Action in the Uneven ages plus the Inter League opener:
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
Killarney Athletic 1-2 Tralee Dynamos
Listowel Celtic A 2-0 Park A
Killorglin 8-1 Park B
13 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic B 1-5 Mastergeeha
Castleisland 4-4 Ballyhar
Iveragh United 2-2 Killarney Celtic A
13 Division 2:
Killarney Celtic B 3-1 Killorglin B
Dingle Bay Rovers 1-1 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Athletic B 2-5 Ballyheigue
13 Division 3:
MEK 4-4 Fenit
Park C 4-1 Listowel Celtic C
Killarney Plaza 15’s:
Dingle Bay Rovers 6-2 Killarney Athletic
Mastergeeha 3-1 Ballyheigue
Camp Juniors 2-2 Park B
Park C 1-9 Rattoo Rovers
St Bernards 1-0 Castleisland
Inter Kenmare 2-6 Killarney Celtic B
Subway 15’s Inter League:
North Tipperary – Kerry.
Action in the Moriarty’s Centra 11’s:
In keeping with the FAI’s Player Development Plan the Moriarty’s Centra 11’s is non- trophy but that certainly does not mean its non-action. 10 clubs were in action at the weekend with many having multiple 7 a side team on duty.
The match ups saw Killorglin meeting Killarney Celtic, The Park at home to Killarney Athletic and Castleisland visiting Listowel Celtic. LB Rovers welcomed Tralee Dynamos and Camp Juniors played Iveragh United.
Leaders drop points in 13 Premier:
Listowel Celtic’s 2-0 win over The Park saw the Tralee side dropping their first points of the season. Aoife Horgan was the Listowel Celtic hero as she hit both the goals to give them an opening game win. The Park remains joint leaders on 6 points.
Killorglin moved level with The Park as they proved too strong for the second Park side in the Division the Park B. Killorglin won 8-1 with Conor Kirby getting the Park B’s consolation.
The Tralee Dynamos players got their rewards from working hard in training as they picked up their first win over Killarney Athletic 2-1. Thomas O’Brien and Andy Rogers scored for the Tralee side.
Mastergeeha the only winner in day of draws in Division 1:
Mastergeeha were the only winners in 13’s Division 1 as they beat Listowel Celtic B 5-1 to win their opening game.
A Colin Callaghan hat trick and one from Steven Palmer were enough to give Ballyhar only a share of the points in a 4-4 draw with Castleisland. Redmond O’Neill, Jack Greaney, Mathew Broderick and Alex Kipp got the Castleisland goals.
Killarney Celtic had to come from behind to earn a 2-2 draw away to Iveragh United. Sean Kennedy scored twice to give Iveragh United a 2-0 lead. Jack O’Donoghue then saved a penalty to keep Celtic in the game and two goals from Peader Kelliher saw Celtic take a share of the points.
Ballyheigue and Killarney Celtic B move onto 6 points in Division 2:
Ballyheigue lead the 13’s Division 2 after a 5-2 win away at Killarney Athletic B. Jack McGuire and Caoilte Cronin got the goals for the Woodlawn side.
Killarney Celtic B are also on 6 points after their 3-1 win over Killorglin B for whom Senan O’Meara scored.
Dingle Bay and Inter Kenmare shared the points in a 1 all draw. James Hoare scored for Dingle with Aidan Crowley getting the Inter goal.
Goals galore in 13’s Division 3:
Bobby O’Connor scored twice with Ethan Murphy and Rob Monaghan one each as Fenit hit 4. But so did their opponents MEK as the sides shared the points in a 4-4 draw.
Goals from Lasha Bekaus, Ray McGrath and Dara Cunnane 2 gave Park C a 4-1 over Listowel Celtic C .
Dingle Bay open with win in 15 Premier:
Dingle Bay Rovers opened their 15 Premier campaign with a 6-2 win over Killarney Athletic. Aodain Divine 2, Cathal O’Muirceartaigh, Dylan Geaney and Mark Manning were the Dingle scorers.
Camp and Park B level in Division 1:
Camp Juniors and Park B could not be separated on the field as they drew 2 all and are also level on the table as both have 4 points. Conor O’Sullivan and TJ McMahon were the Park scorers.
Mastergeeha were 3-1 winners over Ballyheigue with Nathan Guiney getting the North Kerry side’s goal.
Rattoo Rovers only unbeaten Schoolboys team:
In the Killarney Plaza 15 Division 2 Rattoo Rovers continue their unbeaten start to their first season and are now on 4 wins from 4. Goals from JP O’Carroll, Kevin Goulding, Dylan Moriarty, Dara Quinlan, Shane O’Sullivan and Padraig Sullivan all got on the Rattoo scoresheet.
St Brenards are doing their best to keep pace with Rattoo as they are on 9 points from their 4 games. Mathew Burke got the goal in their 1-o win over Castleisland.
Goals from Oisin Walsh, Harry Buckley and Kasper Presak, who all scored 2 each saw the Park defeat Inter Kenmare.
Subway 15’s Inter League:
Kerry’s Subway Inter League competitions started with the 15’s travelling away to North Tipperary in what turned out to be a goal fest. Kerry were 3-0 up thanks to 2 from Sean Kennedy and one from Mervyn Shalemba before the home side pulled one back.
Kerry added three more goals early in the second half with Kennedy completing his hat trick, Sean McGrath and Junior Ankomah on the mark. North Tipperary staged a mini-comeback thanks to two converted penalties but Junior’s second wrapped up a 7-3 win for Kerry.
Kerry’s next game is set to be a home tie with the Desmond League.
Sean’s hope to make squad:
Tralee Dynamos Sean Kennedy and Sean McGrath from the Park are heading to the Irish u15 training camp next weekend. They players are hoping to make the squad of 18 who head to Poland next month.
Girls 14’s Cup Draw:
The draw for the next round of the 14’s Girls National sees Listowel Celtic home to Carragiline while Killorglin are away to Wilton.
Team of the Week:
Killarney Celtic 13’s
Cillian Murphy Ryan Dennehy Tadgh Galvin
The Park 13’s Castleisland 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s
Mark Manning Colin Callaghan Bobby O’Connor Senan O’Meara
Dingle Bay Rovers 15’s Ballyhar 13’s Fenit 13’s Killorglin 13’s
Dylan Moriarty Jack McGuire Sean Kennedy
Rattoo Rovers 15’s Killarney Athletic 13’s Tralee Dynamos 15’s