Last full weekend of fixtures before the Christmas break:
SFAI National Cup Round 3
14’s Geraldines 1–4 St Brendan’s Park
15’s Tralee Dynamos 1-5 Killarney Athletic
Fenit Samphires 2–5 MEK Galaxy
12’s Division 1
Iveragh United 4–2 MEK Galaxy
Listowel Celtic B 4–3 Fenit Samphires B
Mastergeeha 2–2 Castleisland
14’s Division 1
Fenit Samphires 2–2 Killarney Celtic White
Killarney Athletic 1 –4 LB Rovers
Castleisland 2–4 Iveragh United
16’s Division 1
Iveragh United 3–1 MEK Galaxy
Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12 Premier
Castleisland 2–4 Mastergeeha
Tralee Dynamos 1–5 Killarney Athletic
Killorglin 3–3 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Celtic 0-4 St Brendan’s Park
12’s Division 1 South
Killorglin B 3–3 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Athletic B 3–0 Mastergeeha B
Ballyhar Dynamos 1–3 MEK Galaxy
12’s Division 1 North
LB Rovers 1–1 Ballyheigue
Tralee Dynamos B 1–9 Dingle Bay Rovers
12’s Division 2
Castleisland B1 –2 MEK Galaxy B
Mastergeeha B1–4 Camp Juniors B
13’s Division 2 South
Iveragh United 1–1 MEK Galaxy
World of Tiles 14’s Premier
Listowel Celtic – Tralee Dynamos
Killorglin 4–4 Killarney Athletic
14’s Division 1
Killarney Athletic B 1–4 St Brendan’s Park B
Fenit Samphires 7–2 Ballyhar Dynamos
LB Rovers 1–4 Camp Juniors
Killarney Celtic A 2–2 Mastergeeha
14’s Division 2 (Round 2)
Tralee Dynamos B 3– 6 St Brendan’s Park C
Ballyheigue 5–1 Mastergeeha B
Killarney Athletic 0–2 Inter Kenmare
Castleisland 1–4 Killorglin A
Listowel Celtic 0–6 Killarney Celtic
Tralee Dynamos 3–2 Mastergeeha
St Brendan’s Park 4–3 Dingle Bay Rovers
16’s Division 1 (Round 2)
Killorglin B 3–0 St Brendan’s Park B
Last two remaining Round 3 National Cup games decided:
Killarney Athletic joined Killorglin in the draw for the 14’s SFAI National Cup Round 4 thanks to a 5-1 win over Tralee Dynamos under the lights at Mounthawk Park. Luke Doolan hit a hat-trick and Brian O’Shea two in the win for Athletic.
In the 15’s National Cup St Brendan’s Park won 4-1 away at Geraldine’s in Limerick with goals from Brian Heaphy in 2nd and 34th minutes, Saad Abdulla 13th minute and Edison Jahiri in the 25th minute. The home side scored a late consolation through Sean O’Donoghue.
In total 11 boys teams and 6 girl’s teams have progressed so far to the next round of the SFAI National Cups with St Brendan’s Park 16’s travelling to Kildimo next weekend.
Girls Match Reports
Away win in 12’s Premier
Goals from Izzy Lyons who hit a hat trick and one each from Elise Brunner and Elizabeth Allen gave MEK Galaxy the win from their away trip to Fenit Samphires whose two goals came from Sarah Chute.
2 homes wins and a draw in 12’s Division 1:
It was a memorable day for the Shanahan sisters are Amy Rose and Casey both scored twice in Iveragh United win at home to MEK Galaxy B. Megan Quigg and Isabelle O’Connor scored for the visitors.
A hat trick from Izzy Larkin and one from Grace Hegarty gave Listowel Celtic B the win at home to Fenit Samphires whose goals came from Louise Gaynor and two from Erin Harty.
Two goals for Grace Murphy earned Mastergeeha a 2-2 draw at home to Castleisland who had goals from Sarah Louise McGee and Sarah O’Connor.
