Kerry teams set up big games in outside competitions

Girls and Boys success outside the County:
Results- National Cup:
12’s Round 2: Killarney Celtic 6-1 Shannon Town
Round 3: Cappamore 0-5 Listowel Celtic.
14’s Round 3: Nenagh 8-1 Killarney Athletic
BT Harps 3-5 Killarney Celtic
Inter Kenmare 1-5 Pike Rovers
Kingdom Boys 8-0 Bridge Utd
Round 4: Mungret 3-0 Listowel Celtic
16’s Round 3: Shannon Town 1-2 Killarney Athletic
Ennis Town 0-6 Killarney Celtic.
Munster WFAI 14’s Cup Semi Final:
Listowel Celtic 0-8 Killarney Celtic
Results – League:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 8-1 Park A
12 Division 1:
Pike Rovers 3-8 Killarney Celtic B
Inter Kenmare 8-2 Castleisland
Camp 2-6 Ballyhar
Killarney Celtic C 0-2 Fenit
Girls 12 Premier:
Listowel Celtic 7-2 Killarney Athletic.
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Castleisland 4-3 Park A
14 Division 1:
Killarney Celtic C 0-3 Mastergeeha
Camp 5-2 Park B
Killarney Celtic B 1-0 Killorglin
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
Fenit 1-7 Park A
16 Division 1:
Mastergeeha 8-2 Park B
Match Reports:
12’s National Cup:
The remaining sides in the National Cup now know what they need to do to reach their first goal – a place in the Last 32 Open Draw.
However one side who has already reached this stage is Listowel Celtic. They defeated Cappamore in Waterford 5-0 to become the first Kerry team into this year’s open draw hat. Sean McGrath continued to add to his growing reputation with 4 goals with Tadgh O’Carroll adding the 5th.
Kerry are guaranteed another side in the draw as Killarney Celtic set up a Last 64 clash with Kingdom Boys. Celtic’s 6-1 win over Shannon Town ensured this and came thanks to goals from Emmet O’Shea, Ryan O’Grady, Christian Casey, Neil O’Shea from a cracking free kick, a long range James Darmody effort and an og made by the hassling qualities of Jack McCarthy.
The next target for the clubs who make the last 32 is to reach the last 8 as these teams will also gain entry into the Danone Cup play-off.
14’s National Cup:
Kingdom Boys set up a last 64 clash away to Pike Rovers, conquerors of Inter Kenmare. The Tralee side were easy winners over Bridge United where Dillon Robinson was unstoppable, scoring 5. Kevin Williams, Fiachra Ennis and Dara Lowth were the other scorers.
Unfortunately Inter were not able to set up an all Kerry clash as they went down to Pike 5-1. The home side were 3-1 down and pushed hard to get one back but were caught on the break.
Killarney Celtic will be happy to be at home in the next round after they were made fight all the way by BT Harps. The game in Templemore went to extra time before Celtic went through 5-3. Michael Devlin, Sean Doherty, Shane O’Sullivan, Lee Downing and Gearoid Looney were the Hoops scorers.
They now face Kilcornan in the next round to see if they can get into the Open Draw on December 14th.
There was no luck for Killarney Athletic who went down to Nenagh 8-1 in Round 3 or Listowel Celtic who lost to Mungret Regional in Round 4.
16’s National Cup:
The two Killarney sides were on the road and both had very good wins to move to within one win of the open draw. Killarney Celtic had a handy win in Ennis putting 6 past the Town side. Peter McCarthy and Michael Potts got 2 each with Dara Moynihan and Cathal O’Shea adding one each. Celtic will welcome Herbertstown to Celtic Park in Round 4.
Killarney Athletic had a much tougher battle against Shannon Town but they came out on the right side of a 2-1 win. Patrick Daly and David Naughton were the scorers to set up an away trip to Aisling Annacotty.
