Kingdom Boys 13’s and Killarney Celtic 16’s the highlight of National Cup:


12’s Aisling Annacotty 5-2 Killarney Celtic

        Templemore  SUN Kingdom Boys

13’s Kingdom Boys 4-1 Charleville

14’s Croom 3-2 Listowel Celtic

         Killarney Athletic 0-3 Nenagh

16’s Granville 1-3 Killarney Celtic


Kingdom Boys 13’s and Killarney Celtic’s 16 are through to the Last 32 of the National Cup and will be in the hat for next Saturday’s draw – which will take place at the SFAI Council meeting in Killarney. Kingdom Boys had goals from Eddie Rogers, Dillon Robinson and Ryan O’Neill as they defeated Charleville in their re-arranged game. They now join Killarney Celtic 11’s and Listowel Celtic 15’s in the Last 32 on the Uneven side.

Killarney Celtic were the only from Saturday’s games to go through on the Even side with Kingdom Boys game switched to Sunday. The Hoops travelled to Granville and went through thanks to goals from Liam Carey, Bryan O’Connell and Jordan Kiely.

However Killarney Celtic’s 12’s and Listowel Celtic and Killarney Athletic 14’s have come to the end of their National Cup runs for this season. Killarney Celtic went down 5-2 to Aisling, Listowel Celtic, despite goals from Cathal Kennelly and Michael Foley lost out to Croom 3-2 and Killarney Athletic went out 3-0 to Nenagh.

League Results:

JK Sports Premier:

Mastergeeha 1-3 Listowel Celtic

Park 6-0 Killarney Athletic

Division 1:

St Bernard’s 0-7 Killarney Celtic B

Camp 5-0 Listowel Celtic B

Killarney Celtic C 3-8 Killorglin.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches Premier:

Mastergeeha 2-0 Park

Div 1 North:

Killorglin B 2-2 Camp

Park B 3-6 Asdee

Div 1 South:

Mastergeeha B 2-6 Killorglin A

16 Premier:

Killorglin 2-1 Asdee

Killarney Athletic 0-4 Park

Div 1:

Inter Kenmare 6-2 Listowel Celtic


JK Sports Premier:

The Park have moved to the top of the 12’s Premier after their 6-0 win over Killarney Athletic. The Tralee side took advantage of the fact that leaders Killarney Celtic were in National Cup action and have moved onto 14 points, 2 ahead of Celtic. Ruairi Kelly, Adam Ward, Sean Carmody, Josh Wadding, Gearoid Sheehan and Michael O’Gara were all on the mark for the winners.

Listowel Celtic remain in third place, on 10 points after a 3-1 win at Mastergeeha. Sean Keane got 2 and Aidan Shanahan the other for the North Kerry boys.

In Division One it’s now 6 from 6 for the unbeatable Killarney Celtic B as they proved too strong for St Bernards. Killian Deegan and Jordan Leahy both scored twice with Jason Cahillane and Gregor getting one each and the other was an OG.  Killorglin moved into second place, ahead of Inter Kenmare who weren’t in action, after they defeated Killarney Celtic C 8-3. Ian McGillicuddy had a day to remember hitting 4 with one each coming from Liam Croke, Mark O’Connor, Cathal Cross and Gary O’Connor. Camp also added three points to their total as they were 5-0 winners over Listowel Celtic B. Patrick O’Donoghue, Dara Butler, Mark Fitzgerald, Colm Moriarty and Gearoid Lyne all scored for Camp.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches Premier:

Mastergeeha and The Park was the only game played in this Division and they made the most of it winning 2-0. Goal’s from Paul O’Connor and JJ Herlihy gave the Kilbrean boys the three points.

Division 1 North is one of the tightest sections and with leaders Ballyhar (on 9 points) not playing the three sides in joint second place at the start of play were all looking to go level the leaders. Two of these met and as expected it was very tight and indeed both Killorglin B and Camp couldn’t be separated and are now on 7 points each.

Asdee went one better and saw off Park B to move level at the top of the table thanks to goals from Cillian Courtney 2, Seamus O’Sullivan 2 and one each from Liam Kissane and Cian O’Mahoney.

Division 1 South is also very competitive with Killorglin A now joining Inter Kenmare on 9 points. The leader’s game with Iveragh, who are also on 6 points, was called off. Killorglin had goals from Aaron Foley, Michael Breen, Cormac O’Connor, Paul Murphy and two from James Clifford.

16 Premier:

Leaders The Park added another three points to their total and are now on 12 points from their 5 games. Jessie O’Sullivan scored 2 with Adam O’Rourke and Roman Laucher getting the others in their 4-0 win over Killarney Athletic.

Killorglin remain only three points behind the leaders following their hard fought win over Asdee. Sean Keane scored for the latter but goals from Tommy Cahill and Aidan Cox gave Killorglin the win.

One game in Div 1 beat the weather and it saw Inter Kenmare travelling to Listowel Celtic and taking home the three points in a 6-2 win. Shane O’Mahoney and Derek Dillon scored for the home side but two hat-tricks, one from Fionnan O’Sullivan in the first half and one from Killian Spillane in the second period gave the visitors the points.

Team of the Week:

                                                                          Jack Shortt

                                                                           Park 16’s

Thomas Burke          Diarmuid Crowley                     Michael Pearce                     JJ Herlihy

   Park 12’s               Inter Kenmare 16’s                 Killarney Athletic 14’s            Mastergeeha 14’s

   Killian Deegan                        Sean Keane                  Damien Dalton                    Colm McCarthy           

Killarney Celtic 12’s           Listowel Celtic 12’s               Asdee 14’s                            Camp 14’s

                                           Killian Spillane                             Ian McGillicuddy

                                        Inter Kenmare 16’s                           Killorglin 12’s