Girl’s games get underway in National Cup and KSBGL:
National Cups Girls:
Round 1:
12’s – MEK Galaxy 1–7 Ballymackey FC
16’s – Inter Kenmare 3 –1 Kilmallock
National Cup Boys:
Round 1:
12’s Caherconlish 0–3 Castleisland
13’s Lough Derg 4–0 Killorglin
Girls League
13’s Premier
Fenit Samphires 1–6 St Brendan’s Park
Listowel Celtic 6–0 Killarney Athletic Blue
13’s Division
Killarney Athletic White1 –6 Mastergeeha
16’s Premier
Listowel Celtic2 –6 Camp Juniors
16’s Division 1
Castleisland 0–1 St Brendan’s Park
Iveragh United 3–7 Fenit Samphires
Boys League
Slattery’s Carpets 12’s
Premier
Tralee Dynamos 3-4 LB Rovers
Division 2
Camp Juniors 1-2 Mastergeha B
13’s Premier
Mastergeeha 3–0 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Celtic A 5–0 Listowel Celtic A
Fenit Samphires 3–0 MEK Galaxy
St Brendan’s Park A 4–0 Tralee Dynamos
13’s Division 1
Listowel Celtic B 0–7 Ballyhar Dynamos
Castleisland 2–2 St Brendan’s Park B
St Brendan’s Park C 4–4 Iveragh United
13’s Division 2 South
MEK Galaxy B 0–1 Mastergeeha B
Inter Kenmare 3–1 Killarney Athletic C
13’s Division 2 North
Camp Juniors 5–1 St Brendan’s Park D
LB Rovers 4–3 Fenit Samphires B
15’s Premier
Killarney Celtic A 1–2 Mastergeeha
St Brendan’s Park 2 –6 Killorglin
Killarney Athletic 5–0 LB Rovers
15’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare 5–0 Camp Juniors
Killorglin B4 –1 MEK Galaxy
Fenit Samphires 1–1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Ballyhar Dynamos 0–7 Iveragh United
15’s Division 2
Tralee Dynamos B2 –2 St Brendan’s Park B
Killarney Athletic 1–1 Listowel Celtic
Kennedy Cup Group F
Kerry 5–2 North Tipperary
Match Reports
Second win in Kennedy Cup Group Stages for Kerry
Kerry 5-2 North Tipperary
Kerry wrapped up their Kennedy Cup Group F campaign with a 5-2 win over North Tipperary at Listowel Celtic. Kerry started well with Fionn Doolan and Luke Doolan bringing sales from the North Tipperary keeper but they also threatened only for Harvey Mangan to make a very good save.
And the visitors went in front in the 7th minute when Austin Duff was able to pick his spot and he finished very well. Kerry upped the pace and looked like they had equalised only for Luke Doolan’s shot to back off the inside of the post.
However Kerry were level in the 28th minute when Doolan was fouled in the box and he stepped up to slot the spot kick home.
And inside five minutes of the second half a pin point Sam Slattery cross was headed home by Fionn Daly. North Tipp were battling hard and Kerry needed a last ditch tackle from Eanna Murphy to stay ahead.
The home side doubled their lead in the 42nd minute when Brian O’Shea set up Jayden Deady but a ball over the top of the Kerry defence 5 minutes later saw Paul Molloy outpace the retreating defenders to smash the ball past Mangan to close the gap to 1 goal.
Kerry again upped the pace of their build-up play and O’Shea was again the provider, this time for James Jones in the 52nd minute and the win was completed when Ryan Carroll hit their fifth.
Billy Stacks charges finish the Group in second place behind Limerick District and now wait for their final draw as the Kennedy Cup enters the knock out stages.
Inter through to Girls National Cup Round 2
It is great to see so many Kerry sides entering into this year’s Girls National Cup. MEK Galaxy 12’s battled hard at home but Ballymackey were too strong for the Kerry girls whose goal came from Isabelle Fleming.
Inter Kenmare 16’s had a very impressive 3-1 win at home to Kilmallock thanks to goals from Grace Foley, Laoise Carey and Phoebe O’Shea. They will play Killarney Celtic in Round 2.
Castleisland FC progress in 12’s Boys National Cup:
Castleisland FC made the trip to Caherconlish a winning one thanks to goals from Daniel O’Connor, Ronan O’Connor and Dean O’Donoghue setting up a home tie in Round 2.
Killorglin went out of the 13’s competition away to Lough Derg in Tipperary.
Opening Weekend of Girls League
13’s Premier: There were wins for St Brendan’s Park and Listowel Celtic on the opening day of the Girls League. The Park won away at Fenit with goals from Alannah Crossan, Malwina Jankowski and Niamh Fitzgibbon. Alisha Deady replied for Fenit.
Listowel Celtic had goals from Emily Kissane 2, Mary Wolskaz, Sinead Lyons and Laura Meehan in their home win over Killarney Athletic Blue.
13’s Division 1: In the only game to survive the weather in this Division Mastergeeha made the short trip to Woodlawn as they defeated Killarney Athletic White who had Roksana Wawro on the mark. For Mastergeeha the goals came from Amy Brosnan, Laura Buckley, Grace Murphy, Ellie O’Sullivan, Rebecca Murphy, Tara Bowler and Emma Houlihan.
16’s Premier: In the 16’s Premier Listowel Celtic had goals from Lisa Slattery and Laura Falvey but it was visitors Camp Juniors who took the points.
16’s Division 1: A Ciara Drummy goal was the difference between the sides as St Brendan’s Park won 1-0 away at Castleisland in Georgie O’Callaghan Park.
In the Girls 16’s Division 1 three goals from Lilly Nowak, two from Isabel Moriarty and one each from Laura Reilly and Grace Reilly gave Fenit Samphires the win over Iveragh United. Madbh Courtney, Aine Kelly and Clara Daly scored for the South Kerry side.
Slattery’s 12’s Premier kicks off the weekend:
On Friday night the first of nearly 40 games took place with LB Rovers winning by the odd goal in seven at Tralee Dynamos. For the North Kerry side Ewan Mannix hit a hat trick and Maurice Whelan got the fourth while Danny Lane, Callum Ross and an og were the Dynamos scorers.
There was one game in 12’s Division 1 on Saturday when Mastergeeha made the trip to Camp Juniors a winning one.Calllum O’Leary and Diarmuid O’Carroll scored for Mastergeeha with Keelan Clifford replying for Camp Juniors B.
Home wins 13 Premier
St Brendan’s Park defeated neighbours Tralee Dynamos with 2 goals in each half. Danny Kingston scored the first with a header from a corner with Edison Jahiri getting the second before the break. Tuoyo King scored a cracking third and the fourth was an og as the Park took all three points. Adrian Molloy was the best on the day for Dynamos.
Con Dealy, Jack Murphy and Ryan Guerin scored for Mastergeeha in their home win over Killarney Athletic at Kilbrean Park.
The battle of the Celtic’s took place in Killarney with Killarney defeating Listowel at Celtic Park. The home sides goals came from Sean Collins, Samuel Scroope, Daire Horan, Jack Culloty and Samuel Sjogren.
Dara Harty score in the first half with Mikey Corridan and Cillian O’Brien netting after the break as they won at home to MEK Galaxy.
Ballyhar Dynamos only winners in 13’s Division 1:
It was a good day for Ballyhar Dynamos in the 13’s Division 1 as they were the only side to take all three points. They won away at Listowel Celtic B with their goals coming from Donnacha Lynch 2, Aran Moriarty, Jack O’Shea, Daniel Downes, Isaac Vickers and Sean Brosnan.
Castleisland and St Brendan’s Park B drew 2-2 with Tadgh McCarthy getting both goals for the home side in the first half. Rhys O’Connor pulled one back before the break and Sean Og O’Connor equalised in the second half.
St Brendan’s Park C and Iveragh United shared 8 goals and the points in a thriller in Christy Leahy Park. Kieran Dwyer 2, Killian O’Connell and Darragh Fogarty were on the mark for Iveragh United. Calvin O’Sullivan 2, Kylan O’Carroll and Ibrahaim Husam got the Iveragh United goal.
Two games in 13 Division 2 South:
Goals from Alasdair Dewar, Matty Miles and Oisin O’Connor gave Inter Kenmare B the win at home to Killarney Athletic C.
A goal from Brian McGuire was enough to give Mastergeeha B a 1-0 win away to MEK Galaxy B. It was a good day for the McGuire brother as Hugh impressed in goals for Mastergeeha.
Home wins in 13 Division 2 North:
Both the home sides won in the 13’s Division 2 North with a hat trick from Conor Flaherty and one each from Addy Nolan and Eoin Mangan gave Camp Juniors the win over St Brendan’s Park D with Ike Echeme on the mark for them. There were two hat tricks in the LB Rovers v Fenit Smaphires B game. For the home side Conor O’Reilly got three and Thomas Scanlon while Cillian Foley did all he could for Fenit getting three of his own and they also had keeper Oisin Murphy in good form making some vital saves to keep them in the game.
One home and two away wins in 15 Premier
Two goals from Sean McAuliffe gave Mastergeeha an away win at Killarney Celtic A whose goal came from Oisin Fleming.
Aaron O’Neill and Adam O’Neill both scored twice and Cormac Moriarty got the goals for Killorglin in their win away at St Brendan’s Park.
Brian O’Shea and Fionn Daly both scored twice for Killarney Athletic and Luke Doolan once in Killarney Athletic’s win over LB Rovers in Woodlawn.
Busy day in 15’s Division 1
The 15’s Division 1 was one of the busiest Divisions of the weekend with 8 teams in action. Two games each from Robbie Guest and David O’Brien and one from Rossa Macgearlt gaive Inter Kenmare the win over Camp Juniors.
All the goals came in the second half in Killorglin B’s win over MEK Galaxy. Javier Caynon, Rioghan O’Sullivan and Callum Russell put Killorglin 3-0 up. Jamie Vousden pulled one back before Luke Cahillane wrapped up the scoring for Killorglin B.
Jayden Deady put Fenit Samphires 1-0 up at half time but Dingle Bay Rovers Cian McGearailt equalised in the second half.
Iveragh United were too strong for Ballyhar Dynamos at Murt Scott Park. The goals came from Marc O’Connor 2 and one each from Zach Driscoll, Jake Moriarty, Daithi Sugrue and David Kennedy.
Two draws in 15 Division 2:
Ryan Onyawkere scored from the penalty spot and Oskar Sampolski were on the mark for St Brendan’s Park B as they drew 2-2 at home to neighbours St Brendan’s Park B. The Park goals were both scored by Fabian Petryszynz.
Team of the Week
Paddy O’Shea Cournane
Camp Juniors 13’s
Conor Koteze Padraig O’Sullivan Diarmuid Murphy
MEK Galaxy 13’s Ballyhar Dynamos 13’s Fenit Samphires 13’s
Danny Lane Sean Maher Luke Cahillane Aodhna O’Beaglaoich
Tralee Dynamos 12’s Mastergeeha15’s Killorglin 15’s Dingle Bay Rover 15’s
Cillian Moroney Ewan Mannix Fabian Petrynszyn
Castleisland 13’s LB Rovers 12’s St Brendan’s Park 15’s
Girl’s Roll of Honour:
Making the first Girls Roll of Honour are: Pryia O’Donovan and Molly Duggan from St Brendan’s Park 16’s alongside 13’s player Alanna Crossen, Katie Kerins Castleisland 16’s, Sabra Hickey, Emily O’Shea and Kristen Kenny Killarney Athletic 13’s, Ciara Quilter and Alisha Deady 16’s as well as Ciara O’Sullivan and Aoife Moynihan, Alison Breen and Edel Angland from Mastergeeha 13’s. Tara Desmond Inter Kenmare, Abbie Fleming MEK Galaxy, Meabh Courtney, Clara Daly from Iveragh United and Eliza O’Donnell and Trina Kennedy Listowel Celtic 16’s.