Killarney Celtic 13’s one step from open draw:

National Cup:

Killarney Celtic 4-0 Inter Kenmare.

League Results:

JK Sports 12’s:

Division 1:

Killorglin B 3-2 Ballyhar

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:


Camp Juniors A 1-8 Park A

Tralee Dynamos 3-0 Listowel Celtic A

Division 1:

Park B 3-3 Killarney Celtic B

Mastergeeha 1-4 Killarney Athletic

Division 2:

Camp Juniors B 2-2 Ballyheigue

Fenit 5-1 Listowel Celtic B

Park C 0-7 Dingle Bay Rovers.

Foundation Sports 14’s:

Division 1:

Killorglin B 1-7 Camp Juniors

Division 2:

Fenit 2-1 Listowel Celtic B

Killarney Plaza 15’s:


Mastergeeha 1-3 Listowel Celtic

Camp Juniors 0-6 Park

Division 1:

Killarney Celtic C 5-9 Park B

Killarney Athletic 6-5 Killorglin

Killarney Celtic B 3-3 Inter Kenmare.

Tralee Trophy World 16’s:

Mastergeeha 6-2 Listowel Celtic


Under 7/8 Blitz: Some of League’s future stars took part in the first of a planned series of Blitz’s and rally enjoyed their day out. Playing at Celtic Park were the home club, Park, Tralee Dynamos and Inter Kenmare. Asdee hosted the other blitz and up against the home club were Listowel Celtic, Park and Camp Juniors. Well done to all the players and coaches.

Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:

The Park and Killarney Celtic had two teams each in action at Christy Leahy Park with both sides sharing a win each. In Group 3 Mastergeeha just got the better of Inter Kenmare while Group 4 saw Fenit pipping Camp Juniors in another close encounter.

13’s National Cup:

Killarney Celtic progressed from the all Kerry Round 2 clash with a 4-0 win over Inter Kenmare at Celtic Park. Rory Doyle, John McCarthy, Christian Casey and a late Cian Dineen strike see The Hoop progress to Round 3. They will welcome Shannon Town to Killarney for a place in the Last 32.

League Reports:

JK Sports 12’s Division 1:

This mid-week fixture saw Killorglin B defeat Ballyhar 3-2 at home. Brian Burke and John Power got the goals for the visitors.

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:


St Brendan’s Park opened their League campaign and proved too strong for Camp Juniors and brought home the 3 points thanks to goals from Sean McGrath, Conor O’Sullivan, including a penalty, Liam Tobin and Mervyn Shalemba. Eoghan Lyne replied for the home side direct from a corner.

Tralee Dynamos made it two wins from two with a 3-0 home win over Listowel Celtic A. Leo Gaxha, Darragh Broderick and Sean Kennedy got the goals.

Division 1:

Killarney Celtic B and The Park B were involved in a cracker with the sides sharing 6 goals at Christy Leahy Park. Terry Sparling scored twice for Celtic with Harry Buckley getting the third. Elliot Lynch, Nick Izahi and Kieran O’Brien were on the mark for The Park. Celtic are now on 4 points from 3 games with the Park picking up their first point in their second game.

Killarney Athletic will be happy to win away and put their first three points on the board after defeating Mastergeeha at Kilbrean Park. Damien Switzer scored twice for the Killarney side and the two Owens – Mulvey and Benson got one each in a 4-1 win. Nathan McCarthy replied for Mastergeeha.

Division 2:

Dingle Bay Rovers continued their impressive start life in the Schoolboys League and were too strong for the Park C who battled all the way to the end. Dingle Bay had goals from Dara and Cathal O’Beaglaoi, Dylan Geaney, Padraig O’Cearna and Naoise MacGearailt. They top the table on 7 points.

Camp Juniors B who were level with Dingle Bay at the start of play were held to a 2 all draw at home to Ballyheigue United. Jordan Goggin and Seami Foran had the visitors ahead twice but a Maurice O’Connell double earned Camp B a point, with the equaliser coming late on.

Fenit Samphires are into second on 6 points after a 5-1 home win to Listowel Celtic B. Paddy Walsh, Conor Lenihan, Jonathan Trant, Oisin Morgan and Conor Gaynor were the scorers for Fenit.

Foundation Sports 14’s:

There was mid-week action in the Foundation Sports 14’s with Camp Juniors defeating Killorglin B in Division 1 thanks goals from Cian Wall, Jack Farrell and Colm Murphy who all scored twice and Killian Falvey who got the other goal.

In Division 2 it finished Fenit 2-1 Listowel Celtic B where Cian Donnellan and Jack Falvey were on the mark for the winners.

Killarney Plaza 15’s:


Listowel Celtic got their League campaign off to a winning start at Kilbrean Park with a 3-1 win over Mastergeeha. Cillian Spillane, Jack Sheehan and Jake Kelly scored for the North Kerry side with Conor O’Leary replying for Mastergeeha.

The Park made it 2 from 2 with a win away to Camp Juniors. Niall Sertutxa got 3, Mike Slattery 2 and Matt Lucko the other in the win.

Division 1:

There was a record number of goals in the 15 Division 1 games. Leaders Killarney Celtic B were held to a 3-3 draw at home to Inter Kenmare. Jordan Leahy equalised after Dylan O’Connor had put Inter ahead. Conor Lucey and goalkeeper Trevor O’Shea from the penalty spot had Celtic ahead but Dylan O’Connor completed his hat-trick to earn his side a good point.

The Park B made the trip to Celtic Park a winning one where goals from Conor Higgins, David Oba, Jamel Ismail and Shane Jordan brought their tally to 9 as against 5 from the home side. Alec Starcak, Mathew Mloch, Brian Courtney and Kevin O’Connor were the Celtic scorers.

There was 11 goals in the game between Athletic and Killorglin with the Killarney side hitting 6. Jason Coffey had another day to remember with 5 and Liam Curran got the other. Mark O’Connor got 3 for Killorglin with Jack Clifford and Liam Butler also on the score-sheet.

Team of the Week:

                                                                         Conor O’Leary

                                                                       Mastergeeha 13’s

   Padraig O’Cearna                                     Alan Dineen                                       Killian Hickey

     Dingle Bay Rovers                                  Killarney Celtic                             Killarney Athletic 13’s

Oisin Higgins                     Darragh Broderick                   John Power               Jack Sheehan  

Fenit 13’s                       Tralee Dynamos 13’s                   Ballyhar 12’s         Listowel Celtic 15’s

     Conor O’Sullivan                                       Patrick Warren                                 Dylan O’Connor

   Camp Juniors 13’s                                     Mastergeeha 16’s                           Inter Kenmare 15’s

Speedy Recovery:

The League wishes Sean Kelliher a speedy recovery from his recent unfortunate leg break and hope he is back playing soccer in the not too distant future.