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Skechers National Cup Last 32:
12’s: Killorglin 0 –1 Middleton
14’s: Mallow United 3–0 Listowel Celtic
Newbridge United 2-3 Killorglin
15’s Camp Juniors 3-1 Blarney United
16’s Park 1-6 Charleville
Fairview Rangers 0-0 Killarney Celtic AET
Fairview win 5-3 on penalties
Girls 16’s National Cup Last 16
Listowel Celtic 1–0 Salthill Devon
Subway Munster 16’s Plate Final:
Kerry 0–1 Desmond League
VITHIT League Results and Reports:
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Park 0-4 Killarney Celtic
Iveragh United 2-1 Killorglin
13 Division 1:
Inter Kenmare 8-2 Tralee Dynamos
13 Division 2:
Killorglin B 0-3 Park B
Killarney Plaza 15 Division 2:
Ballyheigue 2-3 Rattoo Rovers
Super Saturday and Sunday for trio of teams:
Killorglin see off Newbridge at 14’s:
Following on from the Park 14’s last week Killorglin are also through to the Last 16 of the Skechers National Cup. To make it sweeter for the Kerry side they won on the road defeating Newbridge United 3-2 on their All Weather.
Killorglin went one behind but it was only for a few minutes as Adam Owens equalised. Into the second half and again it was the home side that took the lead. However Killorglin were always in this game and drew level thanks to a Tom Whittleton. And they kept the momentum going and got the winner from Jack O’Sullivan with less than 10 minutes remaining. Next up for Killorglin is another away trip in the Last 16 as they await the winners of Mullingar Athletic and Cherry Orchard Premier. And both the Park and Killorglin are into the Last 5 of the Regional Competition,
Camp Juniors into 15’s Last 16:
Camp Juniors welcomed Blarney United to the KDL All Weather in the Last 32 of the 15’s National Cup. And the Kerry side progressed after a 3-1 win. Despite the blustery conditions Camp were ahead inside 10 minutes when Maurice O’Connell chipped the opposition to open the scoring. It got even better for the home side 10 minutes later when Kian Clancy doubled the scoring with an unstoppable shot. A great first half was rounded off when Cian Wright slotted home from inside the box.
Blarney United plied on the pressure and got one back from a corner that Camp will know they could have defended better. However apart from that blip the Camp Juniors defence were well on top to seal another historic win for the club.
Camp Juniors are at home to Douglas Hall in the Last 16 and will play Tulla United in the Regional Competition.
Listowel Celtic Girls through to the Last 8:
It was also the Last 16 of the FAI Girls 16’s National Cup and after seeing off three Cork teams in the previous rounds Liatowel Celtic welcomed Salthill Devon to Pat Kennedy Park.
And the Girls in the Hoops are through to the Last 8 after a 1-0 win thanks to an Aoife Horgan goal. This was a strong all round team performance against one of the top girls clubs outside of Dublin.
Killorglin 12’s side went down to Midleton 1-0 despite a big effort on the Dragons Den All Weather. Conor Hayes and Ryan Carey were the best on the day for Killorglin.
The Listowel Celtic 14’s National Cup run is also over as they were beaten 3-0 away to Mallow United.
Kerry’s interest in the 16’s National Cup came to an end when both The Park and Killarney Celtic went out. The Park were well beaten by Charleville at Christy Leahy Park with Terrance Carmody getting their goal.
Killarney Celtic were at the UL All Weather to face Fairview Rangers from Limerick and the game was scoreless after full and extra time. It was the Limerick side that progressed from the spot kicks on a 5-3 score-line. Both Celtic and the Park are still in their Regional Competition.
No Plate for Kerry 16’s:
Kerry 0-1 Limerick Desmond
A deleted Kerry 16’s side interest in this seasons Subway 16’s Inter League came to an end when they went down 1-0 to Limerick Desmond in the Munster Plate final.
The Kerry side on duty fought hard all game but were caught on the break in the last 5 minutes when the visitors to Kilbrean Park scored the only goal of the game.
VITHIT League Uneven ages round-up:
Top two in 13 Premier both win:
In the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier Killarney Celtic continue to lead the way and are now on 11 points from their 6 games. They were 4-0 winners away to The Park with all the goals coming in the second half. Robert Brooks hit two with Dara O’Shea and Eoghan Crowley getting the other two for the Hoops.
Iveragh United moved into second place following their 2-1 win over Killorglin A. The South Kerry side are now on 10 points but have two games in hand over Celtic. Kieran O’Donnell and Ben Egan got the Iveragh United goals with Marc Murphy replying for Killorglin.
Inter stay second but close the gap at the top of Division 1:
While Listowel Celtic are well clear at the top of this Division after 7 wins from 7 Inter Kenmare are doing everything they can to close the gap. They have it down to 6 points following this win and still have a game in hand. This weekend Inter were too strong for Tralee Dynamos thanks to 4 goals from Yago Cornelis, 2 from Sean Treyvaud and one each from Darragh O’Sullivan and Darragh O’Connor. Tom Quilligan was on the mark for Tralee Dynamos.
Park just 1 point of the top of Division 2:
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 has gotten very tight at the top after the Park were 3-0 winners over Killorglin B on the road. The game was tight until the last 15 minute when the Park took over to wrap up the win thanks to 2 goals from Conor Cronin and one from Stephen Barrett.
Park joint second in 15 Premier:
The Park scored an important win over Inter Kenmare to go joint second in the table behind runaway leaders Camp Juniors – who were winning in the National Cup.
The Park’s goals in their 4-2 win came from Robert Vassiu, David O’Callaghan, John O’Connor and Earnan Ferris. Corey Murphy replied for Inter.
7 Up for leaders in 15 Division 2:
Rattoo Rovers continued their unblemished run in the 15’s Division 2 and are now onto 21 points from their 7 games. They defeated their closest rival Ballyheigue 3-2 in a cracking game. Goals from Rattoo from Jordan Goggin and Ronan Walsh were cancelled out by two from Oisin Maunsell. But it was Rattoo Rovers Darragh Quinlan who wrapped up the win from the penalty spot.
Team of the Week:
Kieran O’Donnell Cian Clancy Cathal O’Donoghue
Iveragh United 13’s Camp Juniors 15’s Killarney Celtic 13’s
Conor Adams Seanie Brosnan Earnan Ferris Oisin Maunsell
Inter Kenmare 13’s Rattoo Rovers 15’s Park 15’s Ballyheigue 15’s
Maurice O’Connell Tom Quilligan Aoife Horgan
Camp Juniors 15’s Tralee Dynamos 13’s Listowel Celtic 16’s Girls
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