Trip to the Orchard next up for Killarney Celtic 15’s:
National Cup Last 16:
12’s Killarney Celtic 1-4 St Kevin’s Boys:
15’s Killarney Celtic 2-2 Renmore AET.
Celtic win 5-4 on penalties.
Kerry Cup’s:
11’s Camp 8-1 Castleisland
12’s John Murphy Cup Last 16:
Listowel Celtic 3-0 Ballyhar
Camp 0-1 Killarney Athletic
Killorglin A 2-1 Park A
Killorglin B 1-5 Inter Kenmare
Mastergeeha 3-1 St Bernard’s
JK Sports 12’s
Division 1: Park B 4-4 Listowel Celtic B
Division 2: Fenit 1-4 Asdee
Daly’s Supervalu 13:
Premier: Kingdom Boys 4-0 Inter Kenmare
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s
Premier: Kingdom Boys 9-1 Killorglin
Listowel Celtic A 1-4 Mastergeeha
Division 1: Killarney Athletic A 2-0 Fenit
Park A 2-2 Castlemaine
Camp 4-0 Killarney Celtic B
Division 2: Listowel Celtic B 2-2 Killorglin
Killarney Athletic 0-3 Castleisland
Girls 14’s:
Killarney Celtic A 7-0 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Athletic 5-0 Kingdom Girls
Tralee Trophy World 16’s:
Premier: Park A 3 – 1 Mastergeeha
Kingdom Boys 1-3 Killarney Athletic
Division 1: Killorglin A 5-0 Camp (played mid-week).
Fenit 2-1 Castleisland
Park B 2-0 Camp
Ballyhar 5-1 Killorglin A
Killarney Celtic B 0-1 Killorglin B
Killarney Celtic set for trip to the Orchard in the Nat Cup Last 8:
Killarney Celtic have book as place in the Last 8 of the 15’s National Cup thanks to a sudden death penalty win over Renmore from Galway.
In fact Killarney Celtic were never in front in the game until the first penalty when Cathal O’Shae scored after Renmore had missed their first.
But this was a game in which the score-line certainly didn’t reflect the story of the game and indeed if The Hoops lost they would be kicking themselves. However on the form shown in front of goal in this game there is no guarantee they would connect!
Celtic dominated the possession stakes and created enough goal chances to win 3 games but couldn’t find that all important 3rd.
The home side went behind in the 10th minute when Cian Garrnett swooped on a defensive mistake to rifle the ball home from inside the box. However Celtic equalised inside the next ten when a Dion Marcos header was knocked down to Mikey Moynihan who made no mistake from a tight angle,
However in the 29th minute Renmare took the lead. Ryan Forde was fouled just outside the box and he picked himself up to curl home a cracking free kick that gave keeper David Spillane no chance.
But to their credit the Celtic players never dropped their heads and after good spell of pressure they got their reward when Dion Marcos smashed the ball home from inside the box.
Celtic continued to dominate and will be happy with the number of chances they created but disappointed that they didn’t take many more of them. Indeed they were left holding on at the end when Remnore sniffed victory but David Spillane and his defenders held on to take the game into extra time and on into penalties.
Renmore went first and missed while O’Shea put Celtic 1 up. However their advantage was short lived when Emmet Beirne dived full length to his left to save Conor McCarthy’s effort.
Peter McCarthy, Cian Gammell and Dara Moynihan all scored as did Renmore to leave it 4 all after 5 penalties. Into sudden death and when the Renmore number 10 Cian Garrett (who had a great game) blazed over it left to Mikey Moynihan who showed great composure to slot home the spot kick. Killarney Celtic march on to the quarter finals where they will face Cherry Orchard on March 23rd / 24th.
Danone Cup 12’s Last 16: Killarney Celtic bowed out of the 12’s National Cup going down 4-1 to St Kevin’s Boys. The Celtic boys tried hard but found the Dublin kids too hot to handle and went 3-0 down in the first half. However to their credit they kept going, even when Kevin’s made it 4 and got their reward with ten minute to go when Daragh Lyne scored.
But deservedly St Kevins march on where they join their teammates on the second St Kevins team who are also through to the last 8 – some feat for any club.
Kerry Cup’s:
In the 11’s Cup there was one rearranged game and it was Camp who proved too strong for Castleisland. Sean Kennedy had a day to remember hitting 7 goals with David Smith also on the score sheet.
The John Murphy 12’s Cup has 5 teams into the Last 8. Goals from Tadgh McAvoy 2 and Devon McKenna saw Listowel Celtic book their place at the expense of Ballyhar.
