Mastergeeha’s Nat Cup comeback comes up just short:

Mastergeeha’s comeback comes up just short:
National Cup 16’s Round 3:
Corbally 3-3 Mastergeeha
AET Corbally win 5-3
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 1-5 Killorglin
Listowel Celtic 1-0 Killarney Celtic
Park A 5-1 Killarney Athletic A
12 Division 1:
Mastergeeha 7-1 Listowel Celtic B
Kingdom Boys B 2-0 Park
O’Callaghan Coaches 14 Premier:
Mastergeeha 2-5 Kingdom Boys
Ballyhar 2-3 Killorglin
14 Division 1:
Park A 4-1 Killarney Athletic A
Fenit 2-0 Castlemaine
Killarney Celtic B 2-1 Camp.
Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1
Killorglin 0-1 Listowel Celtic
Tralee Trophy World 16’s:
South: Killarney Celtic 3-0 Killorglin
North: Fenit 4-4 Kingdom Boys
Listowel Celtic 2-0 Camp.
Girls 14 Premier:
Listowel Celtic 5-1 Killarney Celtic
Reports:
National Cup: Mastergeeha’s comeback comes up just short:
In the National Cup 16’s Round 3 Mastergeeha travelled to Corbally and looked to be in for a hiding as they found themselves 3-0 down. However no Mastergeeha teams gives up without a fight and goals from Paul O’Connor, Paudie O’Connor and Kevin Leader saw the Kilbrean boys take the game to extra time. Unfortunately Corbally went in front again and with Mastergeeha pushing for an equaliser they got caught on the break as Corbally wrapped up the win and ended Kerry’s interest in the 16’s section of the National Cup.
League:
JK Sports 12 Premier:
Leaders Killorglin added another three points to their total and move onto 12 points with a 5-1 win away to Kingdom Boys. Ger Hassett got 2 with Daire Purcell, Daire McKeffery and Jack O’Connor netting one each. Cody Murphy replied for the home side.
There was a surprise in the all Celtic clash with Listowel defeating Killarney, joint leaders at the start of play, 1-0. Tadgh McEvoy was the Listowel Celtic hero in a win that sees them close the gap on second placed Killarney Celtic to three points and with a game in hand.
The Park A are also on the same mark as Killarney Celtic as their 5-1 at home to Killarney Athletic A also sees them move onto 6 points. Padraig McCannon, Mervin Shambala, James Sheehan and 2 from Brian Dowling were the Park’s scorers.
12 Division 1:
Killarney Celtic who lead the Division were not in action so the sides in second and third place were looking to close the gap and both did. Mastergeeha’s latest three points sees them move onto ten points and only one off top spot. They were too good for Listowel Celtic B winning 7-1 thanks to goals a stunning display from Paul O’Shea who netted 4, ably assisted by Niall O’Connor 2 and Cian O’Mahony.
Kingdom Boys B continue in third place, only one behind Mastergeeha, thanks to a 2-0 win over neighbours The Park with Jean Jervais and Sylvestre Trafmi getting the goals.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Premier:
Kingdom Boys went into their game against joint leaders Mastergeeha in third place, but only a point behind their opponents and also Killarney Celtic, whose game fell foul of the weather. Following the game the Tralee boys leap-frogged both of the sides above them to lead the way but by only a point. Dara Lowth, Patrick Roche, Dillon Robinson and Rian O’Sullivan got the Kingdom Boys goals with Niall McCarthy and Patrick Warren replying for Mastergeeha.
Killorglin will be delighted to get their league challenge underway as they picked up their first points thanks to a hard fought 3-2 win over Ballyhar. Jonathan Kissane, Daniel Cronin and Aaron McCarthy were on the mark for Killorglin with Paudie Coffey and Cian O’Callaghan scoring for Ballyhar.
14 Division 1:
The big clash was that of the two unbeaten sides in the Division and its The Park who remain that way with their 5th win in 5 League games. Gearoid Dillane hit a hat trick with Dean O’Connell getting the other goal in their 5-1 win at home to Killarney Athletic. However it is Athletics first dropped points of the year but they do have two games in hand. Mike Potts scored Athletic’s only goal.
The other side in joint second place Camp also went down, losing 2-1 to Killarney Celtic B. Like Athletic it is their first dropped points as well and they also have two games over leaders The Park. Camp led at half time through Jimmy O’Grady but Celtic scrambled a second and Jack Hanrahan got the winner with ten minutes to go.
Fenit closed the gap to those above them after a 2-0 win over Castlemaine thanks to 2 goals from Chris Murphy.
Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic’s mid week win 1-0 over Killorglin saw them move into second place, and only 3 points off top spot, with a game in hand. Ciaran O’Connor got the only goal of the game.
Tralee Trophy World 16’s:
In the Southern section Killarney Celtic were playing their first League game of season and got off to a winning start thanks to goals from Cathal O’Shea, Peter McCarthy and Oscar O’Connor in a 3-0 win over Killorglin A.
In the Northern section Listowel Celtic have gone into the lead on their own and are unbeaten in their 4 League games following a 2-0 win over Camp. Dara Sheehy got both goals for Listowel Celtic.
Fenit and Kingdom Boys were involved in an 8 goal thriller with both sides sharing the points in the end. Cian McGarry, Jimmy Shanahan, Louis Ryle and David Egan scored for Fenit with Segun Doyile, Shane Lowth, Aaron O’Keeffe and Sam Tarrant netting for Kingdom Boys.
14 Girls Premier:
Listowel Celtic defeated their namesakes Killarney Celtic to 5-1 to claim the early season bragging rights. Maggie Walsh and Leah Henry both scored 2 each and Saoirse Kennedy one for Listowel Celtic with Hannah O’Donoghue replying for Killarney Celtic.
Before the game both sides observed a minutes silence for the late Jeremy Dee, Competitions Officer of the WFAI, who died in a car accident last week.
Team of the Week:
John Francis O’Grady
Killorglin 15’s
Ronan Duggan David Murphy Dylan Hoare Samson Ayadi
Kingdom Boys 16’s Fenit 15’s Camp 16’s Park 12’s

Daire McKeffery Ashley Kelliher Tadgh McEvoy Garret Prendeville
Killorglin 12’s Listowel Celtic 15’s Listowel Celtic 15’s Castlemaine 14’s
Patrick Warren Gearoid Dillane
Mastergeeha 14’s Park 14’s