First Finalists Known

Finalist’s known for Boys and Girls Cups:

Under 12 John Murphy Cup Semi Finals: Kingdom Boys 3-2 Park Killarney Athletic 5-4 Fenit Girls Under 12 Semi Final: Listowel Celtic 6-1 Kingdom Girls. Under 14 Tom Hayse Cup Semi Finals: Listowel Celtic 1-1 Killorglin Killorglin win 4-3 on penalties. Killarney Celtic 3-0 Asdee Under 16 Tucker Kelly Semi Final: Camp 1 – 6 Killarney Celtic. Girls Under 16 Semi Finals: Park 1-6 Listowel Celtic Inter Kenmare 1-2 Camp: League Results: Moriarty’s Centra Under 11 Premier: Kingdom Boys 3-1 Killarney Celtic JK Sports Under 12 Premier: Killarney Athletic 1-4 Killarney Celtic Mastergeeha 3-0 Listowel Celtic Div 1: Killorglin 2-1 Camp Div 2: Park B 7-2 Killarney Celtic B Killarney Celtic C 2-2 Kingdom Boys Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Div 1: Castleisland 5-0 Inter Kenmare O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier: Killarney Celtic 4-2 Park Dingle Bay 3-2 Fenit. Killarney Plaza Under 15 Premier Listowel Celtic 3-1 Park Div 1: Inter 5-5 Killorglin Vanilla Pod Under 16 Premier: Killarney Athletic 1-1 Inter Kenmare Under 16 Girls: Killarney Celtic 0-1 Camp: Reports: Under 12 John Murphy Cup: Kingdom Boys and Killarney Athletic will contest this season’s final of the John Murphy Cup following wins over The Park and Fenit. In the all Tralee semi final Kingdom Boys goals from Reen O’Connor and Seguim Duyile in a 3-2 win over The Park. Killarney Athletic ‘s semi with Fenit was a thriller, ending 5-4 to the Killarney side. They went 3-1 up thanks to goals from Billy Courtney 2 and James Suter. However Darragh O’Connor pulled one back for Fenit. Athletic then went 5-2 up with further goals from David Shaw and David Naughton. But to the credit Fenit never gave up and Sean Higgins with two and Thomas Lenihan with one left only the margin between the sides. Fenit couldn’t find that equaliser and so it Killarney Athletic that go through. Under 12 Girls Semi: Listowel Celtic will play either Killarney Athletic or Celtic in the Under 12 Girls Cup final. The Listowel girls were 6-1 winners in their semi final over a gallant Kingdom Girls team. Aoife Behan top-scored for Celtic, getting a hat-trick, while Kylie Walsh, Dearbhla Canty and Megan Walsh all got one each. Under 14 Tom Hayse Cup: Killorglin will meet Killarney Celtic in the Under 14 Cup final. Killorglin were pushed all the way by Listowel Celtic in a game that finished 1-1 after extra time. From the spot kicks it was Killorglin who progressed to the final on a scoreline of 4-3. Killarney Celtic had it a little easier against Asdee winning 3-0 thanks to Sean McGrath, Liam Carey and Jordan Kiely. This wrapped up a good week for Celtic who were crowned League champions in mid week. Under 16 Tucker Kelly Cup Semi Final: Camp 1 – 6 Killarney Celtic: Goals from Liam O’Sullivan 2, Scott O’Mahony 2 and Leo ensured Killarney Celtic’s place in the Tucker Kellly Under 16 Cup Final. They will play either St Bernard’s or Kingdom Boys. Under 16 Girls Semi Finals: Listowel Celtic proved too good for Park winning 6-1 thanks to goals from Amy Griffin, Rebecca Horgan, Lauren Flavin and Olivia Scanlon. They will meet Camp in the final. The Camp girls got the better of Inter Kenmare 2-1 thanks to tow goals from Ashley Mansell. This topped off a great week for Ashley and Camp as they defeated Killarney Celtic 1-0 in the League mid week. Ashley also got the goal in that game to give Camp a chance of finishing third. League Reports: Moriarty’s Centra Under 11 Premier: Kingdom Boys took the Under 11 Premier crown with a 3-0 win over their nearest challengers Killarney Celtic thanks to goals from Eddie Rodgers and Dillon Robinson 2. Under 12 JK Sports Premier: Killarney Celtic finished on a high, having been crowned champions the previous week with a 4-1 over Killarney Athletic. Casper Malinoski, Mark Harnett and Peter McCarthy were the scorers. Mastergeeha ensured themselves at least a play-off for second place following a 3-0 win over Listowel Celtic. Dean Fitzgerald, Thomas Fleming and James Nagle were the goal scorers. The Kilbrean side are now finished their campaign on 17 points while Kingdom Boys are on 14 points with one game to play. Div 1: Killorglin rounded off their campaign with a 2-1 win over Camp. Conor Standin and Patrick Daly got the goals which saw Killorglin consolidate second spot behind The Park A. Div 2: The Park B moved into second spot on 19 points from their 12 games with a 7-2 win over Killarney Celtic B. Aaron Shanahan hit a hat trick, Donagh O’Brien 2 and Killian Moran and Dylan McCarthy one each while Mark Harnett and Shannon Ryan replied for Celtic. However the Park are not assured of the runners-up spot just yet as Mastergeeha have 16 points with one game to play so a victory over Killarney Celtic C would mean a play-off for second or if Killarney Celtic C win their remaining three games they would pip both sides to the runners up spot as they are on 10 points with three games to play. Celtic C drew their game with 2-2 Kingdom Boys B thanks to goals from Luke O’Donoghue and Adam Drew. Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Div 1: Castleisland claimed the runners up spot in this Division with a 5-0 win over Inter Kenmare to finish three points ahead of Ballyhar. Sean O’Donoghue, Aaron O’Connor, Michael Brosnan and Josh Connolly with 2 were the Castleisland scorers. O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier: Killarney Celtic took the honours here from the Park after the two sides met in the League decider. Celtic took the three points and the title thanks to goals from Darren O’Doherty, Liam Carey and Matt Keane 2 pens. Jessie O’Sullivan replied for the Park who take the runners up spot. Dingle Bay took third place over taking Fenit in the last game of the season on a 3-2 score-line. Mark O’Connor hit a hat trick for Dingle. Killarney Plaza U15 Prem: Killarney Celtic are champions here, with two games left to play. The Park needed to defeat Listowel Celtic to keep the Division alive but went down 3-1. Adam O’Rourke, Mike Woods and Liam O’Connor scored for Listowel Celtic who can wrap up the runners up spot with a win over Kingdom Boys in their last game. However if they slip up and The Park beat Killarney Celtic then they would finish second. Team of the Week: Cormac Leane Killorglin U12 Gearoid Kerins Shane Cronin Mark O’Shea Mastergeeha U12 Killarney Celtic U14 Killarney Athletic U12 Chris O’Brien Darragh O’Shea Thomas Lenihan Oran Liston Dingle Bay U14 Listowel Celtic U15 Fenit U12 Kingdom Boys U11 Ashley Mansell Sean O’Donoghue Darren Doherty Camp Girls U16 Castleisland U13 Killarney Celtic U14