Only one goal separated Camp and Killarney Athletic and it was Keith Suter got it for Athletic to put them through. Killorglin, with goals from Dara Purcell and a Jack O’Connor 30 yard screamer late on, beat The Park 2-1. Fergal O’Brien had equalised for The Park.
However their B team club mates couldn’t match Inter Kenmare who are into the next round thanks to goals from Tom Murnane 2, Colm Foley 2, Bucci Nicki and Donal Crowley.
Masstergeeha went through 3-1 at home to St Bernards. Paul O’Shea 2 and Dylan Murphy were on the mark for the Kilbrean team
The other three places will go to the winners of Kingdom Boys v Killarney Celtic B, Fenit against Killarney Celtic C and Killarney Celtic A at home to Asdee.
In the JK Sports 12 Division 1 The Park B and Listowel Celtic played out an 8 goal thriller with both sides hitting 4 each. The Dziedziuch brothers Mark and Carl both scored one each with Brian O’Dowd getting 2.
Asdee were 4-1 winners over Fenit in the JK Sports 12 Division 2. Paddy O’Rourke, Conor and Pat Carmody and Mark Hennessy were the scorers for Asdee while Cian Donnellan replied for Fenit.
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Kingdom Boys have moved to joint top of the 13 Premier after they beat Inter Kenmare 4-0. Goals from Dillon Robinson, Kevin Williams, Sean Foley and David O’Connor sees Kingdom Boys move level with Listowel Celtic at the summit.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s:
In the Premier Kingdom Boys are still unbeaten after a big win over Killorglin. Rian O’Sullivan 3, Odhran Liston 2, Dan Goggin, Brian Kennedy, Padraig Looney, Dara Divine were the scorers. They top the division on 15 points. The two sides in joint third place met and it was Mastergeeha who take that spot on their as they beat Listowel Celtic 4-1. Patrick Warren got a hat trick and John Hannigan were the Mastergeeha scorers,
Leaders The Park dropped their first points in 9 games as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Castlemaine. Dylan O’ Sullivan and Gearoid Dillane scored for The Park with Dwight Boscolo and Eoin Griffin netting for the Park.
Second placed Killarney Athletic closed the gap on the leaders to 7 points with three games in hand as they defeated Fenit 2-0. Third placed Killarney Celtic will be disappointed to have gone down 4-0 to Camp who now join them in 3rd place. Jimmy Grady 2, Joe Kennedy and Cathal Ferriyer were Fenits scorers.
14 Girls Premier:
Killarney Celtic’s two teams met and it was the A girls who beat their team-mates. On the score sheet were Lauren Rintoul, Rebecca Horgan, Ava Looney, Orla O’Mahony, Siobhan Burns with Grace Cahillane scoring from the B’s.
Killarney Athletic got the better of Kingdom Girls and had Kate Stack, Rebeccsa Lyne, Elizabeth O’Neill and Niamh Randles on the score sheet.
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:
The Park were 3-1 winners at home to Mastergeeha from whom Paul O’Connor while Killarney Athletic will be happy with their 3-1 win away at Kingdom Boys. Donal Kinsella was on hand for the home side while Adam O’Shea, Gavin White and Conor Randall’s goals ensured that Athletic to home the three points.
There was lots of action in the 16’s Division 1. Fenit were 2-1 winners over Castleisland. John McMahon from the penalty spot was the Castleisland scorer while Cian McGarry and Thomas Dwyer in the last minute was just enough to see Fenit through.
The Park B had a good win over Camp thanks to goals from Gearoid Savage, Danny Brosnan and Conor Hurley. Ballyhar had a bit in hand over Killorglin A thanks to a William Courtney hat trick and 2 from Connall Murphy. Earlier in the week there was a better outcome for Killorglin A as goals from Dan Whittleton 2, Andre O’Sullivan, Tim Kennedy and Luke Connolly gave them the points against Camp for whom Jack Nix scored.
A Dean George goal was all the separated Killarney Celtic B and Killorglin with the three points going to the away side.
12’s Inter League: Kerry were Inter League action on the first of two days of action in the 12’s Inter League. We went down 1-0 to South Tipperary despite good performances by James Sheehan and Ryan Kelliher. However they dusted themselves down and won the second versus WWEC. Padraig McCannon and Jared Barton were the Kerry scorers.
Team of the Week:
Denis Ring
Mastergeeha 16’s
Mark Murphy Evan O’Brien Eoin Clifford Brian Friel
Park 12’s Castleisland Killorglin 12’s Masteergeeha 14’s
Cathal Ferriter Lauren Rintoul Sean Foley Daniel O’Rourke
Camp 14’s Killarney Celtic Kingdom Boys 13’s Listowel Celtic 12’s