Killarney Celtic reach 2nd Skechers Regional Final

Killarney Celtic through in Skechers as first teams through in Kerry Cups:
Skechers 15’s Regional Play Off Semi-Final:
Killarney Celtic 3-2 Limerick FC
John Murphy 12’s Cup:
Park C 1-9 Mastergeeha
John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup:
LB Rovers 1-5 Killorglin A
Ballyhar 4-1 Killorglin C
Ballyheigue – Castleisland
MEK 3-4 Dingle Bay Rovers
Healy Family 15’s Cup:
Listowel Celtic A 3-0 Dingle Bay Rovers
Fenit 0-1 Killarney Celtic B
Park A 8-0 Ballyheigue
League Results:
JK Sports 12 Division 2:
MEK 4-1 Killarney Celtic C
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Listowel Celtic A 9-2 Killarney Athletic A
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Tralee Dynamos 6-2 Killarney Athletic
Division 1:
Ballyhar 1-0 Camp Juniors
Mastergeeha 0-4 Killorglin A
Division 2:
Rattoo Rovers 8-1 Park C
Castleisland 7-0 Inter Kenmare
JK Sports 12 Girls Premier:
Listowel Celtic 4-4 Camp Juniors
Reports:
Killarney Celtic 15’s through to Regional Final:
Killarney Celtic’s 15’s are the second team from the club to reach a Skechers Regional Final this season. They have reached their decider following a 3-2 win over Limerick FC at Celtic Park. Terry Sparling scored twice and Jack O’Connor the third in the win. Celtic will play either Regional United A or Charleville in the Regional final.
Team through to the next round of the Cup’s:
John Murphy 12’s Cup: Mastergeeha are the first side through to the next round of the John Murphy 12’s Cup. 2 goals each from Hugh Lenihan, James Williams and Sean Doolin and one each from David O’Leary, Oisin Kelly and Jack Donoghue saw them into the hat for the next round. Jack Slattery got the Park C consolation.
John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup: Killorglin A, Ballyhar and Dingle Bay Rovers are into Round 2 of the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup. Killorglin were 5-1 winners over LB Rovers.
Killorglin had goals from Eoghan Hassett, Jack O’Sullivan, Ryan Diggin, Adam Owens and Tom Whittleton in their 5-1 win over LB Rovers for whom Padraig O’Connor scored.
A Stephen Palmer hat trick and a goal from Colin Callaghan saw Ballyhar win at Murt Scott Park to go into the hat for Round 2. They defeated Killorglin C whose Stevie Gannon scored their only goal.
Dingle Bay Rovers were pushed all the way by an ever improving MEK. The sides shared 7 goals with the West Kerry player just coming out on top. James Hoare scored twice with the other Dingle Bay goals coming from Cormac O’Cinneide and Antoine O’Se. Eddie Moroney hit a hat trick, his second in two games, saw the Mid Kerry team coming back from 4-0 down to 4-3 but they just ran out of time to find the equaliser.
The Ballyheigue v Castleisland game was abandoned just before half time when the Ballyheigue keeper, Charlie Fitzgerald, suffered a suspected collar bone injury and we all wish him well. The game was scoreless at the time.
Healy Family 15’s Cup: Listowel Celtic A had goals from Darragh Lynch, Justin Cotter and Finlay O’Brien as they progressed past Dingle Bay Rovers 3-0.
Sean McGrath hit 4, Mervyn Shalemba 2 and Colin Walsh and John Carmody one each as Park A got past Ballyheigue.
A Cian Doe penalty was enough to secure a 1-0 win for Killarney Celtic B away to Fenit.
League Reports:
MEK up to 2ND in 12 Premier:
MEK’s 4-1 win over Killarney Celtic C sees move up to second place in the table. Rocco Sheehan and Fionn Kennelly both scored twice in the win. Josh Bowler replied for Celtic C.
Listowel Celtic within a point of 2nd in 13 Premier:
Listowel Celtic proved to be too strong for Killarney Athletic A and their 3 points moves them to within 1 point of second placed St Brendan’s Park. Celtic’s goals came from Aoife Horgan and Robert Stack 2 each with one each from Adam Segal, Adam Swan and Tommy Boland while Rocco Rejeccian and Conal Gallagher replied for Athletic.
Tralee Dynamos into 2nd in 15 Premier:
Sean Kennedy and Leo Gaxha will have to share the match ball as both of them hit hat tricks in Tralee Dynamos 6-2 win over Killarney Athletic in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier. They are now on 10 points, just 3 behind leaders Killarney Celtic A.
New leaders in 15 Division 1:
Ballyhar are the new leaders of the 15’s Division 1 after they defeated previous leaders Camp Juniors 1-0. Craig O’Sullivan got the only goal in a win that sees them move onto 19 points, 2 ahead of Camp Juniors.
Killorglin remain in third place but have closed the gap on the two sides above them after a 4-1 win over Mastergeeha. Ethan Coffey 2, Stephen O’Loughlin and Callum Russell were the Killorglin scorers.
Castleisland top of 15 Division 2:
There was lots of movement at the top of the 15 Division 2 with Castleisland moving onto 19 points but they have played 8 games, one more than St Bernard’s and Rattoo Rovers who are joined together on 18 points from their 7 games played.
Dillon Moriarty hit 4 goals, JP Carroll 2 with Darragh Quinlan, Kevin Goulding and Nathan McGrath all scoring once in the win. David Banks replied for Park C.
Hugo Turkiovic had a hat trick for Castleisland and his three were added to by goals from Sean Sullivan, Adam Joy, Connie O’Connor and Dylan Curtin as they defeated Inter Kenmare.
Point’s shared in 12 Girls Premier:
Listowel Celtic and Camp Juniors shared the points in a 4-4 cracker . Listowel Celtic were looking for 5 wins from 5 games and were 4-2 up thanks to goals from Ciara Henderson 2, Kelly Enright and Ella Buckley. Fionnula Casey and Triona Murphy were on the mark for Camp Juniors.
The Camp club have been doing great work this season with their Girls teams and it proved worthwhile here as they came back to draw the game with Casey completing her hat trick late on.
Team of the Week:
Charlie Fitzgerald
Ballyheigue 13’s
Philip Evans Oscar Donnegan Ben Murphy
Tralee Dynamos 15’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s LB Rovers 12’s
Hugh Lenihan Cian Doe Ethan Coffey Jack Sheehan
Mastergeeha 12’s Killarney Celtic 15’s Killorglin 15’s Park 15’s
Eddie Moroney Stephen Palmer Dylan Moriarty
MEK 13’S Ballyhar 13’s Rattoo Rovers 15’s