Final Fours Finalised:
Cup / Shield Results:
John Murphy 12’s Cup ¼ Finals:
Park 3-0 Killarney Celtic
Mastergeeha 1-0 Tralee Dynamos
Park B 2-2 Listowel Celtic AET
Park B win 5-4 on penalties.
Killorglin 9-1 Killarney Celtic C.
John Murphy 12’s Shield Last 16:
Listowel Celtic C 0-6 Killarney Athletic B
Park C 2-2 Listowel Celtic B
Listowel Celtic win 3-2 on penalties
Listowel Celtic D 8-2 MEK
John Joe Naughton 13 Shield ¼ final:
Iveragh United 3-0 Killarney Athletic
Park D 3-1 Park B
Tom Hayse 14’s Cup ¼ Final:
Killarney Celtic 5-2 Listowel Celtic
Ballyhar 1-1 Killarney Athletic AET
Ballyhar win 3-2 on penalties.
Tralee Dynamos 0-4 Park
Killorglin 8-0 Ballyheigue.
Tom Hayse 14’s Shield Last 16
Castleisland 0-5 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Celtic B 1-6 Mastergeeha
St Bernard’s 1-5 Dingle Bay Rovers
Ivaragh United 3-4 Camp Juniors AET
Park C 0-8 Park D
Kerry 15’s Cup ¼ Final:
Killarney Athletic 3-0 Inter Kenmare
Kerry 15’s Shield ¼ Final:
Park B 0-5 Ballyhar
JK Sports 12 Division 3:
LB Rovers 0-7 Park C
Fenit 5-0 LB Rovers
MEK 2-8 Killarney Celtic C
Listowel Celtic 3-1 Fenit (mid-week)
Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1:
Castleisland 2-4 Killarney Celtic B
15 Division 2:
Tralee Dynamos B 0-5 Fenit
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Park 1-0 Inter Kenmare
Listowel Celtic 4-0 Tralee Dynamos
Tralee Dynamos 2-2 Castleisland (mid-week)
16 Division 1:
Killarney Athletic 3-0 Camp Juniors
16 Division 1 Plate:
Asdee 3-2 Killarney Celtic B
Last 4 in John Murphy 12’s Cup confirmed:
The four places in the John Murphy Cup 12’s Cup semi-finals are known. The Park defeated Killarney Celtic 3-0 thanks to 2 goals from Messiah Chirwa and one from Colin Doody. However the Tralee didn’t have it all their own way as their keeper Liam Carmody was outstanding in keeping Celtic scoreless.
A Mark O’Shea goal was enough to give Mastergeeha a 1-0 win over Tralee Dynamos at Kilbrean Park.
The Park B put in one of the performances of the day when defeating Listowel Celtic A on penalties. The game finished 2 all with Dara Cunnane and Sean McElligott scoring for the Park. Cillian Lynch scored the all-important penalty in sudden death after keeper Nathan Rogers saved the final Listowel Celtic penalty.
Killorglin were too strong as expected for a gallant Killarney Celtic C. Eoghan Hassett, Tom Whittleton, Adam Owen, Jack O’Sullivan, Dara O’Grady and Brendan Casey all scored for Killorglin. Brian O’Sullivan got the goal for Celtic C who were only 3-1 down at half time.
Places in John Murphy 12’s Shield ¼ finals up for grabs:
2 goals from Shea O’Meara and Hugh Molloy and one each from Caoilte Cronin and Darragh Looney put Killarney Athletic B in the Last 8 with a 6-0 win over Listowel Celtic C.
Listowel Celtic B knocked out Park C following a penalty shoot-out as the game had finished 2 all after extra time. Tony Boland and Jack Carty got the Listowel Celtic goals in the game.
Listowel Celtic have 2 teams in the Last 8 as their D team are also through. They booked their place with an 8-2 win over MEK. Cormac Dillon, Killian Boyle, Shane Hogan, Rory Whelan, Shane O’Sullivan, Evan Boyle, Jack Enrigtht and Robert Heffernan were on the mark for Celtic D. Bailey Carlton and Eddie Moroney scored for the Mid / East side.
John Joe Naughton 13 Shield ¼ final:
Iveragh United defeated Killarney Athletic 3-0 and Park D got the better of their club mates Park B 3-1 to progress to the semi-final of the John Joe Naughton 13 Shield. Colin Doody got the goal for the Park D.
Semi-final places sorted in Tom Hayse 14’s Cup:
Killarney Celtic were the first team into the semi-finals of the Tom Hayse 14’s Cup thanks to a 5-2 win over Listowel Celtic. The North Kerry side went 2-0 up before Killarney Celtic too over thanks to goals from Ruairi Doyle, Jason Kerins, Ryan O’Grady and 2 from Niall McGillicuddy.
Ballyhar and Killarney Athletic were tied 1 all at the end of extra time in Murt Scott Park with Jason Brennan getting the home side’s goal. Into penalties and successful kicks from Brennan, Dylan Callaghan and Danny Cronin plus a save from Cian Ring saw Ballyhar progress 3-2.
