Last Weekend of Fixtures for 2021:
16’s National Cup Round 3
Kildimo 1–2 St Brendan’s Park
Girls League
14’s Premier
Killarney Celtic Green 2–1 MEK Galaxy
Camp Juniors 5–2 MEK Galaxy
Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12’s Premier
Killarney Athletic A 0–0 Killorglin
Killarney Celtic 2–1 Inter Kenmare
12’s Division 1 North
Tralee Dynamos B 1–4 Fenit Samphires
12’s Division 2
Inter Kenmare 1–1 Ballyhar Dynamos
13’s Premier
Killarney Athletic 2–3 Tralee Dynamos
13’s Division 1
St Brendan’s Park B 0–0 Inter Kenmare
13’s Division 2 North
Fenit Samphires 2–0 St Brendan’s Park D
13’s Division 2 South
Killarney Celtic C 6-2 Inter Kenmare B
Mastergeeha B 2–2 Killarney Athletic C
World of Tiles 14’s Premier
Killorglin 6–6 Inter Kenmare
15’s Premier
Listowel Celtic 0–1 Killarney Athletic A
Killarney Celtic 3–2 St Brendan’s Park
Killorglin 1 –1 Tralee Dynamos
15’s Division 1
Ballyhar Dynamos 0–7 Dingle Bay Rovers
Inter Kenmare 6–0 Fenit Samphires
15’s Division 2
Inter Kenmare B 0–5 Tralee Dynamos B
16’s Premier
Listowel Celtic 0–2 Killarney Athletic
Match Reports:
Park through in 16’s National Cup:
St Brendan’s Park were in action in the final SFAI National Cup Round 3 game away to Kildimo. The home side took the lead before Ciaran Kavanagh equalised for the Tralee boys. Justin O’Sullivan put the Park ahead early in the second half. And that goal was enough to see The Park progress to Round 4. They will be on the road again in the next round when they travel to Coole FC with a place in the Last 32 up for the winners.
Tight games in the 12’s Premier:
In the Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12’s Premier Killarney Celtic were 2-1 winners at home to Inter Kenmare. Pa McCarthy and James Fleming got the Celtic goals to put them 2-0 up with Jack Moore replying for Inter late on.
In the other game Killarney Athletic and Killorglin shared the points following a scoreless draw.
Fenit win away in 12’s Division 1 North
Fenit Samphires made the trip to Tralee a winning one defeating Dynamos thanks to two goals each from Cody Deady and Cillian O’Brien.
12’s Division 2 Draw
Inter Kenmare and Ballyhar Dynamos shared the points following a 1-1 draw with Aidan Lehane scoring for Inter with Alex Finn on the mark for Ballyhar.
Dynamos win in Woodlawn in 13 Premier:
Goals from Jack Collins, Dan O’Connor and Danny Lane gave Tralee Dynamos a win by the odd goal in five as they defeated Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn. Darragh O’Donoghue and Nikita Bizanskis replied for the home side.
No goals in 13’s Division 1:
With defences on top there were no goals on the Ardfert Astro where St Brendan’s Park took on Inter Kenmare in the 13’s Division 1.
Mid-week and weekend action in the 13’s Division 2 South
The first game in the 13’s Division 2 South saw Killarney Celtic C win at home to Inter Kenmare B under the lights in mid-week. James Murphy hit 3, Adam Counihan 2 and Jack O’Callaghan were the Celtic scorers with Jimmy McGann getting both goals for Inter Kenmare.
Mastergeeha and Killarney Athletic shared the points following a 2-2 draw at Kilbrean Park. Sean Herlihy and Liam Breen got the goals for the home side with Jack Fleming and Ryan Kissane scoring for Athletic.
One game sees home win in 13’s Division 2
The only game played in the 13’s Division 2 North saw Fenit Samphires win at home over St Brendan’s Park D. Eoin Wiseman and Cillian Foley were the Fenit scorers.
14’s Girls Premier:
In midweek Killarney Celtic Green defeated MEK Galaxy 2-1 thanks to goals from Hannah Casey and Kate Forde with Keeva Riordan replying for MEK.
On Saturday Camp Juniors had goals from Miriam Sheehan 3 and Caoimhe Skinner 2 in their home win over MEK Galaxy. Keeva Riordan and Naoise O’Donoghue scored for MEK Galaxy.
Dozen goals shared between the sides in 14 Premier:
The World of Tiles 14’s Premier game was one to remember with Killorglin and Inter Kenmare sharing the points following a 6-6 draw. Rossa McGearailt put Inter 1-0 up before Killorglin took over to hit 4 unanswered. McGearailt had a goal disallowed before hit his second but Killorglin scored again to see them lead 5-2 at the break.
But the second half was a different affair with McGearailt scoring in the 3rd, 10th and 15th minutes to level the game. Killorglin went in front again before Michael Jones scored his first goal for the club to see the sides share the points after this remarkable game. Gio McCarthy hit four of Killorglin’s goals with Ciaran Birmingham and Colum Evans also on target.
3 games in 15’s Premier
One goal from Luke Doolan was enough to give Killarney Athletic a 1-0 away win at Listowel Celtic.
Killorglin and Tralee Dynamos drew 1-1 with Ronan Carroll getting the Dynamos goal. Darragh Lynch scored for Killorglin who were thankful for their keeper Harvey Mangan who made three great saves.
Goals from Sean O’Mahony x 2 and Shane Doolan saw Killarney Celtic defeat St Brendan’s Park in Celtic Park. Endijs Maurins and Jack O’Mahony got the St Brendan’s Park goals.
Home and Away winners in 15 Division 1
A Cian McGearailt hat trick which was added to be goals from Jack Sheehy, Cathal Farrell, Joe Linnane and Michael O’Griffin saw Dingle Bay Rovers defeat Ballyhar Dynamos at Mort Scott Park.
Inter Kenmare kept the three points at home as they defeated Fenit Samphires with goals from John O’Sullivan 3, Neil Shea, David O’Brien and Jack Sweeney.
Dynamos 15’s win in Kenmare
In 15’s Division 2 Tralee Dynamos had two goals each from Francis O’Brien and Dan Moloney and one from Daniel McCarthy in their 5-0 win away at Inter Kenmare.
Athletic win away in 16 Premier
In the only game played in the 16’s Premier Killarney Athletic won 2-0 at Listowel Celtic thanks to goals from Daire Kingston and Tom Benson.
Kennedy Cup 2022: Kerry continued their Kennedy Cup 2022 preparations with two challenge games against West Cork. The visitors went 2-0 up in the first game but with all the players getting plenty of game time Kerry fought back to win 3-2 thanks to goals from Jayden Fennell, Jake Nash and Pierce Lowth.
Kerry dominated they second game and took an easy win thanks to goals from Thomas Myers, Alex Tuothy, Harry O’Connor, Adam O’Neill and Ben Kelliher.
Girl’s Roll of Honour:
Kate Forde and Sadbh O’Halloran – Killarney Celtic,
Avril Rooney, Roisin Daly, Louise O’Donoghue, Glasha Tsikhnavetskaya – MEK Galaxy,
Orlaith Howley and Lilly Herlihy – Camp Juniors
Team of the Week:
Caolan Mitchell
Killarney Athletic 15’s
Aidan O’Sullivan Sean Fleming Eoin Cremin
Inter Kenmare 14’s Mastergeeha 13’s Ballyhar Dynamos 12’s
Conor Nolan James Murphy Rory Lynch Dwayne Conway
Fenit Samphires 12’s Killarney Celtic 13’s Tralee Dynamos 15’s St Brendan’s Park 13’s
Rossa McGearalt Cian McGearailt Gio McCarthy
Inter Kenmare 14’s Dingle Bay Rovers 15’s Killorglin 14’s
Happy Christmas and Sportingly Great 2022:
The Kerry Schoolboys Girls Leagues wishes all its players, coaches, club administrators, parents, sponsor’s and supporters every good wish for this Christmas and hopes everyone has a wonderful and sportingly great New Year.