Killarney Celtic through to Skechers 12’s Regional Final:
Skechers 12’s Regional Cup:
Semi-Final: Killarney Celtic 1-1 Mungret Regional,
Killarney Celtic win 6-5 on penalties.
Play Off: Avenue United 1-1 Park
Avenue win 4-3 on penalties.
Skechers 13’s Regional Cup:
Play Off: Moneypoint 1-3 Park.
JK Sports 12’s
Mastergeeha 0-2 Killorglin A
Listowel Celtic 3-1 Iveragh United
Division 1:
Camp Juniors 4-2 Fenit
Park B 2-8 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Athletic 8-2 Killarney Celtic B
Division 2:
Killorglin B 3-3 Mastergeeha B
Killarney Athletic B 0-4 Dingle Bay Rovers
JK Sports 12 Girls Premier:
Listowel Celtic 4-3 Inter Kenmare
Foundation Sports 14Premier:
Mastergeeha 2-5 Park A
Killarney Celtic A 0-1 Killorglin A
Listowel Celtic A 1-2 Camp Juniors
Division 1:
Tralee Dynamos 2-4 Killarney Athletic
Killorglin B 1-6 Inter Kenmare
Fenit 3-0 Killarney Celtic B
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Tralee Dynamos 2-3 Park A
Killorglin 5-1 Mastergeeha
Division 1:
Ballyhar 3-0 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Athletic 4-2 Listowel Celtic A
Division 2:
St Bernard’s 3-4 Asdee
Listowel Celtic B 3-0 Fenit
Killarney Celtic through to Skechers 12’s Regional Final:
Last week Killarney Celtic’s 12’s were devastated when they went out of the National Cup on penalties. This weekend their emotions are the total opposite as they have qualified for the Skechers 12’s Regional Final, in its inaugural year, with a penalty win over Mungret Regional.
Killarney Celtic led until late on through a Brian O’Sullivan goal but the Limerick side were level inside the last 5 minutes. With no further scoring in normal or extra time it was onto penalties. Jack O’Sullivan, Celum Cronin, Dara O’Shea, Nattagan Ryan, Cathal O’Donoghue and Kalvin O’Sullivan were all successful from the spot to send Celtic into the decider.
In that Regional final they will meet either Avenue for Clare or Limerick’s Fairview Rangers after the side from the Banner knocked out The Park. Mike Tansley scored for the Tralee boys in a 1-1 draw after extra time. However luck just deserted them in the shoot-out as they went out 4-3. Damien Hogan, Odhran Ferris and Callum O’Sullivan were successful from the spot.
Park 13’s into Regional Semi-Final:
The Park’s 13’s great run continues as they followed up last week’s qualification for the Last 16 of the National Cup with progression to the semi-final of the Regional. They were 3-1 winner away at Moneypoint. Kieran O’Connor, Adam Wharton and Cianan Cooney from the penalty spot saw the Park through to a home clash with Charleville. Nenagh play Aisling Annacotty in the other semi-final.
League Reports:
Leaders beaten in 12 Premier:
Leaders Iveragh United were beaten 3-1 by Listowel Celtic in the JK Sports 12 Premier. A Cormac Dillon hat-trick gave the North Kerry side all three points. However the South Kerry side still lead the Division with Killarney Celtic, who didn’t play, in second.
Third placed Mastergeeha were also beaten going down 2-0 to Killorglin thanks to goals from Jack Lynch and John Touhy.
Athletic now 5 from 5 in Division 1:
Killarney Athletic are still unbeaten and lead the 12 Division 1 table on 15 points from their 5 game. They were too strong on the day for second placed Killarney Celtic B. Tom Benson 2, Neil O’Carroll 2, Alex Hennigan 2, Oisin Lynch and Donnacha Coffey got the goals for Athletic. Fionn Noctor and Jamie O’Donoghue got the Celtic goals.
The two sides in 3rd place at the start of play now make it a 3 way tie for second as they join Killarney Celtic on 9 points. Camp Juniors were 4-2 winners at home to Fenit. Darragh Quirke with a 35 yard free kick, Jason Casey, Paudie Fitzgerald and CJ Daniels were on the mark for Camp Juniors while Ger O’Connor and Josh Elvins got the goals for Fenit.
Inter Kenmare had goals from Yago Cormel, Darren Allman, Sean Treyvaud, Tom Crushell and Kieran Reilly in their win over Park B.
6 up for Dingle Bay in Division 2:
Dingle Bay Rovers are now on 6 wins from 6 games and top of Division 2 on 18 points following their 4-0 win over Killarney Athletic B. Danny Kavanagh hit a hat trick and Paddy Ryan 1 for the West Kerry side.
Mastergeeha’s point from their 3-3 draw sees them close to within one of second placed Tralee Dynamos. Ryan McGurl, Liam O’Leary and David O’Riordan got the Mastergeeha goals.
12 Girls Premier:
Something had to give when the two unbeaten sides met in the JK Sports 12 Girls Premier and in the end it was Listowel Celtic who took the points with a 4-3 win over Inter Kenmare. Kelly Enright, Ciara Henderson and Ella Buckley and Mary Kearney got the Celtic goals.
Inter Kenmare pushed Listowel Celtic all the way and their goals came from Chloe Cremin 2 and Helena O’Donoghue.
Sweet 6 for Killorglin in 14 Premier:
Killorglin continue to be unbeaten in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier and are now on 18 points. They were pushed all the way by Killarney Celtic and there was only one goal in the game. It was Killorglin’s Eoghan Hassett that got the vital strike.
The Park remains 2 points behind Killorglin after their win away to Mastergeeha. Goals from Thomas O’Sullivan and John O’Connor saw the sides tied at 2-2 at the break. The Park management brought on Graham Sheehy in the centre of mid-field and he scored twice and set up the 5th for Jamie Fitzgerald to swing the game in the Park’s favour.
Third placed Camp Juniors also won to keep pace with the top 2 in a close fought encounter away to Listowel Celtic. Camp went in front on 10 minutes through Thomas O’Donnell and doubled their lead when Donal Crean chipped the Listowel Celtic keeper. Kian Clancy pulled one back for Listowel with an excellent free kick to set up and exciting finish.
Ballyhar remain top of Division 1:
With leaders Ballyhar on 19 points not playing Tralee Dynamos missed the chance to join them at the top as they went down 4-2 at home to Killarney Athletic. Roko Rujevcan and Eoghan Mulvanney both scored twice for Athletic while Danny Burke and Andy Rogers got the Dynamos goals.
Inter Kenmare moved into third place with a 6-1 away win at Killorglin B. Corey Murphy hit 4 for Inter with Aodhan McGearailt and Eoin O’Shea getting the other two for Inter.
Fenit are into the top 5 after taking the points in a 3-0 win against Killarney Celtic B.
Park unblemished after 6 in 16 Premier:
The Park move onto 18 points and 6 wins from 6 in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier. A Sean McGrath hat trick was just enough to see of neighbours and nearest challengers Tralee Dynamos. Tynison Efegbare and Brian O’Dowd got the Dynamos goals.
Killorglin moved onto 7 points and closed to within two of Dynamos after a 5-1 win at home to Killorglin.
Only 1 point between top two in Division 1:
Killarney Atlhetic moved to within a point of leaders Camp Juniors, who were not in action, with a 4-2 win over Listowel Celtic A. A Tadgh Doolan 25 yarder put the Killarney side ahead before Listowel Celtic equalised on the stroke of half time. Harry Potts, with a deft chip, and a long range Liam Kelliher free kick put Athletic 3-1 in front before Listowel Celtic hit back again.
Tadgh Doolan’s late penalty ensured the win and all three points for Athletic.
Ballyhar are up to third after they picked up three points recording a 3-0 win over Inter Kenmare.
Leading Saints downed by Asdee:
The table topping North Kerry derby has seen Asdee Rovers defeat St Bernard’s and close the gap on them to 1 point with a game in hand, taking a vital three points.
Eric Daly, Alejandro Mirastany, Barry O’Neill got the goals for Asdee Rovers with the fourth being an og. Darragh Slattery, Oisin Maunsell and Aaron Malik were on the mark for St Bernard’s.
Listowel Celtic B took the three points from their fixture with Fenit.
Team of the Week:
Caelum Cronin
Killarney Celtic 12’s
Saoirse Buckley John Burke Conor Twomey
Inter Kenmare 12’s Killorglin 12’s Asdee 16’s
Sean Dillane Graham Sheehy Alex Hennigan Liam O’Leary
Tralee Dynamos 14’s Park 14’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Mastergeeha 12’s
Cormac Dillon Danny Kavanagh Darragh Quirke
Listowel Celtic 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s Camp Juniors 12’s