Last National Cup qualifiers plus Even age League action:
12’s National Cup:
Mungaret Regional1 –3 Killarney Athletic
Killorglin 1–0 Charleville
Avenue United 4–1 Mastergeeha
Killarney Celtic 0–1 Murroe FC
14’s National Cup
St Brendan’s Park 5–1 Tralee Dynamos
Aisling Annacotty 4–1 Killorglin
16’s National Cup
Bridge United 1–1 Killorglin AET
Bridge United win 3-1 on penalties
Coole FC 0–4 St Brendan’s Park
League Results
Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12’s Premier
St Brendan’s Park 2-0 Tralee Dynamos
Castleisland 1-2 LB Rovers
12’s Division 1 North
Listowel Celtic B 1-6 St Brendan’s Park B
Ballyheigue 4–1 Camp Juniors
12’s Division 1 South
Ballyhar Dynamos 5-0 Killarney Athletic B
Killorglin B 1-6 MEK Galaxy
Killarney Celtic B 2-2 Mastergeeha B
12’s Division 2
MEK Galaxy 0–1 Ballyhar Dynamos B
Inter Kenmare B 1–1 Castleisland B
13’s Premier
Killorglin 1–2 Tralee Dynamos
World of Tiles 14’s Premier
Inter Kenmare 2–3 MEK Galaxy
Killarney Athletic 4-0 Listowel Celtic
14’s Division 1
Killarney Celtic A 3-1 Ballyhar Dynamos
Fenit Samphires 6-4 Camp Juniors
LB Rovers9–3 Killarney Athletic
14’s Division 2
Ballyheigue 2–5 Inter Kenmare
Castleisland B 3–3 Mastergeeha B
16’s Premier
Mastergeeha 2–2 Killarney Athletic
Castleisland 3–0 Tralee Dynamos
Dingle Bay Rovers 1-5 Killarney Celtic
16’s Division 1
St Brendan’s Park B 3–3 Killorglin C
Ballyheigue 1–6 Iveragh United
Girls League Results
12’s Premier
Listowel Celtic 2–1 Inter Kenmare
12’s Division 1
Fenit Samphires B 2–8 Iveragh United
MEK Galaxy 0-0 Castleisland
14’s Premier
MEK Galaxy 1–3 Camp Juniors
Inter Kenmare 3–2 Listowel Celtic
14’s Division 1
Killarney Celtic White 2-0 Castleisland
Match Reports
Last chance to qualify in the National Cup:
The final places in the SFAI National Cups Open Draws were up for grabs today in Round 4 of the Boys u12’s, 14’s and 16’s. Already through to the Last 32 in the various age groups were MEK Galaxy in the 13’s Boys and Killarney Athletic in the 15’s while in the Girls Inter Kenmare at 12’s, Listowel Celtic at 14’s and Killarney Celtic at 16’s had also progressed before today.
12’s: Killarney Athletic were the first side in action and they recorded an impressive 3-1 away win in Limerick. The Athletic goals came from Eanna Hennigan, Cian Hegarty and Sean Lyne.
Killorglin are also into the next round thanks to Peter O’Shea who got the only goal of the game.
There was no joy for Killarney Celtic as they lost out 1-0 at home to Murroe FC. Mastergeeha are also out as they went down 4-1 away to Avenue United with Alan O’Leary getting their goal.
14’s: In the 14’s St Brendan’s Park took the win in the all KSBGL clash defeating neighbours Tralee Dynamos with goals from Edison Jahiri, Ethan Ballard, Brian Heaphy 2 and Masick Kubick while Nick Lacey got the Dynamos consolation.
Killorglin went down 4-1 away to Aisling Annacotty in Limerick. Bryan McKenna got the Killorglin goal.
16’s: St Brendan’s Park made the trip to Gort to take on Coole FC and after a scoreless first half it was the Tralee side that took control thanks to goals from Mohammed Abdalla 2, Andrew Kerins and Sean Corkery to take the win 4-0.
