KSBGL Cups 2018/19 Round 1
John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup
Killarney Celtic B 1–2 Killorgln B
Mastergeeha B 0–3 Ballyhar
Dingle Bay Rovers A 1–1Tralee Dynamos A AET
Dynamos win 4-2 on penalties
Inter Kenmare 4–2 Camp Juniors
Killorglin C 1–3 Dingle Bay Rovers B
Killarney Athletic B 8–1 Park B
Healy Family 15’s Cup
Fenit 0–1 LB Rovers
Ballyheigue 0–4 Killorglin
Park A 7–0 MEK
Inter Kenmare 6–2 Killorglin B
Tralee Dynamos 3-4 Mastergeeha
Subway 12’s Inter League
Kerry 1–2 Limerick County
Kerry 2– 2Limerick County (Development Game)
13’s Waterford 2–1 Kerry
15’s Waterford 6-0 Kerry
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier
Park 3-2 Listowel Celtic
13 Premier Play-Off
Killorglin 3-1 Park AET
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Killarney Celtic 1-6 Killorglin
Killarney Athletic 1–0 Killarney Celtic
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Killarney Celtic 1-5 Camp Juniors
Iveragh United 6–1 Fenit
Listowel Celtic 4- 0 Camp Juniors
Inter Kenmare 1-0 Camp Juniors
Fenit 1–0 Castleisland
Park 2–2 Inter Kenmare
Kerry 12’s rue missed chances:
The Kerry’s 12 Boys coached by Eoin O’Mahony and Billy Stack can count themselves very unlucky to lose 2-1 away to Limerick County in the Subway Inter League. They dominated the game but fialed to take a number of chances with their only goal coming from Jack Joy. The home side were more clinical and scored twice from their only two real attacks.
The Leagues also played a Development game and Aaron Doyle put Kerry 1-0 up and Adam O’Neill got a second for Kerry in a 2-2 draw.
13’s Girls unlucky away to Waterford
The Kerry girls made the trip to Waterford and put in a great battle against one of the top Girls Leagues. Tiarna Murphy got the Kerry goal with Katie Doe, Fiana Bradley and Lucy Burton the stand-out players from a great team effort.
The 15’s went down to the same opposition but again those on duty wore the Kerry jersey with pride.
Both teams will be heading to UL in June to take part in the Gaynor Trophy at the Gaynor Tournament.
Last 16 Places claimed in the 13’s Cup:
The opening round of the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup saw places in the Last 16 up for grabs. 6 games were played with Killorglin B coming from 1-0 down to win away at Killarney Celtic B 2-1. Lucas Sowerby put Celtic ahead but goals from Cian O’Brien and Jack Evans put Killorglin B into the next round.
Also through are Ballyhar who went through thanks to a Daithi O’Shea hat trick with all the goals coming in the second half. It took penalties to separate Tralee Dynamos A and Dingle Bay Rovers A with the Tralee side eventually going through 4-2 after the spot kick. James Hoare scored for Dingle Bay with Shane Crossan on the mark for Dynamos in normal time. However successful penalties from Shayne Stack, Shane Crossan, Pierce Lowth and Luke Silles saw Dynamos through.
There was better news for Dingle Bay Rovers B as they won 3-1 away at Killorglin C. Ned Ryan, Aaron Folan and Jack Sheehy were on the mark.
Camp Juniors were ahead twice thanks to goals from Cian Galvin Smith in their tie away at Inter Kenmare. But it was the home side that progress thanks to goals from Ned O’#Shea 2, Cathal Kelliher and Zach O’Shea.
Killarney Athletic B were too strong for the Park B. Daire Kingston hit 4, Bryn Flaherty 2 and Ryan Brady and Fionn Doyle were on the mark for the Woodlawn side.
The remaining tie will see MEK take on Castleisland while already through to the Last 16 are Fenit, LB Rovers, Listowel Celtic, Park A, Killarney Celtic A, Killarney Athletic A, Killorglin A and Litowel Celtic B. The teams beaten in the first round, bar Premier teams, will now go into the first round of the Shield.
4 of the Last 8 places in the 15’s Cup decided:
Joe Finch hit the only goal of the game as LB Rovers won 1-0 away at Fenit to book their place in the Last 8 of the Healy Family Cup. Killorglin also won on the road seeing off Ballyheigue thanks to an Eoghan Hasset hat-trick and a goal from Adam Owens.
Premier side Park A were too strong for MEK and are into the hat thanks to goals from Sean O’Connor 3, Cian O’Neill, Ben Hannafin, Venis Jahiri and Josh Connolly.
2 goals each from Darragh O’Connor and Jamie O’Regan and one each from Yago Cornide and Darren Allman saw Inter Kenmare knock our Killorglin B who had Rian O’Sullivan and Eoin Joy on the mark.
