Games go ahead despite the weather:
SFAI Regional Cup ¼ Final:
12’s Pike Rovers – Killorglin
16’s Park – Shannon Town
Killorglin – Regional United
JK Sports 12 Premier
Killarney Athletic 6-0 Camp Juniors
Mastergeeha 1-1 Park
Listowel Celtic 1-1 Killarney Celtic
12’s Division 2 South
MEK Galaxy 1-0 Killarney Athletic
Killorglin B 0-1 Inter Kenmare B
12’s Division 2 North Top 4
Park 3-3 Litowel Celtic
Ballyheigue 3-0 Mastergeeha
Castleisland 4–4 Fenit
Camp Juniors 1-2 Tralee Dynamos
World of Tiles 13 Premier
Killarney Celtic 1-0 Tralee Dynamos
Slattery’s Carpets 14 Premier
Listowel Celtic 0-7 Park
Castleisland 2-0 Killarney Celtic
Killarney Athletic 2-2 Tralee Dynamos
Killorglin B 3-0 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Athletic B – Inter Kenmare
14 Division 2
Ballyhar Dynamos 3-3 Mastergeeha
Castleisland 5-3 MEK Galaxy
Park 9-3 Dingle Bay Rovers
Tralee Trophy World 16 Shield
Group 1 Inter Kenmare 1-8 Tralee Dynamos
Group 2 Listowel Celtic 2-1 MEK Galaxy
Group 3 Mastergeeha 2-1 LB Rovers
Regional quarter finals of SFAI Competitions:
St Brendan’s Park continued their run in the SFAI competitions and are now into the Regional semi-final as well as still being involved in the National Cup. Goals from Sean Healy 2, Cianan Cooney, Sean O’Connor, Sean O’Connell, Cillian Murphy and Colin Doody saw them progress. The Park will be at home to Charleville in their semi-final.
The dream off an all Kerry final in the 16’s Regional is still alive after Killorglin defeated Regional United 3-1 to set up an away trip to Avenue in Clare in their last four game. The Killorglin goals came from Ryan Diggan, Jack O’Sullivan and Darragh Burke.
Killorglin 12’s run in National competitions came to an end in the SFAI Regional quarter final as they lost out to Pike Rovers. Ciaran Birmingham got the Killorglin goal.
Only 2 games survive in the 10’s Cup and Shield
The majority of the u10’s Cup and Shield games fell to the weather bar the MEK and Park games in both competitions. And it was the Tralee side that took a narrow win in both games.
6 from 6 for Athletic as they go top of 12’s:
Killarney Athletic are now on full points from their 6 games and top of the JK Sports 12 Division 1 thanks to a home win over Camp Juniors. Their goals came from Szymon Jasinski, Brian McCarthy, Cillian Coffey, Evan Doona, Grajan Pawlak and Jake Nash.
The other two games in the Division ended in 1-1 draws. Mastergeeha and Park drew 1-1 thanks to goals from Zach Cronin for the home side and Ethan Ballard for the boys from Tralee. Mark Looney scored for Killarney in the battle of the Celtic’s but Listowel equalised in the second half to ensure a share of the points.
Division 1 game ended early:
The u12 Division 1 game between The Park and Ballyhar was blown-up early by the referee and the weather took a turn for the worst and the game will be rescheduled.
MEK go joint top of 12 Division 2 South
A goal from Thomas O’Shaughnessy was enough to give MEK Galaxy B the win over Killarney Athletic and sees MEK go joint top of the Division. The other game was also decided by just one goal with a James Law-Braney goal giving Inter Kenmare B an away win at Killorglin B.
Park stay top of 12’s despite first points dropped:
Listowel Celtic did something that no other team has done in the u12 Division 2 North Top 4 section. They took points off the Park in a 3-3 draw but the Tralee side still lead the Division on 25 points from 9 games. Listowel Celtic remains in third place.
