Inter League, National Cup and Uneven Age Group action

Inter League opener, National Cup plus Uneven ages weekend results:
Subway Inter League 13’s Round 1
Kerry 0-5 Limerick District
Skechers National Cup
13’s Round 2: Ballymackey 0-3 Camp Juniors
15’s Round 2: Tulla United 3-5 Inter Kenmare
JK Sports 12 Premier
Killarney Athletic 3-1 MEK Galaxy
Daly’s Suprtvalu 13’s Premier
Killorglin 3-5 LB Rovers
Inter Kenmare 2-0 Killarney Celtic
Division 1
Tralee Dynamos B 5-6 Killarney Athletic B
Killarney Celtic B 7-1 Inter Kenmare B
Division 2 South
Mastergeeha B 3-6 Inter Kenmare C
Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 14’s Division 2
Ballyhar Dynamos 1-5 Killorglin C
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Park 0-1 Killarney Celtic
Killorglin 3-2 Listowel Celtic
Iveragh United 5-1 Mastergeeha
15 Division 1
Tralee Dynamos 8-2 Killarney Athletic
Dingle Bay Rovers 3-2 Fenit
15 Division 2
LB Rovers 7-3 Killarney Athletic B
Girls Leagues
13 Premier
Inter Kenmare 3-1 Killarney Celtic
Listowel Celtic 7-1 Camp Juniors
MEK Kickerz 8-0 Fenit
13 Division 1
Killarney Celtic Gold 7-1 Fenit
Killarney Celtic Green 6-2 MEK Starz
17 Premier
Killarney Athletic 1-0 Fenit
Reports
Kerry meet Limerick in Skechers 13’s Inter League opener:
A strong first half saw Limerick District take control of this Subway 13’s Inter League opener at Mounthawk Park. The visitors were 3-0 up at the break after capitalising on some hesitancy in the Kerry defence. The boys tried hard to get back into the game bit conceded two more late on.
Two from two in National Cup:
It was a good weekend in the National Cup where two back games saw both Kerry teams win on the road. Camp Juniors when to Ballymackey and came back with a 3-0 win. The Camp goals came from David Moore straight from a corner, an own goal and a cracker from outside the box by Dean Goodwin.
Inter Kenmare 15’s were in Clare to face Tulla United and despite going behind on three occasions ran out 5-3 victors. Darragh O’Connor scored twice with Sean Treyvaud, Zach O’Shea and Yago Cornide got the Inter goals.
Opening Round in Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:
Over 30 teams took part in the non-trophy 11’s games with many clubs having multiple teams. In these games no scores are kept or scorers recorded as the object is for the young players to learn and enjoy playing against other cluibs.
Athletic win at home in 12’s
In a game played in mid-week in the JK Sports 12 Premier Killarney Athletic had 2 goals from Brian McCarthy and one from Jake Nash in their 3-1 win at home over MEK Galaxy
Home and away wins in the 13’s Premier:
There was a home win for Inter Kenmare and an away victory for LB Rovers in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier. Inter Kenmare defeated Killarney Celtic 2-0 thanks to goals from Neal O’Shea and Donnacha O’Shea.
Goals from Oran O’Sullivan 2, JJ O’Rourke, Tadgh O’Connor and Darragh Moriarty gave LB Rovers a 5-3 win away at Killorglin. Whose goals came from Aaron Doyle 2 and Darragh Lynch.
Mid-week and weekend action in 13’s Division 1:
Action in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1 began with a mid-week goal fest with Killarney Athletic defeating Tralee Dynamos 6-5. Ryan Brady was in great form hitting 2 goals and involved on two others. Craig Leggate, David Walsh and Brian McCarthy were also on the score sheet with the sixth goal being an og.
Christy Burke was unstoppable for Dynamos hitting 4 goals with their fifth coming from Fionn O’Dalaigh.
On Saturday Killarney Celtic B were too strong for Inter Kenmare B at Celtic Park. The home side had two goals from Killian Slattery and Eoghan Murphy and one each from Colm O’Shea, JJ O’Donoghue and Colm Janot. Caoilinn Desmond replied for Inter B.
Dingle Bay Rovers also won at home thanks to a Jack Sheehy goal and a Cian McGearailt winner from the penalty spot after Cillian O’Sullivan had drawn the South Kerry side level.
Inter C win away in 13 Division 2 South
Goals from Alex Sheehan, John O’Sullivan, Jack Wiggins, Diarmuid Healy, Emmet Cronin and Robbie Guest while Brian O’Sullivan, Thomas Myers and Eoin Coleman replied for Mastergeeha.
Killorglin C wins away in 14’s Division 1
Goals from Patryck Radney and Zyginats who scored two each and Kuba Ciesla who got one gave Killorglin all three points in the Slattery’ s Blinds and Carpets 14’s Division 1. They defeated Ballyhar Dynamos 5-1 with Daithi O’Shea getting their goal.
Celtic, Killorglin and Iveragh win in 15’s Premier
In the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier Killarney Celtic made the trip to Christy Leahy Park a winning one as they defeated The Park 1-0. The goal came from Josh Bowler set up by player of the match Brian O’Sullivan.
Killorglin had goals from Darragh O’Connor, John Burke and Oisin Birmingham in their 3-2 win at home to Listowel Celtic who had two goals from Evan Boyle.
Iveragh United were 5-1 winners at home to Mastergeeha with the South Kerry goals coming from Ian O’Sullivan 2, Ben Egan, Zack Fayen and Oisin Breen.
Dynamos and Dingle win at home in 15’s Division 1:
Tralee Dynamos were too strong for a depleted Killarney Athletic in the 15’s Division 1. The goals for the Tralee side came from Luke Horgan, Alex Hoare 2, Jamie O’Shea 2, Darragh Commane, Cian Moroney and Sean McElligott. Ryan McCarthy got both goals for Athletic including one from a cracking header.
Goals from Paddy Ryan, James Hoare and an og put Dingle Bay Rovers 3-0 up at the break. Fenit fought back through a Oran Murphy penalty and a Rory Boyd goal but they ran out of time to find an equaliser.
LB Rovers win in 15’s Division 2
A strong start in the Killarney Plaza 15’s Division 2 saw LB Rovers lead 4-1 before Killarney Athletic fought back to 4-3. However the North Kerry side was again stronger in the second half winning 7-3.
The LB Rovers goals came from Mikey Dunworth 3, Jose Lechuga, Pat Mulvihill and Gianfranco Carrera while Rohan Saha, Con Stack and Oran Daly replied for Athletic,
Girl’s action in the 13’sand a historic win in the 17’s:
In the Girls 13’s Premier Inter Kenmare were 3-1 winners at home to Killarney Celtic. Phoebe O’Shea got 2 and Helena O’Dponoghue 1 for Inter with Aine Fitzgerald replying for Killarney Celtic.
Goals from Lisa Slattery 3, Laura Falvey3 and Shaunagh Carey gave Listowel Celtic the win over Camp Juniors.
MEK Kickers had goals from the scorer supreme Izzy McGrath, Naoishe O’Donoghue and Sarah Fitzgerald in their win over Fenit.
Killarney Celtic on the double in 13’s Division 1
Goals from Ella O’Connor, Amelia Carroll Kelly, Louise O’Donoghue, Leah O’Grady and Anne O’Shea gave Killarney Celtic Gold all three points in a home win over Fenit who had Siofra Murphy on the mark. Anna Chute, whose brother David was the keeper for the 15 earlier in the day, was in goal and had a very good game for Fenit.
Goals from Emma Daly, Jessica Leggate and Hannah Carey gave Killarney Celtic Green all three points in their game at home to MEK Starz who had Siofra Murphy on the mark.
Athletic take first ever win in 17’s Girls League
Just one goal separated Killarney Athletic and Fenit in the historic first ever game in the inaugural Girls u17 League. Eabha Healy got the only goal of the game. Katie Hussey was the best for Fenit.
Girls Roll of Honour: Page Cronin Inter Kenmare 13’s, Lisa Slattery and Laura Falvey Listowel Celtic 13’s, Anna Chute Fenit 13’s, Sadhbh Curren and Avril Rooney MEK Galaxy 13’s, Emma Daly and Ella O’Connor Killarney Celtic 15’s and Kaitlin Kelly Killarney Athletic 17’s.
Team of the Week: David Chute
Fenit 15’s
Niall O’Sullivan Charlie Guest Ned Ryan Evan Boyle
Iveragh United 13’s Inter Kenmare 13’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Listowel Celtic 15’s
Aaron Doyle Ryan Brady Killian Slattery Cormac Scanlon
Kilorglin 13’s Killarney Athletic 13’s Killarney Celtic 13’s LB Rovers 13’s
Christy Burke Rory Boyd
Tralee Dynamos Fenit 15’s