Inter League, National Cup and League action January 12th
Subway 13’s SFAI Munster Plate Semi-Final
Kerry 2–3 South Tipperary
SFAI / FAI Girls National Cups
Girls 14’s National Cup Last 16 Newbridge AFC 6-0 Inter Kenmare
Boys 15’s National Cup Last 32 Park2 -0 Renmore
JK Sports 12’s
12 Premier: Park 2-1 Listowel Celtic
12 Division 1: Inter Kenmare 3-0 Listowel Celtic
Camp Juniors 1-1 Fenit
12 Div 2 North: Camp Juniors B 5–1 Ballyheigue
Daly Supervalu 13’s
Killorglin 0–1 Killarney Celtic
Tralee Dynamos 3–1Iveragh United
Listowel Celtic 0–6 Park
13’s Division 1
Castleisland 4-2 Tralee Dynamos
Killorglin B 1–1 Inter Kenmare
Tralee Dynamos 3–4 Camp Juniors
Killarney Celtic B 0–3 Dingle Bay Rovers
13’s Division 2 North
Castleisland B 1–9 LB Rovers
13’s Division 2 South
Dingle Bay Rovers B 4–1 Killorglin C
Ballyhar 4–1 MEK
Quills 14’s Premier
Killorglin 0–0 Park
Killarney Plaza 15’s
Ballyhar 1–2 Killarney Celtic
15’s Division 1
Mastergeeha 3–0 Ballyheigue
Castleisland 6–1 Killarney Celtic B
15’s Division 2
Inter Kenmare 3–4 Tralee Dynamos
LB Rovers 0–6 MEK
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Killarney Celtic 3–3 Ballyhar
Listowel Celtic 8–0 MEK Starz
Killarney Celtic White 4–0 Killarney Celtic Green
MEK Kickerz 3–7 Iveragh United
Killarney Celtic Green 0–8 Castleisland
Fenit 1–4 Listowel Celtic
Kerry bow out of 13’s plate at semi-final stage:
The Kerry 13’s Subway Inter League season came to an end at Mounthawk Park when they went out in the Munster Plate semi-final. They went down 3-2 to South Tipperary with the visitors winner coming with almost the last kick of the game.
South Tipp went in front in the 21st minute but Kerry hit back three minutes later when Andrew Kerins reacted quickest to a parry from the opponents keeper.
Kerry keeper Darragh Foley made two good saves early in the second half and then Kerry went in front thanks to a J J Olitijan goal.
But when ten minutes to go South Tipp levelled matters from a free kick and then in the last minute Sam Hill did very well to control a ball into the box and finished low into the corner giving Foley no chance,
Park march on in 15’s National Cup
St Brendan’s Park continue to pull off great wins in the Skechers SFAI National Cups. The latest came in the 15’s Last 16 game when they saw off Renmore 2-0 at Christy Leahy Park.
Cianan Cooney got both goals for the Park with one coming from the penalty spot. The Park will be at home to either Malahide United or Naas AFC B in the Last 16.
Inter Kenmare girls great run in National Cup comes to an end:
Inter Kenmare 14’s girls great run to the Last 16 of the National Cup came to an end away to Newbridge FC. Inter who had a great win in Cork in the last round travelled to Kildare without a few starters were well beaten on the day but can be very proud of their run this season.
Park go top of 12 Premier
In a very tight Division the Park’s 2-1 home win over Listowel Celtic sees them jump from 4th to 1st in the table. They now lead the League by 1 point but have a game more played than the sides around them. Ryan O’Driscioll got both goals for the Park.
Inter take the three points in 12 Division 1
Inter Kenmare took the points in the only JK Sports 12 Division 1 games on 3-0 score line over Listowel Celtic.
In the other game Camp Juniors and Fenit drew 1-1 on Sunday. David Moore scored for Camp with Cian McKenna replying for Fenit.
Camp go top of 12’s Division 1
Camp Juniors 5-1 win at home to Ballyheigue sees them jump from 3rd to 1st in the JK Sports 12 Division 2 North. Living up to his name Robert Keane hit 4 with Mikie O’Leary getting the other goals for Camp while Mathew O’Sullivan replied for Ballyheigue.
Vital win for Killarney Celtic in 13 Premier
In the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier Killarney Celtic in second place knew that nothing less than a win would do away to League leaders Killorglin. And in a tight game Callum Cronin got the only goal for Killarney Celtic who are now just three points behind Killorglin.
The Park are into joint third place after they won at Christy Leahy Park. For the Park Andrew Kerins 2, Ciaran Kavanagh, Aaron Powell, Jay Jay Olitijan and Justin O’Sullivan got the goals.
Tralee Dynamos also took an important 3 points from their home game against Iveragh United. Adam Evans, Rory O’Halloran and Eoin Flaherty got the Tralee sides goals with Fintan O’Sullivan replying for Iveragh.
Castleisland extend lead in 13 Division 1
Goals from Finn Nolan, Mint O’Connor 2 and Jack Joy gave Castleisland all three points and extend their lead at the top of the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1. Jack Tagney replied for Mastergeeha.
They will be even happier when they saw Killorglin B and Inter Kenmare drawing 1-1. Cian O’Brien got the Killorglin goal with Mort O’Shea scoring for Inter.
The leaders had already won earlier in the week defeating Tralee Dynamos 4-2 with O’Connor and Joy on the score sheet in that game as well with Eoghan Shire also scoring.
