First Week of the New Year’s results and reports

First Week Back after Christmas:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Killarney Athletic A 1-2 Park A
Kingdom Boys A 0-5 Killarney Celtic A
Killorglin A 6-2 Listowel Celtic A
12 Div 1:
Killarney Celtic B 5-0 Listowel Celtic B
Ballyhar 2-0 Kingdom Boys B
Park B 1-3 Mastergeeha
12 Div 2:
Killorglin B 6-1 Fenit
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Premier:
Ballyhar 2-5 Kingdom Boys
Killorglin A 2-7 Listowel Celtic A
Killarney Celtic A 4-0 Mastergeeha
14 Division 1:
Camp 1-3 Park
Killarney Celtic b 7-1 Fenit
Castlemaine 1-3 Killarney Athletic A
14 Division 2:
Killorglin B 4-0 Park B
Castleisland 8-1 Killarney Athletic B
Listowel Celtic b 2-1 Asdee
Tralee Trophy World 16:
North:
Listowel Celtic 9-1 Killarney Celtic B
Park A 7-0 Fenit
Castleisland 2-1 Camp.
South:
Park B 1-1 Killarney Celtic A
Killarney Athletic 2-2 Mastergeeha
Ballyhar 3-1 Killorglin B
Girls 14 Premier:
Killarney Athletic 1-7 Listowel Celtic
Reports:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Leaders Killorglin kept their 6 point lead at the top of the JK Sports 12 Premier after a 6-2 win over Listowel Celtic A. Gar Hassett continued his hot scoring streak netting another hat trick, Jack O’Connor got 2 and Dara Purcell the other for Killorglin. Devon McKenna and Tadgh McEvoy were the Listowel Celtic scorers.
Second placed Killarney Celtic continued to keep the pressure on the leaders as they won 5-0 at Kingdom Boys. Darragh Lyne was in unstoppable form and he helped himself to 4 of the 5 with Ryan Kelliher getting the fifth.
The Park are in third place after a hard fought away win at Killarney Athletic. Alfie Christie and Colin Walsh were on the mark for the Tralee side in a 2-1 win.
12’s Division 1:
Killarney Celtic continue to set the pace and kept their four point lead at the top of the table intact with a 5-0 win over Listowel Celtic B. Ben Lyne and David Cantillon netted two each with Enna Coleman getting the other.
Mastergeeha are in second place on their own as they won 3-1 at The Park thanks to goals from Paul O’Shea 2 and an og with Junior Richards Bio getting the Park B’s only goal.
Ballyhar moved into third place as they leap-frogged their opponents Kingdom Boys after a 2-0 win at Murt Scott Park. Danny Brosnan and Jason Brennan were the scorers.
12 Division 2:
Killorglin B took the opportunity of being the only one of the top three in action to close the gap to the two sides above them. They move onto 10 points, and only two behind second place camp. John Dennehy, Dean Callan, Gary Murphy and Killian Murphy were on the mark for the winners.
O’Callaghan Coaches 14 Premier:
Kingdom Boys have taken over top spot in this division thanks to their fourth straight League win. This time they defeated Ballyhar 5-2. Odhran Liston got two for the Tralee side while the rest came from Dilllon Robinson, Darragh Lowth and an og. Niall O’Donoghue and Dylan O’Sullivan replied for Ballyhar.
Mastergeeha were in top spot but they went down 4-0 to Killarney Celtic who close the gap on the Kilbrean side to a point and have two games in hand. Gary Mathews scored twice and The Hoops had one each from Oran O’Donoghue and Kasper Malinowski.
Listowel Celtic A move onto ten points and level with Mastergeeha in third as they were too strong for Killorglin A. Dara Goulding, Barry O’Mahoney, Neilus Mackessy, Adam Cronin Dara Loughanane and Sheldon Neill were the Listowel Celtic scorers. Aaron McCarthy scored for Killorglin in the first half to keep them in the game but their only second half goal came from Keelin Cahill.
14 Division 1:
The Park are now unbeaten in 7 League games and top of the table on 21 points after their latest win, this time away to Camp. Conor Lowe, Dylan O’Sullivan and Gearoid Dillane scored for the winners. Killarney Celtic B and Killarney Athletic A remain tied in second place after both won. Celtic won 7-1 at home to Fenit thanks to goals from Ryan Brennan Casey, Kuba Milczrek 2, Ryan Casey, Cian Casey, Micheal Devlin and Pat O’Leary.
Athletic were away and took the three points with a 3-1 win in Castlemaine. Killian Kerins scored for the home side but gaols from Jason Coffey 2 and Ciaran Kennedy gave Athletic all three points.
14 Division 2:
It’s a case of as you were as the top three sides were at home in this division and all three won. Leaders Listowel Celtic B just came out the better of neighbours Asdee 2-1. Gary Carey and Cameron Joy scored for the winners while Patrick Kelliher replied for Asdee.
Castleisland were too strong for Killarney Athletic B, whose consolation goal came from Conor Quirke, and are on 15 points three points behind Listowel Celtic.
Killorglin B are a further two points back after their 4-0 win at home to the Park B. Ian McGillicuddy 2, Conor Sugrue and Adam Prendergast were the scorers.
Tralee Trophy World 16 South:
With the top three from the South and North section of the 16’s going on to make up the Premier Division after the split there is still one place up for grabs in the Southern section. Killarney Athletic are through and ended this part of the campaign with a 2-2 draw at home to Mastergeeha. Paul O’Connor and Tadgh O’Mahoney scored for Mastergeeha who are also through. The Park B and Killarney Celtic A drew 1 all which leaves the Tralee side finished on 11 points and Killarney Celtic on 10 with a game to play in the battle for the third spot.
North:
Listowel Celtic and The Park are unbeaten in their five League games to date and will meet each other in the last game before the split to see who tops the table. Both won easily at the weekend with Listowel Celtic too strong for Killarney Celtic B. Dara Sheehy, Cathal Keane, Chris Elbell, Aidan Quirke and Jack Goulding all scored. The Park had goals from James Duggan, Dan Collins, Paudie Griffin, Jason Clifford, Murrough Connolly and Ryan Dolan in their win over Fenit. Kingdom Boys weren’t playing but are guaranteed the third place spot and a place in the Premier.
Castleisland and Camp will be in Division 1 and it was the former who won with a last minute goal when both sides met at the weekend. John McMahon and Maurice Slattery exchanged goals before Sean O’Donoghue got the winner for Castleisland in injury time.
Girls 14 Premier:
Listowel Celtic made it three wins from three to stay top of the table after their win at Killarney Athletic. Leah Henry, Megan Walsh and Shannon Sheehy got the Listowel Celtic goals while Laura O’Sullivan replied for Athletic.
Team of the Week:
Cian Ring
Ballyhar 12’s
Dylan Ronan Neal Carmody Finnan O’Connor Daniel O’Rourke
Fenit 16’s Asdee 14’s Castlemaine 14’s Listowel Celtic 14’s
Sean O’Sullivan Brian Crowley Ciaran Killeen Odhran Liston
Killarney Athletic 14’s Mastergeeha 16’s Park 14’s Kingdom Boys 14’s
Darragh Lyne Gar Hassett
Killarney Celtic 12’s Killorglin 12’s