Mid Term mid-week Games:
Tue 22nd – Under 14 Premier Killarney Ath 2-6 Park
Wed 23rd –Under 14 Div 1 Killorglin 8-1 Inter Kenmare B
Thur 24th – Under 11 Cup First Round Inter Kenmare 5-3 Iveragh Utd.
Under 12 Premier Killarney Celtic 3-1 Mastergeeha
Under 12 Div 1 Killorglin 0-7 Park A
Under 13 Div 1 Killorglin 2-1 Fenit
Under 15 Premier Dingle Bay 2-4 Castleisland.
With the Schools on their mid-term break there were a number of games played mid-week. On Tuesday night The Park defeated Killarney Athletic 6-2 in the Under 14 Premier Division. Second placed The Park closed the gap on leaders Killarney Celtic to four points thanks to goals from Sean Ryan 3, Jessie O’Sullivan 2 and Cian Sheridan. Danny Healy and Ayden Mulvanny replied for Athletic.
In the Under 14 Div 1 South Killorglin were too good for a weakened Inter B team on Wednesday afternoon. Gavin Evans, John Tyther and Daniel McBeth all scored twice with Gavin O’Riordan getting the other goal to move Killorglin to within a point of second placed Mastergeeha. Killian Spillane got Inters consolation.
Thursday was a very busy day with five games completed. In the Under 11 Cup First Round Inter Kenmare defeated Iveragh United to set up a second round clash at home to Killorglin A.
Killarney Celtic defeated Mastergeeha in the JK Sports U12 Premier division to open up the gap a little at the top of the table. They are on 16 points, with Kingdom Boys next on 12 and Mastergeeha on 11 points.
In Div 1 The Park took the points from their trip to Killorglin. Goals from Fergal Ryan 3, Jessie Stafford Lacey 2, Karl Mullins 2 and James Carmody puts The Park into joint top spot on the table, level with Inter Kenmare but with games in hand.
The Under 13 Daly Supervalu Div 1 Killorglin just got the better of Fenit 2-1. Charlie Purcell and Sean Kelliher scored for the winners with Ryan Dolan replying for Fenit. Killorglin and now level with Ballyhar at the summit of the Division.
Castleisland travelled to Dingle in The Killarney Plaza Premier Division and took home the points thanks to a Damien Breen hat-trick and a fourth from Colm Murphy. Brian Begley got both of Dingle Bays goals. Castleisland are now joint third, level with Listowel Celtic.
Election Weekend Kerry Schoolboys and Girls League Results:
Under 11 Moriarty’s Centra Premier:
Mastergeeha 3-0 Killarney Athletic
Park 3-5 Kingdom Boys
Interkenmare 0-4 Ballyhar
Killorglin 1-1 Killarney Celtic B
Castleisland 0-1 Fenit
Listowel Celtic B 4-2 Behy Rovers
Park 3-9 Camp B
Killorglin B 1-3 Killarney Celtic C.
Under 13 Daly’s Supervalu Premier:
Park 4-1 Listowel Celtic
Dingle Bay Rvs 1-2 Killarney Celtic
Killarney Athletic 3-1 Kingdom Boys
Castleisland 2-0 Ballyhar
Inter Kenmare 0-3 Mastergeeha
Killarney Celtic B 2-2 Kingdom Boys B
Listowel Celtic B 3-6 Killarney Athletic B
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Div 1 North
Asdee 4-0 Clanmaurice
Killarney Plaza Under 15 Premier
Lisrtowel Celtic 0-2 Killarney Celtic
Kingdom Boys B 0-2 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Athletic 2-2 Clanmaurice.
Moriarty’s Centra Under 11:
With leaders Killarney Celtic and second placed Listowel Celtic not playing Kingdom Boys took the opportunity to move above Listowel after their 5-3 win away to neighbours The Park. Dylan Robinson and Oran Liston hit two each with Dara Lowth getting the other. For The Park Evan Murphy, David Fitzmaurice and Ciaran Killeen were the scorers.
Mastergeeha closed the gap to now third placed Listowel Celtic to two points after they were 3-0 winners at home to Killarney Athletic. James Nagle scored in each half with Niall McCarthy get one in-between.
