December 9th 2017 Results & Reports:
Subway Inter League
Kerry 12’s 2-1 Clare
Kerry 13’s 6-1 Clare
National Cup 12’s Round 4:
Aisling Annacotty B 0–2 Killorglin AET
Rathkeale 2–0 Park
National Cup 14’s Round 4:
Park7 –1 Killarney Celtic
Listowel Celtic 6 –4 Caherdavin
Killorglin 7–3 Lough Derg
League Results:
JK Sports 12 Premier
Iveragh United 2–0 Inter Kenmare
Division 1:
Castleisland 2–2 Killarney Celtic B
Ballyhar 0-5 Killorglin B
Mastergeeha 0–3 Dingle Bay Rovers
Division 2:
Killarney Athletic B 3 –4 Listowel Celtic B
Park B 2–1 Ballyhar B
MEK 3–2 Killorglin C
Quills Woollen Mills 14 Premier:
Killarney Athletic 6–1 Tralee Dynamos
Division 1:
Killarney Celtic B 1-4 Mastergeeha
Ballyheigue 2–5 Iveragh United
Division 2:
Killarney Athletic B 1–2 MEK
Listowel Celtic B 1-2 LB Rovers
Fenit 4–0 Castleisland
Girls 14 Premier:
Fenit 3–3 Camp Juniors
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Camp Juniors 2 –1 Park
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Ballyhar 2–2 Killarney Athletic
Division 1:
Rattoo Rovers 4–1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Camp Juniors 1–0 Iveragh United
Division 2:
Park B 0 –4 Castleisland
Fenit 1–1 Killarney Celtic B
Clare go home from here after two losses:
It was another good day on the Subway Inter League front for Kerry as both the 12’s and 13’s recorded important victories.
In the 12’s Clare were the visitors to Celtic Park having won their opening game of the campaign. Kerry had drawn with North Tipperary so a win in this game was important and the boys supplied it winning 2-1. Thomas Healy and Oisin Healy got the goals for Kerry.
The 13’s followed up their opening win over North Tipperary with an impressive 6-1 win over Clare in the Dragon’s Den Killorglin. The Kerry goals came from Sean Treyvaud, Alex Hennigan, Oisin Breen, Jack O’Sullivan, Cormac Dillion and Richard Healy.
Both League had two squads on duty showing their strength in depth an the 12’s Development teams drew 3-3 in their game with the goals coming from Barry Fitzsimmons, Fionn Barrett and Sean Doolan.
The u13’s Development team were unlucky to go down 1-0 in what was a very tight encounter.

Opponents known in Subway National Cup Last 32:
The League has 9 teams through to the Last 32 of the various National Cups and these teams are also into the Regional Top 5 competition.
In the 12’s National Cup Killorglin are our last team standing. They defeated Aisling Annacotty B after extra time thanks to two goals from Stephen Gannon, one coming from the penalty spot. Killorglin reward is a home tie in the Last 32 against Midelton FC.
Unfortunately the Park went out going down 2-0 to Rathkeale with both goals coming in the Last10 minutes.
The Park and Killorglin were already through in the 13’s before the draw on Saturday. The Park came out at home to Mallow United while Killorglin will have to go to Forth Celtic in Wexford.
There are three Kerry sides left in 14’s Last 32. The Park defeated Killarney Celtic to progress to the next round where they will face Villa of Waterford away. Cianan Conney hit a hat trick, Messiah Chirwa added 2 and Cillian Murphy 1.
Listowel Celtic were cruising to the next round when they went 4-0 up against Caherdavin but the Limerick side fought back. However Listowel added two more to win 6-4. Their goals came from Kieran O’Carroll 3, Robert Stack 2 and one from Aoife Horgan. Listowel Celtic make the trip to Mallow United in the next round.
Killorglin progressed with a 7-3 win over Lough Derg. The visitors took an early lead before Killorglin levelled thanks to a Tom Whittleton penalty. Lough Derg hit the post but goals from Charlie Foley and Ryan Diggin put the Kerry side 3-1 ahead. Lough Derg pulled one back but further Killorglin goals from Ryan Diggin, Conor Spillane, Eoghan Hassett and Dara O’Grady ensured Killorglin progressed. They will be away in the Last 32 when they take on Newbridge Town.
Camp Juniors are our only representative in the 15’s section and they will welcome Blarney United to their home pitch.
The two Kerry sides in the Subway 16’s enjoyed differing outcome from the last 32 draw. The Park are at home to Charleville while Killarney Celtic are also on the road going to Fairview Rangers from Limerick.
Iveragh United up to joint second in 12 Premier:
There was only one game in the JK Sports 12 Premier but it proved to be an important one for Iveragh United. Their 2-0 win over Inter Kenmare sees them gain their first three points of the season following 4 drawn and this puts them into joint second place behind leaders Killorglin. Evan O’Sullivan and Fintan O’Sullivan got the goals for Iveragh United.
Celtic go joint top with Celtic in 12 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic started the day with a 1 point lead in the JK Sports 12 Division 1 but they were not in action. It was their South Kerry namesakes that had the chance to go top but they were held to a 2-2 draw by Castleisland B so both Celtic’s are now level on 13 points. Eamon Guiney and Dara Murphy scored for Killarney Celtic. Castleisland’s goals came from Mint O’Connor and Jack O’Donoghue and they move onto 10 points.