Two from Thomas Carmody and one each from Sean McGrath and Junior Ankomah saw the Park progressing to the last 4 after defeating Tralee Dynamos 4-0.
Killorglin were too strong for Ballyheigue with 8 individual scorers – Garroid Hassett, Stephen O’Loughlin, Jack O’Leary, Jack O’Connor, Niall Carey, Callum Russell, Calum Moriarty and Dylan Moriarty.
Tom Hayse 14’s Shield Last 16:
Killarney Celtic B beat Castleisland in mid-week to go through to the weekend’s quarter finals. Harry Buckley 2, Paul O’Sullivan, Nathan Fleming, Darragh Geaney and Caires Prusek got the Celtic goal.
However in those quarter finals Celtic B’s run came to an end when they went down 6-1 to Mastergeeha. Paul O’Shea again scored for Celtic to put them 1-0 up. However Mastergeeha took over in the second half with Philip O’Leary netting 4 times added to by Darren Lehane and Darragh Cashman.
Dingle Bay Rovers defeated St Bernard’s 5-1 to go into the Last 4. Colm O’hHeartain got 2 and Dylan Geaney, Aodain Devine and Cathal O’Beaglaoich scored for Dingle Bay with Darragh Slattery replying for the Saints.
Camp Juniors left it to the last minute of extra time to book their place in the semi-finals. Maurice O’Grady scored once and Cian O’Grady twice for Camp Juniors with Patrick Hoare, Sonny Curran and Sean Teehan getting the goals for Iveragh United. Just as penalties looked a certainty O’Grady stepped up with a late late winner.
In another all St Brendan’ clash the D’s were too strong for the B’s thanks to Robert Vassiu, Jamie Fitzgerald, John O’Connor, Leon Gallagher Darragh Caplis, Earnan Ferris and Cian Brosnan.
Action in the 15’s Cup and Shield:
Killarney Athletic are into the 15’s Cup semi-finals as they knocked out Inter Kenmare 3-0.
In the Shield Ballyhar were 5-0 winners over Park B to move into the next round.
Joint leaders in the 12’s Division 3:
Killarney Celtic C and Dingle Bay Rovers are now joint leaders at the top of the JK Sports 12 Division 3. Killarney Celtic C defeated MEK to move level with the West Kerry side on 18 points. Celtic led 3-0 at half time thanks to two goals from Robbie Harnett and one from Kelvin O’Sullivan. Luke O’Neill, Eoghain Crowley and Robert Brooks added goal in the second half. Leo Healy and Charlie Keating scored for MEK.
Goals from Dylan Ryan, Eddie McCarthy, Oran Murphy and Gearoid O’Connor gave Fenit the points from their game against LB Rovers. The Park C defeated the same opposition and their goals came from Dara Cunnane and Mick Tansley who both got two each. Luke Casey and Odhran Ferris scored one each in the win that sees the Park in joint third place.
Listowel Celtic, who beat Fenit 3-1 in mid-week, are level with the Park C on 12 points.
Action in 15’s Division 1 and 2:
In the Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1 two goals by Dara Griffin were not enough to earn his Castleislaand side anything from their game against Killarney Celtic B who won 5-2. Celtic B are now up to third place and just a point second placed Ballyhar.
In the 15’s Division 2 Fenit were 5-0 winners over Tralee Dynamos B. Luke Murphy, Kieran McElligott, Conor Gaynor, Luis Galais and Gavin Hussey were the Fenit scorers.
Gap tightens at the top of the 16 Premier:
With leaders Killarney Celtic, on 20 points from 9 games, not playing others have closed the gap. The Park won a tight encounter against Inter Kenmare thanks to a Leon Shalemba goal to move into second place on 13 points from 6 games played.
Listowel Celtic are into 3rd on 12 points from 7 games as the defeated Tralee Dynamos 4-0. Michael Kennedy, Conor Hope and 2 from Cillian Spillane were the scorers.
In mid-week is ended Tralee Dynamos 2-2 Castleisland with Mohammed Raheem and Tony Duggan scoring for the Tralee side.
Athletic lead the way in Division 1:
Killarney Athletic moved 1 point ahead of Mastergeeha after a 3-0 win over Camp Juniors but they have played one game more.
In the Plate Asdee defeated Killarney Celtic B 3-2. Alec Laurent scored twice and David Lynch one for Asdee with Keelin Deegan and Trevor O’Shea replying for Celtic B.
Team of the Week:
Listowel Celtic 12’s
Brian O’Connor Dean McAulliffe Eoghan Lyne Rory Carmody
Fenit 15’s Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s Camp Juniors 14’s Asdee 16’s
Robbie Harnett Jack McGuire Conor Kerins Stephen O’ Loughlin
Killarney Celtic 12’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Park 12’s Killorglin 14’s
Philip O’Leary Sean Teehan
Mastergeeha 14’s Iveragh United 14’s
Well done to Rian O’Sullivan who captained Brighton to a 2-1 win over Derby. This was his first time captaining the side.