearoid O’Sheary and Evan Quilligan with Christopher Doody replying for MEK. Finnish Kennelly and Rocco Sheehan pulled two further goals back for the Mid and East Kerry side but they just couldn’t pull level in this cracking game.
Listowel win girls battle of the Celtic’s:
Listowel Celtic 12’s girls won the battle of the Celtic’s as they defeated their Killarney namesakes 5-2 to stay unbeaten and top of the table.
Ciara Henderson hit a hat trick for Listowel Celtic and her three goals were added to by scores from Kelly Enright and Lily Twomey. Lucy O’Sullivan and Elizabeth Coffey scored for Killarney Celtic.
Camp Juniors took the points from Mastergeeha on a 3-0 score-line.
New leader in the 14 Premier:
Killorglin’s 5th win from 5 games has seen then move to the top of the Foundation Sport 14 Premier table. They were 7-2 winners over third placed Camp Juniors, who in fairness to them, had an off day. Dylan Moriarty with 3, Eoghan Hassett got 2 and Adam Owens and Cillian Burke one each for the new League leaders. Cian Wright replied for Camp Juniors with his penalty levelling matters. However summing up their day Killorglin re-too the lead directly from the kick-off!
The Park went into the day’s play in top spot and looked like keeping it as they led Killarney Celtic 3-0 at half time. Ryan Guerin, Darragh Caplis and Cian Brosnan put the Tralee side in pole position.
However things changed totally in the second half when 2 Daniel Okute goals and one from Ronan Coffey earned them a share of the points.
Listowel Celtic will be happy that their work on the training ground is paying off as they secured their first three points of the season following a 2-0 away win at Mastergeeha. Dylan Breen with a cracking header and Dylan Quinn gave Listowel Celtic the points.
Leader’s held to scoreless draw in 14Division 1but remain top:
Ballyhar have moved to the top of the Foundation Sports 14 Division but only by a point as they were held to a 0-0 draw against Fenit.
Iveragh United are up to third place behind Tralee Dynamos and Ballyhar after they were 5-0 winners away to Park B. Cathal O’Shea hit a hat-trick with Seamus Curran and Andrew Walsh getting the other two.
Dingle Bay Rovers climbed the table to 5th after a hard fought 3-2 win at home to Inter Kenmare. Mark Manning scored twice and Tomas O’Se scored once for Dingle Bay whose keeper Patrick Saunders also saved a penalty. Corey Murphy and Simon O’Connor got the Inter goals.
Killorglin up to 3rd in 16 Premier:
An Eoin Clifford hat trick and one from Stephen Sealey saw Killorglin defeat Mastergeeha 4-2 and move up to third in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier table. Paul O’Shea and Dylan Murphy got the Mastergeeha goals.
Leaders in Division 1 win but are pushed all the way:
Camp Juniors continue to lead the 16’s Division 1 but were pushed all the way by Inter Kenmare. This game was always going to be a cracker and it didn’t disappoint. Jack Farrell put Camp ahead in the first half with a 25 yard screamer, giving David Chui Chui in the Inter goal no chance.
Tom Murnane and Mark Looney both hit the post as Camp Juniors held their lead into the second half but in the 75th minute the visitors equalised through Jimmy Murphy. A draw looked like being the result until long range cracker late on, this time from Chris Kane, gave Camp Juniors the win.
Killarney Athletic remains in second place after their 3-1 away win at Ballyheigue. Liam Kelliher scored twice, with his first being an unstoppable effort from distance, and Harry Potts once to put Athletic in control. Ballyheigue score late on for what was just a consolation goal.
Listowel Celtic moved up to third place with a 3-0 home win over Ballyhar Dynamos. Cian McGrath scored twice and Brendan O’Neill once in their win.
Saints top of Division 2 on their own:
With joint leaders Asdee not playing St Bernard’s took full advantage to move three points clear, but with a game more played. Liam Rice, Darragh Slattery, Killian Dooley, Colin Walsh and Declan O’Donoghue all got on the score sheet.
Team of the Week:
Paddy O’Sullivan
Fenit u14’s
Darren Daniel Jack Fogarty Cillian Burke
Ballyhar 14’s Mastergeeha 12’s Killorglin 14’s
Jack Enright Aodhan O’Beaglaoigh Killian Dooley Colm Moriarty
Listowel Celtic 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s St Bernard’s 16’s Camp Juniors 16’s
Cathal O’Shea Kalvin O’Sullivan Liam Kelliher
Iveragh United 14’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Killarney Athletic 16’s