Killorglin were away to Bridge United who went ahead from the penalty spot in the second half. But Killorglin equalised within two minutes. With no further scoring the game went to penalties and it was the home side that took the win 3-1.
Two is enough in 12 Premier:
Two goals were enough for both sides that took the wins in the Slatterys Carpets and Blinds 12 Premier. The Park’s goals came from Eoin Tansley and Calvin O’Sullivan.
Goals from Seacha O’Brien and Evan Mannix gave LB Rovers the points in a 2-1 away win at Castleisland where Ronan O’Connor got the home sides goal.
St Brendan’s Park were 2-0 winners at Christy Leahy Park over neighbours Tralee Dynamos.
Two games in 12’s Division 1 North
Goals from Mark Foley 2, Admed Abdalla, Patrick Leen, Noah Reidy and Aaron Donovan gave St Brendan’s Park B the win away to Listowel Celtic B.
Two goals from Ben O’Connor and one each from Sam Keane and Conor Slattery gave Ballyheigue Athletic FC the points in a 4-1 over Camp Juniors.
Plenty of goals in 12’s Division 1 South:
The first game in this Division was the midweek clash of Killarney Celtic B and Mastergeeha B at Celtic Park with both sides sharing the points. Killarney Celtic went 2-0 up thanks to goals from Tristan Murphy and Marco Mosca but two early in the second half from Mark Bowler saw his side level matters.
Three unanswered goals in the first half and two in the second gave Ballyhar Dynamos the win at home in Mort Scott Park over Killarney Athletic B. Ryan Quilter and Jack Kelly both scored two each for Ballyhar Dynamos with Daire Cornally getting the other goal.
Two goals each from James Murphy and Shane O’Neill and one each from Cade Jameson and Dave Tangney gave MEK Galaxy the win away to Killorglin B who had a late penalty consolation from Cormac Clifford.
Low scoring in the 12’s Division 2:
Both games in the 12’s Division 2 were tight affairs. In the game between MEK Galaxy and Ballyhar Dynamos the only goal of the game went to the away side with Alex Finn scoring the all important winner for Ballyhar.
Aaron McCarthy put Castleisland 1-0 up in their game away to Inter Kenmare but the home side equalised with the last kick of the game through Dean O’Connor.
Dynamos win 13 Premier game:
There was one game in the 13 Premier game with Tralee Dynamos winning 2-1 at Killorglin. Odhran Foley scored for the home side but goals from Marcus Conway and Alexander Turaki gave Dynamos all three points.
Home and away win in 14 Premier:
In the World of Tiles 14 Premier Killarney Athletic scored twice in both halves to keep the points in Woodlawn with a win over Listowel Celtic. Ben Kelliher and Liam O’Brien were on the mark in the first half with Brian McCarthy and Evan Doona adding the two in the second half.
MEK Galaxy scored a late winner in their 3-2 win away at Inter Kenmare. Rossa McGearailt scored both for Inter including one from the penalty spot to put his side ahead twice. Jayden Fennell got both for MEK with Danny Murphy getting their other goal.
All home wins in the 14’s Division 1:
All the points in the 14’s Division 1 went to the sides playing at home. Two from Cillian Slattery and one from Thomas Mackey gave Killarney Celtic the points at home to Ballyhar Dynamos who goal came from John Henderson.
Fenit Samphires and Camp Juniors were tied 2-2 at the break but it was the home side that came out winners in the end 6-4. For Fenit Mikey Corridan hit 3, Luke O’Carroll 2 and Dara Harty were the scorers with Darragh Murphy 2, Jago Brodie and Mikey O’Leary replying for Camp Juniors.
Charlie O’Leary was on fire as he led the LB Rovers scoring with his goals added to by strikes from Cody Goggin, Jakub Dunworth and Roisin Fogarty in their win over Killarney Athletic. The Blues goals came from Charlie Higgins, Liam Harmon and Ryan Kissane.
Two games in the 14’s Division 2:
Goals from Joe Lovett and Mathew O’Sullivan for Ballyheigue were not enough for them to get anything from their home game against Inter Kenmare who won 5-2.
