Two games in the EA Sport 14’s and finals in the KSBGL Summer Competitions:
EA Sports 14’s League of Ireland
Kerry 1-1 Treaty United
Kerry 0–5 Cobh Ramblers
Listowel Celtic B 3-6 Castleisland A
Tralee Dynamos B 0-4 Listowel Celtic C
MEK Galaxy 5-1 Killarney Athletic A
Killarney Athletic 5–0 Listowel Celtic
MEK Galaxy A 8–3 Tralee Dynamos A
Mastergeeha A 1-6 St Brendan’s Park B
Inter Kenmare 7-0 Tralee Dynamos B
Final: Inter Kenmare 4–2 St Brendan’s Park B
Castleisland A 8-0 Mastergeeha B
Ballyhar Dynamos 4–1 Killarney Celtic
Tralee Dynamos 3-0 Killorglin
St Brendan’s Park 2-0 Inter Kenmare AET
Listowel Celtic 4-2 Inter Kenmare
Inter Kenmare 0–2 St Brendan’s Park
Killarney Celtic Green 3 –1 Inter Kenmare
St Brendan’s Park 1-2 Dingle Bay Rovers
MEK Galaxy 1–6 Inter Kenmare
Camp Juniors 2–5 Killarney Celtic
Dingle Bay Rovers 0–1 Killarney Celtic
Two games for the 14’s League of Ireland
In the EA Sports 14’s League of Ireland Kerry had two home games starting with Treaty United in Killarney Celtic on Wednesday night. This was Treaty’s first game and they gave Kerry the perfect start when a mix-up between the keeper and defender saw Kerry take the lead inside the first two minutes.
There was nothing between the sides but it was the visitors the finished the half the better getting the equaliser in the 39th minute. Another tight 40 minutes saw neither side able to make the break through and both sides put their first point of season on the line.
In the second game Kerry welcomed Cobh Ramblers to a scorching Kenmare and it was the visitors that were the better side on the day despite a battling Kerry effort. Kerry will be disappointed with the two goals Cobh got in the 7th and 15th minutes through Jack O’Brien and James Traynor. Their third just before half time was an unfortunate own goal.
For Kerry Leigh Meehan, Darragh Lynch and Neal O’Shea went closest to opening Kerry’s scoring. The second half was much the same with Cobh adding goals from Devon Gibson and Jack O’Brien with Adam Evans unlucky not to get one back for Kerry.
12’s Competition Continues
Castleisland were 6-3 winners away to Listowel Celtic. Tadgh McCarthy hit a hat trick for Castleisland with their other goals coming from Bryan Cullhane, Loukas Cotter and Cian Cahill. Ryan Browne got two for Listowel Celtic and Louis Corridan got the third.
A hat trick from Sean Mulvihill and one from Tadgh Dalton saw Listowel Celtic C take the win at Tralee Dynamos B.
MEK Galaxy defeated Killarney Athletic A 5-1 in Fossa thanks to goals from Leo Allan 2, Killian Fitzgerald, James O’Meara and Cillian O’Donoghue with Eanna Hennigan getting the Killarney Athletic goal.
13 Boys Cup:
In the 13 Boys Cup Killarney Athletic’s Marcel Kowalczyk put his side 1-0 at half time at home to Listowel Celtic. Athletic pulled away in the second half with goals from Szymon Jasinski, Liam O’Brien, Ben Kelliher and a second from Kowalczyk.
MEK Galaxy won a high scoring game at home to Tralee Dynamos B. Jayden Fennell had a day to remember hitting 5 with further goals from Harry O’Connor, Killian Fitzgerald and David McCarthy.
Inter Kenmare defeat Park B in 13’s Shield final:
St Brendan’s Park B have qualified for the 13’s Shield Final thanks to a 6-1 win over Mastergeeha at Kilbrean Park. Their goals came from Johnny Neillings and Edison Jahiri who got two each with Tuoyo King and Jack Daly, from the penalty spot, also scoring.
