November 10th Results and Reports:
Subway Inter League
13’s North Tipperary 3–2 Kerry
15’s Kerry 1–0 Clare
14’sGirls National Cup
Wilton United 3–4 Inter Kenmare
JK Sports 12 Premier
Killorglin 0-0 LB Rovers (Mid-Week)
Killarney Athletic 0–0 Killarney Celtic
LB Rovers 3–0 Dingle Bay Rovers
Inter Kenmare 5 –2 Park
Killorglin 2-1 Listowel Celtic
12’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare B 0–2 Killarney Celtic B
Ballyhar 0–7 Killarney Athletic B
Camp Juniors 1–0 Park B
Listowel Celtic B 1–6 Tralee Dynamos B
Fenit 4–2 Mastergeeha A
12’s Division 2 South
Killorglin B 3-3 Mastergeeha B
Killarney Athletic C 4 –1 Killarney Celtic C
Inter Kenmare C 0–7 Iveragh United
12’s Division 2 North
LB Rovers 1–0 Dingle Bay Rovers
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier
Killarney Celtic 1–3 Killorglin
Mastergeeha 1–2 Inter Kenmare
Iveragh United 3–2 Park A
14’s Division 1
Killarney Celtic B 1–4 Killarney Athletic
14’s Division 2
Dingle Bay Rovers 8 –1 MEK
LB Rovers 3–0 Killarney Athletic
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Inter Kenmare 1–3 Ballyhar
Camp Juniors 3–1 Park A
Killorglin 8–3 Tralee Dynamos
16 Division 1
Fenit 4–4 Windmill United
Iveragh United 2–7 Listowel Celtic
Rattoo Rovers 3–1 Killarney Athletic
Mastergeeha 2–1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Girls League 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic Green 3–1 MEK Starz (Mid-week)
Killarney Celtic White 7-0 MEK Kickerz (Mid-week)
Killarney Celtic White 6–0 Camp Juniors
Match Reports:
Inter rock Wilton in Cork:
Inter Kenmare travelled to Cork in Round 3 of the Girls 14’s National Cup and put in one of the best performances by a Kerry girls’ team for a long time.
They are now into the Last 32 of the Cup thanks to a 4-3 win. But at half time a Kerry win did not look likely as the Cork side led 2-0.
However Chloe Cremin pulled one back right after half time and then Grace Foley equalised. Inter were then awarded a penalty which Foley struck home. Wilton were then awarded a penalty but this was missed. However inside the last 15 minutes of the game they did equalise.
But again the Inter Kenmare girls showed great character and they attacked and got their deserved winner with less than 5 minutes to go.
This win copper fastens the progress being made at underage girls soccer in the county.
Subway Inter League:
U13 North Tipperary 3 –2 Kerry
Kerry travelled to Newport to take on North Tipperary in an Inter League and Development game. The League uses these games to give all our ETP players the experience of playing with Kerry. Callum Cronin and Sean Doolan got the Kerry goals but they conceded a winner to the home side in the last minute.
The Development side drew 1-1 with Andrew Owens maintaining his good scoring run by getting the Kerry goal.
U15 Kerry 0-1Clare
Kerry bowed out of the Subway Inter League going down to a late goal against Clare in Listowel. The home side will be a little disappointed as they created a number of chances but didn’t take them.
Inter lead 12 Premier
Inter Kenmare top a very tight JK Sports 12 Premier thanks to their home win over Park. Goals from Jack Sweeney, Liam O’Sullivan, Neal O’Shea, Darragh Murphy and Dawiel Grebovic plus a great performace by keeper Danny O’Shea gave them all three points. Sam Slattery and Ryan O’Driscoll from the penalty spot were the Park’s scorers.
Killarney Athletic are in second place one point behind Inter after they drew 0-0 with Killarney Celtic.
LB Rovers are in third place after they took 4 points from their two games this week. In mid-week they drew 0-0 with Killorglin who are in fourth. L B Rovers then saw off Dingle Bay Rovers on Saturday thanks to Darragh Moriarty, Michael Houlihan and Daithi Keane Tyrell.
Killorglin will be happy with their 2-1 at home to Listowel Celtic. Aaron Doyle and Adam O’Neill got their goals with Dan Fischer replying for Listowel Celtic.
The two leaders in 12’s Division 1 remain unbeaten:
Fenit and Killarney Athletic B both made it 5 wins from 5 and remain tied at the top of the JK Sports 12’s Division 1.
Athletic B won away at Mort Scott Park defeating Ballyhar thanks to goals from Darragh Griffin 3, Luke Courtney, Ryan Brady, David Butler and Brian McCarthy.
Fenit had a hat-trick from Aaron Harty and a goal from Jayden Deady in their home win over Mastergeeha. Sean Cox and Sean Harnett scored for the Kilbrean side.
Tralee Dynamos are only three points behind the top two after their 6-1 away win over Listowel Celtic B. Christy Burke, Leon O’Connor and Naiobi got the Dynamso goals.
Camp Juniors are tied fourth on 9 points thanks to a Dylan Harrington goal to give them a 1-0 win at home to Park B.
Killarney Celtic B are also on 9 points after their win away at Inter B. Leon Bowler and Colm Janot got the Celtic goals.