MWFAI 14’s Cup semi Final:
Killarney won the battle of the Celtic’s in the Munster Women’s U14 Cup semi- final. Goals from Hannah O’Donoghue, who got 4, Siobhan Burns with 3 and one from Kate Stack sent Killarney Celtic into their first ever Munster Girls Final. They will meet Hollyhill in the final after the Cork side beat Killmallock 6-4 after extra time.
This means that we have a Kerry girls side in both the 14’s and 16’s Munster Finals as Listowel Celtic are to meet Nenagh in older age groups decider.
Both of these games are provisionally set for Saturday, December 7th.
League Reports:
There was one game in the Moriarty’s Centra 11’s where Camp defeated Listowel Celtic.
JK Sports 12’s:
In the 12 Premier Kingdom Boys continue to lead the way and are now unbeaten in their 4 games. Here they were too strong for neighbours The Park. Pa Keane, John Carmody and Sean Kennedy all got 2 each with Leo Gaxha and Daniel Bowler scoring one each.
Division 1:
The biggest surprise of the day was in this Division when the unbeaten Castleisland, who had 5 wins from 5 travelled to Inter Kenmare. And it was the home side who took the points and end Castleisland’s unblemished run. Colin and Daniel Crowley were on fire netting 6 between them with Senan Rielly and Joshua Fein adding goals. Ryan Dennehy and Jordan Coffey replied for Castleisland.
With Castleisland losing the other two unbeaten sides knew that whoever won would go joint top and have a game in hand. Camp and Ballyhar both went into the game with 4 wins from 4 and it was the away side that got the vital win. Gearoid Coffey netted 3 with Pat O’Connor and Nathan and Dylan Callaghan all scoring one each in a 6-2 win.
Killarney Celtic B moved into joint third as they proved too strong for the Park C in Christy Leahy Park. Tino Martinez hit 4 , Paul O’Sullivan 2 and Terry Sparling and Manual one each were the Hoops scorers in an 8-3 win.
In the other game Fenit took the points from their visit to Celtic Park where they defeated Killarney Celtic C 2-0.
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
The Park missed their chance to join Kingdom Boys at the top of the table as they went down 4-3 to Castleisland. The Horan’s were the hero’s for Castleisland with Eddie getting 3 and Josh the other while Josh Wadding, Adam Ward and David McMahon replied for The Park.
Division 1:
In Division 1 leaders Killarney Celtic B were 1-0 winners at home to Killorglin thanks to a Gary Cronin goal.
Camp moved into second place, 3 behind Celtic with a game in hand, after a cracker against Park B. Camp went 3-0 up thanks to a Jack Farrell penalty, an og and a Killian Falvey goal. Park B pulled it back to 3-2 thanks to goals from Sean O’Driscoll and Jake Deering. However a second Jack Farrell penalty and a header from sub Padraig Cullihane saw Camp take the three points.
Mastergeeha had goals from Jamie O’Shea, Niall Connor and Denis Connor in their 3-0 win over Killarney Celtic C.
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
The Park A made it two wins from two to move to within 3 of unbeaten Killarney Celtic thanks to a 7-1 win away to Fenit. Seguine Duyile, Fergal Ryan and Ferdie O’Brien all hit 2 with the other coming from Luke Moynihan in their win.
Division 1:
Mastergeeha are now 3 wins from 3 after they put 8 past the Park B without reply to close the gap to the Tralee side to 6 points, and the Kilbrean side have games in hand.
David Gleeson and Paul O’Connor both hit a hat tricks and there goals were added to by one each from Luke Murphy and Kieran O’Connor.
Team of the Week:
Cathal O’Donoghue
Castleisland 14’s
Dylan O’Callaghan Dylan Engil Clifford Bobby O’Regan
Ballyhar 14’s Park 14’s Fenit 16’s
Paul O’Sullivan Davidas John Carmody David Gleeson
Killarney Celtic u12’s Camp 14’s Kingdom Boys 12’s Mastergeeha 16’s
Sean McGrath Colin Crowley Hannah O’Donoghue
Listowel Celtic 12’s Inter Kenmare 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Girls