Killarney Celtic fly National Cup flag:
National Cup 4th Round:
13’s: Kingdom Boys 2-6 Nenagh
Killarney Celtic 2-4 Herbertstown
15’s: Kilmallock 2-2 Killarney Celtic
AET Killarney Celtic won 3-2.
Mungret Regional 9-0 Ballyhar
League:
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Park A 4-0 inter Kenmare
Division 1:
Camp 3-0 Park B
Castleisland 6-4 Mastergeeha
Killarney Athletic A 3-0 Killarney Celtic C.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 5-0 Lisotwel Celtic
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 1-4 Mastergeeha
Division 2:
Asdee 4-4 Park B
Killarney Celtic B 3-2 Killarney Athletic B.
Tralee Trophy World 16 South:
Park B 3-3 Killarney Athletic
Killarney Celtic 1-4 Killarney Athletic (mid-week).
Girls 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic A 5-3 Kingdom Girls.
Reports:
National Cup 4th Round;
With the Open Draw for the National Cup’s set to take place next Saturday 4 Kerry sides were hoping to get that far. Unfortunately for 3 of them the journey is over. However Killarney Celtic 15’s are still flying the flag as they defeated Killmallock 3-2 after extra time. Celtic were 2-0 up thanks to strikes from Conor McCarthy and Mikey Moynihan. But Kilmallock pulled it back to send the game to extra time. Luckily for Celtic David Clifford popped up with the winner with minutes to go.
Ballyhar’s great run in the National Cup came to an end as they came up against a very strong Mungret Regional side away in Limerick.
In the 13’s goals from Mikey Kelliher and Kevin Williams weren’t enough for Kingdom Boys to go through as they went out 2-6 to Nenagh. Killarney Celtic 13’s also had 2 goal scorers – Sean Doherty and Anthony Darmody whose strikes levelled their game with Herbertown. However the Limerick side went on to win 4-2.
The sides left in the Even side of the competition will be playing their 4th round games next Saturday with The Park away to Avenue and Killarney Celtic home to BT Harps in the 12’s, Kingdom Boys away to Charleville and Killarney Celtic and Ballyhar home to Granagh and Avenue.
League Round Up:
Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:
In Group 1 Killarney Celtic just got the better of Kingdom Boys while Park A and Listowel Celtic drew. In Group 2 Listowel Celtic B and Killarney Celtic B were the winners while in Group 3 The Park, Camp and Asdee while Killarney Celtic C and Fenit drew.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
The Park defeated Inter Kenmare in the only Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier game to go ahead. 2 goals from Mike Slattery and one each from Conor Higgins and Ruairi Kelly saw The Park move onto 6 points and into joint second place in the table.
Division 1:
The big clash in this division saw second placed, and unbeaten Castleisland host table toppers Mastergeeha. And the home side have retained their unbeaten record and now joint Mastergeeha at the top of the table on 12 points and they also have a game in hand.
The sides netted ten times between them with Castleisland hitting 6 from David Shanahan and Eddie Horan who got 2 each, Kevin O’Mahoney hit 1 and the other was an og. For Mastergeeha Paul O’Shea, Dylan Murphy, Sean O’Keeffe and Conor O’Leary were the scorers.
Camp defeated 4th placed The Park B to join them on 4 points while Killarney Athletics 3-0 win over Killarney Celtic C sees them move into joint third place on 6 points. Jason Coffey, Finbarr Hickey and Jack Savage were on the mark for the Woodlawn boys.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Premier:
There was one mid week game played in this Division with Killarney Celtic proving too strong for Listowel Celtic under lights in Killarney. Mark Harnett hit 2 with Gary Mathews, Oran O’Donoghue and Cian Gammell netting one each.
Killarney Plaza 15’s – Premier:
Mastergeeha’s trip to Kingdom Boys proved a successful one as they defeated the Tralee side 4-1. Dean Fitzgerald hit 2 with James Nagle and Paul O’Connor one each as the Kibrean side join Kingdom Boys on 6 points and in joint third place.
Division 2:
Leaders The Park were held to a draw in a cracker in Asdee with both sides sharing 8 goals. The point still sees the Tralee side lead on 13 points and it came courtesy of goals from Evan Doody 2, Rory Kelly and Aaron Shanahan. Asdee remain in third place on 7 points and in this game Cian O’Manhony and Cillian Courtney both scored twice.
Second placed Killarney Athletic B missed the chance to capitalise on The Park dropping two points as they squandered a 2-0 lead to get pipped in the last minute by Killarney Celtic B. Partyk Barthy and Paul Murphy had given Athletic a 2-0 lead but goals from Diego and Jacob levelled matters before Mike Shanahan hit the winners for The Hoops in the last minute.
Tralee Trophy World 16’s South:
The Park B’s point sees them take over at the top of the table, but only by that point from Mastergeeha who have two games in hand now. The point came following a 3-3 draw with Killarney Athletic who made it four points from six this week which sees them move onto 7 points and into third on their own. Gearoid Savage, Karl Mullins and Emmanaul netted for The Park with Micheal Casey, Ronan Buckley and Paul Clark getting the Athletic goals.
Mid week they had defeated Killarney Celtic 4-1 thanks to goals from Ronan Buckley, Adam O’Shea, Michael Casey and Lee O’Doherty. Evan Cronin replied for Celtic.
Girls 12’s:
In the 12 Girls Premier Killarney Celtic A took the points from Kingdom Girls but were made fight all the way by the younger side from Tralee. Anna Clifford and Katie McCarthy both scored twice for Celtic with Laura Burke getting the fifth.
Two young girls with names long associated with Tralee Dynamos scored for their sister club Kingdom Girls. Cloghadh McHugh got one and Claudia O’Rahilly 2 – her first for the club.

Team of the Week:
Robert Osbourne
Killarney Celtic 13’s
Garroid Savage Chris O’Donoghue Paudie O’Connor
Park 16’s Killarney Celtic 14’s Ballyhar 15’s
Michael Dee Jack Savage Daniel Dennehy David Shanahan
Asdee 15’s Killarney Athletic 13’s Mastergeeha 13’s Castleisland 13’s
Jonathan Myers Claudia O’Rahilly Gavin White
Kingdom Boys 15’s Kingdom Girls Killarney Athletic 16’s