Halloween Weekend Results and Reports:
JK Sports Under 12 Premier (played Mid Week):
Kingdom Boys 5-3 Mastergeeha
Rian O’Sullivan 2, Sam Tarrant, Ferdia O’Sullivan and Joel Vesey for Kingdom Boys.
National Cup Under 14:
Granville 3 – 1 Killorglin (Aidan Cox pen)..
Girls Under 14’s:
Mastergeeha 1-6 Killarney Celtic.
Under 11 Moriarty’s Centra Farranfore Premier:
Listowel Celtic 0-1 Killarney Celtic
Killarney Ath 0-8 Kingdom Boys.
Div 1:
Killarney Celtic B 0-7 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin 9-0 Iveragh United
Div 2:
Fenit 7-1 Listowel Celtic
Castleisland 5-0 Asdee
Div 3:
Inter Kenmare B 1-1 Killorglin B
Camp 7-4 Park B.
Dalys Supervalu Under 13 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 3-1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Killarney Athletic 2-4 Park
Listowel Celtic 2-1 Kingdom Boys
Div 1:
Inter Kenmare 2-6 Camp
Castleisland 4-1 Fenit
Ballyhar 1-1 Mastergeeha
Div 2:
Killorglin B 2-2 Listowel Celtic B
Kingdom Boys B 1 – Killarney Celtic B
Park B 4-0 Killarney Athletic B.
Killarney Plaza Under 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 7 – 0 Kingdom Boys
Castleisland 6-2 Dingle Bay
Park 2-3 Listowel Celtic
Div 1:
Kingdom Boys B 1 – 4 Killarney Ath
Camp 3-1 Clanmaurice
Inter Kenmare 9 -4 Park B
Girls Under 14 League:
The Kerry Schoolgirls League kicked off with the under 14 fixture between Mastergeeha and Killarney Celtic. It was the Hoops who took all three points thanks in part to two hat tricks from Susan Kelliher and Melissa Buckley.
Andrea Harmon was excellent for Mastergeeha and she got their consolation score.
The other game in this Division between Camp and Castleisland will be played mid week.

Moriarty’s Centra Under 11 Premier:
Killarney Celtic continue to lead the Division thanks to a 1-0 win away over Listowel Celtic. David Clifford was on the mark for Killarney.
Second placed Kingdom Boys were also winners on the road, proving too strong for Killarney Athletic. Dillion Robinson is in unstoppable form lately and got another four here and they were added to by goals from Ryan O’Neill, Rian O’Sullivan, Dan Meehan and Dara Lowth.
Division 1:
Inter Kenmare have moved in second place here, just a point behind Ballyhar. They defeated Celtic B in Killarney with goals from Tom Looney 3, Donal O’Sullivan and 2 from Kevin Healy Rae.
Killorglin had a big win over Iveragh United who had been going well. Jonathan Kissane is banging in the goals every week and hit another four in this game. Dylan Costello, Pat Casey, Dylan O’Sullivan and Conor Standen all got one each.
Division 2:
Fenit continue to lead the way here following their 7-1 win over Listowel Celtic B. The McElligott’s, Owne with 2, Alan and Evan shared four goals with the others coming from Chris Murphy, Cormac O’Brien and Ronan Fitzpatrick.
Castleisland kept the pressure on Killorglin winning 5-0 over Asdee.
Div 3:
Camp, who were making their League debut got off to the dream start with a 7-4 win over Park.
Patrick O’Donoghue and Michael Scanlon got two each, Conor O’Brien got one and there were two OG’s for Camp while Dylan O’Sullivan 2, Evan O’Connor and Thomas Burke did their best to keep the Park in the game.
Inter B and Killorglin B shared the points in a 1-1 draw, with Ian McGullicuddy getting Killorglin’s goal. Both sides will be happy to get a point on the board.

Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Premier:
The Park are still at the head of the table here and have moved to nine points following their 4-2 win over Killarney Athletic for whom Michael Foley and Michael Casey scored.
This was a costly loss for Athletic as this is a very tight division and they remain on 5 points.
Killarney Celtic moved to within two points of Park after they defeated Dingle Bay 3-1. Evan Cronin and two from Conor Randall gave Celtic the points with Gene Murphy on the mark for Dingle.
The game was tied 0-0 at the break with all the goals coming in the second period.
Listowel Celtic secured a valuable three points following their 2-1 defeat of Kingdom Boys. Jack Foley and Dale Mulvihill scored for Celtic with Eoin Hennessey replying for Kingdom Boys.
Division 1:
First met second here in Murt Scott Park and with the game finishing 1-1 neither side will be happy. William Courtney scored for Ballyhar with Paul O’Connor replying for visitors Mastergeeha.
Ballyhar stay top but the loss has knocked Mastergeha from 2nd to 4th.
Camp took advantage to join Ballyhar at the top of the table. They were 6-0 winners over Inter Kenmare with Jerry Foley, Jack O’Connor and Brandon Boyle all hitting a two goals.
Castleisland moved onto 6 points and within a point of the two above him. Colm McCarthy, Aaron Gallagher, Shane McLoughlin and Josh Connollly hit the Castleisland goals.
Division 2:
Killarney Celtic B retained their unbeaten League run and moved to 4 from 4 with a 3-1 win over Kingdom Boys B. Dan Cotter, Eamon Lavin and Killian Fleming hit the Celtic scores.
Park B moved into second place following their 3-0 win over Killarney Athletic B. Ger O’Connor, Martin Burke and Darragh Murphy all hit one goal each.
Listowel Celtic B now join Kingdom Boys B in joint third, on 4 points, after their 2-2 draw with Killorglin B. Gavin McKenna and Oltan Heffernan were on the mark for the home side while Savanah McCarthy and Ashley Kelliher scored to make sure there was a share of the points.

Killarney Plaza Under 15 Prem:
Killarney Celtic made no mistake at home to Kingdom Boys and had goals from Alan Moriarty, James McCarrick 2, Conor Keane, Tony Brosnan and Jason Lyne plus an og, giving them their third win from three games.
Castleisland remain in second place following their 6-2 win Dingle Bay. Colm Hurley and Mathew Flaherty scored for the West Kerry boys but a Damien Breen hat-trick and once each from Colm Murphy, Cian O’Connor and Paul Nagle saw Castleisland move onto 6 points.
Listowel Celtic joins Park on six points following their win over the aforementioned side.
Listowel Celtic’s goals came from Ian Murphy 2 and Adam O’Rourke with Cian Hussey and Jack Savage replying for Park.
Under 15 Div 1:
League leaders Camp made it three from three with a 3-1 win over Clanmaurice. Jonathan Deane 2 and Brandon Hoare were on the mark for Camp.
There were goals aplenty in the Inter v Park B clash with Kenmare winning 9-4 and move within three points of Camp but have a game more played.
Killarney Athletic got their campaign up and running with a 4-1 win over Kingdom Boys B.
Team of the Week;
Reanne Breen
Killarney Celtic u11 Girls
Shane Kelliher Tommy O’Neill Luke O’Donnell Padraig Dowling
Park U11 Asdee U11 Listowel Celtic U15 Listowel Celtic u13
Cian O’Connor Stefan Okunbor Aidan O’Sullivan Eoin Curry
Castleisland U15 Kingdom Boys U12 Iveragh U11 Camp u15
Jonathan Kissane Andrea Harmon
Killorglin U11 Mastergeeha Girls U11