Iveragh join MEK as unbeaten leaders of 12’s Division 2 South:
With leaders MEK not playing in JK Sports 12 Division 2 South Iveragh United took full opportunity of the chance to go 4 from 4 and go joint top of the table.
The South Kerry side saw off Inter Kenmare with goals from Daithi Sugrue, Mark O’Connor, Oisin O’Carroll, Alex Kelly and Zac Driscoll. While they were beaten Inter keeper Adam Noonan did everything he could to keep out the rampant Iveragh side.
Third placed Killorglin had to settle for a point in a 3-3 draw with Mastergeeha. Killorglin led 1-0 at the break with their goals coming from Rioghan O’Sullivan and James Jones. Conal McCarthy, Dylan Cronin and John Myers replied for Mastergeeha. Killorglin were thankful for keeper Eoin Keane who made a triple save in the last minute.
Killarney Athletic C will be happy with their first win in three defeating neighbours Killarney Celtic with scores from John O’Sullivan, Cillian Coffey and Gratsian Pawlek. Cillian Slattery replied for Celtic.
LB Rovers open 3 point lead in 12’s Division 2:
LB Rovers moved to the top of the JK Sports 12 Division 2 as they won the only game in the 12 Sports 12’s Division 2. There was only one goal in the game and it was Zach Walshe that got goal as LB just got the better of Dingle Bay Rovers.
Killarney Celtic White lead Girls 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic Whilte have opened a gap at the top of the 12 Girls Premier with two wins this week. On Saturday goals from Naoishe O’Donoghue, Amber McIndoe and Aine Fitzgerald saw them defeat Camp Juniors. In mid-week the same three players scored for Celtic White as did Abie Finnan, Eabha Lynch and Leah O’Grady in their win over MEK Kickerz.
Also in mid-week Killarney Celtic Green were 3-1 winners at home to MEK Starz. Jessica Leggate and Kate Ford got the Celtic goals while Ellen Moriarty got the MEK Starz goal.
Park joined at the top of 14 Premier:
In the battle of the top two Iveragh United defeated the Park to leave both sides tied at the top of the table. Goals from Ben Egan and Ben Dowling gave them the win with Darren Riordan in top form in goal. Dylan Hobbert and Tagor Silong got the Park’s goals.
Killarney Celtic remain in third but they were beaten at home by Killorglin who started much the better and were 3-0 up before Celtic pulled one back.
Inter Kenmare were 2-1 winners away at Mastergeeha with Darragh Carey and Yago Cornide scoring for the winners and Alan O’Leary replying for the home side.
Killarney Athletic go two from two and joint top in 14 Division 1:
In the Quills 14’s Division 1 Killarney Athletic won away at Celtic defeating the B’s 5-2. Alex Hennighan celebrated his continued Irish involvement hitting the next 3 times with Ryan McCarthy and Axel getting the others. Tyler Bolster and Jimmy McClain got the Celtic goals.
Three way tie at the top of the 16 Premier:
Three sides are level at the top of the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier. Killorglin took the points in their home game against Tralee Dynamos with Dylan Moriarty, Callum Russell, Cillian Burke, Tom Littleton, Cathal Crowley and Matt Reinsteirna on the score-sheet.
Ballyhar were 3-1 winners away at Inter with Hugh Walsh, Peter Cosgrave and Bernie Burke scoring. Tadgh O’Donoghue replied for the home side.
Camp are also unbeaten and level with the other two sides at the summit. Maurice and Caolan O’Connell got the goal for Camp Juniors.
Rattoo Rover 3 from 3 and top of 16’s Division 1:
North Kerry sides are in the top two spots in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1. Rattoo Rovers had goals from Darragh Quinlan, Gavin Parker and Sean O’Connor in their win over Killarney Athletic. Kian McGann replied for the Killarney side.
Listowel Celtic are in second place after they defeat Iveragh United away. Dylan Quinn was on fire hitting 5 added to be goals from Chris McQuaid and Tom Harte and Juan. Odhran O’Shea and Keith Brennan replied for the South Kerry side.
Mastergeeha were 2-1 winners at home to Dingle Bay Rovers thanks to Michael Sweeney and Brendan O’Leary with Cormac O’Cinneade replying for Dingle Bay.
Fenit and Windmill United played out an 8 goal thriller with the sides sharing the points. Danny Jeffers, Paddy Walsh and Eddie McCarthy 2 were on the mark for Fenit. Darragh Caplis and Thomas O’Sullivan shared the Windmill United goals.
Team of the Week:
Sean O’Sullivan
Killorglin 12’s
Will Leahy Daithi Keane Tyrell Alex Kelly Christopher Palmer
Park 12’s LB Rovers 12’s Iveragh United 12’s Ballyhar 16’s
Jayden Deary JJ O’Donogue Darren Allman Cillian Baker
Fenit 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Inter Kenmare 14’s Rattoo Rovers 16’s
Darragh Caplis Darragh Griffin
Windmill United 16’s Killarney Athletic 12’s
Girls Roll of Honours:
The Girls that impressed this week were Chloe Cremin and Grace Foley from Inter Kenmare, Emily Buckley, Izzy McGrath and Ali O’Sullivan from Inter Kenmare and Amber McIndoe, Naoise O’Donoghue and Leah O’Grady from Killarney Celtic.