They met Inter in the final as they got past Tralee Dynamos B in Kenmare. The home sides goals came from Rossa McGearailt, Josh Linnane, Caoileann Desmond 2, Robbie Guest 2, Michael Jones and Micheal O’Mahony.
The final took place in Woodlawn and it was the Tralee that started the better going 2-0 up early on thanks to Johnny Neillings. Inter got a vital goal back just before half time through the hard working Caoilainn Desmond. The second half was end to end and mid-way through Rossa McGearailt levelled the scores at 2-2. A sweet pass from Dylan Treyvaud set up Desmond for his second to put Inter ahead and they wrapped up the win in the last 5 minutes thanks to a cracking 25 yard free kick from Robbie Guest.
Castleisland first team into 13’s Plate Final:
Goals from Eoghan Joy, Josh Ryan, Jack Foley 2, Shane Sullivan, Shane Coughlin, Darragh Cahill and Ben Brosnan saw Castleisland A book their place in the Plate final as they defeated Mastergeeha B.
The other semi-final was between Ballyhar Dynamos and Killarney Celtic was tied at the break 1-1 with Anthony Cronin for the home side and Jack Paddy O’Callaghan levelling for Celtic on the stroke of half time. In the second half Cronin added a second for Ballyhar with Conrad Long and Johnny Henderson adding two more in a 4-1 win.
Park takes the 16 Boys final after extra time:
A two minute spell in the second period of extra time produced the only two goals of a tight 16’s boys final played at Killarney Celtic. The goals went to St Brendan’s Park as they defeated a strong Inter Kenmare side 2-0.
The first goal came after Rodrigo Pinho was fouled and Venis Jahiri made no mistake from the penalty spot. And before Inter could re-group Togor Silong made it 2-0 and the win was secured.
In other games in the 16’s Tralee Dynamos were 3-0 winners over Killorglin.
In the 12 Girls a hat-trick from Laura Meehan and one from Sinead Lyons saw Listowel Celtic defeat Inter Kenmare 4-2. Grace O’Shea got both goals for Inter.
St Brendan’s Park made the trip to Inter Kenmare a winning one on Saturday thanks to goals from Malwina JanKowska and Leah Griffin.
Killarney Celtic Green defeated Inter Kenmare 3-1 to qualify for the 13’s final thanks to goals from Emma Daly 2 and Bethany Moynihan. Phoebe O’Shea replied for Inter.
The 15’s girl’s game between St Brendan’s Park and Dingle Bay Rovers was a cracker. Abigail O’Shea scored for the home side in Christy Leahy Park but goals from Ciara Kennedy and Beth Bambury saw Dingle Bay take the win.
Also in the 15’s goals from Saoirse Buckley 3, Tara Desmond 2 and Martha O’Sullivan saw Inter Kenmare take the win over MEK Galaxy 6-1.
Killarney Celtic were 5-2 winners away to Camp Juniors.Michaela O’Meara, Ava O’Malley, Clodagh Moriarty and Aine O’Sullivan were the Celtic scorers.
Dingle Bay Rovers and Killarney Celtic 16’s were involved in a cracking game with only one goal separating the sides in the end. Abbie Finnan got the goal for Celtic to take the win in Dingle.
Team of the Week:
St Brendan’s Park
Shea McCormack Ben Carmody Alex Doolan Anthony Cremin
Killarney Celtic 13’s Mastergeeha 13’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Ballyhar Dynamos 13’s
Caoileann Desmond Louis Corridan Jacob Surzyn Sean Clifford
Inter Kenmare 13’s Listowel Celtic B 12’s Castleisland 12’s MEK Galaxy 12’s
Jayden Fennell Sean Mulvihill
MEK Galaxy 13’s Listowel Celtic 12’s
Girl’s Roll of Honour: Sinead Lyons Listowel Celtic, Kaya Huserova, Jacinta Griffin and Priya O’Donovan St Brendan’s Park, Hayleigh Flaherty Dingle Bay Rovers. Saoirse Buckley and Tara Desmond Inter Kenmare, Liadh Forde and Kate Forde Killarney Celtic.