Last 8 Great for Killorglin:
National Cup Last 16:
13’s: Park 2-2 Leixlip United AET.
Lexilip won 4-2 on pens.
14’s Killorglin 3-1 Naas
John Murphy 12’s Cup: Prelim Round
Killorglin C 0-5 Dingle Bay Rvs
Killarney Celtic C 2-3 Killorglin B
Mastergeeha 3-0 Park B
Ballyhar 2-0 Tralee Dynamos B
Killarney Athletic 0-3 Camp Juniors A
Tralee Dynamos B 0-6 Park A
Killorglin A 1-2 Killarney Celtic A
Kerry Cup 13’s Cup Prelim Round:
Camp Junior’s 8-0 Fenit
Tom Hayse 14’s Cup Prelim Round:
Tralee Dynamos B 0-6 Camp Juniors
Listowel Celtic B 4-6 Park B
Ballyhar 2-1 Listowel Celtic A
Killarney Athletic 2-3 Mastergeeha
Tralee Dynamos A 4-2 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Celtic A 7-0 Fenit
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup Last 16:
Park B 1-2 Mastergeeha
Killarney Celtic B 3-0 Ballyhar.
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2:
Castleisland 2-6 St Bernards
Foundation Sports 14 Division 1:
Killorglin B 3-5 Killarney Celtic C
Foundation Sports Ladies 14 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 3-0 Killarney Athletic
Listowel Celtic 6-0 Mastergeeha
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Fenit 1-0 Camp Juniors
Last 8 is Great for Killorglin:
Killorglin 14’s 3-1 Naas 14’s:
Killorglin 14’s are the last Kerry team standing in this seasons National Cup following a 3-1 come from behind win at the Dragon’s Den All Weather.
The visitors started the brightest and Killorglin keeper Alex O’Connor had to alert to hold an Alex Bergin free kick. Bergin was proving dangerous from dead balls and was again on target with a free inside the first ten minutes which O’Connor also saved.
Killorglin then broke and thought they had gone ahead when Gar Hassett put the ball in the Naas net from a Dylan O’Neill pass but the attacker was off side when he received the pass.
The opening goal came on the 10th minute when Naas took the lead. Bergin was again the deliverer of a great corner. O’Connor, who had made good save to conceded the corner, was under pressure in a crowd of players. He did manage to get a fist to the ball but Finn Galligan managed to head the ball home.
Killorglin were almost 2 down a few minutes later but Roan Moriarty made a great goal saving tackle. Gar Hassett and Dara Purcell were proving very dangerous up front and in the 30th minute the sides were level.
Killorglin played the ball back to Naas keeper Cian KellY after an injury. His throw out was too casual and Hassett robbed the defender and play the ball to Purcell. He cut into the box from the right and drilled the ball low across the keeper and into the bottom corner of the net to make it 1 all.
Into the second half and Killorglin began to take control and went ahead after 15 minutes. Dylan O’Neill and Eoin Clifford combined to set up Purcell who rounded the keeper to put Killorglin ahead 2-1.
Naas will be wondering how they didn’t equalise and they had at least two great chances. Aidan Carmody headed wide when it looked easier to score and then they hit the post. With time running out Naas threw everything at Killorglin and even had their keeper coming forward. Killorglin should have wrapped it up on a break but Purcell’s effort was saved despite a 2 on 1 break.
However with 5 minutes to go Killorglin did make it secure, again on another break. Hassett and Purcell took the ball forward and they played in Martin Foley who curled the ball around the keeper to send the huge Killorglin crowd wild with delight.
The final whistle blew and Killorglin march on to the last 8 and a home quarter final against Mervue United.
Heartbreak for The Park at 13’s:
St Brendan’s Park suffered penalty heart break in their National Cup Last 16 as they went down 4-2 on penalties at Christy Leahy Park. It had all started so brightly for home side as they went 2-0 up in the first half. Mervin Shambala and Sean McGrath were on the mark for the Park.
However they conceded a goal right after half time to give Leixlip renewed hope and they equalised inside the last quarter to send the game into extra time.
Neither side scored in the extra time and so onto penalties. Mervin Shambala and Colin Walsh were successful from the spot but with Leixlip scoring 4 it is they who progress to the Last 8.
John Murphy 12’s Cup:
From the Preliminary round Dingle Bay Rovers have progressed to Round 1 defeating Killorglin C, who will now contest the Shield. The Dingle Bay goals came from Cormac O’Cinneide 2, Tadgh Kennedy, Ronan O’Beaglaoich and Fergal Maceoin.
