Last Weekend of February Results and Reports

Last Saturday in February 2018 VITHIT Reports:
Skechers National Cup 13’s Last 16:
Killorglin 1–1 Hannover Harps
Hannover Harps won 4-2 on penalties.
Moriarty’s Centra Premier North / Division 1:
LB Rovers 4–1 Tralee Dynamos
LB Rovers B 5-3 Tralee Dynamos B
Castleisland 0–3 Park
Castleisland 0-3 Park
Premier South / Division 1:
Ballyhar 4–6 Iveragh United
Ballyhar B 2-3 Iveragh United B
Killorglin 2–4 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin B 2-5 Inter Kenmare B
Division 2:
Killarney Celtic C 2–1 Park C
Killorglin C – Tralee Dynamos C??
Kerry Cup’s Round 1
John Murphy 12’s Cup
Ballyhar A 3–4 Mastergeeha B
Ballyhar B 0 –3 Castleisland A
John Joe Naughton 13’s
Listowel Celtic A 4–0 Park B
Killarney Athletic A 6–2 Tralee Dynamos
Park C 2–8 Inter Kenmare
Inter Kenmare A 8 –2 Park C
Park A 6–0 Killarney Celtic C
Iveragh United 6–1 Mastergeeha B
Tom Hayes 14’s Cup:
MEK 3–0 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin B 2-7 Ballyhar
Healy Family 15’s Cup
Tralee Dynamos 4–1 Park B
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup
Killarney Celtic 3-0 Listowel Celtic
Iveragh United 1-6 Fenit
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Division 2
Fenit 3–1 LB Rovers
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Mastergeeha 2-0 Park
15 Division 2:
Windmill United 0-4 Rattoo Rvs
JK Sports 12 Girls:
Listowel Celtic 3 –5 Inter Kenmare White
Match Reports:
Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:
There were a large number of our younger stars in action across the county and once again there were some great performances and some great games. There were narrow wins for LB Rovers and Park in Premier and Division 1 North over Tralee Dynamos and Castleisland. In Premier and Division 1 South it was Iveragh United and Inter that just saw off great challenges from Ballyhar and Killorglin while in Division 2 Killarney Celtic C were just 1 goal better than Park C.
Killorglin 12’s go out of National Cup:
Killorglin 12’s great run to the Last 16 of the Skechers National Cup came to an end on spot kicks after the sides were tied 1-1 after extra time. John Burke got the Killorglin goal but they went out 4-2 on penalties. However their adventures outside the county are not over as they will be at home to Rathkeale in the semi-final of the Regional competition.
Mastergeeha B the big winners in 12’s Cup:
Mastergeeha Bare into Round 2 of the John Murphy 12’s Cup thanks to an exciting 4-3 win over Ballyhar A at Murt Scott Park. Barry Collins hit two for the Kilbrean side while Emmet Spillane and Bobby Gallivan were the other scorers. Fionn Coleman, Robert Kelly and Daithai O’Shea replied for the home side. Also through to the next round are Park C and Castleisland A.
Killorglin have progressed to the next round thanks to a 5-0 win over Inter.The Killorglin scorers were Darragh Foley, Odhran O’Neill, Conor Hayes, Stevie Gannon and Andrew Owens
Places in Round 2 of the 13’s Cup achieved:
In the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup Round 1 Listowel Celtic A were 4-0 winners over Park B. Evan Boyle hit a hat trick and Shane O’Sullivan got the other goal despite an excellent display by the Park B keeper Keith Cotter.
Also through are Killarney Athletic A who defeated Tralee Dynamos thanks to an Alex Hennigan hat trick which were added to be goals from Josh Coffey, Tom Healy and Cillian O’Connor.
Inter Kenmare were 8-2 winners over Park C. Jack Slattery scored both goals for the Tralee side while Immanuel Manu and Oisin O’Halloran also did well for a young Park side who are now into the Shield as are all sides, expect those from the Premier, that lose their first game in the Cup.
The Park A as expected got past Killarney Celtic C winning 6-0. The Park’s scorers were Venus Jahiri 2, Odhran Ferris 2, Callum O’Sullivan and Michael Tansley. Iveragh United are also into the hat as they saw off Mastergeeha B 6-1.
MEK through at 14’s: MEK were the only side to progress in the Tom Hayes 14’s Cup seeing off Inter Kenmare 3-0.
Dynamos into Round 2 of 15’s Cup:
Two goals from Patrick Moravski and one each from Danny Burke and Raymond Sila saw Tralee Dynamos book their place in Round 2 of the Healy Family 15’s Cup. Dynamos were 4-1 winners at home to Park B.
Fenit progress in 16’s Cup:
With the 16’s Cup named after the late Fenit FC stalwart Tucker Kelly Fenit will be happy to have progressed to Round 2. They defeated Iveragh United 6-1 with the goals coming from Conor Lenihan 2, Dara Heim 2, including one from the penalty spot and one each from Brian Cassidy and Tommy Burns.
League Results:
Fenit top of 14 Premier:
Fenit have opened a 3 point gap the top of the Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier after a 3-2 win at home to LB Rovers who remain in third place. Eddie McCarthy was the hero for the winner hitting 3 goals while Jack Sheehuy and Jack Mallon replied for LB Rovers.
Mastergeeha win in 15’s:
The Park missed the chance to go second on their own after they were beaten 2-0 by Mastergeeha. The goals for the winners came from Barry Lenihan and Michael McSweeney who needed keeper Barney Parsons to be in top form to keep the Park at bay.
Rattoo unbeatable in 15’s Division 2:
Rattoo Rovers remarkable return to the League continues as they are now unbeaten in their 8 games and well on the way to the 15’s Division 2 title. Their latest win was a 4-0 triumph over joint second placed Windmill United. Rattoo’s goals came from Ronan Walsh 2 and one each from Emmet Kelly and Seanie Brosnan.
Inter Kenmare White take the points in 12’s Girls:
Inter Kenmare White made the trip to Listowel Celtic a winning one taking the points on a 5-3 score line. Laoise Casey was in great form for the winners hitting 4 of their 5 goals. Inters 5th goal came from Phoebe O’Shea while Ruth O’Connor 2 and Ella Buckley were on the mark for Listowel Celtic’s girls.
Team of the Week:
As a tribute to the memory of Aodhan O’Connor we are using the Team of the Week space this week to remember his time as a valued member of our Emerging Talent Programmes and at the Galway and Kennedy Cups. Aodhan was also very much in our plans for the upcoming 15’s League of Ireland.
His loss to his family and friends is immeasurable. The League takes this opportunity to send them our sincere sympathies and also acknowledge the loss he is to his Camp Juniors and Kerry team mates and coaches. May the Sod Rest Lightly on his young and gentle Soul.