Uneven Cups First Round and League Action Feb 12th:

Under 11 Cup First Round:

Inter Kenmare B 0-2 Listowel Celtic C

Killarney Celtic C 4-1 Killarney Athletic B

Behy Rvs 0-3 Killarney Celtic B

Killorglin A 9-1 Fenit

Asdee 2-2 Park B AET

(Asdee win 10-9 on pens).

Ballyhar 5-0 Listowel Celtic B.

Under 13 Cup First Round:

Listowel Celtic B 2-6 Castlemaine

Kingdom Boys B 0-7 Park B.


Under 11 Cup First Round:

The decision to seed the Cups, and to not bring the Premier teams into the competition until the second round, has definitely worked with some of the smaller teams having great wins in this first round.

Camp were already in the hat for round two and they have been joined by Listowel Celtic B who were delighted with their 2-0 away win over Inter Kenmare. Fergal Wall was the Listowel hero.

Also through are Killarney Celtic C who were 4-1 winners over their neighbours Athletic B. Dillon Leen Fitzgerald, Eoin Moynihan, Igor Iozk and John Quilligan were the Hoops scorers.

Killarney Celtic B emulated their club mates as they defeated a slightly less experienced Behy Rovers side. Michael Devlin got all three goals.

Killorglin A were too strong for Fenit and go through with goals from Ian McGillicuddy 3, Padraig Cronin 2, Jonathan Kissane, Dylan O’Sullivan 2, Alan McCarthy and Dara O’Sullivan.

Ballyhar Dynamos join those sides after their 5-0 home win over Listowel Celtic B.

However there is no doubt as to what was the tie of the round. Asdee got the better of Park B 10-9 on penalties, despite the best efforts Cian Talbot in the Park goal.  Fionan Twomey and Niall Downing were on the mark for Asdee with Ed Moynihan and Phil Maunsell replying for the Park.  Spot kicks are a very tough way to lose, especially after scoring nine but credit must go to all the Asdee players who kept their composure to just sneak through.

Under 13 Cup:

Goals from Eoin O’Brien 2, David O’Connor 2 and Aaron Murphy 2 put Castlemaine into the second round of the Under 13 Cup. Savanah McCarthy replied with both goals for Listowel.

The Park B also go through after win the Tralee derby 6-0 over Kingdom Boys B.

League Results and Reports:

Moriartys Centra Under 11 Premier:

Killarney Athletic 0-3 Killarney Celtic

Kingdom Boys 6-2 Mastergeeha

Park 3-8 Listowel Celtic

Dalys Supervalu Under 13 Premier:

Listowel Celtic 2-2 Killarney Athletic

Park 6-2 Dingle Bay

Div 1:

Mastergeeha 2-1 Killorglin

Fenit 4-3 Ballyhar

Camp 1-2 Castleisland

Killarney Plaza U15 Premier:

Kingdom Boys 0-2 Killarney Celtic

Park 8-0 Dingle Bay

Castleisland 2-2 Listowel Celtic

Div 1:

Camp 4-2 Killarney Athletic

Clanmaurice 7-0 Park B

Dante’s Under 16 Div 1:

Ballyhar 1-11 St Bernards

Girls u14:

Killarney Celtic 3-1 Camp Girls

Girls U16:

Listowel Celtic 8-0 Killarney Celtic.

Match Reports:

Moriartys Under 11 Prem:

League leaders Killarney Celtic maintained their eight point lead at the top of the table as they won the Killarney derby defeating Athletic 3-0 through goals from Kasper Maliowski 2 and Patrick Warren.

Second placed Kingdom Boys made sure they would keep the pressure on Celtic, and they have three games in hand, as they got the better of Mastergeeha 6-2. This game was tied 1-1 at half time but an amazingly inspired substitution saw Eoin Liston come on and score 5 goals!

