Inter League 15’s win, Nat Cup loss and lots of Even age action

One National Cup and Even Age Action:
Subway Inter League
13’s North Tipperary 2-1 Kerry
15’s Kerry 7–0 South Tipperary
National Cup 15’s
Shelbourne 2–2 Killorglin AET
Shelbourne win 5-4 on penalties
JK Sports 12 Premier
Listowel Celtic 2–3 Camp Juniors
MEK Galaxy 7–0 Mastergeeha
Killorglin 3–5 Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Celtic 0–2 Killarney Athletic
12 Division 1
Inter Kenmare 3–3 Ballyhar Dynamos
Fenit 7–1 Ballyheigue
12 Division 2 North
Tralee Dynamos B 4–6 Camp Junior B
Lisotwel Celtic 2 -5 Park B
Fenit B 3-1 Castleisland
12 Division 2 South
Killorglin B 2–2Killarney Celtic B
Dingle Bay Rovers 6–2 MEK Galaxy B
Inter Kenmare 0–3 Killarney Athletic B
Slattery Carpets and Blinds 14 Premier
Tralee Dynamos 3–2 Killarney Athletic
Park8 –0 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Celtic 3–2 Castleisland
14 Division 1
Killarney Athletic B2 –1 Mastergeeha
Killorglin B 2–3 Inter Kenmare
Dingle Bay Rovers 3–3 Killarney Celtic B
14 Division 2
Mastergeeha 3–7 Killorglion C
Ballyhar Dynamos 5 -7MEK Gold
Dingle Bay Rovers B 2–0 Castleisland
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Park5 –0 Killarney Athletic
16 Division 1
Ballyheigue 2–5 Fenit
LB Roves 1–6Tralee Dynamos
16 Division 2
Ballyhar Dynamos 0–4 Mastergeeha
Killorglin B 1–5 MEK Galaxy B
Girls 13’s Division 1
Castleisland 7-3 Ballyheigue
15’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare 8-0 Fenit
Reports:
Action in the 13’s and 15’s Inter League:
The Kerry 15’s made a very impressive start to the SFAI Subway 15’s Inter League Munster area Group 1. They defeated South Tipperary 7-0 at Mounthawk Park. The Kerry goals came from the Venis Jahiri and Oisin Breen who got two each with Yago Cornide, Odhran Ferris and Paddy Ryan getting the goals. Kerry will be away to Clare next Sunday in a re-arranged game.
The Kerry 13’s were cruelly denied a point when they went down 2-1 away to North Tipperary with the winning goal coming with the last kick of the game. Liam Hennigan got the Kerry goal.
Killorglin exit National Cup on penalties
Killorglin had hoped to set up an Kerry clash in Round 3 of the Skechers SFAI National Cup. But it wasn’t to be as they lost out to Shelbourne in Limerick after penalties. John Touhy scored in normal time and Tim Mangan in extra time saw the sides finish level. It was still level at 8 spot kicks but it was the Limerick side that got the vital score to go through 5-4 to face Killarney Celtic at Celtic Park.
Four winners in the 12 Premier:
There were four games in the JK Sports 12 Premier and all four were won. Adding three points to their total were Killarney Athletic as they made it three wins from three as they top the table. Mark O’Connell and Gracjan Pawlak were the Athletic scorers in a 2-0 win over Killarney Celtic.
Tralee Dynamos will be happy to sit on 4 points after they beat the side in second place at the start of the day Killorglin. Christy Burke and Ryan Onyekwere both scored two each for Dynamos with Fionn O’Daileagh getting the 5th.
Camp Juniors made it one win from two as they defeated Listowel Celtic in a close game where both sides benefited for an own goal. Mikey O’Leary got the other two goals for Camp,
MEK Galaxy will also be happy to have a win to their name after two losses. They proved a bit two strong for Mastergeeha thanks to goals from Kevin Coffey and David McCarthy who both got two each with Jack Hallissey and Dylan O’Meara getting two more with the final goal being an own goal.
Fenit move into second in Division 1:
Fenit were the only one of the four sides in action to take the full three points in the JK Sports 12 Division 1. There win over Ballyheigue sees them move into second place just three points behind the Park who have not dropped a point in their three games. Xavier Duggan got the got the Ballyheigue goal while Michael Corridan. Dara Harty, Michael O’Sullivan and Cillian O’Brien all scored for the winning side.
Inter Kenmare and Ballyhar Dynamos both settled for a point each as the sides shared 6 points. Dylan Treyvaud, Michael Jones and Philip O’Sullivan scored for Inter to see them lead 3-0. However Ballyhar came roaring back into the game in the final stages and got goals from Harry O’Connor and Anthony O’Connor. Harry then hit the goal from the penalty spot that saw the points being shared.
Dingle Bay goes level at the top of Division 2 South
With Dingle Bay Rovers making it two wins from two goals they join the side they beat, MEK Galaxy, on 6 points at the top of the table. Goal from Padraig Manning who hit 4 and Jack Diver with 2 gave them the win.
Killarney Athletic B got their first win in three thanks to an away win at Inter Kenmare. Cillian Collins, David O’Donoghue and Eli Anderson got the Athletic B goals.
Killorglin B and Killarney Celtic B shared the points following a 2-2 draw with Martin Coffey and a Jack Grady penalty ensuring the game ended 2-2.
