League, National League and Gaynor games played:
National League
13’s Kerry 2–6 Cork City
15’s Limerick 0–4 Kerry
Gaynor Group 2
13’s Cork City 1–0 Kerry
15’s Cork City 6-1 Kerry
JK Sports 12’s
Tralee Dynamos 4–6 Camp Juniors
Killarney Athletic 1–3 Mastergeeha
St Brendan’s Park 4–2 Listowel Celtic
Division 1
Ballyheigue 1–9LB Rovers
Inter Kenmare0 –1 Killorglin
Iveragh United 4–0 Killarney Celtic
Dingle Bay Rovers 0–2 Castleisland
Division 2 South
Inter Kenmare B 2–0 Killorglin B
Killarney Celtic C 2–3 Ballyhar Dynamos
Mastergeeha B2 –2 MEK B
Mastergeeha C 3–8 MEK C
Division 2 North
Listowel Celtic B 5–0 Park B
Listowel Celtic C 1–2 Park C
Castielsiand 2–1 Camp Juniors B
World of Tiles 13’s
13’s Division 1 2019-2020 Play-Off Final
Mastergeeha 3–1 Iveragh United
Division 2
Killarney Celtic B 8-1 MEK Galaxy B
Ballyhar 6-0 Killorglin B
Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 14’s
Killarney Athletic 7–2 Killarney Celtic
Killorglin 2– 1Inter Kenmare
St Brendan’s Park 0–2 Tralee Dynamos
14’s Division 1 North
Camp Juniors A 6–0 Camp Juniors B
Dingle Bay Rovers5 –3 Camp Juniors A
14 Division 1 South
Killorglin B2 –3 Ballyhar
MEK Galaxy 7–2 Killarney Athletic B
Mastergeeha B 0–6 Inter Kenmare B
Moriarty’s Centra 15’s
Division 2
Castleisland 3-5 Ballyhar
Tralee Trophy World 16’s
Killorglin 1–4 Killarney Celtic
16’s Division 1
Killarney Athletic A 2–0 Killarney Athletic B
Killarney Athletic A 6-2 Killarney Celtic B
Killorglin 6–2 Fenit
Dingle Bay Rovers 2–4 St Brendan’s Park
National League Update:
The Kerry 13’s were at home to Cork City who had won this Group before this game. The visitors took a 2-0 early lead but then Kerry fought back through a Shane Stack penalty and a Darragh Lynch goal to level matters. But credit to Cork they hit straight back and then with Kerry chasing he game ran out 6-2 winners.
The Kerry 15’s have secured second place in their Group and wrapped up the first phase of the League with a 4-0 win at Limerick. All the goals came in the second half thanks to Jamie O’Shea 2, Oisin Breen and Alex Hennigan.
Gaynor Group series ends:
In this unusual year for all sports it is great to see the Girls Gaynor Cup being played out to its conclusion. Kerry 13’s and 15’s finished their Group games away to one of the favourites for the overall competition Cork.
The 15’s put in a great first half with Ciara Henderson scoring but Cork were 3-1 ahead at the break. In the second half both sides ran their benches and Cork’s strength in depth showed as they won 6-1 with two of the goals coming from the penalty spot.
The Kerry 13’s will take a huge amount of confidence into the next round of the Girls Gaynor competition. They went down to Group winner Cork 1-0 with the goal coming in the final moments of the game. The Kerry gave it all for the whole game and certainly deserved at least a point from their trip to Lakewood.
Both the Kerry 13’s and 15’s Gaynor Girls sides will know this week what their remaining games in the competition are.
Mastergeeha win 13 Division 1 title from last season:
The Kerry Schoolboys Girls League had many of its Divisions finished before the break but one that was not sorted was the 13’s Division 1. Last Saturday Mastergeeha were crowned champions as the defeated Iveragh United 3-1 in the play-off final.
