Halloween Week and Weekend Results and Reports

Halloween Highlights from the League:
Uneven Age National Cups:
13’s Round 3:
Caherdavin 3–0 Killarney Celtic
Aisling Annacotty 3–1 Killorglin
15’s Round 3:
Killorglin 2–3 Park
League Results:
Girls League
12’s Girls Premier
Listowel Celtic 6-0 Fenit
Inter Kenmare 1-1 Killarney Celtic
MEK Starz 4–4 MEK Kickerz
14’s Girls Premier
Listowel Celtic 8-2 Castleisland
Killarney Celtic Green 7–0 Fenit
Camp Juniors 2– 4Listowel Celtic
16’s Girls Premier
Listowel Celtic 7-0 Fenit
Killarney Athletic 1– 3Inter Kenmare
Boys League
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier
Killorglin 5-3 Park
Killarney Athletic A 1–1 Park A
Litowel Celtic 4–1 Iveragh United
13’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare 2–3 Killorglin B
Mastergeeha A 1–7 Castleisland A
Dingle Bay Rovers 7–1 Killarney Celtic B
13’s Division 2 North
Park C 6–5 Fenit
LB Rovers9 –1 Park B
13’s Division 2 South
Ballyhar 3–4 Dingle Bay Rovers
MEK6–7 Killarney Athletic B
Mastergeeha B 5–0 Killorglin C
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Killarney Athletic 6–3 Ballyhar
15’s Division 1
Fenit8 –0 Ballyheigue
Mastergeeha 2–4 Castleisland
Iveragh United 0-3 Killarney Celtic B
15’s Division 2
LB Rovers 7–1 Tralee Dynamos
Inter Kenmare – Listowel Celtic B
MEK 3-2 Killorglin
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1
Iveragh United 5-1 Windmill United
Halloween Week’s Reports
National Cup Up-date
Park 15’s into Last 32 and Open Draw:
St Brendan’s Park became the first Kerry side this season to reach the Open Draw and Last 32 of the National Cup. They just got passed Killorglin in the all-Kerry clash thanks to two goals from Colin Doody and one from Sean O’Connor with Luke O’Connell in great form for the winners.
Darragh O’Grady and Eoghan Hassett got the Killorglin goals.

13’s National Cup Round 3:
Killarney Celtic were on the back foot from early on away to Caherdavin Celtic and needed keeper Callum Cronin and their defence to keep the home side at bay. Fiachra Roarty did go close for the Kerry side but then Caherdavin broke and took the lead following a long ball over the top. A second quickly followed and the Limerick side wrapped up the win late in the 2nd half as Celtic were pusing hard to get back into the game.
Killorglin are also out going down 3-1 away to Avenue United in Clare. The home side led 1-0 at half time and then got a second when the Killorglin defence was looking for an off-side flag that didn’t come. They then chased the game and were unlucky not to get the goal back and conceded the 3rd with the last kick of the game as Avenue broke away with Killorglin committed to attack.
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 Kayla Roche, Emily Buckley and Keeva Riordan had the Starz well in touch and then a last minute equaliser, and a 2nd 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.
Killorglin comeback to make it 4 from 4in 13 Premier
Killarney had to cme from behind to beat the Park and maintain their unbeaten record in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier. Andrew Kerins, Jack Slattery and JJ Olijitan had put the Park in control but Stevie Gannon pulled one back before the break Gannon then hit a hat trick in the second half and Jack McGrath added a 5th to wrap up the points.
Listowel Celtic had a hat trick from Evan Boyle and one from Oisin Healy in their 4-1 win over Iveragh United. Like all good strikers Finn Barrett and Fintan O’Sullivan both claimed the goal for thw South Kerry side.
Killarney Athletic and the Park were tied 0-0 at the break. Mohammed Abdulla then put the Park ahead early in the second half. Juke Doolan replied for Killarney Athletic.
Top 2 win in 13’s Division 1
Killorglin B maintained their two point win at the top of the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 2 with a 3-2 away win at Inter Kenmare. Ben O’Callaghan and Neal O’Shea got the Inter goals.
Dingle Bay Rovers remain in second place as they came from behind to win easily at home to Killarney Celtic B. Oisin Fleming put the visitors ahead but goals from Diarmuid O’Seaghdha, Conor Corduff, Cian McGearailt and Danny Kavanagh gave the home side the points.
