March 19th Kerry Schoolboys and Girls Results:
Under 13 National Cup:
Killarney Celtic 1-3 Ardee Celtic.
JK Sports Under 12 Prem:
Mastergeeha 2-1 Kingdom Boys
Killarney Athletic 2-4 Listowel Celtic
Camp 2-3 Inter Kenmare
Park 0-2 Killorglin
Iveragh United 6-0 Killarney Celtic C
Killorglin B 1-3 Park B
Mastergeeha 8-1 Kingdom Boys B.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Prem:
Fenit 3-4 Killarney Celtic
Ballyhar 0-6 Park
Dingle Bay 3-3 Killarney Athletic
Div 1 North:
Asdee 5-0 Listowel Celtic
Camp 1-1 Kingdom Boys.
Div 1 South:
Iveragh United 2-3 Killorglin
Mastergeeha 3-2 Inter Kenmare.
Dante’s Under 16 Prem:
Park 1-3 Kingdom Boys
Listowel Celtic 3-1 Castlemiane.
Girls Under 12:
Killarney Celtic 2-1 Killarney Athletic
Girls Under 16:
Park 0-6 Listowel Celtic
Inter Kenmare 1-3 Camp.
National Cup Last 32:
Killarney Celtic 1-3 Ardee Celtic: This game started well for the home side but after that is was all Ardee with the visitors running out 3-1 winners to go through to the Last 16. Evan Cronin got Killarney Celtic goal.
Under 12 JK Sports Premier:
Mastergeeha 2-1 Kingdom Boys: Two goals from Thomas Fleming gave Mastergeeha the points and moves them into second place on the table. They are now on 14 points and only two behind Killarney Celtic. Kingdom Boys are in third on 12 points.
Listowel Celtic also added three points to their total following a 4-2 win in Killarney against Athletic. Conor Kennedy, Tom Melvin and two from Michael Foley move Listowel to within a point of fourth place. Daniel O’Brien and David Shaw were the Athletic scorers.
It’s now a three way tie at the top of this Division. Killorglin were 2-0 winners over Park A thanks to goals from Caoilte Purcell and Mike Breen. Inter Kenmare defeated Camp 3-2 away. Denis Cronin 2 and John Crowley were the scorers. Inter, Park and Killorglin are now all tied on 18 points.
Iveragh United have this Division wrapped up early and are now looking for the perfect season as their 6-0 win over Killarney Celtic C sees them unbeaten in their 11 League games. Niall Brennan hit four and Darren Casey 2 for the South Kerry boys.
The Park join Killarney Celtic B in second place after their 3-1 win over Killorglin B for whom Joey Glenwood scored. Both of these sides are now on 13 points.
Mastergeeha were too strong Kingdom Boys B winning 8-1. Peter O’Brien, Niall McCarthy and James Nagle all hit two each with David O’Connor and John Hannigan getting the other two.
Under 14 O’Callaghans Coaches:
Killarney Celtic kept their four point lead at the top of the table thanks to a hat trick for the outstanding Liam Carey and one from Darren Doherty as they defeated Fenit 4-3 away.
The Park are in second place and kept the pressure up on Celtic with a 6-0 win over Ballyhar. For the Park William Hurley, Adam Barrett, Shane Flaherty 2 and Jessie O’Sullivan 2 were the scorers.
With Fenit loosing Dingle Bay moved into 3rd place on their own thanks to the point they gained in their 3-3 draw with Killarney Athletic. This point still leaves them seven points behind Park.
Div 1 North:
Asdee joined Castlemaine at the top of the table thanks to a 5-0 win over Listowel Celtic. Daniel Ellis hit 3 with Padraig O’Neill and Joe Joe Grimes one each as they took all three points.
Camp and Kingdom Boys are both in mid table and the 1-1 draw won’t have done their challenge any favours. Hughie O’Brien got the goal for Camp.
Div 1 South:
Third placed Killorglin scored a big win as they defeated table toppers Iveragh United 3-2 in Caherciveen. Brian Sugrue and Andy Quigley scored for Iveragh who still lead the way on 17 points. Killorglin move onto 12. Second placed Mastergeeha, now on 13 points, were 3-2 winners at home to Inter Kenmare thanks to Darren O’Connor 2 and Neil Moloney.
Dante’s Under 16 Premier:
Killarney Celtic had taken over at the top thanks to a mid week win bit Kingdom Boys went back to the summit at the weekend thanks to a 3-1 win over the Park for whom Tony O’Brien got their consolation. The Tralee boy lead Killarney Celtic by two points.
Under 16 Div 1:
Listowel Celtic were 3-1 winners at home to Castlemaine thanks to a goal from Brian O’Sullivan inside the opening 20 seconds which was added to goals from Michael Woods and Ian Murphy.
Girls: Under 12 League:
Killarney Athletic won the local derby beating Celtic 2-1 at Celtic Park. Sinead Warren scored for the home side but goals from Christina Cooper and Rebecca O’Shea gave Athletic all three points.
Girls Under 16:
League leaders Listowel Celtic took another three points thanks to Lauren Flavin, Savanah McCarthy 2, Rebecca Horgan, Catherine Flavin and Emma Thornton.
Camp will be delighted with their 3-1 win over Inter Kenmare, which proves that results do come with hard work. Ashley Maunsel, Clogadh McKenna and Caoilfeann Cullinane were on the mark for Camp.
Team of the Week:
Shane Foley Padraig O’Brien Graham O’Sullivan Paddy McCarthy
Park u14 Killorglin U12 Iveragh U14 Camp U14
Seamus Moriarty Keelin Cahill Sinead Warren Thomas Fleming
Dingle Bay u14 Killorglin U12 Killarney Celtic U12 Mastergeeha u12
Daniel Ellis Liam Carey
Asdee u14 Killarney Celtic U14