U13 National Cup Quarter-Final
Killorglin 0 Clonmel Town 2,
Clonmel started with a very strong and swirling wind and had the ball in the net within 30 seconds, the influential Rhys O’Regan and Eanna Ryan setting up Sam Dwyer for a goal. Killorglin were under the cosh all through the first half and were stung again when a brilliant long distance free kick by David Brannigan doubled Clonmel’s lead.
Killorglin did much better on the turnaround, with the outstanding Gearoid Hassett switching from attack to defense and very unlucky with great free kick of his own and Jack O’Connor causing Clonmel huge problems down the left flank, but they couldn’t get through for the goal their efforts deserved.
Special mention has to be made of the great work of the hosts, with a match programme, excellent stewarding, and free entry for supporters –Killorglin FC did themselves very proud both on and off the pitch.
12’s Cup: Killarney Athletic 4-3 Killorglin B
13’s Cup: Mastergeeha 2-0 Listowel Celtic B
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Park A 1-1 Kingdom Boys
Killarney Celtic A 8-0 Listowel Celtic A
Division 1:
St Bernards 2-4 Killarney Celtic B
Division 2:
Park B 6-1 Asdee
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 5-2 Castleisland
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Park A 1-7 Killarney Celtic A
15 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare 9-0 Killarney Athletic B
Castlemaine 2-4 Killarney Athletic B
Ballyhar 5-2 Camp
Park B 1-3 Listowel Celtic B
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Castleisland 7-3 Listowel Celtic
Inter League:
12’s: Cork 4-0 Kerry and Kerry 2-3 South Tipperary.
15’s: Limerick District 6-2 Kerry.

In the John Murphy 12’s Cup Killarney Athletic booked the last place with a 4-3 win over Killorglin B. But for a while it looked like the visitors were going through with an Eoin Hassett hat trick putting Killorglin B 3-0 up.
But Athletic stormed back with goals from Evan Looney 2. Seymon Bartkinwicz and Alex Hennighan. The win sets up a home quarter final against Ballyhar.
Mastergeeha are into the last 8 of the Last 8 of the 13’s Cup after they got the game from Listowel Celtic B. Already through are Park A, Listowel Celtic A, Listowel Celtic C and Killarney Celtic B.
Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:
There were wins for Park A and Inter B over Inter and Kingdom Boys as the 11’s League comes towards its conclusion.
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Killarney Celtic wrapped up the title with a good win over Listowel Celtic. Peter O’Sullivan and Ryan Kelliher netted 2 each while Ryan O’Grady, Neil O’Shea, Darragh Lyne and Patrick Darcy all hitting one each.
The Tralee derby finished in a 1 all draw with Alfie Christie netting for the home side and Sean Kennedy equalising for their neighbours Kingdom Boys.
Division 1:
With Killarney Athletic and Inter Kenmare not playing 3rd placed St Bernards were looking to close the game on them but they went down 4-2 to Killarney Celtic B. Evan Lyne hit three for Killarney Celtic and Adam McMahon getting the other. Adam Burke scored the two for the Saints.
Killorglin had goals from Stephen Seely, Brian Meehan and Jack Evans in their 5-1 over Kingdom Boys B.
Division 2:
The Park B moved level with Listowel Celtic C in second place after a 6-1 win over Asdee. It was the day of the Dziedziuch double with Mark netting 4 and Carl 1 while Samson Ayavi scored the other goal.
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic wrapped up the title and remained unbeaten after a 7-1 win over Park in Tralee. Micheal Potts and Mark Harnett scored two each. Gearoid Dillane scored for the Park.
15 Division 1
The big clash in this Division had unbeaten Ballyhar in third place taking on leaders Camp who were on 27points from 10 games. And with Niall O’Donoghue, Cian Callaghan and Diarmuid O’Mahony on the mark it was the boys from Murt Scott Park that kept the points in Ballyhar to now to move to 8 unbeaten and are favourites for the title as they have games in hand. Joe Saunders and Joe Kennedy scored for Camp.
Killarney Athletic met and leap-frogged Castlemaine into 4th with a 4-2 away win. Ryan Casey hit 2 for the winners and the others came from Liam Curran and Blake Bolster. Cian Bradley got both for Castlemaine.
Inter Kenmare were too strong for Killarney Athletic B with Dillon O’Connor have a great day scoring 5. Dion Burke, Gearoid Fennessy and Ben O’Shea scored the others.
Listowel Celtic B were 3-1 winners away to the Park for who Stephen Benjamin scored. Michael Kirby, Dean Halpin and Cian McCarthy were the Celtic scorers.
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Castleisland and Listowel Celtic were involved in a high scoring encounter ending 7-3 to the home side. John McMahon hit 4, Mathew Brown 2 and Sean Donoghue 1 were the Castleisland scorers while Ashley Kelliher, Cathal Kennelly, Darren Loughnane and Brian Mason scored for the North Kerry side.
Inter League:
Kerry were in Inter League action at 12’s and 15’s with both teams in Limerick. The 12’s were involved in the first of two weekends of action at UL and went down 4-0 to a very strong Cork side and were drawing 2 all with South Tipperary until the last kick of the when they conceded a third. Liam Tobin and Sean McGrath were the Kerry scorers.
The 15’s went down 5-2 to Limerick District on Aisling Annacotty’s All Weather. Michael Potts got the Kerry goals.
There were places in this weekend’s u10’s Futsal Finals up for grabs in the Mounthawk gym with some very exciting games. Killarney Celtic won all their games to top the group followed by Killarney Celtic 2. Castleisland were 3rd and The Park 4 and all 4 go forward.
The groups for this weekend’s finals in Mounthawk Gym are:
Group 1: Kingdom Boys 1, Park 1, Killarney Celtic 1 & 2.
Group 2: Castleisland, Park 2 & 4, Kingdom Boys 2.
Team of the Week:
Mark Kelliher
Killarney Celtic 13’s
Luke Fitzgerald Niall O’Donoghue Ashley Kelliher
Castleisland 16’s Ballyhar 15’s Listowel Celtic 16’s
Alex Hennigan Jack Evans Brendan Walsh Maniek Malowski
Killarney Athletic 12’s Killorglin 13’s St Bernards 13’s Park 15’s
Sean Kennedy Dillon O’Connor Joe Saunders
Kingdom Boys 13’s Inter Kenmare 15’s Camp 15’s