Final Saturday in November 2017:
12’s Round 3: Killarney Celtic 0-1 Caherdavin
14’s Round 3: Killarney Celtic 4– 0 Shelbourne
Killorglin 6–0 BT Harps
JK Sports 12 Premier:
LB Rovers 2-5 Killarney Athletic
Tralee Dynamos 2-0 Inter Kenmare
12 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic 7-1 Ballyhar
Dingle Bay Rovers 1-1 Killoirglin
Tralee Dynamos B 2-6 Mastergeeha
12 Division 2:
Killorglin C 8-3 Ballyhar B
Camp Juniors 2-4 Killarney Athletic B
Park B 5-1 Mastergeeha B
MEK 5-2 Listowel Celtic B
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier:
Park A 2-2 Killarney Athletic
Tralee Dynamos 0-2 Listowel Celtic
Ballyheigue 4-1 Killarney Celtic B
Ballyhar 8-3 Inter Kenmare
Iveragh United 4-1 Killorglin B
Listowel Celtic B 5-0 Killarney Athletic B
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Girls
Killarney Athletic 5-1 Fenit
Camp Juniors – Inter Kenmare
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Park A 1-7 Killarney Celtic A
Killarney Athletic 3-3 Killorglin
Camp Juniors 0-0 Rattoo Rovers
Park B 1-4 Mastergeeha
National Cup News:
In the SFAI 12’s National Cup Killarney Celtic’s bid to reach Round 4 ended with a home defeat to Caherdavin Celtic. The Limerick side got the only goal of the Celtic’s clash in Killarney.
Killorglin who are away to Aisling Annacotty B and The Park who will travel to either Rathkeale or Shinrone are the Kerry sides left in this section.
2 from 2 in the 14’s Round 3:
Listowel Celtic and The Park, both of whom will be at home, had already qualified for Round 4 of the 14’s National Cup. Killarney Celtic’s 4-0 win at home to Shelbourne from Limerick means that there will definitely be one Kerry side in the Last 32 and in the Regional series as they will now travel to Tralee to take on the Park. In this game Ryan O’Leary 2, Sean Fitzpatrick and Pedar Kelliher go Celtic’s goals.
Killorglin’s 6-0 win at home to BT Harps means that there are 4 Kerry teams in the Last 10 of the South West Section. They made no mistake in the evening kick-off and goals from Darragh O’Grady, Adam Owens, Liam Roche, Ciaran O’Sullivan and Tom Whittleton sees them through with a home game against Lough Derg as their reward.
Athletic and Dynamos up to joint second in 12 Premier:
Things have relay tightened up at the top of the JK Sports 12 Premier. Killorglin lead the way on 10 points but now there are three teams chasing on 7 points. Wins from Killarney Athletic and Tralee Dynamos sees both of these sides join Killarney Celtic in joint second place.
Killarney Athletic won away to LB Rovers 5-2 with Daithi Keane Tyrrell getting both goals for the home side. The Woodlawn side were 3-0 up at half time thanks to goals from Thomas Healy who got 2 and Oisin Lynch. Both players added another goal each in the second half.
Goals from Pierce Lowth and Jack Hoare gave Tralee Dynamos their three points as the saw off Inter Kenmare 2-0 in Tralee.
Listowel Celtic takes over in Division 1:
With their Killarney namesakes not playing Listowel Celtic have gone to the top of the table, by one point, following their 7-1 win at home to Ballyhar. Evan Doyle had a big day hitting four for Celtic and these were added to by goals from Aaron Carey 2 and one from Oisin Healy. Michael O’Sullivan replied for Ballyhar.
Killorglin will be the happier from their 1-1 draw away to Dingle Bay Rovers. Dara Clifford scored for Killorglin who are now up to joint third. Dingle Bay move onto 7 points thanks to a Diarmuid O’Seadhna goal.
Mastergeeha have also moved onto 7 points, 2 off third place, as they won 6-2 away at Tralee Dynamos B. Liam Horgan hit a hat trick while Adam Cronin, Kieran Nagle and Emmet Spillane all got one each for the Kilbrean boys.
Killarney Athletic B big winners in 12’s Division 2:
Killarney Athletic B defeated Divisional leaders Camp Juniors away 4-2 and moved within a point of them in a big win for the Woodlawn side. Paudie Fitzgerald and David Moore got the goals for the home side.
MEK thanks to goals from Eoghan Bolger, Scott Stuart, Cian Myers, Sean O’Brien and Tadgh Gosney, move up to joint third after their 5-2 win at home to Listowel Celtic B while Park B also added three points to their total. The Tralee side defeated Mastergeeha B 5-1. Odhran Kerins and William Javokic both scored two each with Finn O’Neill getting the other goal. Bobby Gallivan replied for Mastergeeha.
Killorglin C have 7 points from their 3 games after their 8-3 home win over Ballyhar B. Jack Evans had a good day netting 4 and Aaron Doyle chipped in with 2. Keelan Foley and Alex Scannell got the other two while Gerard Long, Tristan Keating and Padraig O’Shea got the Ballyhar goals.
Listowel unbeaten as second placed Athletic draw:
Listowel Celtic 2-0 win over Tralee Dynamos sees them make it three wins from three at the top of the Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier. The Listowel goals, both from Robert Stack, came late on as Dynamos keeper James Moran had a great game in keeping his opponents out.
Killarney Athletic were away to the Park and it was the home side that started off much the quicker going 2-0 up through Cianan Cooney and Cillian Murphy. Sean Dineen pulled one back with Roko Redjucav equalising for a share of the points.
6 of the best from Ballyhar:
Ballyhar made it 6 wins from 6 in the JK Sports 14 Division 1 after an 8-3 win over Inter Kenmare. Stephen Palmer hit 4, James Horgan 3 and Colin O’Shea 1 for the run-away leaders in this Division.
Ballyheigue have moved ahead of Celtic and into second place after the say off the Killarney side 4-1. Feilim O’Sullivan, David O’Sullivan and Dylan Godley got the goals for the North Kerry side. Martin O’Brien got the goal for Celtic B.
Iveragh United are still well in the mix after an important 4-1 home win over Killorglin B. Sean Kennedy hit 2, Ronan Teehan and Breece Sullivan 1 each for the Caherciveen side while Darragh Evans replied for Killorglin B.
3 points for Listowel in Division 2:
Listowel Celtic B will be happy with their 5-0 win over Killarney Athletic in the JK Sports 14 Division 2. Sean Keane 2, David Harris, Jack Carthy and Niall Horgan were on the mark for the North Kerry side.
Wins for Athletic and Inter in the 14 Girls Premier:
Killarney Athletic had goals from Lucy O’Leary 3, Pia Hickey and Eabha Healy in their win over Fenit whose goal came from Saoirse O’Donovan. Aoife Graney and Kayleighy and Williams also impressed for Fenit.
Inter Kenmare’s goals came from Molly Bhamvra, Chloe Cremin and Grace Roberts-White in their win over Fenit. Fenit are a little younger and less experienced than Inter but battled all the way until they tired late on and Inter showed their strength.
Killarney Celtic winners in the 16 Premier:
Killarney Celtic were big winners away to The Park in the Trophy World 16 Premier. The Hoops had goals from Terry Sparling 2, Ryan O’Grady, Jack McCarthy 2, Patrick O’Connor, Jack O’Connor, Dylan O’Callaghan. The two sides are tied for second place the table.
Killarney Athletic and Killorglin shared 6 goals in a 3-3 draw. Jason Kerins, Damien Switzer and Eoin O’Sullivan were on the mark for Athletic while Stephen O’Loughlin, Jack O’Leary and Darragh McKeffery replying for Killorglin who stay top of the table by 1 point.
Leaders held in Division 1:
Leaders Camp Juniors were held to a 0-0 draw by Rattoo Rovers. It could have been different only for Camp Juniors keeper Conor Greaney.
Mastergeeha make it three wins from three:
There is a three way tie at the top of the 16 Division 2 after Mastergeeha’s 4-1 away win at the Park B. A Philip O’Leary penalty on 20 minutes and a Paudie Murphy put Mastergeeha 2-0 up. Gary Scanlon replied for the Park early in the second half but a second O’Leary goal opened the gap to two again and then Cathal Ryan wrapped up the win with 10 minutes to go.
Unbeaten Subway day for Kerry sides:
Kerry League sides enjoyed a good day in the Subway Inter League competitions and were unbeaten in the three ages that they were in action in.
The 12’s were away to North Tipperary and drew 2-2 with both goals coming from Jack Slattery. Both sides also had a second squad in action and here Kerry won 4-2 thanks to goals from Adam Owens, Paudie Fitzgerald, Thomas Healy and Ted O’Gorman.
The 13’s were also in Newport to take on North Tipperary and enjoyed a great opening weekend win of their Inter League competition. They won 5-2 thanks to double strikes from Cormac Dillon and Alex Hennigan and one from Joshua Coffey.
The Kerry 15’s drew 0-0 at home to West Cork but could have snatched it in the last minute but their penalty was well saved by the visiting keeper.
Team of the Week:
Daithi Keane Tyrrell Aodhna Shanahan Sam Benson
LB Rovers 12’s Rattoo Rovers 16’s Killarney Athletic 14’s
William Jakovi Cian McGearailt Darragh O’Keeffe Molly Duggan
Park 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers Listowel Celtic 12’s Tralee Dynamos 12’s
Sean Kennedy Jack Evans Stephen Palmer
Iveragh United 14’s Killorglin 12’s Ballyhar 14’s
Final Saturday in November 2017: