Stretch in the evenings heralds important mid-week League action:
Moriartys Centra Under 11 Premier:
Mastergeeha 1-4 Kingdom Boys.
Under 12 JK Sports Premier:
Killarney Celtic 0-2 Killarney Athletic.
Under 12 Div 1:
Asdee 0-8 Park.
Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Div 1:
Fenit 0-0 Castleisland
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier:
Killarney Athletic 0-2 Killarney Celtic
Park 3-0 Fenit
Under 14 Div 1:
Castlemaine 2-0 Camp
Killarney Plaza Under 15 Div 1:
Park B 1-1 Killorglin.
In the Moriartys Centra Under 11 Premier Kingdom Boys 4-1 win over Mastergeeha moves them to within four points of Killarney Celtic but they still have two games in hand. Ryan O’Neill, Dillon Robinson, Dara Lowth and Dara Devine were all on the mark for the Tralee side with John Lonnigan replying for Killorglin.
Athletic won the U12 Premier Killarney derby beating neighbours Celtic 2-0 thanks to goals from David Shaw and Tommy Counihan. Celtic still lead the way with Athletic now giving themselves a chance to finish in the top two.
In Div 1 leaders Park were too strong for Asdee and move into top spot on their own, ahead of Killorglin and Inter. Kieran Carmody top scored with 4 with Fergal Ryan, Jessie Stafford Lacey, Tommy Lynch and Andrew Phillips all adding one each.
0-0All draws are rare in the Schoolboys and Girls League but Fenit and Castleisland played out a mid week scoreless draw in their Under 13 Div 1 clash. The point sees Castleisland move into joint second place.
Under 14 O’Callaghan’s Coaches Premier Leaders Killarney Celtic added a further three points to their total with a 2-0 win over Athletic. Liam Carey and Matt Keane got Celtic’s goals. The Park kept the gap at 4 points and have a game in hand thanks to a 3-0 win over Fenit. Jessie O’Sullivan got 2 and Ger Dillon the third.
In Div 1 Castlemaine’s 2-0 win at Camp sees them lead the division on their own thanks to goals from Cathal O’Connor and Jonathan O’Sullivan.
In the Under 15 Killarney Plaza Div 1 Park B and Killorglin drew 1-1 when Killorglin really needed all three points. The point does however move them into joint third place with Inter and Killarney Athletic. Niall Kane got the goal for The Park.