Two away wins and one draw in 14’sDivision 1:
Fenit Samphires and Killarney Celtic White shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Grace Reilly and Grace O’Dowd got the goals for the home side with Megan O’Reilly and Ali Bowler on the mark for Killarney Celtic White.
LB Rovers won in Woodlawn thanks to goals from Erica McSherry, Ellie Cregan, Chloe Walsh and Nora Nabona. Eva Spellman replied for Killarney Athletic.
Two goals from Muireann Teehan, one from Vilte Paulauskaite and an own goal saw Iveragh United defeat Castleisland in Georgie O’Callaghan Park.
Home win in 16’s Division 1
Iveragh United were 3-1 winners at home to MEK Galaxy thanks to two goals from Maeve Courtney and one from Emma Foran. Izzy McGrath got the MEK goal from the penalty spot.
Boys Match Reports
4 games decided in 12 Premier:
In the Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12’s Premier Mastergeeha made the trip to Georgie Callaghan Park a winning one. Their goals came from Darragh Keane 2, Conor Lynch and Cian Maher. Daniel Collins and Ronan O’Connor scored for the home side.
Killarney Athletic also won on the road defeating Tralee Dynamos thanks to goals from Sean Lyne, Jayden Hurley, Conor Moynihan, Enna Hennigan and Cian Hegarty with Danny Lane replying for the home side.
Killorglin and Listowel Celtic played out a 3-3 draw with Killorglin leading 2-1 at the break. Their goals came from Timmy Foley 2 and Cillian Casey from the penalty spot. Mason Sheehy hit 2 for Listowel Celtic with Tadgh Dalton getting the third.
Killarney Celtic welcomed St Brendan’s Park in the other game with the Tralee boys taking the win 4-0 thanks to goals from Calvin O’Sullivan 2, Brooklyn Conway and Brendan Duggan.
Draw and win in 12’s Division 1 North
Dingle Bay Rovers had two hat tricks from Jack Dorgan and Matheus Collins, two goals from Fionn Dowd and one from Eoin Morrison in their win at Tralee Dynamos B.
In the other game LB Rovers and Ballyheigue drew 1-1 with Jason Gaynor getting the away team’s goal.
3 is the magic number in 12’s Division 1 South:
Killorglin B and Killarney Celtic B shared 6 goals with Celtic coming back from 3-1 down at the break. Liam McGrath and two from Cormac Clifford were the Killorglin scorers in the first half. The Celtic B scorers came from Tristan Murphy 2 and Jason Harrington.
Goals from Martin Villa, Daniel Fennelly and Shane Tomlinson gave Killarney Athletic B a 3-0 home win over Mastergeeha B.
Jack Kelly put Ballyhar Dynamos 1-0 up at half time in Mort Scott Park but visitors MEK Galaxy scored three without reply from Cade Jameson 2 and Donnacha Vaughan to take the win.
Away wins in 12’s Division 2:
Gerry Moroney and Ross Cronin were on the mark for MEK Galaxy B in their 2-1 away win at Castleisland. Evan Cronin got the goal for the home side.
Ryan O’Donoghue scored for Mastergeeha C at Kilbrean Park but it wasn’t enough as Camp Juniors B took the win thanks to goals from Ethan Harrington 2 and Cole Shannon 2.
Points shared in 13 Division 2 South:
Goals in the first half from Adam Moran for Iveragh United and James O’Meara for MEK Galaxy saw the game end 1-1 and the points shared.
Goals galore in 14 Premier:
Tralee Dynamos made the trip to Listowel Celtic a winning one in the World of Tiles 14’s Premier. The Dynamos goals came from Nick Lacey 3, Christy Burke and Ryan Onyekwere with David Lawlor, James Kissane and Daniel Shine replying for Listowel Celtic.
The Killorglin versus Killarney Athletic game was certainly one of two halves. The home side led 3-0 at the break but Athletic hit back in the second half thanks to two goals from Evan Doona and one each from Ben Kelliher and JJ O’Donoghue to earn a share of the points. Giovanni McCarthy 2, Ciaran Birmingham and Bryan McKenna got the Killorglin goals.
