Saturday November 11th 2017 Results:
National Cup 12’s – Round 3:
Killorglin 5–2 Holycross AET
National Cup 14’s – Round 3:
Park 7–1 Charleville
Regional United 2–4 Listowel Celtic AET
National Cup 15’s – Round 3
Killarney Celtic 2-1 Killorglin
National Cup 16’s – Round 3:
Park 2–1 Nenagh
Newport 0–9 Killarney Celtic
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Iveragh United 2–1 LB Rovers
Ballyhar A 0–2 Killarney Celtic B
Mastergeeha A 1 –1 Listowel Celtic A
Dingle Bay Rvs 3–1 Tralee Dynamos B
Killorglin B 3–1 Castleisland
Park B 1–3 Camp Juniors
Killarney Athletic B 6–2 MEK
Listowel Celtic B 4–8 Ballyhar B
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1
Camp Juniors 3-9 Listowel Celtic
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Division 1:
Killarney Celtic B 2–2 Iveragh United
Mastergeeha 5–0 Killorglin
Castleisland 5-2 MEK
Killarney Atheltic B 1 –4 LB Rovers
Listowel Celtic B 1–7 Fenit
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Camp Juniors 6-0 Mastergeeha
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare 6 –4 Camp Juniors
Fenit 2 –4 Park B
Quills Woollen Mills 14’s Girls:
Camp Juniors 0–4 Listowel Celtic
All Kerry sides that played Saturday are through in Skechers National Cups:
Killorglin have joined The Park in Round 4 of the 12’s National Cup after a 5-2 extra-time win over Holycross. Killorglin led twice but the visitors pulled level on both occasions. However there was only one side in it in extra time with the Kerry side hitting 3 without reply. Both Kerry sides will be away in the next round.
At Christy Leahy Park the home side were too strong for Charleville winning 7-1 to progress to Round 4 of the 14’s National Cup, one win away from the open draw. Cianan Cooney and Josh Connolly both hit two each while Kieran O’Connor, Sean O’Connell and Conor Kerins all got one each.
Listowel Celtic had a very good 4-2 extra- time win away at Regional United with the game tied at 2-2 at the end of normal time. Robert Stack 2, Darragh Carey and Christopher McQuaid got the Listowel Celtic goals.
Listowel Celtic and The Park will have home games in the next round with a place in the Open Draw for the winners.
There was one game played in mid-week in the 15’s National Cup Killarney Celtic won the all Kerry clash against Killorglin 2-1.Cian McMahon and Ruairi Dorrian got the Celtic goals with Cillian Burke replying for Killorglin in a cracking game. Celtic are now away to Aisling Annacotty in Round 4 while The Park are also in this round where a place in the Open Draw is the prize for the winners.
5 sides progress from the South West Region to the Open Draw Last 32 and also to the Regional competition. In the 16’s competition Killarney Celtic were too strong for Newport and led 4-0 at half time winning 9-0 in the end. Their goals came from Terry Sparling 3, Ryan O’Grady, Neil O’Shea, Pa O’Connor, Jack McCarthy, Jack O’Connor and Dylan Callaghan. In the Regional Killarney Celtic will be away to either Ballingarry or Charleville in the Play-Off round.
The Park had a closer encounter against Nenagh winning 2-1. John Carmody put them ahead and TJ Mahon wrapped up the win. Their reward as well as a place in the open drawn is a Regional semi-final clash with the winner of the Play Off game.
Killarney Celtic’s two games in Limerick – the 12’s v Caaherdavin and the 14’s versus Shelbourne fell foul of the weather as did Killorglin’s trip to BT Harps.
Killarney Celtic B lead the 12 Division 1 but only just!
Killarney Celtic B have taken over at the top of the JK Sports 12 Division 1 after a 2-0 win over Ballyhar. Jack Tangney got both goals for Celtic who are on 12 points.
Listowel Celtic were held to a 1-1 draw away to Mastergeeha. Diarmuid Furlong got the goal for the home side with Oisin Healy’s goal earning a point for Listowel Celtic who are now on 10 points.
Castleisland remain on 9 points despite going down 3-1 at Killorglin B. Cian O’Brien and Jack McGrath and an og gave Killorglin the win and they are also on 9 points.
Dingle Bay Rovers were 3-1 winners at home to Tralee Dynamos B WITH Conor Corduff getting 2 and Cian McGearailt the other for the West Kerry side.
Camp Juniors extend lead in 12 Division 2:
Camp Juniors 3-1 away win at Park B sees them open up a 4 point gap at the top of the JK Sports 14 Division 2. Played in wet and windy conditions Lorcan O’Connor put Camp Juniors 1-0 up. Diarmuid Waugh had a big game at centre half but was also impressive at the other end as he put his side 2-0 up from the penalty spot.