Killorglin B are also into Round 1 as the won 3-2 at Killarney Celtic C whose goals came from Angel Zamora, no relation to Bobby!!
Mastergeeha A were 3-0 winner at home to Park B with Barry Lenihan, Brendan and Sean O’Leary getting the goals for the Kilbrean side.
Goals from James Horgan and John Power sees Ballyhar defeat Tralee Dynamos A at Murt Scott Park to also qualify for Round 1.
In Round 1 three teams are through to the next round. Camp Juniors A were 3-0 winners away at Killarney Athletic. Maurice O’Connell, Stephen Smith Galvin and Caolan O’Connell scored in Woodlawn to put the visitors through.
A Jack O’Connor hat trick was the highlight of the Park A’s win over neighbours Tralee Dynamos B.
Killarney Celtic A were successful in their trip to Killorglin A winning 2-1. Daniel Okute and Ronan Coffey scored for Celtic while Cillian Burke got the only goal for Killorglin.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Cup:
Camp Juniors defeated Fenit in midweek to progress to the next round of the 13’s Cup. Cian O’Grady, David and Adam Costello, Cian Cronin and Maurice O’Connell scored for the winners.
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup:
Goals from Mark Dziedziuch 3, Padraig White 2 and one from Tony Duggan gave The Park a 6-4 win in the Preliminary round.
Ballyhar have also made it into Round 1 following a 2-1 at home to Listowel Celtic A. Patrick O’Connor and Dylan Callaghan got the goals for the victors.
Mastergeeha had Dylan Murphy with 2 and Paul O’Shea on the score sheet as they won 3-2 against Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn.
In Round 1 Tralee Dynamos came from 2 down to defeat Inter Kenmare 4-2 with Sean Kennedy getting all their goals. Boki Nikic and Tom Murnane had put Inter 2 up away in Tralee.
Killarney Cetic were too strong for Fenit with Niall McGillicuddy, Eanna Coleman, David Dineen, Darragh Lyne, Ryan Kelliher, Peter O’Sullivan and Mike Lenihan all getting on the score sheet.
First through to Round 2 are Camp Juniors A who defeated Tralee Dynamos B. Cian Wall, Con Ryan, Sean Og Moran, Diarmuid O’Hara, Jack Farrell and Chris Keane all scored one each in the win.
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup:
In a curtailed programme Mastergeeha, thanks to goals from Owen Daly and Brian Friel in a 2-1 away win at Park B and Killarney Celtic B, who were 3-0 winners over Ballyhar, are through to the Last 8.
St Bernard’s into 13 Division 2 Top 4:
St Bernard’s made sure of their place in the Moriarty’s Centra 13 Division 2 Top 4 following their 6-2 away win in Castleisland. Dillon Curtin and Colum Roche scored for Castleisland but 2 goals from Michael O’Sullivan and one each from Mathew Burke, Sean Murphy, Gavin and Darragh Slattery saw the Saint continue their quest for the title.
Celtic C defeat Killorglin B in 14 Division 1:
A Ruairi Doyle hat trick and one each from Padraig Looney and Christian Casey were enough to give Killarney Celtic C the points in a hard fought 5-3 win over Killorglin B. Tim O’Shea, Dean Callan and Stephen Fealey were the Killorglin scorers.
Killarney Celtic go top of the Girls 14’s Premier:
In a battle of the top 2 Killarney Celtic defeated neighbours Athletic 3-0 to go top of the table. Kate Murphy scored twice and Keri Ann Hannrahan got the third while best for Athletic were Kate Lynch O’Doherty, Aileen O’Leary and Laura O’Carroll.
Listowel Celtic moved level with Killarney Athletic in second place as they defeated Mastergeeha in Listowel. Aoife Horgan, Ciara Hudson, Ciara Sweeney and Hannah Healy were on the mark for the home side.
Team of the Week:
Conor Burke Oisin Clifford Cian O’Connor
Killorglin 14’s Fenit 16’s Inter Kenmare 14’s
Gearoid Flaherty Darragh Slattery Ethan Campbell Samson Avavi
Camp Juniors 14’s St Bernard’s 14’s Ballyhar 12’s Park 14’s
Darragh O’Leary Cormac O’Cinneide Ruairi Doyle
Mastergeeha 14’s Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s Killarney Celtic 14’s