Last games before Christmas:
JK Sports 12’s:
Park A 3-2 Killorglin A
Iveragh United 3-2 Listowel Celtic A
Park B 2-5 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Athletic A 6-1 Camp Juniors
Killarney Athletic B 1-0 Mastergeeha
Tralee Dynamos 9-1 Killarney Celtic C
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
Park A 7-1 Killarney Athletic A
Tralee Dynamos 0-5 Killorglin A
Killarney Celtic A 6-1 Mastergeeha
Dingle Bay Rovers 5-3 Killorglin B
Killarney Celtic B 7-0 Killarney Athletic B
Inter Kenmare 1-6 Ballyheigue
Killarney Plaza 15’s:
Mastergeeha 0-1 Camp Juniors
Castleisland 1-1 Fenit
Tralee Trophy World 16’s:
Camp Juniors 3-3 Ballyheigue
Asdee United 4-1 Iveragh United.
Leaders Iveragh United go 3 from 3 in 12 Premier:
Iveragh United continued their unbeaten run in the JK Sports 12 Premier and are now 9 points after 3 wins from 3 games. The South Kerry side opened the better but it was Listowel Celtic that had the first chance. However they did not take it and 2 goals from Ben Egan and one from Ben O’Donoghue saw the South Kerry side ahead 3-1 at the break, with Cormac Dillon getting the Listowel Celtic score.
Listowel Celtic were more attacking in the second half and when Oisin Healy set up Dillon for his second the North Kerry side was hunting for a point at least. But Iveragh tightened their defence and held on for an important three points.
The Park moves into second place as they won on the same 3-2 score-line as the League leaders. They got the better of Killorglin A thanks to 2 goals from Damien Horgan and one from Michael Tansley. Jack Lynch and Dara O’Connor replied for Killorglin.
Athletic at the top of Division 1:
Killarney Athletic A are the leaders in Division 1 and are now on 9 points as they proved too strong for Camp Juniors. Donnacha Coffey hit 4 and these were added to by goals from Alex Hennigan and Neill O’Connor in a 6-1 win. Tadgh Scanlon hit the net for Camp.
Killarney Celtic B are Athletics nearest challengers and have moved onto 6 points as they defeated the Park B 5-2. Cathal Kelly scored twice with Liam Mulhern, Brian O’Connor and Nacho Zulategui getting one each for the Hoops. Noah Townsend and Fillip Novak replied for the Park B.
Mastergeeha miss chance to go top on their own Division 2:
The 3 way tie at the top of Division 2 remains as Masterhgeeha missed the chance to break away from Dingle Bay and MEK. Mastergeeha went down 1-0 to Killarney Athletic B with Archie Parsons getting the vital goal.
Tralee Dynamos young sqaud have been working very hard and it all paid off as they enjoyed their first win of the season with a great performance against Killarney Celtic C. The Dynamos scorers included Luke and Aidan Horgan, Gearoid O’Shea and Thomas with Josh Bowler getting the Celtic consolation.
Joint Leaders in 13 Premier:
Listowel Celtic started the day at the top of the table on 9 points but were not in action. The Park A and Killorglin A took full advantage and both are now on 10 points, one ahead of Listowel Celtic.
The Park goals came from Messiah Chirwah 3, Cianan Cooney 2 and Sean O’Connor 2 with one coming from the penalty spot as they were 7-1 winners at home to Killarney Athletic A. Sam Benson got the goal for the Killarney side but this game could have been closer as Athletic unfortunately missed a penalty when the score was 3-1.
Killorglin won away at Tralee Dynamos and had Eoghan Hassett, Jack O’Sullivan, Darragh O’Grady, Ryan Diggin, Adam Owens and Jason O’Connor on the score sheet.
Killarney Celtic take over at the top of Division 1:
Killarney Celtic A took-over at the top of the Division as they overtake Iveragh United who were not playing. Celtic are now on 13 points, 2 ahead, after their 6-1 home win over Mastergeeha.
Sean Fitzgerald hit 2 and Callum O’Grady, Jack O’Neill, Sennan O’Leary and Cian McAulliffe, scoring his first goal for the club, all got one each. Mark O’Shea replied from the penalty spot for Mastergeeha.
Top 2 sides win in Division 2:
Killarney Celtic B had a hat trick from Mike McCarthy, 2 from Jack Higgins and one each from Gary Wynne and Martin O’Brien as they proved to be too strong from Killarney Athletic B. It was not all one way traffic as Celtic keeper Ewen McIndoe had to make a number of good saves. The Woodlawn side were best served by Liam Sheehan, Aidan Courtney, Owen O’Dubhain and Josh Clarke.
Killarney Celtic are now on 16 points and remain one ahead of Ballyheigue who defeated Inter Kenmare thanks to a first half hat trick from Dylan Godley and second half goals from Feilim O’Sullivan 2 and Dara Kearney.
15 Division 1 leaders win but only just:
Cian O’Grady hit the only goal in the only game played in this Division. It was just enough for Camp Juniors to take the three points with a 1-0 win over Mastergeeha.
Castleisland close the gap at the top of 15 Division 2:
Castleisland closed the gap to Rattoo Rovers at the top of 15 Division 2 but only by a point as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Fenit.
Colm Roche scored for Castleisland with Jonathon Trant replying for Fenit.
Points shared in Tralee Trophy World 16’s Division 1:
Played in mid-week Ballyheigue and Camp Juniors shared the points following a 3-3 draw. Nathan O’Driscoll got 2 and Cillian Byrne 1 for the home side with Conor O’Brien, Cathal Fitzgibbon and Killian Falvey scoring for Camp Juniors.
Asdee join St Bernards at the top of Division 2:
A 4-1 win over Iveragh United sees Asdee Rovers join St Bernards at the top of the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 2. Eric Daly hit 3 and Bernard O’Callaghan one for the winners with Cian Esmond replying for Iveragh United.
Team of the Week
Oisin Breen Conor Gaynor Alex O’Leary
Iveragh United 13’s Fenit 15’s Camp Junior 15’s
Sean Fitzgerald Maurice O’Connell Colm Roche Cormac O’Cinnaide
Killarney Celtic 13’s Tralee Dynamos 13’s Castleisland 15’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s
Dylan Godley Donnachadh Coffey Eric Daly
Ballyheigue 13’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Asdee Rovers 16’s
Last games before Christmas: