Uneven Ages at the Weekend – Evens in Mid -Week
13’s National League
Waterford 4–1 Kerry
JK Sports 12 Premier
Fenit 4-3 MEK Galaxy
12 Division 2 North
Tralee Dynamos B 6-2 Fenit B
World of Tiles 13 Premier:
MEK Galaxy3 –5 Killarney Athletic
Camp Juniors 4–3 Killorglin
Listowel Celtic 5–4 St Brendan’s Park
13’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare 1–2 Castleisland
Fenit 3–2 Mastergeeha
St Brendan’s Park B 7–4 Dingle Bay Rovers
13’s Division 2 South
MEK Galaxy Orange 2–8 Ballyhar Dynamos
Kllorglin B 3-2 Inter Kenmare B
13’s Division 2 North
Camp Juniors B 6–6 Tralee Dynamos B
Castleisland B 1–7 LB Rovers
St Brendan’s Park C 5–7 Killarney Athletic B
Slattery’s Carpets 14 Division 1
St Brendan’s Park 3-2 Tralee Dynamos
Moriarty’s Centra 15 Premier
Castleisland 0–4 St Brendan’s Park
Killorglin 3–0 Killarney Athletic
15’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare 3–3 Killarney Athletic B
Mastergeeha 3–2 Killorglin B
Listowel Celtic 3–4 Tralee Dynamos
15’s Division 2
Castleisland B 0–7 St Brendan’s Park B
Ballyhar Dynamos 1–7 Dingle Bay Rovers
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1
Inter Kenmare 3-0 Killarney Athletic
17’sGirls Pre-Season Friendly
Dingle Bay Rovers 2-4 Fenit
13’s National League
Waterford 4-1 Kerry
Kerry 13’s went down 4-1 away to Waterford in their last Group game with Dawid Grebowicz getting the Kerry goal to pull it back to 3-1. However with Kerry looking for a second the home side attacked and won a late penalty. Waterford had scored just before half time but Kerry were very unlucky not to be ahead when Darragh Lynch had the ball in the net but the referee ruled it out for what he saw as a foul.
The Kerry 13’s will know their Phase Two opponents in the coming week.
Mid- Week action in the 12’s
There were two games in mid-week in the JK Sports 12 Divisions. In the Premier Fenit got the better of MEK Galaxy by the odd goal in 7. MEK led 3-2 at the break thanks to goals from Cialaon O’Donoghue with 2 and James O’Meara with the other. Mikey Corridan ended with a hat trick for Fenit with the fourth coming from Dara Harty.
In the 12’s Division 2 North Tralee Dynamos were 6-2 winners at home to Fenit. Two goals each from Jude Lacey, Eoghan Daly and Kevin Horgan gave the Dynamos the win with Diarmuid Murphy getting both for Fenit B.
22 teams in action in the 13’s Divisions
In the World of Tiles 13 Premier Killarney Athletic looked in control early on away to MEK Galaxy as they led 4-0 at the break thanks to goals from Szymon Jasinski 2, Liam O’Brien and Ben Kelliher. However MEK fought back with Orla Barrett getting 2 and Killian O’Donoghue 1 but a goal from Brian McCarthy ensured it was Athletics day.
Camp Juniors won by the odd goal in seven at home to Killorglin. Robert Keane 2, Darragh Murphy and Mikey O’Leary were the Camp scorers with Giovanni McCarthy, Oran Sheehan and Brian Mangan replying for Killorglin.
Listowel Celtic were 5-4 winners at home to St Brendan’s Park who had goals from Adam O’Neill 2, Brian Heaphy and Mohab Adelzerak.
Castleisland made the trip to Inter Kenmare a winning one thanks to goals from Ben Brosnan and Jason McCarthy. Philip O’Sullivan replied for Inter Kenmare set up by player of the match Phoebe O’Shea.
Fenit and Mastergeeha were tied at 2-2 at the break but it was the home side that got the only goal in the second half to take a narrow win. Mikey Corridan got 2 and Michael O’Sullivan scored for Fenit with Rory and Ronan O’Connor on the mark for the Kilbrean side.
The Park B and Dingle Bay Rovers game at Christy Leahy Park opened in a whirlwind. The Park scored twice inside 6 minutes but the visitors equalised twice and were level by the 22nd. The Park scored two more to lead 4-2 at the break but Dingle fought back again to close the gap to one before the home side hit two late goals, one from the penalty spot.
For the Park Edison Jahiri, Jack Daly 3 (incl the penalty), Dean Courtney, Touyo King and Danny Kingdston were the Park’s scorers with Jack Diver and Cillian McNamara both scoring twice for Dingle Bay.
Division 2 South
Ballyhar Dynamos made a very bright start to their game away to MEK Galaxy Orange and took the win despite a spirited battle by the home side after the break. Harry O’Connor and Sean Brosnan both scored twice for Ballyhar with Ross Lally, Tom Costello, Anthony Cronin and Shane O’Loughlin also n the mark. For MEK Orange Michael Griffin and Leo Allen were on the mark.
