Easter Holiday Week Results and Reports:
11’s National Cup Semi Final:
St Kevin’s Boys Sunday A 3 – 1 Killarney Celtic
Park A – Kingdom Boys
John Murphy 12’s Cup Semi Final:
Kingdom Boys 6-3 Park
13’s Cup Semi Finals:
Mastergeeha – Listowel Celtic
Camp 1 -9 Killarney Celtic
Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup Semi Final:
Killorglin 2-3 Killarney Athletic
13’s Semi Final:
Killarney Celtic 7-1 Kingdom Boys
Listowel Celtic 3 – 1 Killarney Athletic
JK Sports 12’s Div 1:
Kingdom Boys 1-1 Listowel Celtic B
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 1-1 Killarney Celtic
Kingdom Boys 3-1 Listowel Celtic
Ballyhar 1-0 Killarney Athletic
Castlemaine 1 – 5 Iveragh United
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s Premier:
Mastergeeha 3-5 Killarney Athletic
Fenit 1-3 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Plaza 15’s Division 1:
Ballyhar 5 – 0 Camp
Mastergeeha – Listowel Celtic B
Tralee Trophy World 16’s Premier
Killarney Athletic 1-9 Killarney Celtic
National Cup 11’s Semi Final:
St Kevin’s 1-3 Killarney Celtic – See Separate Report.
11’s Cup Semi Final:
Park A 1-2 Kingdom Boys:
Kingdom Boys are the first team into the 11’s Cup semi final as they won the Tralee derby 2-1. John Carmody got one of the goals and the second an og.
Kingdom Boys will now meet the winners of Camp and Killarney Celtic in decider.
John Murphy Memorial 12’s Cup Semi Final:
Killorglin were already through and we awaiting the winners of the Tralee derby with Kingdom Boys at home to Park. It proved to be a high scoring encounter with Kingdom Boys winning on double scores 6-3. For the winners their goals came from two players who hit hat tricks – Dillon Robinson and Kevin Williams while the Park’s goals came from Mike Slattery, who got 2, and Gearoid Sheahan.
13’s Cup semi final:
Killarney Celtic proved too strong for Camp in the first of the 13’s Cup semi finals. They had goals from Luke O’Donoghue who got a hat trick, Gary Mathews with 2, and one each from Mark Harnett, Kasper Malinoski, David Clifford and Thando Dube.
Tucker Kelly Memorial 16’s Cup semi final:
Athletic set up an all Killarney Cup Final where they will meet Celtic after a good win over Killorglin away. The home side were ahead in the League but it was Athletic who prevailed 3-2. Chris O’Meara 2 and Dylan O’Sullivan got the goals to see Athletic through.
13 Girls Cup Semi Final:
Killarney Celtic proved too strong for Kingdom Girls despite the latter’s growing improvement. This was probably a step too far for the Tralee girls but if they keep improving they will trouble the bigger clubs. On this occasion goals from Siobhan Burns, Rebecca Murphy, Orla O’Mahony, Emma Dineen, Erica McGlinn and Leanne O’Brien put the Celtic girls into the final.
There they will meet Listowel Celtic who got the better of an improving Killarney Athletic side. Maggie Walsh scored twice for Listowel with Shannon Sheehy netting the other. Rebecca O’Shea was on the mark for Athletic.
JK Sports 12’s Division 1:
Kingdom Boys and Listowel Celtic B wrapped up their League campaigns by sharing the points in a 1-1 draw. Both sides finished mid table.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Premier:
It was a big week for Kingdom Boys who came into the week three points behind leaders Killarney Celtic but with a game in hand. However before they played that game the two sides, who went into the game unbeaten, met in Tralee and again couldn’t be separated. Mark Harnett put Celtic ahead with Ryan O’Neill replying for Kingdom Boys.
Kingdom Boys were out again on Thursday night, this time at home to third placed Listowel Celtic knowing that a win would leave it a two horse race between themselves and Killarney Celtic. The Tralee side did what they had to do picking up the three points on a 3-1 score-line. Kevin Williams scored twice and the prolific Dillon Robinson got the third.
At the top of the 13 Plate Ballyhar’s 1-0 win has ensured them that they will win the Plate for the lower section of this Division.
13’s Division 1:
Iveragh ended their League season with a 5-1 win away to Castlemaine. Pierce McGill and Jamie O’Sullivan both scored a brace of goals with Killian Cronin getting the fifth. Dara Evans replied for Castlemaine.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s Premier:
Listowel Celtic finished their League campaign in fourth place in the table thanks to a 3-1 win away at Fenit. Sean Higgins scored for the home side but goals from Michael Foley, Darragh Buckley and Jack Healy gave the North Kerry boys the three points to end their campaign on a happy note.
Killarney Athletic struggled a little in this Division but showed great resilience and heart to keep going and got an end of season reward as they defeated Mastergeeha away in their latest game. Athletic scored five goals through David Naughton, Mike Pierce, David Shaw, Ciaran Kennedy and Donal O’Brien. Mastergeeha goals came from Gearoid Kerins, James Nagle and Sean O’Leary.
Killarney Plaza 15’s Div 1:
Ballyhar moved into second place in this division with a game to go following a 5-0 home win over Camp at Murt Scott Park. Red hot striker John McMahon took home ‘the match ball’ as he helped himself to a hat trick. Conor Randall and William Courtney were also on the mark for the winners. Ballyhar leap frog Fenit, who lie on 21 points from 9 played, and move onto 22 points. They are 3 behind League leaders Kingdom Boys.
Team of the Week:
Gearoid Kerins Pat O’Connor Luke Fitzgerald
Mastergeeha 14’s Castlemaine 13’s Ballyhar 15’s
Michael Foley Deborah Mangan Jack McCarthy Liam Carey
Listowel Celtic 14’s Kingdom Girls 13’s Fenit 14’s Killarney Celtic 16’s
Luke O’Donoghue Ciaran Kennedy Jamie O’Sullivan
Killarney Celtic 13’s Killarney Athletic 14’s Iveragh United 13’s