Killorglin move to within one point of the two leaders after their 5-0 away win at Ballyhar. Jack McGrath was un-markable netting 4 with Mathew Spellman getting the other goal to see them now on 12 points.
Dingle Bay Rovers kept in touch with the sides above them and are also onto 10 points after their 3-0 win over Mastergeeha. Cathal Farrell, Cian McGearailt and James Hoare got the Dingle Bay goals.
MEK the big winners in 12 Division 2:
With JK Sports 12 Division 2 leaders Camp Juniors not playing and second placed Killarney Athletic B beaten it was MEK that took full advantage to move to the joint top of the table on 12 points. The mid and east Kerry side defeated Killorglin C, with whom they were level on 9 points at the start of play, 3-0. The goals came from Stuart Scott in the first half and from James Clifford and Tadgh Gosney in the second half.
The Park B move onto 10 points as they had a hard fought 2-1 win over Ballyhar B. Finn O’Neill scored for the Tralee side but his goal was cancelled out by one from Tristan Keating. But it was O’Neill who struck again in the second half to give The Park the win.
Killarney Athletic missed the chance to go top of the table when they were beaten 4-3 by Listowel Celtic B whose improving from sees them pickup their first three points. For Athletic Dan Fleming, Bryn Flaherty and Darragh Kingston were on the mark.
Killarney Athletic move to the top of 14 Premier:
In the Quills Woollen Mills Killarney Athletic took full advantage after their game against Tralee Dynamos goals was moved to Woodlawn. The win takes the Killarney side to the top of the table on 10 points, ahead of Listowel Celtic.
Athletic got the best start when Alex Hennigan put them 1-0 up inside 7 minutes but Andy Rogers replied within 10 minutes or Dynamos. Sam Benson put Athletic ahead with a 25 yard effort just before half time.
Dylan Roche then put the game beyond the Tralee side with a quick fire hat trick early in the second half and then Hennigan got his second to wrap up the points.
Iveragh United and Mastergeeha move up in Division 1:
With unbeaten leaders Ballyhar (6 wins from 6) not playing Iveragh United‘s win over Ballyheigue sees them move onto 10 points and into second place. Their goals in the 5-2 win came from Aodhan O’Neill 2, Sean Kennedy and Ronan Teehan with the 5th being an own goal.
Mastergeeha were 4-1 away winners at Killarney Celtic B and are just one point behind the South Kerry side. Max Brozowzowski, Colm O’Leary, Jack Higgins and Oisin O’Leary were the scorers for the Kilbrean side.
Fenit win the battle of the top 2 in Division 2:
Fenit and Castleisland were tied at the start of the day but after their game it was the former that had moved clear at the top of the table. The damage was done in the first half as they were 3-0 up at the break. Eddie McCarthy 2 and Robert Monaghan put them in control and the points were wrapped up when Bobby O’Connor scored in the second half.
LB Rovers are hot on the heels of the two sides above them and their 2-1 away win at Listowel Celtic gives them another valuable three points. Jack Sheehy and Thavien Buckley were their scorers.
2 goals from Kevin Harant gave MEK the three points and it sees them leap frog over Killarney Athletic B who they beat this weekend. Teddy Muldoon got the goal for Athletic B.
Points shared in the Girls 14 Premier:
The points were shared in the Girls 14 Premier with Fenit and Camp Juniors drawing 3-3. For the home side Saoirse O’Donovan got 2 and Muiren O’Brien the third while Laura Reilly and Orlaith McKenna also played very well.
Camp take the points in 15 Premier:
There was one game in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier and it saw Camp Juniors defeat Park 2-1. The home side went 1-0 up thanks to a Cian Clancy free kick. Camp doubled their lead 20 minutes into the second half when Maurice O’Connell tapped in a pin point Oisin Smailes cross. The Park pulled one back with 10 minutes to go to set up an exciting finish but Camp Juniors held on.
Points shared in 16 Premier:
In the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier the points were shared between Ballyhar and Killarney Athletic in a game where both teams probably wanted a win. Craig Boyle O’Sullivan and John Power were on the mark for Ballyhar.
Leaders Camp win in Division 1:
Camp Juniors widened their gap at the top of the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1 with a hard fought victory over Iveragh United. Tadgh O’Connor got the only goal of the game where the Iveragh United keeper Ferdia Greaney was in outstanding form.
Rattoo Rovers are up to second after their win 4-1 win over Dingle Bay. Rhys Keane 2, Kevin Goulding and Dylan Moriarty got the goals.
Top two draw in Division 2:
Fenit and Killarney Celtic B are joint top of the table and could not be separated when they met at the weekend. The home side fell behind in the first half with the goal coming 10 minutes before half time. Fenit did not panic and were level with 15 minutes to go when Eoghan Higgins got the goal. Both sides pushed for a winner but neither could find it and the spoils were shared.
Par B closed the gap on the two leaders with a 4-0 win over Castleisland thanks to 2 goals from Michael Lally and one each from Luke Dennehy and Mark Roche but they also needed goalkeeper Stephen Nix to be on top form on a number of occasions.
Team of the Week:
Ferdia Greaney
Iveragh United 16’s
Billy Walsh Ben Murphy Ruarai Burke Tadgh Cahill
Fenit 14’s LB Rovers 14’s Castleisland 14’s Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s
Seamus Kelly Kieran Boyne Turlough O’Connor Rhys Keane
Park 12’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Mastergeeha 14’s Rattoo Rovers 16’s
Kevin Harant Jack McGrath
MEK 14’s Killorglin 12’s