It’s Cup and League Time:
11’s Last 16: Mastergeeha 0-5 Killarney Celtic.
12’s ¼ Final: Listowel Celtic B 0 -5 Killorglin.
JK Sports 12’s
Listowel Celtic 2 – 3 Park A
Kingdom Boys 0-1 Killarney Celtic A
12’S Div 1:
Kingdom Boys B 6-2 Killarney Celtic C
St Bernard’s 0-5 Inter Kenmare
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
Castleisland 7-1 Asdee
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s:
Killarney Celtic 4-1 Listowel Celtic
Mastergeeha 1-3 Kingdom Boys
Listowel Celtic 9-2 Killarney Atheltic
14’s Div 1 South:
Killorglin A 6-1 Iveragh Utd.
Tralee Trophy World 16’s:
Killarney Celtic 6-1 Fenit
16’s Div 1 Top 4:
Ballyhar 0-3 Park B.
13’s Premier: Listowel Celtic 2 – 0 Killarney Athletic
17’s Premier: Killarney Celtic 6-2 Camp / Park.
In the 11’s Cup the delayed Last 16 clash of Mastergeeha and Killarney Celtic, due to the latter’s continuing run in the National Cup, was played this week and it was the visitors that won 5-0 at Kilbrean Park. On the mark for Killarney Celtic were Ryan Kelliher, Patrick D’Arcy and Darragh Lyne who now travel to Listowel to face their namesakes in the ¼ Finals.
The John Murphy Cup semi final line-up has been completed with Killorglin spoiling the Listowel dream of having their two teams meet in the semi final. However Killorglin were too strong for Listowel Celtic B and will now have home advantage in the semi final against the Listowel Celtic A side. Daire Cleary, Mark O’Connor, Ian McGillicuddy, Brice Courier and Cathal Crosby got the goals.
JK Sports 12’s Premier:
The clash of Listowel Celtic A and Park A was a vital one for the home sides as they trailed The Park by 4 points and needed a win to keep their title hopes alive. However it wasn’t to be and the North Kerry boys went down 2-3 to the Tralee side despite goals from Aidan Shanahan and Mark Galvin.
The Park had goals from Mike Slattery 2 and Gearoid Sheehan who now move to 23 points from 9 games with one game left and that is against their nearest challengers who are now Killarney Celtic.
Celtic have moved onto 19 points thanks to a Jack Hanrahan goal that gave them a 1-0 win over Kingdom Boys. They have a game in hand over The Park who they will then meet in the League decider.
12’s Division 1:
Inter Kenmare moved into second place in this Division and only two points behind leaders Killarney Celtic thanks to a good win over St Bernards. Tom Murnane, Dillon O’Connor, Brian Twomey, Boki Nikic and Daniel Casey all scored in their victory.
Kingdom Boys B and Killarney Celtic C are both mid table teams and playing for pride. In this clash it was the Tralee side that took the points thanks to a 6-2 win. Leo Gaxha scored twice with Cullen Sweeney, Dion O’Keeffe, Terrance Sweeney and John Fokseng all netting once.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Div 1:
Castleisland’s 7-1 win over Asdee has set up an intriguing end to this Division. Goals from Eddie Horan and Paul Walsh who got two goals each while Kieran O’Mahony, Ben Cooney and Josh Horan all scored one each to give Castleisland the three points.
They now trail Killorglin by three points but the two sides meet in the last game of the regular season. So Castlsialand know now that they have to win and take all three points to force a play-off.
O’Callaghan Coaches 14’s Premier:
This Division looks like coming down to a race to the line between Killarney Celtic and Kingdom Boys, with The Park still now out of it.
Celtic struck the first blow this week and their 5-1 win over a depleted Listowel Celtic mid week moved them onto 19 points with 8 of their 12 games played. Mark Harnett, Peter McCarthy and Stephen McCarthy got the scores under the lights at Celtic Park.
Kingdom Boys levelled things up at the top again on Saturday after a good 3-1 win away to Mastergeeha. Kian Liston got 2 and Rian O’Sullivan once to move the Tralee boys onto the same mark as Killarney Celtic, also with 8 games played. The Park weren’t in action at the weekend and lie on 14 points having also played 8.
Listowel Celtic moved into joint 4th place in the table as they proved too strong for Killarney Athletic. Cathal Kennelly had another great day in front of goal hitting 4. Darragh Buckley and Michael Foley chipped in with two each and Brendan Angland got the other.
14’s Division 1 South:
Killorglin unbeaten run has now stretched to seven Leagues games as they become the first side to clinch their Division. They proved too strong for their closest challengers Iveragh, who will take the runners up spot. Dylan O’Sullivan, Jamie Cifford, Joe Glinwood, Conor Standen and two from Padraig O’Brien mean that Killorglin are on 21 points from their 7 games.
Tralee Trophy World 16’s Premier:
Killarney Celtic have opened a four point gap at the top of this division thanks to a 6-1 win over Fenit. Brian O’Connell and Matt Keane both scored twice and these were added to by Darren O’Doherty and Jordan Kiely.
16’s Division 1:
The Park B have moved into second place in the top four section of the 16’s Division 1 thanks to their 3-0 win over Ballyhar. The Tralee side are on 18 points four behind Castlemaine with Mastergeeha on 16 points.
League leaders Listowel Celtic were pushed all the way by Killarney Athletic before they wrapped up their 2-0 win. Maggie Wlash and Leah Henry got the Listowel Celtic goals.
Killarney Celtic moved level with Listowel Celtic at the top of the Girls 17’s Premier division although they do have a game extra played now. Killarney Celtic’s 6-2 win came courtesy of goals from Aisling Coffey 4, Julie Kelly and Jennifer Murphy.
Team of the Week:
David Rogers Cormac O’Connor Sean Horan
Kingdom Boys 12’s Killorglin 14’s Castleisland 13’s
Michael O’Gara Kian Liston Cathal Kennelly Aisling Coffey
Park 12’s Kingdom Boys 14’s Listowel Celtic 14’s Killarney Celtic 17’s Girls
Tom Murnane Ryan Kelliher Maggie Walsh
Inter Kenmare 12’s Killarney Celtic 11’s Listowel Celtic 13’s Girls.
Clubs are reminded of the Kerry Schoolboys and Girls Rule that all shields / trophies must be returned to the League by April 1st.