Listowel Celtic also added three points to their total with an 8-3 win over Park. Adam Cronin had a good day in front of goal hitting 4 with the others coming from Dara Loughnane, Daniel Sheehan, Eoin O’Connor and Sheldon Neill.

Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Premier:

Leaders The Park took advantage of the fact that second placed Killarney Celtic were not playing till later in the week to open up the gap at the top to 5 points. They were 6-2 winners over Dingle Bay whose goals came from Garrett Brosnan and Mark O’Connor.

Third placed Killarney Athletic were help to a 2-2 draw away to Listowel Celtic. Ronan Buckley and Michael Foley scored for Athletic with Brian O’Seanachain getting both for the home side.

Div 1:

The top two sides in Div One were beaten which really tightens up the Division. Ballyhar still lead the way on 14 points despite their 4-3 loss to Fenit. Jason O’Connor 2 and Oisin Fleming scored for Ballyhar but goals from Max Benner, Ryan Dolan, Kian McGarry and Jack McCarthy gave Fenit the points to move them onto 9 and into fourth place.

Castleisland took full advantage of the slip-ups of those around them defeating Camp 2-1 to move onto 11 points. Sean O’Donoghue and Shane McLoughlin scored for Castleisland with Maurice Slattery replying for Camp.

Mastergeeha and Killorglin are now tied for third place on ten points after the Kilbrean side won 2-1 at home to Killorglin. Oscar O’Connor and Eoin McSweeney got the goals for Mastergeeha with Manus Gallagher replying for Killorglin.

Killarney Plaza Under 15 Premier:

Killarney Celtic lead the way and took six points from their two games this week. Mid week they defeated Castleisland 3-1 with goals from James McCarrick 2 and Matt Keane. On Saturday they were 2-0 winners over Kingdom Boys to move to move onto six wins from six.

The Park started the day in joint second place but ended there all on their own.  They were 8-2 winners over Dingle Bay. Anthony Burke 3, Sean Ryan, Jessie O’Sullivan, Cian Hussey, Jack Savage and Rory Cheevers were the Tralee side’s scorers.

The other side in joint second place were Listowel Celtic but they had to be satisfied with a point from their 2-2 draw with Castleisland. Gavin Breen and Liam O’Connor scored for Celtic with Shane O’Connor and Jack Cooney getting on the score sheet for Castleisland.

Div 1:

Camp continued to lead the way and by three points from Clanmaurice following their 4-2 win over Killarney Athletic. Clanmaurice kept the pressure on Camp with an easier 7-1 win over Park B. John Downey, Joe Diggins, Michael Stackpoole, Ian McAuliffe and Keith Carmody 2 plus an og gave the home side the points.

Dante’s Under 16 Div 1:

Both Ballyhar and St Bernards were level on 10 points in third place in the League at the start of play so you would expect this to be a close affair. However it was nothing of the sort and it is St Bernards who move into second place, a point ahead of Camp and only two behind Iveragh United following an 11-1 win.

Daniel Collins was unstoppable hitting 5, Brian O’Leary got 3 with Stephen Egan, Sean O’Mahoney and Michael O’Leary getting one each.

Girls League:

Under 14’s – Killarney Celtic defeated Camp 3-1 to move a little closer to top side Listowel Celtic.

Under 16’s – Listowel Celtic were too strong for Killarney Celtic and are now unbeaten in their two League games, chasing Inter who are unbeaten in four. The two sides have to meet in what could be a League decider.

Team of the Week:

                                                                      Michael O’Moirain

                                                                            Camp U13

Liam Roche                        Shane O’Donoghue                   Michael O’Leary               Niall Downey

Behy Rvs U11                          Ballyhar U13                          St Bernards U15                Asdee U11

                          Eoin Carroll                                Chris Keane                         Jamie Clifford

                     Killarney Celtic U11                      Mastergeeha U13                  Killorglin U13

                        Eoin Liston                                    Adam Cronin                      Ian McGillicuddy

                     Kingdom Boys U11                    Listowel Celtic U11                   Killorglin U11