Top 2 sides beaten in Division 2 North:
The Park B defeated early leaders Listowel Celtic thanks to goals from Shuabjb Aliji and Brian Fealy who got 2 each and Jack Kelly one in the win.
Camp Juniors made it one won from two thanks to a win over joint second placed side Tralee Dynamos. Suvi O’Connor had a big day hitting 4 points which were added to be goals from Jack Doyle and Liam McCarthy.
On Sunday Fenit B saw off Castleisland B with goals from Roman McGibney, Diarmuid Murphy and Cillian O’Brien. Fergal Enright replied for Castleisland B.
Park the side to beat in 14 Premier
St Brendan’s Park are the side to beat in the Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 14 Premier as the proved to be too strong for Listowel Celtic. The Park’s goals came from Momhamed Abdulla, William Jakopbi, Immanuel Manu, Sean Corkery and Jack Slattery.
The Park are on three wins from three. Killarney Celtic had a narrower win to move onto 6 points thanks to a 3-2 win over Castleisland. Mark Daly and Josh Bowler with 2 were on the mark for Celtic while Eoghan Shire and David Healy got the mark for Castleisland.
Athletic win but Dingle Bay draw in 14 Division 1
Killarney Athletic B had two goals from Rohan Saha in their 2-1 win over Mastergeeha whose goal game from Emmet Spillane. The Kilbrean sides TJ Healy got a knock and we wish him a speedy recovery and a quick return back between the posts.
Dingle Bay Rovers dropped two points, their first in three games, as they were held to a 3-3 draw at home to Killarney Celtic B. The West Kerry side were ahead 2-0 and 3-1 with goals from Joe Linnane 2 and Diarmuid O’Seaghdha. Oisin Fleming and Cillian Murphy were the Celtic B scorers.
Inter Kenmare and Killorglin B were involved in a cracking game. Inter went 2-0 up thanks to goals from Barry Fitzmaurice and Cathal Kelliher before Shane Clifford and Ryan O’Connor levelled matters. Zach O’Shea got the late winner for Inter.
MEK Galaxy go joint top of 14 Division 2
In a high scoring encounter MEK Galaxy were led by hot-shot Tadgh Gosney who ended the day with 5 of his sides 7 goals. Aaron Dinham and James Clifford got the other goal with Clifford’s and important one as Ballyhar Dynamos had gone 2-0 up. Their goals came from Fionn Coleman 2, Aaron O’Sullivan, Michael Fitzgerald and Daithi O’Shea.
Dingle Bay Rovers B move onto 6 points and only one off top spot after a 2-0 home win over Catleisland. Emily Nic McGearailt and Jack Sheehy were on the mark for the winners.
Mastergeeha are also onto 6 points thanks to 3 goals from Zygintas, 2 from Patrck Radney and one from Kuba Cisla in their win over Killorglin c.
Park lead in 16 Premier
St Brendan’s Parks second win from their two games sees them open a three point lead over Killarney Celtic but they do have a game more played. The Park’s goals in their win over Killarney Athletic came from Sean Healy 2, Sean O’Connor, Sean O’Connell and Cillian Murphy.
Inter Kenmare and MEK Galaxy enjoy opening wins in 16 Division 1 North
2goals from Colin O’Leary and one each from Turlough O’Connor and Dara Callaghan saw Mastergeeha see off Ballyhar Dynamos in the Tralee Trophy 16 Division 1. It was a day of celebration for Mastergeeha who were celebrating their 40th anniversary.
For MEK in their win Eddie Moroney 2, Fionan Griffin, Liam Roche and Shane Evans were their scorers in their 5-1 away win at Killorglin.
Tralee Dynamos 3-3 in 16 Division 1 South
Goals from Jack O’Donoghue, and Donagh Stephenson and 1 from Nathan Rogers and Jamie O’Shea gave Tralee Dynamos the win over LB Rovers who had a consolation goal from Joe Finch. But its wasn’t as easy as the score line suggests as Dynamos keeper James Moore gave a player of the match performance.
Girls Reports
In the Girls League Castleisland were 7-3 winners at home to Ballyheigue under the lights at Georgie O’Callaghan Park in mid- week in the 13 Girls Premier Division. The goals for the home side came from Michela O’Connor, Maggie O’Riordan, Erin O’Connor, Andrea Kirwin and Edel O’Donoghue. Replying for Ballyheigue were Clogadh Connell, Lily Stack and Ciara O’Connor.
In the Girls 15 Premier goal from Magja Garstecka, Tamara Nokic, Tara Desmond, Chloe Cremin and Laoisa Carey gave Inter Kenmare the win over Fenit whose best performance came from Grace Stack and Laura Reilly.
Girls Roll of Honour: Erin O’Connor and Maggie O’Riordan Castleisland, Tamara Nikic and Molly Foley Inter Kenmare, Lily Stack Ballyheigue and Grace Stack and Laura Reilly from Fenit.
Team of the Week:
Daire Murphy
Killarney Celtic 14’s
Ayrton Burke Ben Donnellan Danny Kavanagh
Ballyhar Dynamos 12’s Fenit 16’s Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s
Momhamed Abdulla David McCarthy Paddy McMahon Ryan O’Connor
Park 14’s MEK Galaxy B 12’s Tralee Dynamos 14’s Killorglin 14’s
Xavier Duggan Colin O’Leary Bryan O’Connor
Ballyheigue 12’s Mastergeeha 16’s Killarney Athletic 12’s