A Mark Farrell strike 10 minutes from the end wrapped up the points for Camp Juniors but credit to the Park B who got one back from the penalty spot late on from Jacob Podolski. The Park could have been much closer but for Camp keeper Karl Philips who was in excellent form.
Killarney Athletic’s 6-2 home win over MEK moves them into second place on 8 points. The Woodlawn side were 3-1 up at the break and wrapped up the win with three more goals in the second half. Dan Fleming, Bryan Fleming 2, Eanna Kearney and Glen Bowler were the Athletic goal scorers. MEK remain on 6 points after the win.
Ballyhar B will be delighted that their hard work on the training ground has paid off. They took their first 3 points with impressive goal scoring from Gearoid Long and Tristan Keating who both hit 4 goals.
Two wins from two for Listowel Celtic in 13 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic had too much firepower for Camp Juniors in this Daly’s Supervalu 13 Divisions 1 game. Cormac Dillon hit 4, Robert Heffernan 3 and Liam O’Sullivan 2 for the winners. Cillian O’Neill 2 and Jason Casey replied for Camp Juniors.
Killarney Celtic B close gap at top of 14 Division but only by 1 point:
With Quills Woollen Mills 14 Division 1 leaders Ballyhar, who are unbeaten in 5 games, not playing Killarney Celtic B who are in second place hoped to close the gap at the top. They did so but only by 1 point as they needed a last minute penalty to take a share of the points from their home game against Iveragh United. Celtic are onto 7 points and also have a game in hand on the leaders. Iveragh United’s goals came from Ronan Teehan and Aodhan O’Neill.
Ballyheigue made it two wins from 2 with a midweek 3-0 win over Inter Kenmare while Mastergeeha hit 5 without reply as they saw off Killorglin B to move onto 6 points and they also have games in hand. Mark O’Shea hit 3 for Mastergeeha with Dara O’Callaghan and Turlough O’Connor getting one each for the Kilbrean side.
Top three all win in 14’s Division 2:
There is only a point between the3 sides in the Quills Woollen Mills 14’s Division 2 with Castleisland still leading the way from LB Rovers and Fenit who are tied in joint second place. Castleisland defeated MEK 5-2 with the goals coming from Alex Kepp 2, Patrick O’Shea and Ryan Dennehy. Kevin Harant and Eddie Moroney got the MEK goals.
LB Rovers were 4-1 winners away at Killarney Athletic to remain just that point behind. They were 1-0 up at half time from a Jack Sheedy goal. Sheedy added a second while Jack Mallon and Cian Sheehy also hitting the net. Galvin O’Sullivan got the goal for the home side.
4 goals from Robert Monaghan set Fenit on their way to a win at Listowel Celtic B. Robert’s goals were added to by goals from Bobby O’Connor, Dylan Ryan and Eddie McCarthy.
3 from 3 for Camp in 15 Premier:
In mid-week Camp Juniors made it three wins from three games with a 6-0 over Mastergeeha. Kian Clancy 3, Cian Wright 2 and Colman O’Meara got the goals for the winners.
Camp Juniors joined by Inter at top of 16 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare scored an important 6-4 home win over Tralee Trophy World Division 1 leaders Camp Juniors to join them at the top of the table. Inter swept into a 5-0 lead but credit to Camp Juniors they back with goals from Alan O’Leary, Cian Wright, Cian Griffin and Adam Costello. However Inter got the next goal to wrap up the win. Their goals came from Ruairi Burns 2, Colin Crowley 2, Mark Looney and Tommy Cronin.
Park B go top of 16 Division 2:
There was one game in the 16’s Division 2 and the Park B defeated Fenit 4-2. Sean McGrath hit three for the Park to put them 3-1 up at half time. This was after Brian Hamilton had put Fenit ahead after 5 minutes. McGrath added a 4th before Gavin Burroughs got Fenit’s second from the penalty spot.
In the Quills Woollen Mills Listowel Celtic had to call on all their experience to get past newcomers Camp Juniors who gave a very good account of themselves. In the end goals from Tara Kelly 2, Ava Horan and Kelly Enright were the difference.
Team of the Week:
Killarney Celtic 15’s
Ruairi Burke Cian McGrath Ruairi O’hOgain Maurice O’Connell
Castleisland 14’s Park 16 Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s Camp Juniors 16’s
Galvin O’Sullivan Jack Sheehy Oisin Healy Bobby O’Connor
Killarney Ath 14 LB Rovers 14’s Listowel Celtic 12’s Fenit 14’s
Colin Crowley Diarmuid Furlong
Inter Kenmare 16’s Mastergeeha 12’s