Huge 7 Day’s in Cup’s, Shields and Leagues:
Cup Results:
John Murphy 12’s Cup ¼ Final:
Killorglin A 6-0 Killorghlin C
John Murphy 12’s Shield ¼ Final
LB Rovers 6 -4 Camp Juniors AET (4-4 Extra Time)
Park B 2–8 Killarney Athletic A
Tralee Dynamos 4–5 Park C
John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup:
Park B 0-2 Listowel Celtic A
John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield Last 16:
Killarney Athletic B 0–8 Park C
Killarney Celtic B 5–1 Killorglin B
LB Rovers 1-2 MEK
Tom Hayes 14’s Shield ¼ Final:
Park B 4-8 Ballyhar AET (3-3 Extra Time)
Healy Family 15’s Cup ¼ Final:
Park A 5–0 Killorglin A
Healy Family 15’s Shield ¼ Final:
Park B 4-3 Castleisland
Rattoo Rovers 3-0 Fenit
St Bernard’s 0-3 Park C
Tucker Kelly 16 Shield ¼ Final:
Asdee 2-3 Ballyhar
League Scores:
Moriaty’s Centra 11’s Division 1:
Iveragh United 9-1 MEK
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 3-2 Mastergeeha
Killorglin A 2-2 Killarney Celtic A
JK Sports 12’s Division 1:
Killarney Athletic A 4-6 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Celtic B 1-1 Fenit
JK Sports 12’s Division 2:
Mastergeeha B 4-1 Killarney Athletic B
Killarney Celtic C 2-6 MEK
Killorglin B 3-1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Dingle Bay Rovers 2-1 MEK
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Killarney Athletic 3-1 Park B
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Mastergeeha 1-3 Killorglin A
Camp Juniors 1-1 Killarney Celtic
Killarney Celtic 4 –1 Listowel Celtic
Foundation Sports 14 Division 1:
Killarney Athletic 1–1 Iveragh United
Fenit 0-2 Killorglin B
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Dingle Bay Rovers 2 –1 Listowel Celtic
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Killorglin 0–7 Tralee Dynamos
Mastergeeha 0–0 Killarney Celtic
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic A 2 –5 Killarney Athletic
Huge 7 Days in Cup’s, Shields and Leagues:
Cup Reports:
Killorglin defeat Killorglin to book Last 4 place in 12’s Cup:
Credit to the work done in Killorglin that they can now field multiple teams in various competition. In the John Murphy 12’s Cup Killorglin A defeated their club mates on the C team. Tim Mangan keeps the match ball with a hat-trick. John Touhy, Dara O’Connor and Dara Crosby got the other goals.
LB Rovers take first John Murphy 12’s Shield semi-final place:
After a game played in mid-week LB Rovers are into the John Murphy 12’s Shield ¼ final after an extra time win over Camp Juniors. The high scoring encounter finished 4-4 after extra time with LB Rovers finishing the stronger to score twice in extra time. Jack Mallon hit 3, Daniel Barrett 2 and Mark O’Connor the other goal in Rovers win.
Listowel Celtic into semi-final hat in 13’s Cup:
Listowel Celtic booked their place in the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup with a 2-0 win over Park B. Aoife Horgan and Anthony Kavanagh were the Celtic scorers.
3 into John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield Last 8:
The Park C have booked their place in the John Joe Naughton 13 Shield Last 8 as the defeated Killarney Athletic B. The Park’s goals came from Dara Cunnane 3, Jamie Williams, Mike Tansley, Odhran Ferris, Cian O’Gara and Jamie O’Shea.
Killarney Celtic B are also through after goals from Mike McCarthy 2, Martin O’Brien, Jack O’Sullivan and Max Gagigdas saw them defeat Killorglin B.
There was only one goal between MEK and LB Rovers with MEK winning 2-1. Leo Healy and an Eddie Moroney shot deflected to the net saw them through. Jack Sheedy scored Rovers.
Ballyhar progress to the Tom Hayes 14’s Shield semi-final:
This was a cracking Cup tie that saw the sides tied 3-3 after extra time. Ballyhar however are going well in the League and used that experience to control extra time which they won 5-1 as the Park’s huge effort saw them tire at the end.
Aaron O’Shea hit 3 with Peter Cosgrove and Bryan Burke both hitting 2 each and John Power the other goal in Ballyhar’s win.
Park into Healy Family 15’s Cup semi-final:
The Park are into the Healy Family Cup semi-finals as they were 5-0 winners over Killorglin. Sean McGrath hit 3 with Mervin Shalemba and Nathan Holden getting the other goals.
3 places in 15’s Shield semi-final sorted:
The Park B saw off Castleisland in a 7 goal thriller despite being 2-0 and 3-2 down. Connie O’Connor scored twice for Castleisland and Dylan Curtin once in a game they looked like they were going to win. But credit to the side from Christy Leahy Park as they came back twice and then got the winner. Their scorers were Conor O’Sullivan 2, Daniel Moriarty and Eoin Higgins.
Rattoo Rovers continue their good season which sees them top Division 2 and now into the Shield Last 4 in their chase for a double. They defeated Fenit 3-0 while Park C are also through on the same score-line from their game against St Bernards.
The Park C are also through on a 3-0 score-line over St Bernards.
Ballyhar into Tucker Kelly 16 Cup semi-finals:
Goals from Patrick O’Connor, Jason Brennan and Craig O’Sullivan scored for Ballyhar as they defeated Asdee 3-2. Barry O’Neill got both goals for the North Kerry side.