Pierce Lowth scored twice for Dynamos who were also unlucky to go down 4-3 to Camp Juniors on Saturday. Peader Burke, Shane Crossan and Aaron Horan got the Dynamos goals while Ciaran Courtney Smith 2, Dev Din and Paudie Fitzgerald got the goals for a happy Camp side,.
Dingle Bay Rovers are up to joint second following their 3-0 win away at Killarney Celtic B. Cian McGearailt, Danny Kavanagh and James Horan from the penalty spot scored for Dingle Bay.
Dingle and Ballyhar close gap in 13 Division 2 North
There were wins for Dingle Bay Rovers and Ballyhar in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 North that sees them close the gap to 2 points to Killarney Athletic at the top of the Division.
For Dingle Bay Padraig Manning 2, Jack Sheehy and Cathal Farrell scored in their 4-1 win over Killorglin. Ballyhar also won at home on the same score-line. Fionn Coleman 2, Aaron O’Sullivan and Michael O’Sullivan got their goals.
LB Rovers go joint second in 13 Division 2 South
LB Rovers are up to joint second as the battle for the runners up spot following runaway leaders Park C tightens up. Goals from Fionn Houlihan, Leigh Meehan, JJ O’Sullivan, Daithi Keane Tyrrell and Darragh Moriarty scored for the North Kerry side with David McCarthy replying for Castleisland.
Points shared in 14 Premier
Killorglin will be the happier with the point following this 0-0 draw at home to the Park who are in second place and were looking for the three points to close the gap on leaders Iveragh United.
Killarney Celtic up to 3rd in 15 Premier
Killarney Celtic’s 2-1 away win over Ballyhar at Murt Scott Park sees them move up to third in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier. Charlie Keating scored for Ballyhar but 2 goals from William Harty gave Celtic the win.
Castleisland at the top of 15 Division 1
Castleisland are 2 points clear at the top of the Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1 but do have a game more played than the sides around them. They beat Killarney Celtic B 6-1 thanks to an Alex Kepp hat-trick which were added to by goals from Freddie Galway, James Kenny and Evan Murphy.
Mastergeeha have gone into second place after they won at home to Ballyheigue thanks to goals from Oisin O’Leary 2 and Jack Higgins.
MEK now top of 15’s Division 2
Goals from Eddie Moroney3, Kevin Harant, Shane Evans and Scott Drew gave MEK the points in a 6-0 win over LB Rovers. They now go three points clear at the top of the table but have 2 more games played than second placed Listowel Celtic.
Tralee Dynamos 4-3 away win at Inter Kenmare sees them move up to 3rd place. Jack Donovan hit 3 and Andy Rogers 1 in the win.
Honours even in 16 Premier
Killarney Celtic and Ballyhar remain tied in third place after the sides drew 3-3 at Celtic Park in mid-week. Killian O’Sullivan, Eoin Moloney and Daniel Okwute scored for Celtic with Peter Cosgrave 2 and Aaron O’Sullivan getting the Ballyhar goals.
Girls Premier Results
Killarney Celtic White continue to lead the away in 12 Girls Premier
The two Killarney Celtic sides clashed at Celtic Park with the Whites, who are top of the table, taking the win. Their goals came from Naoise O’Donoghue and Eve Culhane who both scored 2 each. Lucy O’Connor in the White’s goal denied her Green club mates by making a number of big saved.
Listowel Celtic closed the gap on the top two thanks to goals from Lisa Slattery, Laura Falvey, Ruby Daly, Laura Meehan and Emile Brown.
Iveragh United had goals from Katie O’Connell 4, Katie Foster 2 and Amiee Kelly in their win over MEK Kickerz. Sarah O’Sullivan 2 and Sinead O’Sullivan replied for MEK in what was a tight game where the South Kerry girls only pulled away in the second half,.
Wins for Killarney and Listowel Celtic’s in 14 Premier
Wins by Killarney Celtic Green and Listowel Celtic saw both sides draw level with Inter Kenmare at the top of an exciting 14 Girls Premier division.
Celtic Green were too experienced for Castleisland and won thanks to goals from Fiana Bradley, Lucy O’Sullivan, Ava O’Mahony, Elizabeth Coffey, Ava O’Neill, Claire Culhane, Micheala O’Meara and Tirna Murphy. But they also needed to have their keeper Lucy O’Sullivan in top form as she kept out Castleisland on a number of occasions.
Listowel Celtic won 4-1 away to Fenit for whom Lily Nowak got the goal. But a Lily Twomey hat trick and one from Kelly Enright saw Listowel Celtic take the points back to North Kerry.
Girl’s Roll of Honour
Lucy O’Sullivan Killarney Celtic Green, Lily Nowak and Lauren Reilly Fenit, Tara Kerwin Castlisland, Lisa Slattery Listowel Celtic and Kate O’Connell Iveragh United.
Team of the Week
Killarney Celtic 15’s
Fionn Wharton Hugh Walsh Isacc Brosnan
Inter Kenmare 13’s Ballyhar 15’s Castleisland 13’s
Fionn Houlihan Sean Sheehy Andrew Kerins Eddie Moroney
LB Rovers 13’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Park 13’s MEK 15’S
Robert Keane Nick Lacey Jack Higgins
Camp Juniors 12’s Tralee Dynamos 12’s Mastergeeha 15’s
Inter League, National Cup and League action January 12th