Two goals from Mathew Kennedy and one from Sean McAuliffe gave the Kilbrean side another title but they also needed a big game from keeper Bryan O’Leary. David Kennedy got the goal for Iveragh United.
Two home and one away win in 12’s Premier
In the JK Sports 12 Premier Camp Juniors made the short trip to Tralee a winning one as they defeated Dynamos 6-4. For Camp Juniors Killian Crean, Jack Doyle, Tom Griffin 2 and Tadgh O’Donoghue 2were the scorers while Calvin O’Sullivan 3 and Cody Sheehan were on the mark for Dynamos.
Eanna Hennigan scored for Athletic in Woodlawn but goals from Michael O’Riordan, Ronan Guerin and Daniel Buckley gave Mastergeeha the three points.
Edison Jahiri, Jack Daly, Johnny Neilings and a goal deflected in from a Cayden Roche gave St Brendan’s Park Green a 4-2 win over Listowel Celtic where the boys were tied 1-1 at the break.
4 games played in 12’s Division 1
Goals from Odhran Buckley, Liam Lynch, Billy Moriarty, Brody Mulvihill and Sean Ross gave LB Rovers an impressive win over Ballyheigue in the North Kerry derby.
A goal in the first half by Sean Doherty was enough to give Killorglin all three points from their trip to Inter Kenmare.
Iveragh United were too strong at home to Killarney Celtic B and goals from Mathew O’Sullivan, Killian O’Connell, Kieran Dwyer 3, John Kavanagh and Jayden Corcoran gave them the win.
Castleisland when West and came home with the three points as the defeated Dingle Bay Rovers 2-0 with both goals from Tadgh McCarthy and Dylan Cahill coming in the second half.
14 teams in action in 12’s Division 2 North and South
In the 12’s Division 2 North Eoin Tansley and Joseph Finn scored for the Park as they won 2-1 away to Listowel Celtic C. Listowel Celtic B were 5-0 home winners over the Park B and in an exciting game at Georgie O’Callaghan Park the home side Castleisland were 2-1 winners over Camp Juniors after the sides drawing 0-0 at the break. Adrian Walsh put Castleisland ahead but Camp Juniors equalised straight away through Ethan Chambers. With 3 minutes left Sam McCarthy got the Castleisland winner.
Inter Kenmare B were 2-0 home winners over Killorglin B , who had a great performance from keeper Hugh O’Sullivan ,in the 12’s Division 1 South.
Killarney Celtic C welcomed Ballyhar Dynamos to Celtic Park and the visitors took the win by the odd goal in 5. Lachlan Scannell and Lucas McGough scored for Celtic with 2 from Donnacha Lynch and Daniel Downes proving enough for Ballyhar.
MEK Galaxy B made the trip to Kilbrean Park and defeated Mastergeeha B 3-2. Mark Fleming and Sean Fleming scored for the home side with Danny McGrath 2 and Leo Allen scoring for the winners.
Both of these clubs have great numbers at this age group and they both have 3 games in the League. On this occasion MEK White were the stronger thanks to goals from Cillian O’Donoghue 3, Dara Whelton 2, Harry Murphy and Alan Adamczyk 2 . Alan O’Leary 2 and Oran Lynch got the goals for Mastergeeha C.
Mid- Week Uneven’s Action:
With the weather still perfect for mid-week football there was some action in the Uneven ages. In the Moriarty’s Centra 13’s Division 2 Killarney Celtic B defeated MEK Galaxy B. Goals for the home side came from Jack O’Grady, Jack O’Shea, Jack Culloty, Dara Horan, Mercin Gniewec, Michael McElligott and 2 from Luca Mosca. Leo Allen replied for MEK.
In the same Division Ballyhar Dynamos were home winner in Murt Scott Park over Killorglin B. Harry O’Connor, Eoin O’Mahony, Shane O’Loughlin and Tom Costello were all on the mark for the winning team.
In the Moriarty’s Centra 15’s Division 2 Castleisland were defeated at home by Ballyhar Dynamos. Ballyhar led 3-1 at the break and they had 4 goals from Aaron O’Sullivan and one from Robert Kelly while Jack Joy hit 2 and David McCarthy the other goal for Castleisland.
Mid-week derby started the action in the 14 Premier
The Killarney derby on Thursday night started the action in the 14’s Premier. Killarney Athletic took the win in Woodlawn with Luke Doolan and Bryan O’Shea getting 2 each with Jerry McCarthy, Liam Hennigan and Cillian Coffey also scoring for Athletic. Colm Janet and Tom Purcell replied for Celtic.
On Saturday Killorglin defeated Inter Kenmare 2-1 thanks to goals from James Jones and Enna Murphy. Tralee Dynamos crossed the road to Christy Leahy Park and defeated the Park 2-0 with Nick Lacey and Christy Boy Burke the goal scorers.
All Camp clash in 14’s Division 1 North
Another club with great numbers in their underage set-up is Camp Juniors and their two sides in the 14’s Division 1 met in mid-week. It was the A’s who took the win with Mikey Moynihan, Darragh Murphy, Robert Keane, Mark Farrell, Dylan H arrington and Seamus O’Connor scoring.
Camp Juniors A were on the road on Saturday but they when down away to Dingle Bay Rovers. For the home side Jack Sheehy 2, Padraig Manning 2 and Liam McGearailt were the scorers while Darragh Murphy and Robert Keane 2 scored for Camp Juniors.
Late winner in 14 Division 1 South
Two goals from Dylan Counihan assisted by Robert O’Sullivan for Killorglin B were matched by two from Eoin Corbett and Harry O’Connor for Ballyhar in a cracking first half. There was only one goal in the second half but it was a vital one with Ballyhar’s Eugene Danielle getting the winner.
MEK Galaaxy were winners at home to Killarney Athletic B. Jamie Vousden, Ryan Brady2, Patrick O’Neill 2, Joe Horan and Ryan Casey were on the MEK score sheet.
Alex Sheehan had a big day for Inter Kenmare in their game away to Mastergeeha B as he hit 4 goals. They were added to by goals from Guisseppe Doyle and Michael Carey in the win.
Thursday night delight for Mastergeeha in 16’s Premier
Mastergeeha came to Celtic Park in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier and defeated the home side with the goals coming from Sean Doolan and Eoghan Kelly.
Killarney Celtic bounced back on Saturday as they won away in Killorglin with the goals coming from Robbie Harnett, Adrian Casey 2 and Josh Bowler. The game was tied at the break 1-1 with John Touhy scoring for Killorglin.
Good week for Athletic A in Division 1
On Tuesday night it was the all Killarney Athletic clash of the A’s and B’s in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier. Oran O’Neill and Ryan McCarthy got the goals for the A’s. And they won again on Saturday defeating Killarney Celtic B who had Alan Krajcouic and Cormac McCurtin on the score sheet.
Fenit won at Killorglin thanks to goals from Alex McGrath 3, Michael Tangney, Luke Casey and Donal Murphy. Darragh Crosby and Andrew Owens scored for Killorglin who did go 1-0 up.
Max Kennedy and James Hoare scored for Dingle Bay Rovers in their home game over the Park but 2 each from Rodrigo Pinho and Thomas Durege gave the Tralee side the points.
Team of the Week
Dara Whelton
MEK Galaxy 13’s
Thomas Healy Oran O’Sullivan Cathal O’Shea Shane Griffin
Killarney Athletic 16’s Killorglin 14’s Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s St Brendan’s Park 16’s
Alex Sheehan Mikey Moynihan Jack Joy Conor Finnegan
Inter Kenmare 14’s Camp Juniors 14’s Castleisland 15’s Mastergeeha 12’s
Aaron O’Sullivan Luca Mosca
Ballyhar Dynamos 15’s Killarney Celtic 13’s