Last week of November’s Results

National Cup Results:

Under 12:

Herbertstown A 0-1 Kingdom Boys

Park 8- 1 Chaerdavin Celtic.

Kingdom Boys and The Park moved into the next round of the Under 12 National Cup, but in different circumstances.

The Park were easy winners over Caherdavin Celtic in Tralee. Luke Moynihan, Karl Mullins and Kieran Carmody all hit two goals which were added to by scores from Josh Laucher and Andrew Phillips.

Kingdom Boys were on the road and defeated Herbertstown 1-0 with the goal coming from Seguin Duyile. However an illustration of how tough the game was was shown in the fact that the Kingdom Boys keeper Conor Hurley was man-of-the-match.

Killarney Celtic are still involved as their game against Connolly Celtic was called off due to a bereavement at the Clare club.

Under 14 Nat Cup:

Athea United 0-8 Killarney Celtic

Granagh United 0-3 Fenit Samphires.

Dunmanway Town 5-2 Killarney Athletic.

Killarney Celtic had Liam Murphy in sparking form as he hit four goals in their win away to Athea Utd. Jordan Kiely hit 2 with the others coming from John Fintan Daly and Matt Keane.

Fenit were also on the road and came back victorious following a great 3-0 win over Granagh Utd. Gary Hannafin scored twice and Fionn Griffin once in their win.

However there was no luck for Killarney Athletic as they went out 5-2 to Dunmanway Town. David Sheerin and Danny Healy were Athletics scorers.

Under 16 Nat Cup:

At under 16 level it was another good day for Kerry with three of the four clubs going through.

Killarney Celtic had goals from David O’Sullivan 2, Kieran Murphy, Scott O’Mahoney and Conor Keane in a 5-1 win over Ennis Town in Clare.

Killoran made Kingdom Boys fight all the way with the Tralee side going through thanks to a late late strike from Seanie Moloney.

Inter welcomed Shannonside to Kenmare and it was the home side that move into the next round thanks to goals from Brian Clifford, Dean Cassidy and Denis O’Neill ensuring a 3-1 score-line.

League Results and Reports:

As the first snows of winter fell there was a curtailed programme in the League. However, well done to the clubs whose grounds were playable and to the teams that did play.

JK Sports Under 12:

 In the JK Sports Div 2, Killarney Celtic B and C had a busy week. They met mid week with the B’s just getting the better of the club-mate on a 3-2 score line. James McAuliffe scored all three goals for his team.

Both sides were in action again on Saturday. The B’s added another point to their total after a 0-0 draw with Killoglin B. Indeed Celtic will be wondering how they didn’t take all three points as they missed two penalties.

Celtic remain second in the table but slipped a further two points behind Divisional leaders Iveragh United. The South Kerry boys continued their great start to the season and are now unbeaten in their seven League games, opening up an 11 points gap at the top.

Pierce McGill 3, Darren Casey 2, Niall Brennan and Shay Flaherty were the scorers in a 7-3 victory over Kingdom Boys.

Killarney Celtic’s C continue to progress and played well earlier in the week but got no reward. However in this game they took all three points in a 2-1 over Mastergeeha B. Conor McCarthy scored both sides for The Hoops.

Daly’s Supervalu Killarney Under 13:

There was only one game played at under 13 level and it saw Killarney Athletic B move into second place thanks to a 1-0 win over Killorglin B. Brian Fitzgerald was the game’s only scorer.

O’Callaghan Coaches Under 14’s:

With only one game surviving the weather Dingle Bay took full advantage to move to the top of the table after a 4-0 win over Ballyhar. Gary Fitzgerald scored 2 with Cathal Bambury and Brian Begley getting the others.

Div 1 North:

Leaders Castlemaine continued their good form defeating Kingdom Boys 3-1. Cathal O’Connor, Eoin O’Brien and a 30 yard screamer from Jonathan O’Sullivan gave them all three points.

Asdee are also going very well and they also picked up three points in a 2-0 win in Listowel. JJ Grimes and Sean Keane were on the mark for Asdee who trail Castlemaine by three points with a game in hand.

Div 1 South:

First played third in Caherciveen and it was the leaders who made home advantage count as the game finished Iveragh United 4- 1 Inter.

Dante’s Under 16 Premier:

The Park and Killarney Athletic are joint third in the table and shared the points in a 2-2 draw, narrowing the gap to Kingdom Boys and Killarney Celtic above them.

Aaron Eager and Thomas McLoughlin scored for the Park with Shane O’Sullivan and Jack O’Connor on the mark for Athletic.

Div 1:

Ballyhar moved into second place after their 4-3 win over Castlemaine but had to survive some nerve jangling minutes before they wrapped up the points. Sean Ennis, Owen O’Neill, Shane O’Sullivan and Sean Keane had put Ballyhar 4-0 in front.

But credit to Castlemaine for making a fight of it and pulled three goals back from Cathal Fitzgerald, Shane Prendeville and Jack McCarthy but we just unable to find that equaliser.

Girls League Under 12:

Listowel won the battle of the Celtic’s defeating Killarney 6-0 thanks to goals from Aoife Behan, Aideen Spillane, Leah Henry and Jaqui Horgan.

Killarney Athletic took the three points from an ever improving Kingdom Girls side on a 2-1 score-line.

JK Sports Under 12 Div 2:

Killarney Celtic B 3-2 Killarney Celtic C (played mid week).

Kingdom Boys 3-6 Iveragh United

Killarney Celtic B 0-0 Killorglin B

Killarney Celtic C 2-1 Mastergeeha B

Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Div 2:

Killarney Athletic B 1-0 Killorglin B

O’Callaghan’s Coaches Premier:

Ballyhar 0-4 Dingle Bay Rvs

Div 1 South:

Iveragh United 4-1 Inter Kenmare.

Div 1 North:

Listowel Celtic 0-2 Asdee

Castlemaine 3-1 Kingdom Boys

Dante’s Under 16 Premier:

Park 2-2 Killarney Athletic