UnEven Age Action on January 23rd:
JK Sports 12 Division 2:
Iveragh United 7-0 Camp Juniors.
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 2-0 Listowel Celtic
Killorglin A 1-1 Camp Juniors
Park 5-1 Inter Kenmare
13 Division 1:
Killarney Athletic 0-5 Mastergeeha
Killarney Celtic B 5-1 Killorgin B
Park B 5-2 Ballyhar
13 Division 2:
Dingle Bay Rovers 7-0 MEK
Tralee Dynamos B 2-1 Fenit.
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 4-1 Park A
Killorglin A 2-2 Inter Kenmare
15 Division 1:
Castleisland 2-1 Iveragh United
Killarney Athletic 0-2 Killarney Celtic B
Ballyhar 2-2 Mastergeeha
15 Division 2:
Fenit 4-4 Park B
Ballyheigue 0-0 St Bernards
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Park B 4-4 Camp Juniors.
Foundation Sports 14 Girls Premier:
Mastergeeha 4-2 Iveragh United.
FAI Women’s 14’s National Cup ¼ Final
Listowel Celtic 0–6 AK United
12’s Kerry 1-3 Limerick District
16’s Kerry 1-2 Waterford.
Iveragh United continue unbeaten run in 12’s:
Iveragh United made it 5 wins from 5 in the JK Sports 12 Premier as they continue to lead the way. Their latest win was over Camp Juniors thanks to goals from Ronan Teehan, Kian O’Shea, Oisin Breen, Fionan Keating and Breece O’Sullivan.
Killarney Celtic move to top of 13 Premier:
Killarney Celtic have moved into the lead in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier after a 2-0 win over Listowel Celtic. William Shine and Daniel Okute got the goals for the Killarney Hoops who move onto 13 points.
Camp Juniors started the day level with Celtic at the top but had to settle for a point after a 1 all draw Killorglin. Maurice O’Connell continued his long scoring run to put Camp Juniors ahead but Dylan Moriarty equalised almost immediately after the kick off.
The Park’s 5-1 win over Inter Kenmare puts them right back into contention and they are now on 9 points. Oisin Fox put Inter ahead but Graham Sheehy equalised shortly afterwards to leave it 1 all at the break. 5 minutes into the second half Leon Daly put the Park ahead and this was followed quickly by a Darragh Caplis goal to open the gap to 2. Cianan Cooney scored twice after coming off the bench to wrap up the win.
Park remains top in Division 1:
A 5-2 home win over Ballyhar at Christy Leahy Park means the Tralee side continue to lead the 13’s Division 1. Peter Cosgrave got both goals for Ballyhar.
It got even better for the Park when their nearest challengers Killorglin B were beaten by Killarney Celtic B. Rory Dorrian, Joshua Livingston, Aaron Moloney and Simon Coffey with 2 were the goal scorers.
Mastergeeha took advantage of Killorglin’s slip up to win 5-0 away at Killarney Athletic and the Kilbrean side’s 10 points sees them move into second place. Cian Foley with 3, Sean O’Leary and Barry Lenihan were on the mark for Mastergeeha.
Things tighten up in Division 2:
With leaders Iveragh United, on 13 points, not playing both Tralee Dynamos B and Dingle Bay Rovers had the chance to close the gap and that’s what both did.
Tralee Dynamos B were 2-1 home winners over Fenit courtesy of goals from Philip Evans and Danny Burke with Niall Cassidy replying for Fenit. The Tralee side are into second on 12 points. Dingle Bay Rovers move onto 10 points after they defeated MEK. Sean Leahy, Mark Manning, Tomas O’Se and Ruairi O’Shea got the goals for the West Kerry side.
Big win for Killarney Celtic in 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic have joined The Park at the top of the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier after they defeated the Tralee side 4-1 at Celtic Park. Goals from Ryan Kelliher, Patrick Darcy, Peter O’Sullivan and an og set up what will be a great battle for this title. Sean McGrath replied for The Park.
Killorglin are into third place following a 2-2 draw at home to Inter Kenmare but in reality both sides needed a win. Roan Moriarty and Gabriel Griffin scored for Killorglin with Bocki Nikic getting both the Inter goals.
Leaders beaten in 15’s Division 1:
Killarney Athletic suffered their first loss of the season as they went down 2-0 to Killarney Celtic B in Woodlawn. However they remain top of the table on 12 points. For Killarney Celtic B this was a very good result with James Darmody and Tom McGuire from the penalty spot getting the goals.
The two sides that could have moved ahead of Killarney Athletic met in Murt Scott Park. However this was a close as expected with Ballyhar and Mastergeeha drawing 2 all, a result that sees both of them move onto 10 points. Jason Brennan and Patrick O’Connor were on the mark for the home side with Niall O’Connor and Paul O’Shea scoring for Mastergeeha.
Honours even beaten top 2 in Division 2:
Leaders St Bernard’s travelled to Ballyheigue who are only a point behind them as both sides looked for a win that could be vital in the race for the title. However both sides cancelled each other out and it ended 0-0.
Fenit and the Park B are both level on 7 points and were involved in an 8 goal cracker with the points shared following a 4-4 draw. Fergal O’Brien 2, Cian Donnellan and Abib Hassain scored for Fenit while TJ Mahon 2, Cillian Ryan and Joe Hannafin ensured that the game ended level.
4-4 draw in 16 Division 1:
There was one game in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1 and amazingly the Park were involved in another 4-4 draw. This time it was against Camp Juniors in a cracker. The Park B went into a 3-1 lead and looked set for all three points but Camp Juniors stormed back to take a 4-3 lead. However a late penalty from John Ward levelled matters. Ward had earlier scored and the Park’s other 2 goals came from David O’Brien.
Team of the Week:
Kieran Pierce Caolan O’Connell Mark Manning
Killarney Athletic 13’s Camp Juniors 13’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s
Cillian Ryan Aaron O’Connor Anna Hannigan Oisin Fox
Park 15’s Castleisland 15’s Mastergeeha Girls 14’s Inter Kenmare 13’s
Peter Cosgrave Simon Coffey Fergal O’Brien
Ballyhar 13’s Killarney Celtic 13’s Fenit 15’s
FAI Women’s U14’s Cup ¼ Final:
Listowel Celtic’s run in the FAI Women’s u14’s Cup came to an end at the ¼ stage as they went down to a very strong AK United side.
The Kerry u12’s weren’t able to follow up on their win against Clare as they went down 3-1 to Limerick District, who are now top of the table on 6 points from their 2 games. Adam Owens got the goal for Kerry. Their next game is home to North Tipperary on February 14th.
The Kerry u16’s just failed to take a point from their clash against Waterford. They were 2-0 down before Michael O’Gara pulled a goal back. Kerry are away to South Tipperary in their next game in mid February.