Rounds 2 & 3 of the Uneven National Cup:
13’s Round 2:
Kingdom Boys 5-2 Corbally
Round 3:
Aisling Annacotty 6-0 Killarney Athletic
15’s Round 2:
Park 4-0 Birdhill
Ballymackey 3-6 Kingdom Boys
Mastergeeha 2-4 Killarney Athletic
Round 3:
Fenit Samphires 1-5 Broadford.
Munster WFAI 14’s Girls Plate ¼ Final:
Killarney Celtic 1-2 Carrigaline
13’s National Cup
Kingdom Boys join The Park and Killarney Celtic in Round 3 of the National Cup thanks to their 5-2 win at home to Corbally. Kevin Williams scored twice while Dylan Robinson, Sean Foley and Dan Goggin all got one each. Kingdom Boys reward is a home tie in the next round against Kilcornan.
In Round 2 there was no luck for Killarney Athletic who went out to Aisling Annacotty.
15’s National Cup:
The 15’s National Cup is proving a fertile ground Kerry sides with 4 teams into Round 3. Last weekend there was wins for St Brendan’s Park who defeated Birdhill 4-0 thanks to goals from Kieran Carmody, Jessie Stafford Lacey, Dylan McCarthy and Ferdia O’Brien.
Kingdom Boys won away to Ballymackey 6-3 with Seguin Doyile hitting a hat trick. Cathal Kennelly got 2 and Owen Gunn scored the other.
In the all Kerry clash it was Killarney Athletic who progressed, beating Mastergeeha 2-4 in Kilbrean Park. Paul O’Connor and David Gleeson were the scores for the home side but goals from Padraig O’Brein 2, Aaron Foley and David Shaw were enough for Athletic to progress.
These three sides join Killarney Celtic in Round 3.
Munster WFAI 14’s Girls Plate ¼ Final:
Despite the fact that it was their first competitive game Killarney Celtic 14’s Girls put up a great performance in their home Munster WFAI Girls Plate ¼ Final going down to a last minute winner at home to Carragiline. The Cork side took the lead just before half time but the impressive Hannah O’Donoghue equalised for Killarney Celtic right after the break. The Celtic girls went looking for the winner and had some great spells of dominance but we caught in the last minute by a Carrigaline sucker punch.

League Fixtures:
Moriarty’s Centra 11’s Group 1:
Listowel Celtic 3-3 Park A
Killarney Athletic 1-1 Killorglin
Kingdom Boys 1-0 Killarney Celtic A
Group 2:
Killorglin B 4-6 Inter Kenmare
Mastergeeha 1-4 Killarney Celtic B
Group 3:
Listowel Celtic C 7-4 Park
Ballyhar 3-3 Asdee
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier;
Inter Kenmare 1-3 Listowel Celtic A
Killorglin 0-5 Killarney Celtic A
Division 1:
Camp 2-2 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Celtic C 2-6 Park B
Mastergeeha 1-2 Castleisland
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Div 2:
Castleisland 4-3 Park B
Asdee 2-5 Killorglin B
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 6-0 Ballyhar
Division 2:
Killarney Athletic B 2-1 Killarney Celtic B
Park B 5-2 Asdee.
In the Moriarty’s Centra 11’s Group 1 Kingdom Boys just got the better of Killarney Celtic while Listowel Celtic A and Park A ended in a draw as did Killarney Athletic and Killorglin.
Inter Kenmare and Killarney Celtic B were the winners in Group 2 over Killorglin and Mastergeeha while in Group 3 Listowel Celtic C defeated The Park C with Ballyhar and Asdee playing out a draw.
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Inter Kenmare missed the chance to join table toppers Kingdom Boys on six points as they went down 3-1 to Listowel Celtic A who now join a number of teams on three points. In this game Cilliam Spillane got all the goals for Listowel Celtic while Ber O’Connor replied for The Park.
Goals from Jack Hanrahan 3, Cian McCarthy and Ryan Kelliher saw Killarney Celtic win their opening League game and join the rest of the teams on three points.
Division 1:
Park B and Castleisland both picked up three points with victories over Killarney Celtic C and Mastergeeha respectively while Camp and Killarney Celtic B shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. The Park B travelled to Killarney and defeated Celtic C 6-2. David Couchman top-scored with a hat trick while Dean Scanlon, Andrew Breen and Eddie Galvin each netted one. Jordan Lee got both Killarney Celtic C’s goals.
Goals from Eddie Horan and Donnadha Daly gave Castleisland the points from their trip to Mastergeeha.
A Murphy double – one each from Eamon and Alan saw Killarney Celtic B pick up a point from their trip to Camp where the game finished 2 all.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14 Division 2:
Park B were looking to close the gap on League leaders Listowel Celtic B, who are on nine points, but were beaten 4-3 by Castleisland and so remain on 4 points. Jack and Eoin Lynch and Sean Griffin scored for The Park but it wasn’t enough to take anything from the game. Kieran Mahony and Ethan Reidy scored a goal each but Shay Walsh was the hero with two goals, one from the penalty spot which proved to be the winner.
It’s Killorglin B who have taken the opportunity to move to within two points of Listowel Celtic thanks to their 5-2 away to Asdee. Mathews Hayes netted himself a hat trick which was added to by goals from Shane Aherne and Kealon Cahill. Aaron Kelly from the penalty spot and Callum McSweeney were Asdee’s scorers.
Killarney Plaza 15’s:
In the Premier Division Killarney Celtic were too strong for Ballyhar and have yet to drop a point in their three games. Javier Ruiz, Peter McCarthy, Dion Marcos and Mikey Moynihan were amongst those on the mark for Celtic.
In Division 2 leaders Asdee were beaten by the Park B meaning that there are now a number of sides tied on 6 points at the top of the table. Donagh O’Brien was another to take home the match ball for his hat trick. Eamon O’Leary and Nathan O’Leary scored for the Park. Cian O’Mahony and Jack Mulvihill replied for Asdee.
Killarney Athletic B join them on six points thanks to their win over cross town neighbours Celtic. Ciaran Kennedy and Patryk Barthy got the goals for the winners with James McAuliffe replying for Celtic.
Team of the Week:
Erica McGlynn
Killarney Celtic 14 Girls
Sean Hanrahan Sean Horan Eamon Murphy Jack McCarthy
Asdee 14’s Castleisland 13’s Camp 13’s Fenit 15’s
Padraig O’Brien Ben O’Connor Eoin Lynch Dan Goggin
Killarney Athletic 15’s Inter Kenmare 13’s Park 14’s Kingdom Boys 13’s
Mathew Hayse Jordan Lee
Killorglin 14’s Killarney Celtic 13’s