League Reports:
Iveragh United win in 11’s:
The grading competition for next season’s u12’s Divisions is coming to an end and this week Iveragh United had goals from Alex Kelly, Fintan O’Sullivan, Marcus Draper, Finn Barrett, Thomas O’Brien and David Kennedy in their win while Evan O’Sullivan replied for MEK.
Killarney Celtic 12 Premier Champions:
4 points this week sees Killarney Celtic crowned JK Sports 12 Premier champions to round off a very good season that has already seen them win the Subway 12 National Cup Regional competition. The defeated Mastergeeha 3-2 in a very tight game in midweek with the sides level at 2-2 at the break. Kalvin O’Sullivan and Robert Brooks got the Celtic first half goals with Eoghan Crowley getting the winner.
And in another close encounter on Saturday they got the point they needed in a 2-2 draw away to Killorglin. Dara O’Connor scored twice for the 3rd placed side but goals from the O’Sullivan’s Brian and Kalvin saw the Hoops lift the Premier title.
Inter right back in race for 12 Division 1 title:
Second placed Inter Kenmare defeated leaders Killarney Athletic A, a loss that saw them drop their first points in 8 game, to close the gap at the top to 2 points. In the 10 goal thriller Inter won in Woodlawn 6-4 thanks to goals from Darren Allman 3, Tom Crushell, Sean Treyvaud and Yago Cornelis. Tom Benson 2, Josh Coffey and Alex Horan got the Athletic goals.
Killarney Celtic B and Fenit drew 1-1 which cements Celtic’s 4th place. They got the point thanks to a Nacho Zulategui goal.
Lots of action in 12’s Division 2:
Leaders Dingle Bay Rovers added another 3 points from a 3-0 win over MEK. They have extended their lead to 9 points from the mid Kerry side.
Dingle Bay Rovers dropped their first points of the season as they lost their first game in 8 going down 3-1 to Killorglin B. Ryan Carey, Ethan O’Mahony and Mathew Naughton scored for Killorglin but the needed goalkeeper Michael O’Shea to be on top form to give them the win. Paddy Ryan replied for Dingle Bay.
MEK had better news during the week as they defeated Killarney Celtic C 6-2. Finn Kennelly, Rocco Sheahan, Maks Leon, Philip Lyons, Eoin Mannix, Sam Buckley and Chris Doody were on the mark for MEK with Ciaran Boyne and Conor Walsh replying for Celtic C.
Mastergeeha B moved into joint third place after they saw off Killarney Athletic B 4-1. Gavin Cronin hit 3 for the Kilbrean side with Liam O’Leary getting the 4th.
Athletic win 13 Premier mid-table battle:
In the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier mid-table battle Killarney Athletic defeated Park B 3-1. Hugh O’Malley, Darren Ryan and Sam Benson got the Athletic goals.
Camp Juniors secure 3rd in 14 Premier:
Camp Juniors got the point in mid-week they required to secure 3rd place in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier thanks to a 1 all draw at home to Killarney Celtic. They had more of the possession in the game but a Cian McMahon strike put Celtic ahead 15 minutes into the second half. The Killarney side held the advantage until the dying minutes when Oisin Smailes goal ensured a share of the spoils.
Killarney Celtic were also in action on Saturday and a win here saw them move to within 2 points of third place. They were 4-1 winners over Listowel Celtic A thanks to goals from Ruairi Dorrian 2,Daniel Okute and Jack Clifford.
Iveragh have to settle for a point in the 14’s Division 1:
Iveragh United were hoping for a three points to move into joint second place but had to settle for a point in their game with Killarney Athletic which ended 1-1. Seamus Curran scored for the South Kerry side. Conor Horgan got the goal for Athletic. Killorglin B defeated Fenit 2-0.
Dingle Bay up to joint 3rd in 15 Premier:
Dingle Bay Rovers defeated Listowel Celtic to move into joint third place and only a point off second place. Colm O’hEartain and Sean Leahy scored for Dingle Bay with Darragh Lynch replying for Celtic.
Tralee Dynamos cement second place in 16 Premier:
Tralee Dynamos are safe in second place in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier after their win over Killorglin. Brian O’Dowd had a day to remember hitting 4 goals and these were added to by goals from Leo Gaxha, Patrick Dowling and Adi Conclia.
Killarney Celtic and Mastergeeha drew 0-0.
Athletic extend lead in 16 Division 1:
Killarney Athletic are in pole position to win the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1as they are now 5 points clear of Camp Juniors. They defeated Listowel Celtic A 5-2 with Ian Prendergast scoring two long range efforts split by a goal from Adam O’Carroll to leave the score at 2-1.
Athletic then enjoyed a purple patch with Liam Kelliher scoring with a header and Harry Potts making it 4-1. Daniel Dominiuz pulled another back for Listowel Celtic before Keith Suter wrapped things up for the Woodlawn side.
Boys in Green:
The League congratulates Tralee Dynamos’s Sean Kennedy who scored twice for the Irish u15’s in their win over Norway and ex Dynamos Rian O’Sullivan who is on the Irish u19 side that are heading for the Slovakia Cup.
Team of the Week:
Michael O’Shea
Killorglin 12’s
Darren Ryan Vaughan O’Brien Robert Brooks
Killarney Athletic 13’s Inter Kenmare 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s
Oisin McGibney Peter Cosgrove James Fisher Anthony Kavanagh
Fenit 12’s Ballyhar 14’s Park 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s
Jack Mallon Gavin Cronin Maks Leon
LB Rovers 12’s Mastergeeha 12’s MEK 12’S