Cody McMahon hit a hat trick at Georgie O’Callaghan Park and it earned his side a point in a 3-3 draw with Mastergeeha B whose goals came from Ruairi O’Donoghue, Patrick O’Riordan and Billy O’Donoghue.
Three different results in 16’s Premier
Killarney Celtic made the trip to Dingle a winning one thanks to goals from Josh Bowler 2, Oisin Fleming, Seamus Kelly and Jason O’Sullivan. James Hoare replied for Dingle Bay Rovers.
Mastergeeha came from 2-0 down at home to Killarney Athletic in Kilbrean Park to earn a 2-2 draw. The goals for the home side came from Cian O’Connor from the penalty spot and from John Hughues.
Mint O’Connor, Killian Dennehy and Eoghan Shire were on the mark for Castleisland in their 3-0 home win over Tralee Dynamos.
Draw and win in 16’s Division 1
St Brendan’s Park B and Killorglin C played out a 3-3 draw with Patryk Radny getting all the Killorglin goals. They also saw their keeper Ben Sugrue saving a penalty to make sure they got a share of the points. William Jakpovi 2 and Arek Jaszczsnski were the Park’s scorers.
Iveragh United were 6-1 winners over Ballyheigue in the evening game. Mattie Pearce got the goal for the North Kerry side.
Girls League
Listowel Celtic take the win:
Goals from Shona Griffin and Moya Wolska gave Listowel Celtic the points in a 2-1 win at home to Inter Kenmare in the 12’s Girls Premier. Rebecca Jones was on the mark for Inter.
Iveragh win away in 12’s Division 1:
Iveragh United made the trip to Fenit Samphires B in the 12’s Division 1 a winning one. Louise Gaynor and Aoife Galvin got the goals for the home side while sisters Amy Rose Shanahan and Casey Shanahan led the scoring for the South Kerry girls.
There was one game in this Division on Sunday with the points shared between MEK Galaxy and Castleisland following a 0-0 draw.
Three is the magic number in the 14’s Premier:
In the 14’s Premier goals from Keelin Clifford, Aoibhean O’Dwyer and Caoimhe Skinner gave Camp Juniors the win away at MEK Galaxy whose goal came from Naoishe O’Donoghue.
Two goals from Klaudia Merchel and one from Hazel Mulcahy gave Inter Kenmare a 3-2 win over Listowel Celtic. Holly Boyle and Laura Falvey scored for L istowel Celtic.
Killarney Celtic girls win in mid-week:
There was one game in mid-week in the 14’s Division 1 with Killarney Celtic’s 14’s girls White team defeated Castleisland 2-0 under the lights at Celtic Park. Ali Bowler and Megan O’Reilly got the Celtic goals as the Hoops moved to the top of the Division.
Team of the Week:
Ben Sugrue
Killorglin 16’s
Aidan O’Sullivan Donnacha Vaughan Diarmuid Murphy Leon O’Connor
Inter Kenmare 14’s MEK Galaxy 12’s Fenit Samphires 14’s Tralee Dynamos 16’s
Ronan O’Connor Marco Mosca Harvey Leen Paudie Fitzgerald
Castleisland 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s St Brendan’s Park 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 16’s
Mark Bowler Ben Kelliher
Mastergeeha 12’s Killarney Athletic 14’s
Girl’s Roll of Honour:
Saranya Ryan and Kaysey O’Connor Killarney Celtic
Sarah Slattery Listowel Celtic, Abi Kearney Fenit Samphires
Alice O’Connor and Shannon O’Sullivan Inter Kenmare
Amy Rose Shanahan, Casey Shanahan, Emma O’Neill Iveragh United
Alanna Griffin and Sharon Enright Camp Juniors,
Sophia Fleming – Castleisland
Klaudia Merchel, Kate McElligott, Phoebe O’Shea Inter Kenmare
Louise O’Donoghue, Naoishe O’Donoghue, Glasha Tsybulkina MEK Galaxy
Fiona O’Brien and Ashlyn Falvey Listowel Celtic.