In the other game second placed Ballyheigue took advantage to close the gap on Athletic by two points. They defeated Mastergeeha 3-0 with goals from Xzavier, Mathew O’Sullivan and Aodhan Horgan.
In the Shield Section Castleisland and Fenit drew 4-4 in a cracker in Georgie O’Callaghan Park. Fergal Enright 2, Tom McCarthy and Sean O’Connor got the home sides goals. For Fenit Sean Cronin got 2 with Diarmuid Murphy and Gavin Deasy getting the other two goals.
Mid- Week game in the 13 Premier
There was one game in the World of Tiles 13 Premier with an Andi O’Casaigh goal giving Killarney Celtic a 1-0 win at home to Tralee Dynamos. Celtic needed goalkeeper Pearce Moynihan to save them on a number of occasions.
Park extend lead in the 14 Premier
In the Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 14 Premier leaders the Park were winners away at Listowel Celtic thanks to goals from William Jakpobi, Mo Abdalla, Mark Lynch, Justin O’Sullivan and Jack Slattery.
Second placed Killarney Athletic drew 2-2 with Tralee Dynamos in Woodlawn. Paddy McMahon put the Tralee side ahead but Tom Benson equalised. Pierce Lowth restored the Dynamos lead but an Oran O’Neill goal ensured a share of the points.
Castleisland hit a goal in each half to see off 3rd placed Killarney Celtic 2-0 with Jack Joy and Kian Downey on the mark.
Inter go joint top of 14 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare defeated leaders Killarney Athletic B in Woodlawn to join them on 15 points at the top of the table but the Kenmare side have played a game more. Killorglin B are up to 14 points after taking the points from Killarney Celtic B.
All very tight in 14’s Division 2:
With leaders Killorglin not in action The Park took full advantage to close the gap to within a point of the leaders who do have games in hand. The Park’s goals came from Zach Garvey, Arek Jaszczynski, Marcus Connolly, Kuba Mikolajczuk, Marwan Elassar and Kristan Lyne. Emily Nic Gearailt and brother and sister Jack and Ella Sheehy replied for Dingle Bay.
Castleisland had four goals from Jack Joy and one from Owen Joy in their win at home to MEK Galaxy. Their goals came from Tadgh Gosney, Noah O’Shea and Darragh O’Neill.
Opening round of 16 League Shield
In Group 1 of the 16 Shield Tralee Dynamos won away at Inter Kenmare. Their goals came from Jamie O’Shea, Donnagh Stevenson, Darragh Commane, Andy Rogers, Nathan Rogers, Eric McMahon and Adam Murphy. In the same group Ballyhar Dynamos won at home in Mort Scott Park against Ballyheigue.
In Group2, Listowel Celtic had goals from Ajan Behan and Darragh Long as they defeated LB Rovers. Kieran O’Carroll had put LB 1-0.
A win and a draw in the 15’s Girls Premier:
Castleisland were 2-0 winners at home to Fenit with Seana Wilkinson getting both goals for the home side. In the other game Grace Foley scored for Inter Kenmare and Eabha Lyne got one for Camp Juniors as the sides drew 1-1.
Girls Roll of Honour
Kayla Getkate Dingle Bay Rovers, playing with the Boys 14’s, Saoirse McCarthy Camp Juniors, Molly Foley and Tara Cremin Inter Kenmare, Grace Stack and Laura Reilly Fenit and Holly Horan Castleisland.
Team of the Week:
Killarney Celtic 13’s
Sean Cronin Mark O’Carroll Brandon Long John Burke
Fenit 12’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Tralee Dynamos 14’s Killorglin 16’s
Issac Brosnan James Law-Braney Mark Lynch Evan Doona
Castleisland 14’s Inter Kenmare 12’s Park 14’s Camp Juniors 12’s
Adam Whitty Corey Campion
Mastergeeha 14’s MEK Galaxy 14’s
Games go ahead despite the weather: