Games played to honour Niall’s memory:
Skechers National Cups
12’s Round 2:
Killarney Celtic 0-1 Aisling Annacotty
Corbally United 1-3 Park
14’s Round 2:
Kildimo 0-1 Killorglin
Inter Kenmare 3-2 Fairview Rangers
Carew Park 0-6 Mastergeeha
Avenue United 0-1 Killarney Celtic AET
Newcastlewest 3-0 Iveragh United
14’s Round 3:
Listowel Celtic 2-1 Pike Rovers AET
16’S Round 2:
Listowel Celtic 6-0 Summerville
Geraldines 1-5 Killorglin
VITHIT League Reports
JK Sports 12’s Premier
Listowel Celtic 1-1 LB Rovers
Killorglin 1-3 Killarney Athletic
Inter Kenmare 2-1 Listowel Celtic
12’s Division 1
Tralee Dynamos B 0-1 Killarney Celtic B
Listowel Celtic B 1-5 Mastergeeha A
Fenit 7-1 Ballyhar
Camp Juniors 2-3 Killarney Athletic B
Park B 1-2 Inter Kenmare B
12’S Division 2 South
Killarney Athletic 1-5 MEK
Mastergeeha 2-4 Killarney Celtic
Killorglin 1-3 Iveragh United
12 Division 2 North
LB Rovers 1-2 Park
Balltheigue 4-7 Camp Juniors
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 2 North
Park B 6-0 Castleisland
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Division 1
Tralee Dynamos 8-3 Park
Killarney Celtic 2-2 Fenit
14’s Division 2
Mastergeeha 3-5 MEK
Killarney Athletic B 0-6 Dingle Bay Rovers
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
St Brendan’s Park 8-1 Tralee Dynamos
16 Division 1
Rattoo Rovers 3-1 Windmill United
12 Girls Premier
Fenit 0-8 Killarney Celtic White
MEK Kickerz 4-6 Killarney Celtic Green
16 Girls Premier
Inter Kemare 3-0 Killarney Athletic
Fenit 2-4 Park
Niall remembered by Minute’s Silence before many games:
It was a sombre Kerry Schoolboys Girls League at the weekend as the death of Niall McGillycuddy came through on Friday. A multi-talented young sportsman Niall played soccer for Killarney Celtic and Kerry. A Minutes Silence was perfectly observed at the start of many games as many of those who played with him and against him remembers a sporting life that was over way to soon.
National Cup journey continues for many:
In the 12’s National Cup St Brendan’s Park are into the next round following a come from behind win away at Corbally United in Limerick.
Down 1-0 at the break the Tralee side hit three unanswered goals from Sam Slattery 2 and Ronan Carroll
Killarney Celtic went behind early at home to an impressive Aisling Annacotty side. They battled well for the rest of the game with Joey McCarthy and Fiana Bradley both going close while keeper Pearse Moynihan did very well on a busy day. As they were chasing hard to get one back the home side were caught on the break.
4 Sides through in the 14’s:
Some of the best performances of the day came in this section with four Kerry sides having very impressive wins. Inter Kenmare were at home to Limerick hot shots Fairview Rangers and struck late for a very good win. The Inter goals came from man of the match Sean Treyvaud, Yago Cornide and Darragh O’Connor. The Kerry side were also grateful to goalkeeper Eoghan McCarthy who was excellent on the day.
Mastergeeha went to Limerick and easily went through against Carew Park. Their goals came from Eoin Kelly, Jack Fogarty, Alan O’Leary, Iggy O’Leary, Cian Murry and Jack O’Donoghue.
Killarney Celtic went all the way to extra time before Eoghan Crowley got the only goal for the Hoops away at Avenue United from Clare.
Unfortunately Killorglin are out going down 1-0 away to Kildimo while Iveragh United are also out with Newcastlewest going through.
A round ahead and now into Round 4 are Listowel Celtic who defeated Pike Rovers 2-1 after extra time. Robert Heffernan and Cormac Dillon got the goals for the North Kerry Hoops with their player Fearghal Cudlipp as the player of the match.
2 out of two through in 16’s:
Both Kerry sides in the 16’s are through to the next round. Listowel Celtic were too strong to Summerville United thanks to goals from Adam Segal’s long range effort, 2 crackers from Chris McQuaid and Dylan Quinn who got in to twice to score from two one on ones.
Killorglin made the trip to Geraldines a winning one with Dylan Moriarty 2, Cillian Burke, Keith Evans and Darragh Callan all on the mark in the win.
The Killarney Celtic versus Mastergeeha game will be playing in the coming week or two.
Good Day for Killarney Celtic in 12 Girls Premier:
Killarney Celtic’s strength in depth at this age was evident as both their u12 Girl teams took wins. The White team were a bit too strong for a younger Fenit side. Naoise O’Donoghue, Eve Culhane, Aine Fitzgerald, Amber McIndoe Abbie Finnan and Casey Mullroy were all on the score sheet.
The Killarney Celtic Green side were involved in a great battle just coming out on top away to MEK. Jessica Leggate, Liadh Ford, Kate Ford and Cora O’Donovan got the goals for Celtic with Izzy McGrath, Kate McCann and Ruby Gaffey getting the MEK goals.
Park’s first win in the 16’s Girls Premier:
St Brendan’s Park u16’s Girls will be delighted to have secured their first win from just their second game. The Park went 2-0 up early on but Fenit pulled one back before the break. The Park restored their 2 goal lead before Muireann O’Brien got her second to give Fenit renewed hope. However the Tralee side got the last goal to wrap up the win with their goals coming from Emily Crowe, Jasmine Ryle, Lauren Dowling and player of the match Dakota Carter Flynn.
Inter Kenmare were 3-0 winners at home to Killarney Athletic. Chloe Cremin2 and Grace Foley were the Inter scorers while Sarah Taylor was excellent in defence. For Athletic Sara Neher, Laura O’Carroll and Jean Foley were the best on show.
Home win, away win and draw in the 12 Premier:
Action in the JK Sports Premier began on Wednesday night when Listowel Celtic and LB Rovers shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Michael Houlihan got the MEK goal.
On Saturday Killarney Athletic won away to Killorglin. Luke Doolan got two and Liam Henningan the other in a 3-1 win. Adam O’Neill replied for Killorglin. Inter Kenmare were 2-1 winners at home to Listowel Celtic.
All teams in action in 12’s Division 1:
Killarney Celtic B’s Leon Bowler made his return from injury a memorable one when he got the only goal of the game in a 1-0 away win at Tralee Dynamos. The goal came in the first half. Dynamos had good performances from Mollie Duggan, Odhran Foley, Christy Burke and Tobi Obadina but they just could not find the equaliser.
Two goals each from Sean Cox and Mathew Kennedy and one from Ronan McCarthy gave Mastergeeha at 5-1 away win at Listowel Celtic B.
Killarney Athletic B brought home the three points from their trip to Camp Juniors. The sides were tied a 1 all at the break. Craig Leggett made it a good day for the family as he got the first for Athletic while his sister also scored in her game. Karl James O’Neill and Luke Courtney were the other two scorers for the Woodlawn side. David Moore got both goals for the home side.
Inter Kenmare’s journey to Tralee was a happy one as they took the points from their visit to Christy Leahy Park winning 2-1. Cathal McSweeney and Robert O’Donovan got Inters goal while Oisin Breen replied for The Park.
Fenit were too strong for Ballyhar and took all points thanks to scores from Aaron Harty, Jayden Deedy, Tom Quilter and Cian McKenna.
Action North and South in Division 2:
In the JK Sports 12 Division 2 North The Park just got the better of LB Rovers with Edison Jahiri scoring from the penalty spot and Sean O’Neill getting the goals for the Tralee side. Alan O’Carroll replied for the Rovers who also had keeper Jermiah Murphy is outstanding form.
2 goals from Shay Barrett and one each from Adam Thornton and Mathew O’Sullivan were not enough to get Ballyheigue anything from their game against Camp Juniors who won 7-4.
In the Southern section Eanna Murphy had a great day in front of goal netting 4 with a fifth added to be a James Clifford strike in MEK’s win over Killarney Athletic. John O’Sullivan was on the mark in Woodlawn for the home side.
Killarney Celtic were 4-2 winners away at Masrtergeeha for whom Thomas Myers and Owen Cashman scored.
Iveragh United took the win away to Killorglin. Daithi Sugure, Cillian O’Sullivan and Mark O’Connor scored for the South Kerry boys with Rioghan O’Sullivan replying for Killorglin.
Park 13’s win in mid-week
In the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 2 North The Park B defeated Catleisland thanks to goals from Sam Slattery 3, Ryan O’Donnell, Lee Wharton and Ciaran O’Connell. Despite being on the losing side Castleisland goalkeeper Conor Martin did very well.
Games in the 14’s Division 1 and 2:
With the Premier sides in the National Cup the action in the Quills Woollen Mills was in Division 1 and 2. In Division 1 Tralee Dynamos were the winners against neighbours the Park. The Dynamos goals came from Liam Moroney, Alex Hoare, Jake Hoare, Damian Hogan, Evan Quilligan, Seanie McElligott and Sean Whealan. Rodrigo Pinho and Ghazia replied for the Park.
Killarney Celtic and Fenit shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Fenit led 1-0 at the break thanks to Tiernan O’Sullivan but 2 goals from Celtic’s Tyler Bolster and one from Fenit’s Billy Doyle ensured a share of the spoils.
In Division 2 Mastergeeha and MEK met in Kilbrean Park and it was the visitors that left with the points. Aaron Dinham 2, Max Leon, Darragh O’Neill and Tadgh Gosney got their goals. Kieran Nagle, Gavin Cronin and Euan Evans got the goals for the home side.
Dingle Bay Rovers enjoyed their visit to Woodlawn as the defeated Killarney Athletic thanks to goals from James Hoare, Oscar Donnegan, Patrick Cahill and Kieran Moran.
Park win derby in 16 Premier:
The Park proved to be too strong for neighbours Tralee Dynamos in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier. The Park’s goals came from Rob Vassiu, Mark Curtin, Sean Kederski, Matt Healy 2 and David O’Callaghan 2.
Rattoo win in Division 1:
Goals from Martin Brosnan, Jordan Goggin and Jedd Maunsell saw Rattoo Rovers get the better of Windmill United who had James O’Sullivan on the mark.
Team of the Week
Paddy Roan David McCarthy Colm O’Halloran TJ Healy
Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s Castleisland 12’s Park 13’s Windmill United 16’s
Gracjan Pavlok Eanna Murphy Mark O’Connor Dylan Harrington
Killarney Athletic 12’s MEK 12’s Ivaragh United 12’s Camp Junior 12’s
Leon Bowler Shay Barrett
Killarney Celtic 12’s Ballyheigue 12’s
Games played to honour Niall’s memory: