Girls League kicks off on a day with alot of Boys draws

Girls League’s kick off on busy day of local action:
Kerry Schoolgirls Leagues:
12’s Premier: Killarney Athletic 0-5 Killarney Celtic
14’s Premier: Listowel Celtic 5-0 Killarney Athletic.
Boy’s JK Sports 12 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 4-1 Killarney Athletic
Killorglin A 5-1 Listowel Celtic A
Killarney Celtic A 5-1 Park A
12 Division 1:
Fenit 3-3 Listowel Celtic B
Castleisland 3-0 Killarney Celtic C
Ballyhar 3-1 Killarney Celtic B
Park B 2-1 Mastergeeha
Inter Kenmare 7-2 Park C
Foundation Sports 14’s Premier:
Listowel Celtic A 2-7 Kingdom Boys
Killarney Celtic A 0-0 Park A
Castleisland 2-2 Inter Kenmare
Division 1:
Park B 3-3 Mastergeeha
Killarney Celtic C 1-7 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Celtic B 2-1 Camp
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Fenit 0-7 Killarney Celtic A
Division 1:
Listowel Celtic Park B
Park C 1-7 m ASTERGEEHA
Killarney Athletic B 0-2 Killarney Celtic B
Castleisland 3-6 Inter Kenmare
Match Reports:
Girls League’s kick off with wins for the two Celtic’s:
The Kerry SchoolGirls Leagues kicked off this weekend with the two Celtic’s winning over Athletic’s two teams. Killarney Celtic were 5-0 winners over Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn thanks to two goals each from Chloe O’Connor and Kerri Ann Hanrahan and one from Shauna O’Donoghue.
In the 14 Premier Athletic were away to Listowel Celtic and went down by the same score. Aoife Horgan was the North Kerry girls scoring hero hitting 4 with Caoimhe Spillane getting the other.
To be fair to the Killarney Athletic girls they are a little less experienced than the two Celtic teams but they had very good performances from Jade Potts, Jessica O’Sullivan, Lillie Foley and Anna Hannigan and with the effort they are putting in they will improve during the season.
Draws for the Boys:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Leader Kingdom Boys are still the ones to catch in the JK Sports 12 Premier as they moved onto 9 points from their three games with a 4-1 home win over Killarney Athletic.
Leo Gaxha, John Carmody and 2 from Sean Kennedy gave the Tralee side the points who now have a new chaser. Killorglin leapfrog Listowel Celtic and onto 6 points thanks to a 5-1 over the North Kerry side who remain on 4 points. Mikey Nolan got the Listowel goals but it wasn’t nearly enough as Gearoid Hassett 2, Dave McKeefry, Ethan Coffey and Jack O’Connor all scored to give Killorglin the points.
Also on 6 points are Killarney Celtic A who won by the same margin in their clash at home to Park A. Ryan O’Grady took the match ball with a hat trick and Paraic Looney and James Dennehy added one each.
Division 1:
Castleisland now lead the way and they made it 5 from 5 with a 3-0 win over Killarney Celtic C. Connie O’Connor, Peter Burke and Colum Roche were the goal scorers for the winners.
Ballyhar are also unbeaten from their 4 games and are sitting on 12 points, 3 behind the leaders. Cian Cronin, Pat O’Connor and Gearoid Coffey got the goals for the home side at Murt Scott Park. Peter O’Sullivan replied for Killarney Celtic B.
Camp who didn’t play are still right in the hunt as they are also on 12 points.
Inter Kenmare kept pace with the two sides above them as their 7-2 win at home to the Park sees them onto 6 points and into 3rd place. Gearoid Doyle, Joshua Fein, Jack Downing, Daniel Crowley, Oisin Quill and Senan Sheehy were all on the score-sheet.
The Park B will be delighted to have 3 points on the board following their first wins. The Park B were 2-1 home winners over Mastergeeha with their goals coming from Robert Curran and Killian Ryan from the penalty spot. David Kennedy replied for Mastergeeha.
Fenit and Listowel Celtic B will also be happy to have something on the board at they shared the points in a 3-3 draw. Oisin Horgan, Dara Heim and Eddie McCarthy got the goals for Fenit.
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Kingdom Boys will be the happiest of all the teams in this Division as they picked up three points while their nearest challengers were playing out a 0-0 draw.
Goals from the deadly duo of Dillon Robinson 4 and Dara Lowth 3 saw the Tralee boys take the points from their trip to Listowel Celtic for whom Jake Keeley scored twice
With Kingdom Boys moving onto 10 points neither Killarney Celtic nor The Park really wanted a draw. It leaves The Park on 8 and Killarney Celtic on 4 points.
Castleisland had goals from Denis O’Mahoney and Eddie Horan as they pick up their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw with Inter who are also no on the board.
Division 1:
The two unbeaten sides at the top of the table met and it’s Killarney Celtic B who remain unbeaten and on 9 points. It was always going to be close but Celtic went 2-0 ahead and despite Davidas pulling one back for Camp they just could not find the equaliser.
Killarney Athletic are in second and only 2 points behind their neighbours after a 7-1 win over the second Celtic side in this Division. Jason Coffey top scored with 3 followed by Jack Sweeney, Liam Curran, Finbarr Hickey and an og.
Mastergeeha and The Park played out an exciting 3-3 draw but it doesn’t really help either of them. Mark Regan, Alfie Christie and a cracker from the half way line from Padraig McCannon sees the Tralee side get their first point of the season. Goals from David Twomey, Niall O’Connor and Dylan Murphy got Mastergeeha the draw.
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
There was only one game in this division and it has seen leaders Killarney Celtic extend their lead as they proved too strong for Fenit. Luke O’Donoghue, Peter McCarthy, Conor McCarthy, Mikey Moynihan and David Spillane were the Celtic names on the score-sheet.
Division 1:
Leaders The Park were going for their 6th win but were undone by Listowel Celtic B. Daonnagh O’Brien 2 and Sean Tansley got goals for the Park but with Cathal Kennelly hitting 4, Jack Healy 2 and Brian Mason and Ashley Kelliher pen getting one each the points stayed in Pat Kennedy Park.
Inter Kenmare took the opportunity to close the gap at the top as they defeated Inter Kenmare 6-3. Denis Cronin took home the match ball with a hat trick which were added to by Darragh Siochru, Darragh Twomey and Joe O’Sullivan. John McMahon 2 and Sean Brown were the goal scorers for Castleisland.
Mastergeeha were too good for The Park C at Christy Leahy Park and had Kieran O’Connor, Sean Twomey, Patrick Warren, Luke Murphy, Gearoid Kerins 2 and James Nagle on the score sheet.
Lucas O’Mahoney replied for The Park.
Killarney Celtic B will be happy to have their first points of the season following their 2-0 over Killarney Athletic B. Jack Galvin and Stephen McCarthy were the Celtic scorers.
Team of the Week:
Diarmuid Murphy
Park 14’s
Scott Winter Paddy Walsh Cian Cronin
Listowel Celtic 14’s Fenit 12’s Ballyhar 12’s
Jason Coffey Jack O’Connor Gearoid Kerins Ryan O’Grady
Killarney Atheltic 14’s Killorglin 12’s Mastergeeha 14’s Killarney Celtic 12’s
Oisin Quill Peter Roche Dillon Robinson
Inter Kenmare 12’s Castleisland 12’s Kingdom Boys 14’s