2 goals from Alasdair Dewar gave Inter Kenmare B the lead 2-1 at the break in their game away to Killoglin. But the home side hit two in the second half to take the win.
Division 2 North
Camp Juniors B and Tralee Dynamos B shared 6 goals in each half in their game with the sides ended level at 6-6. For the home side Tadgh O’Donoghue and Allyn O’Shea both hit two with Ethan Chambers also on the mark and the 6th being an og. Sean Cantwell 2, Jamie Bowler, Daniel McCarthy 2 and Fionn O’Dalaigh were the Dynamos scorers.
LB Rovers has 3 from Alex O’Carroll and two each from JJ O’Rourke and Oran O’Sullivan with Roisin Fogarty and Odhran Buckley also on the mark in their win over Castleisland B in Georgie O’Callaghan Park. Eric Jensen got the goal for the home side.
Liam Harmon had a big day for Killarney Athletics u13 B side in their win away to the Park as he hit 4 goals. His goals were added to be two from Finn O’Donnell and one from Alex Doolan in their 7-5 win after they led 5-1 at the break.
Park win 14’s derby:
Also in mid-week St Brendan’s Park were 3-2 winners at home to Tralee Dynamos at Christy Leahy Park. Jack O’Mahony, Tadgh Healy and Lee Wharton were on the mark for the Park with Francis O’Brien and Fionn O’Dalaigh scoring for Dynamos.
Home and Away wins in the 15 Premier
In the Moriaty’s Centra 15’s Premier St Brendan’s Park made the trip to Georgie O’Callaghan Park a winning one defeating Castleisland 4-0. Sean Corkery, Edison Jahiri, Andy Kerins and Mohammed Abdalla got the Park’s goals.
Goals from Jack McGrath, Liam Hayes and Stephen Gannon gave Killorglin a 3-1 win at home to Killarney Athletic.
Two wins and a draw in 15 Division 1
Tralee Dynamos made the trip to Paddy Kennedy Park a winning one defeating Listowel Celtic 4-3 thanks to 2 goals from Nick Lacey and one each from Padraig McMahon and Brendan Meehan.
Mastergeeha were home winners in Kilbrean Parkl just defeating Killorglin B 3-2. Aaron Buckley, Emmet Spillane and Adam Whitty were on the mark for the winning home side. Darragh Clifford and Jack Evans scored for Killorglin.
Inter Kenmare and Killarney Athletic were involved in a roller coaster clash. Athletic went 2-0 up before Inter levelled matters. And then the home side went ahead but Athletic B’s had the last say to ensure a share of the points.
Versus Klyath scored all three goals for Athletic B with Ben O’Callaghan getting 2 and Donnacha O’Sullivan 1 for Inter.
7 up for two sides in 15 Division 2:
Park B led 2-0 at the break in their away game with Castleisland B but pulled away in the second half. Their goals came from Sam Fitzgerald, Arek Jurkiewicz, Jakob Mikolajczuk, Oisin O’Shea, Marcus Connolly and Alex Riordan.
Dingle Bay Rovers also hit 7 in their trip to Murt Scott Park as the defeated Ballyhar Dynamos. Aodhan O’Beaglaoich 2, Sean Roache, Paidi Fitzgerald, Joe Linnane, Conor Corduff and Diarmuid O’Seaghdha scored for Dingle Bay with Eric Jensen replying for Castleisland.
Inter take points in 16 Division 1
In the 16’s Division 1 Inter Kenmare got the points from their game against Killarney Athletic.
With the Girls season about to start there was one preseason game played with Fenit beating Dingle Bay Rovers 4-2 in Dingle in the 17’s. Ella Sheehy got both for the home side with Lily Nowak 2, Jade Harkin and Laura Reilly scoring for Fenit.
In the Girls League 45 teams have signed up to play in the Leagues at 11’s, 13’s 15’s and 17’s which is wonderful to see.
With the Gaynor 13’s into the Plate final in Athlone later in the month and the 13’s welcoming MGL (Dublin) to Georgie O’Callaghan Park on Sunday October 11th at 3pm.
The standard of girls playing in our League now at a very high level with players also involved in the FAI Regional ETP in Limerick and with the Cork City Academy.
Also this week three girls were outstanding on their boys teams – Phoebe O’Shea (Inter Kenmare 13’s), Orla Barrett (MEK 13’s) and Roisin O’Rahilly (LB Rovers 13’s). The League encourages clubs to do this and hopefully we will see many more girls staring on the boys teams
Team of the Week:
Fenit Samphires 12’s
Kalen Browne Allyn O’Shea Marcus Clifford
Killarney Athletic 12’s Camp Juniors 13’s Ballyhar Dynamos 13’s
David McCarthy Jack O’Mahony Fionn O’Dalaigh Ben O’Callaghan
Castleisland 15’s St Brendan’s Park 14’s Tralee Dynamos 14’s Inter Kenmare 15’s
Jack Diver James O’Meara Stephen Gannon
Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s MEK Galaxy 12’s Killorglin 15’s
Uneven Ages at the Weekend – Evens in Mid -Week