Castleisland were the big movers on the day as their win away at Mastergeeha sees them move up to 4th place. While they were only 1-0 up at half time Castleisland pulled away in the second half. Jack Joy, Kian Downey, Eoghan Shire, Finn Nolan and Shay Lawless got their goals.
Park C unbeaten in 5 in 13’s Division 2 North
The Park C continue to lead the way and are now on 5 wins from 5 played but were pushed all the way in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 North, The took the points winning by the odd goal in 11 at home to Fenit whose goals came from Kealan O’Dowd, Aaron Harty, Tiernan O’Sullivan and Tom Quilter who got 2.
Sam Slattery hit 3 with James McCarthy, Noel Carroll and Ciaran O’Connell all on the mark for the Park C.
LB Rovers were too strong for Park B with both Leigh Meehan and Patrick Walsh both hitting hat tricks. Darragh Moriarty and Fiachra Buckley got the goals for the West Kerry side. William Jakovi got the Park’s goal.
Killarney Athletic B still top of 13 Div 2 South but only just:
Killarney Athletic B are joint leders in the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 2 North but only after an amazing game away to MEK.
The Park had 3 goals from Daniel Fleming, 2 from Laim Hennigan and one from Eanna Kearney while the home side replied with goals from James Clifford, Noah O’Shea, Cian Fleming, Matej Mecanovic, Sturat Scott and Eanna Murphy.
There was one final twist in the tale as Glen Bowler hit the winners for Killarney Athletic in a 13 goal cracker.
Dingle Bay Rovers are tied for first place but they were also involved in a very tight encounter. Adrian O’Sullivan hit a hat trick Ballyhar but goals from Padraig Manning, Kieran Moran and Jack Sheehy gave the West Kerry side the point.
Mastergeeha B were 5-0 winners at home to Killorglin B and are now only 3 points from third place.
Killarney Athletic close the gap at the top of 15’s Premier
Killarney Athletic put in a very good second half to take the points and close the gap on the sides above them in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier.
Darragh Looney and Mathew Horgan got Athletic’s goals with Hugh O’Malley and Luke Ring replied for Ballyhar. However in the second half Looney completed his hat trick and Sean Dineen and Alex Hoare added two more at Athletic took the points. O’Malley added a third for Ballyhar.
Castleisland unbeaten and top of 15’s Division 1:
Castleisland recovered from being 2-0 down at the half to defeat Mastergeeha 4-2. Colin O’Leary and Mark O’Shea had put the Kilbrean side 2-0 up. But it was all Castleisland after the break with goals from Alex Kepp, Ryan Dennehy 2 and Freddie Galway moving them onto 9 points from 3 games.
Fenit proved too strong for Ballyheigue and had Eddie McCarthy leading the scoring with a hat-trick. His three were added to by goals from Robert Monaghan 2, Fiachra O’Connor, Jack Kearney and Bobby O’Connor to wrap up the win.
Killarney Celtic got the points from their game with Iveragh United and are now just point behind second and three of top spot.
Goals galore in the 15’s Division 2:
LB Rovers are leading the way in the Killarney Plaza 15’s Division 2 and in their latest game they saw off Tralee Dynamos.
The Rovers goals came from Kieran O’Connell 3, Cian O’Callaghan, Ben Murphy. Anthony Kavanagh and Darragh Fitzpartick.
MEK are only a point behind the leaders after they were 3-2 winners at home to Killorglin B for whom Oisin Lynch scored both goals. Shane Evans,Daire McCarthy and Eden Murphy got the goals for MEK.
Listowel Celtic B had a great battle in Kenmare and came away from Inter with the three points. Timothy o’Donoghue and Yago Cornide were the Inter Kenmare scorers. A Tony Boland hat trick and one from Adam Segal were enough for Celtic to win the game.
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 and Sarah Coffey 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.
Team of the Week:
Lucy O’Connor#
Killarney Celtic 12’s
Neill O’Carroll Tony Boland Thavien Buckley
Killarney Athletic 13’s Listowel Celtic 15’s LB Rovers 15’s
Patrick Cahill Yago Cornide Dylan Ryan Mohammad Abdulla
Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Inter Kenmare 15’ Fenit 15’s Park 13’s
Aaron O’Sullivan Stevie Gannon Jack Joy
Ballyhar 13’s Killorglin 13’s Castleisland 13’s