8 teams in action in 14’s Division 1:
Samson Abubaker and Danny Galloway put St Brendan’s Park B 2-0 up away to Killarney Athletic B. Alex Doolan pulled one back for the home side. However Danny Kingston added two for the Tralee boys in the second half to wrap up the win.
Conrad Long scored for Ballyhar Dynamos and an own goal gave them a second but it wasn’t enough to get them anything from their trip to Fenit Samphires who took the three points. The Fenit goals came from Robert O’Shea, Cillian O’Brien, Mikey Corridan 2, Dara Harty, Luke O’Carroll and Sean Cronin.
Two goals each from Robert Keane and Mikey O’Leary gave Camp Juniors the win away to LB Rovers whose goal came from Sean Ross O’Gorman.
Cillian Slattery scored twice for Killarney Celtic at Celtic Park with Rory O’Connor and Thomas Myers replying for Mastergeeha as the points were shared.
Home and away winners in 14’s Division 2:
Four goals from Xavier Wensierski and one each from Brian Fealy and Darragh O’Callaghan gave St Brendan’s Park the win over neighbours Tralee Dynamos.
Joe Lovett hit a hat trick for Ballyheigue which were added to by goals from Adam Lee and Odhran Keane gave them the win with Liam Scahill replying for Mastergeeha B.
5 games decided in a busy 16’s Premier weekend:
Two goals in the second half for Neal O’Shea gave Inter Kenmare the win at Killarney Athletic after a scoreless first half.
Killorglin were also away winners thanks to goals from Niall Tadgh O’Brien, James Jones, Liam Hayes and Andrew Owens with Finn Nolan replying for Castleisland.
Goals from Seamus Kelly, Josh Bowler, Jamie Moynihan, Callum Cronin, Jason O’Reilly and Jason O’Sullivan saw Killarney Celtic win at Listowel Celtic.
Tralee Dynamos were the home winners on Saturday thanks to goals from Samuel Barruso 2 and Pierce Lowth with Bobby Galvin and Kieran Nagle replying for Mastergeeha.
The final game of the weekend saw a Sunday clash between St Brendan’s Park and Dingle Bay Rovers on the Ardfert Astro. And it was the Tralee boys who took the win by the odd goal in seven. The Park’s goals, including a winner at the death, came from Andrew Kerins 2, Sean Corkery and Mohammed Abdallah. For Dingle Bay Rovers Paidi Fitzgerald, James Hoare and Conor Corduff all scored before the late late winner came for the Park.
One game in 16’s Division 1 North
There was one game played in the 16’s Division 1 where goals in the second half from Shane Clofford, Aaron McCarthy and Darragh Lynch gave Killorglin B a home win over St Brendan’s Park B.
Girl’s Roll of Honour:
Listowel Celtic – Niamh O’Connor and Niamh Loughnane
Castleisland – Rachel O’Donoghue
Iveragh United – Lucy O’Connell, Caoilinn Lynch, Caoimhe O’Donoghue
Fenit Samphires – Erin Harty, Blahnaid Walsh, Cora Crowley
Killarney Celtic – Jodie Barton, Lily O’Shaughnessy
Killarney Athletic – Ava Riordan, Ciara Lawlor
LB Rovers – Nora Nabona, Cliodhna Buckley
Mastergeeha – Clogadh O’Rourke, Shaunna O’Riordan
Team of the Week:
Iveragh United 13’s
Billy Naughton Jacob Hyciek Jason Gaynor Conor Galvin
St Brendan’s Park 14’s Mastergeeha 14’s Ballyheigue 12’s Inter Kenmare 16’s
Ronan McCarthy Harry O’Dowd Adam Griffin Rian O’Connor
Killarney Athletic 13’s Dingle Bay Rover 12’s Castleisland 12’s MEK Galaxy 12’s
Rory Lynch Tommy Foley
Tralee Dynamos 14’s Killorglin 12’s
Last full weekend of fixtures before the Christmas break: