Girls

16’s Girls National Cup

Wilton United 4–0 Killarney Athletic

Girls 12’s Premier

Fenit 3–2 Camp Juniors

Iveragh United 0–3 Killarney Celtic White

MEK Kikckerz 2–8 Listowel Celtic

Girls 16’s Premier

Park 0–8 Listowel Celtic

FAI U16 Women’s National Cup

Killarney Athletic travelled to Carragiline to take on a much more experienced Wilton United in the latest round of the u16 FAI Women’s National Cup. The Cork side were 2-0 up at half time and hit two more goals very late on after the Athletic girls had given their all. The Athletic goalkeeper Debbie Doolin was in top form for her side in a game where the score line flattered the home side.

Killarney Celtic take lead in 12 Girls Premier

There was lots of actions in the 12 Girls Premier. Goals in the second half from Naoishe O’Donoghue, Eva Cullhane and Niamh Cantillon gave Killarney Celtic White a 3-0 win over Iveragh United. This sees them open a 3 point gap at the top of the table.

Litowel Celtic are only 1 point outside of the top three after they were too strong for new comers MEK Kickerz. Laura Falvey, Lisa Slattery, Ava Walsh and Laura Meehan got the Listowel Celtic goals with Izzy McGrath and Sarah O’Sullivan replying for MEK Kickerz.

Fenit will be very happy with their first win of the season proving that their hard work on the training ground is paying off. Aleshia Deady was their hero hitting a hat trick in their 3-0 win.

Listowel Celtic go 2 from 2 in 16 Girls Premier

Listowel Celtic were too strong for the St Brendan’s Park girls who are in their first season. Credit must go to the Tralee side who had 18 girls on duty at the game with is great to see.

For the North Kerry side Cliona Pierse, Kerri Anne Hanrahan, Zara Doherty, Ciara Buttler, Aisling Kelly, Melanie Higggins and Aoife Horgan were on the score sheet.

Girls Roll Of Honour

On a weekend where there was lots of action for the girls Debbie Maye, Killarney Athletic, Izzy McGrath and Sarah O’Sullivan MEK, Laura Falvey, Lisa Slattery and Cliona Pierce Listowel Celtic, Mollis Duggan Tralee Dynamos and Aleshia Deady and Meah Carmody from Fenit were the outstanding players.

Saturday 17th November

12’s Killarney Celtic Green 1–6 Inter Kenmare

16’s Park 0–2 Killarney Athletic

Inter 12’s and Athletic 16’s win in the Girls:

Inter Kenmare defeated Killarney Celtic Green in Celtic Park to move into second place and are now only 3 points behind Killarney Celtic White and they have a game in hand. Helena O’Donoghue was the best player on the day hitting 2 goals with Phoebe O’Shea, Martha O’Sullivan and Anna Cornice also on target for Inter.

In the 16’s Killarney Athletic scored once in each half to defeat the Park 2-0 with Elena Doherty and Lily Foley getting the Killarney side’s goals. Athletic are now joint leaders of the Girls 16 Premier.

Girls Role of Honour:

Jessie Lynch Dingle Bay Rovers 12 Boys, Helena O’Donoghue Inter Kenmare 12’s and Elena O’Doherty and Caoilin O’Donoghue.

November 10th Results and Reports:

Girls League 12 Premier:

Killarney Celtic Green 3–1 MEK Starz (Mid-week)

Killarney Celtic White 7-0 MEK Kickerz (Mid-week)

Killarney Celtic White 6–0 Camp Juniors

14’sGirls National Cup

Wilton   United 3–4 Inter Kenmare

Inter rock Wilton in Cork:

Inter Kenmare travelled to Cork in Round 3 of the Girls 14’s National Cup and put in one of the best performances by a Kerry girls’ team for a long time.

They are now into the Last 32 of the Cup thanks to a 4-3 win. But at half time a Kerry win did not look likely as the Cork side led 2-0.

However Chloe Cremin pulled one back right after half time and then Grace Foley equalised. Inter were then awarded a penalty which Foley struck home. Wilton were then awarded a penalty but this was missed. However inside the last 15 minutes of the game they did equalise.

But again the Inter Kenmare girls showed great character and they attacked and got their deserved winner with less than 5 minutes to go.

This win copper fastens the progress being made at underage girls soccer in the county.

Killarney Celtic White lead Girls 12 Premier:

Killarney Celtic Whilte have opened a gap at the top of the 12 Girls Premier with two wins this week. On Saturday goals from Naoishe O’Donoghue, Amber McIndoe and Aine Fitzgerald saw them defeat Camp Juniors. In mid-week the same three players scored for Celtic White as did Abie Finnan, Eabha Lynch and Leah O’Grady in their win over MEK Kickerz.

Also in mid-week Killarney Celtic Green were 3-1 winners at home to MEK Starz. Jessica Leggate and Kate Ford got the Celtic goals while Ellen Moriarty got the MEK Starz goal.

Girls Roll of Honours:

The Girls that impressed this week were Chloe Cremin and Grace Foley from Inter Kenmare, Emily Buckley, Izzy McGrath and Ali O’Sullivan from Inter Kenmare and Amber McIndoe, Naoise O’Donoghue and Leah O’Grady from Killarney Celtic.

SCHOOLGIRLS ETP/GAYNOR CUP TRIALS 2018

Date:                          Sunday 11th November 2018

Venue:                      Killarney Celtic

U12 & U13 meet at 1.45pm start at 2.15pm finish at 3.30pm


U15 meet 3.15 start 3.45.end 5.00pm

Contact your club coach or secretary for more details.

Leaders held to a draw in the 12 Girls Premier:

Naoise O’Donoghue put League leaders Inter Kenmare ahead in their home game against Killarney Celtic Green. However Maggie McCarthy equalised to give both sides a point each. Inter still lead the way on 7 points.

Listowel Celtic were just a little too strong for Fenit who had good performances from Emer O’Sullivan and Muireann O’Brien. But goals from Lisa Slattery, Laura Falvey, Emile Browne, Sinead Lyons, Niamh Kelliher and Molly Boyle gave Listowel Celtic the three points.

There was a huge crowd for the MEK Starz v MEK Kickerz derby. And it proved to be a cracker with the sides sharing 8 goals.

Izzy McGrath hit 3 and Kate McCann 1 for the Kickerz while April Rooney 2 and Keeva Riordan had the Starz well in touch and then a last minute equaliser by Kayla Roche ensured a fair share of the points.  

3 Sides on 6 points in 14’s Girls Premier

The 14 Girls Premier Division is finely balanced with 3 sides on 6 points.

Listowel Celtic took the first points of the week as they defeated Castleisland. Kelly Enright was in top form hitting 4 for Celtic with Ciara Henderson just one behind and Lily Twoomey getting the other goal.

They followed this up with an away win on Saturday as they travelled to Camp Juniors and won 4-2. Enright this time got two more with Ciara Henderson and Lily Twomey on the mark again. Orla O’Connor and Finolla Casey replied for Camp.

Killarney Celtic are also on 6 points after they defeated Fenit who are new to this level. Celtic had the damage done in the first half and overall goals from Fiana Bradley 3, Ava O’Malley, Elizabeth Coffey, Leah McMahon and Lucy O’Sullivan gave them the points.

Inter Kenmare are also on 6 points but didn’t play the weekends.

Listowel and Inter win in the Girl’s 16’s Premier

Listowel Celtic took the mid-week points as they were a little too strong for Fenit thanks to Melanie Higgins who hit 4 goals and Tara Enright who got 3

It was much tighter in the game between Killarney Athletic and Inter Kenmare with the visitors to Woodlawn winning 3-1. Sarah Taylor, Katie Cronin and an own goal gave Inter the win. Athletic went 1-0 up in the first half through Lily Foley but Inter got their goals early in the second half. Led by Lily Foley, Debbie May and Caoilinn O’Donoghue Athletic pushed for an equaliser but Inter held out.

Girl’s Weekly Roll of Honour:

With the number of girls now playing the game were planning a separate Girls Team of the Week for girls. Girls will still be in-line for selection onto the Team of the Week Until we work out the details we will be doing a Weekly Roll of Honour.

This week the Girls who were outstanding were in the 12’s Izzy McGrath MEK, Ciara Collins Fenit, Klaudia Merchal Inter Kenmare, Lucy O’Connor Killarney Celtic.

From the 14’s Amy Curtin Castleisland, Kellly Enright Listowel Celtic, Elizabeth Coffey, Killarney Celtic and Orla O’Connor Camp Juniors. Muireann O’Brien plays with Fenit in the 16’s.