Killarney Celtic book place in Open Draw which has to be redrawn

Killarney Celtic take final Last 32 spot:
13’s National Cup:
Shannon Town 0-7 Killarney Celtic
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
Premier:
Listowel Celtic A 2-3 Kingdom Boys
13 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic B 3-0 St Bernards
Inter Kenmare 1-0 Ballyhar
Killarney Athletic 4-1 Killarney Celtic B
13 Division 2:
Kingdom Boys B 1-2 Fenit
Asdee 3-5 Killorglin B
Killarney Celtic C 0-3 Camp
Listowel Celtic C 4-2 Park B
Killarney Plaza 15’s
Mastergeeha 5-2 Park A
Kingdom Boys 2-4 Killarney Celtic
Division 1:
Castlemaine 2-2 Killarney Celtic B
Killorglin 3-5 Ballyhar
Camp 8-2 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Athletic B 3-2 Park B
Asdee 1-3 Killarney Athletic A
Girls 14’s Premier:
Killarney Athletic 2-3 Listowel Celtic
Reports:
Shannon Town 0-7 Killarney Celtic:
This game was delayed due to appeals at earlier rounds but thankfully this didn’t affect Killarney Celtic who booked their last place in the last 32 with a 7-0 in. Ryan Kelliher led the way with a hat trick. Ryan O’Grady hit two and with Darragh Lyne and Michael Lenihan getting one each it was The Hoops who progress to the Open Draw.
Directive to redo Draw:
The long running dispute between the DDSL and the SFAI came to a very unsatisfactory conclusion last Saturday at the SFAI Council meeting. Following a directive by the FAI the draw for the last 32 will now have to be re-done to include the DDSL, who redrew their section in mid-week. Council members expressed grave disappointment at this directive but in the end accepted to implement it under protest. The last 32 should be redrawn this week.
Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:
There were wins for The Park , Killarney Celtic and Listowel Celtic in Group 1 as they got the better of Kingdom Boys, Killorglin and Inter Kenmare. In Group 2 Camp A got the better of Listowel Celtic B, Killarney Athletic did the same to Park B with Killarney Celtic B also winning in Killorglin. Asdee defeated Killarney Celtic C and Park C pipped Ballyhar in Group 3.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
There was one game in the Premier and with the top two, Killarney Celtic and Killorglin, not in action Kingdom Boys took full advantage and moved into joint second place with a 3-2 away win at Listowel Celtic. Goals from Leo Gaxha, Nemanja Samardzic and Cody Dauti gave Kingdom Boys the win while a Jack Kennelly penalty and one from Brendan O’Neill weren’t enough to give Listowel Celtic anything from the game.
Division 1:
With co- leaders St Bernard’s surprisingly going down 3-0 to Listowel Celtic this Division has been opened up. Inter Kenmare now top the Division after their 1-0 win over Ballyhar. Tom Murnane got the only goal of the game to give his side a very valuable three points.
Killarney Athletic defeated Killarney Celtic B 4-1 and are now only three points off second place. Harry Potts and Eoin Talbot both hit a brace for Athletic while David Cantillon replied for Celtic.
Division 2:
The battle between Listowel Celtic C and Camp continues with both sides adding another three points to their total. Celtic have played a game more and now have 18 points from their 7 games thanks to a 4-2 win over Park B. Sean McGrath continued his scoring prowess with hat trick and Tadgh O’Connell added the fourth for Listowel Celtic with Mervyn Shalamba scoring both the Park’s goals.
Camp are also on 18 points but have ‘only’ played 6 games. A goal from Sean og Moran and 2 from Chris Kane gave them a 3-0 win away to Killarney Celtic C.
Killorglin also won on the road as they took the 3 points home from Asdee. The winners had Jack Carey, Jack O’Leary, Tim O’Shea, Ethan Coffey and Aaron Broderick on the score sheet. Fenit had goals from Jack Falvey and Keavinn McElligott in a 2-1 win to keep pressure on the three sides above them.
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic took a big step towards this title with a win over rivals Kingdom Boys. These sides have had many great battles over the years and on this occasion it was the Killarney boys who prevailed. David Clifford scored twice with Michael Potts and Jack Griffin netting one each for the Hoops. Dillon Robinson got both for Kingdom Boys but it wasn’t enough.
15 Division 1:
Camp have made it 8 wins from 8 as they proved to be too strong for Inter Kenmare at home. Jack Kennedy, Jimmy O’Grady and Cathal Ferriter all scored two each while Michael Scanlon and Cillian Hennessy also got on the score sheet as Camp reached 24 points.
Killorglin were well in the hunt and unbeaten from their 5 games before this series but their title hopes suffered a blow when they dropped their first points of the season in a 5-3 loss to Ballyhar, who themselves are now unbeaten in their 5 games.
Niall O’Donoghue and Donnachda O’Sullivan both scored two each and Jake Flynn got one in their win while Patrick Carey 2 and Conor Standen replied for Killorglin.
Castlemaine are onto 10 points and remain in 4th after a 2 all draw with Killarney Celtic B who are only a point behind them. Anthony Darmody and Eoin Moynihan (pen) were the Celtic scorers.
Killarney Athletic A were 3-1 winners away to Asdee thanks to 2 goals from Adam Dennehy and one from Blake Bolster.
Goals from Sean Boyne, Ian O’Shea and Ethan Fleming saw Killarney Athletic B come from behind to beat The Park 3-2 after the Woodlawn side’s management gave a ‘Jonathan Sexton’ style speech at half time.
Girls 14 Premier:
There was one game in the 14 Girls Premier where an Aoife Horgan hat trick saw Listowel Celtic take the three points in a 3-2 win over Killarney Athletic for whom Ellen Coffey and Mairead Lehane scored.
Team of the Week:
David Chui Chui
Inter Kenmare 13’s
Diarmuid Mahony Ian O’Shea Adam Dennehy
Listowel Celtic 13’s Killarney Athletic 15’s Asdee 15’s
Dara McKeefry Ruairi Begley Conor Standen Tadgh Doolan
Killorglin 13’s Camp 13’s Killorglin 15’s Killarney Athletic 13’s
Eoin Moynihan Patrick Warren Conor Lowe
Killarney Celtic 13’s Mastergeeha 15’s Park 15’s