Mastergeeha won away at Tralee Dynamos by the odd goal in 7. Colin O’Leary hit 2 and Darragh Foley and Dara O’Shea one each for the Kilbrean side while Jack O’Donovan, Alif Hossain and Alex Horae were on the mark for Dynamos.
The remaining Last 8 places will be decided when Castleisland take on Iveragh United, Listowel Celtic face Killarney Celtic and Ballyhar are at home to Killarney Athletic. The defeated teams outside of the Premier teams will go into the Shield draw.
Daly’s 13 Premier title decided after play-off:
Having beaten Killarney Celtic last week The Park needed to also win their last League game against Listowel Celtic to take the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier division to a play-off. And they did that in the game played in mid-week in the KDL thanks to a late Immauel Manu goal to seal a 3-2 win. Oisin Healy had scored twice for Listowel Celtic with JJ Olitijan and Jack Slattery on the mark for the Park.
The Premier Division play-off took place in Dragons Den on Sunday and it was the Tralee side that took the lead in the first half. JJ Olitijan got the goal mid-way through the period in a game where both sides did create some chances but there was also some very good defensive work done.
Into the second and Killorglin drew level within 7 minutes of the re-start thanks to a Jack McGrath goal. There were no further goals in normal time and so the title chase went on.
And in extra time it was Killorglin that began to create the chances and went in front through a Liam Hayse cracker from distance. The Park pushed for an equaliser but in added time following a stoppage they got the insurance goal when a long kick out from Darragh Foley was controlled by Stephen Gannon who rounded the keeper and wrapped up the scoring, the win and the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier.
Killorglin the 15 Premier champions
Killorglin are the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier champions after an unbeaten run in the League. In their final game they put in a very strong second half to see off Killarney Celtic in mid-week. They were only 1-0 ahead at half time thanks to an Adam Owens goal. However further goals from Ryan Diggan, Eoghan Hassett 2 and Tom Whittleton 2 gave them the win., the points and the title.
The Killarney derby on Saturday was settled by an Alex Hennigan goal for Athletic as they defeated Celtic 1-0 in Woodlawn. But they also needed their keeper Mathew Ollegga to be in top form to keep them ahead.
Camp Juniors extend their lead at the top of the 16 Premier
Camp Juniors are odds-on favourites to take the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier and they added their further points thanks to a 5-1 away at Killarney Celtic. They were 3-0 up at half time thanks to two goals from Thomas O’Donnell and one from John O’Connor. In the second half O’Donnell hit his third with Maurice O’Connell wrapping up the scoring.
Listowel Celtic and Iveragh United win in the 12 Girls:
Listowel Celtic were 4-0 winners at home to Camp Juniors thanks to two goals from Lisa Slattery 2, Emile Brown and Ava Walsh. They now close the gap to Inter Kenmare and Killarney Celtic Green who lead the way to three points with a game in hand.
Iveragh United three points came thanks to a 6-1 win over Fenit and now move into 4th. Their goals came from Vilte Paulauskaite, Katie Foster 3 and Aimie Kelly 2. Mia O’Connor scored for Fenit and were unlucky not to add to that goal when Meabh Carmody hit the post and crossbar.
Inter close the gap on Celtic Green in 14 Girls:
Inter Kenmare are now only three points behind Killarney Celtic Green as both sides remain unbeaten in the 14 Girls Premier. A Grace Foley goal was enough to give them a 1-0 win at homew to Camp Juniors.
Fenit go above Castleisland after the defeated them 1-0 thanks to a second half goal from Grace Reilly.
Inter miss chance to go joint top in 16’s Girls
A win for Inter Kenmare at Christy Leahy Park would have seen them draw level with Listowel Celtic at the top of the 16 Premier. However the Park, who are new to the League this year, have continuously improved and took a share of the points following a 2-2 draw. Lauren Dowling and Jasmine Ryle got the goals for the Park with Chloe Cremin and Tara Desmond on the mark for Inter.
Girl’s Roll of Honour:
The top performers in the Girls League this week were Katie Foster Iveragh United 12’s, Mia O’Connor Fenit 12’s, Anna Slattery Listowel Celtic 12’s, Lucy Burton Inter 14’s, Laura Reilly and Muireann O’Brien Fenit 14’s, Mya Granville Inter Kenmare 16’s and Jasmine Ryle Park 16’s.
Team of the Week
LB Rovers 15’s
Darren Ryan Ned Ryan Jack Kearney
Killarney Athletic 15’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Fenit 15’s
Daniel Horgan Jack Slattery Eoghan Hassett CJ Daniels
Mastergeeha 15’s Park 12’s Killorglin 15’s Tralee Dynamos 15’s
Daithi O’Shea Maurice O’Connell Zach O’Shea
Ballyhar 13’s Camp Juniors 16’s Inter Kenmare 13’s
KSBGL Cups 2018/19 Round 1