Ballyhar have moved to the top of this division after leapfrogging Inter Kenmare to lead the Division by a point. They were 4-0 winners away to the Kenmare boys with goals from Niall O’Donoghue, Dermot O’Mahony, Liam Brosnan and Donnacha O’Sullivan.
Killorglin would have joined Ballyhar at the summit if they had defeated Killarney Celtic B but had to settle for a point in a 1-1 draw. Oran O’Donoghue put Celtic 1-0 up in the first half but Killorglin hit back just after the break.
Fenit continued their unbeaten run and are now six games from six in the League after a 1-0 win away to Castleisland. Ossie Clifford was the Fenit hero scoring late in the game.
Listowel Celtic B are now joint second on 12 points, level with Castleisland after they were 4-2 winners over Behy Rovers. Jack Watson hit two for Celtic with Jamie Lynch and Jack Boland getting the others while Behy Rovers goals came from Patrick Griffin and Tommy Quirke.
The two top sides both won on the road at the weekend. Leaders Killarney Celtic C moved onto 18 points with a 3-1 win in Killorglin. Dylan Fitzgerald scored either side of the break with John Quilligan getting the other for Celtic.
Camp were too strong for The Park winning 9-3. The defeats leave The Park and Killorglin still tied in third place, on 6 points but a bit behind the top two. Jimmy O’Grady had another day to remember and is on fire at the moment, getting five for Camp. Daire Kennelly (2), Jack Farrell and Michael Scanlon were the other scorers. Replying for The Park were Ruari O’Kelly, Jabin John and Dean O’Connell.
Daly’s Supervalu Under 13:
Second placed Killarney Celtic kept up their chase of The Park who had won on Friday night to open the gap to 8 points. Celtic needed the win to but went 1-0 down to Dingle Bay thanks to Liam Brosnan from the penalty spot. However Mikey Moynihan levelled with a long range screamer just before half time and in form striker Evan Cronin hit the winner mid way through the second half.
Killarney Athletic are also well in contention and only a point behind Celtic following a 3-1 win over Kingdom Boys B. Michael Casey, Keith Moloney and Ronan Buckley were Athletics scorers.
Castleisland’s 2-0 win over Ballyhar and Mastergeeha’s 3-0 win away to Inter Kenmare B sees a four way tie at the top. Castleisland, Mastergeeha, Killorglin and Ballyhar are now all tied on 14 points in one of the tightest races in the League.
Sean O’Donoghue and Matthew Browne scored for Castleisland while two from Chris Keane and one from Conor Teehan gave the Kilbrean side their three points.
Kingdom Boys B took a good point off leaders Killarney Celtic in a 2-2 draw at Celtic Park. The Tralee side are well in contention, just a point behind second placed The Park.
Kingdom Boys went 1-0 up before Killian Fleming equalised for Celtic. The Tralee Boys again went ahead before Fleming earned a point for his side with his second.
Killarney Athletic B also took advantage of Celtic dropping two points to move into second place, just a point ahead of Kingdom Boys. David Harnett, scoring for the second game in a row, was amongst Athletics goal scorers in a 6-3 win.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Div 1 North:
Asdee moved to within three points of leaders Castlemaine as they got the better of Clanmaurice on a 4-0 score-line. Joe Joe Grimes scored twice for Asdee with Andrew Doherty and Sean Keane getting the other two.
Killarney Plaza Under 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic put in a great performance to defeat their Celtic namesakes and further widen the gap at the top of the table with a 2-0 win. Kelvin Teehan got the first and James McCarrick added the second, both goals coming in a 20 minute period in the second half.
Second placed Clanmaurice were 5-2 winners over Killarney Athletic while fourth placed Inter Kenmare took the points defeating Kingdom Boys B 2-0.
Girls Under 14:
Listowel Celtic are unbeatable at this age and were 5-0 winner of an good Camp side.
Team of the Week:
Brian Begley Tommy Quirke Eoin O’Meara Sean Keane
Dingle Bay u15 Behy Rvs U11 Killarney Athletic U13 Asdee U14
Dara Lowth Tommy Cahill Killian Spillane Conor Stack
Kingdom Boys u11 Killlrglin U14 Inter Kenmare U14 Killarney Celtic u13
Sean Ryan Damien Breen
Park U14 Castleisland U15