Opening Weekend of Uneven Age Action plus a busy mid-week:
12’s Summer Cup Final
St Brendan’s Park 3-1 Mastergeeha
15’s Summer Cup Final
Killarney Celtic 2-1 St Brendan’s Park
15 Summer Shield Final
St Brendan’s 5–0 Ballyhar Dynamos
Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12’s
Killarney Athletic A 5-0 St Brendan’s Park A
12 Division 1 North
LB Rovers B 2-5 Tralee Dynamos B
Killirglin A 0-3 Killarney Celtic A
Tralee Dynamos A 1-3 MEK Galaxy A
St Brendan’s Park 6–0 Mastergeeha A
13 Division 1
Castleisland 4-1 Killarney Celtic B
St Brendan’s Park B 1-3 Killarney Athletic B
13 Division 2 South
Mastergeeha B 2-4 Inter Kenmare B
Killiorglin B 3-3 Killarney Athletic C
13 Division 2 North
Dingle Bay Rovers 6–0 St Brendan’s Park D
LB Rovers B 5–4 Castleisland B
World of Tiles 14’s
14 Division 1
St Brendan’s Park B 8-2 Killorglin B
Camp Juniors 7-1 Ballyhar Dynamos
14 Division 2
Ballyheigue 3-3 Castleisland B
Tralee Dynamos 2-3 Killarney Athletic
Killorglin A 2–0 Killarney Celtic A
Mastergeeha A 5–0 St Brendan’s Park A
15 Division 1
MEK Galaxy 1-0 Fenit Samphires
Dingle Bay Rovers0 –1 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin 4–0 Ballyhar Dynamos
15 Division 2
Killarney Athletic B 1-7 Inter Kenmare B
Mastergeha B 1–6 St Brendan’s Park B
St Brendan’s Park and Killarney Celtic successful in Summer Cup finals:
Two of the remaining KSBGL Boy’s Summer Cup finals were decided this week. In the 12’s Final St Brendan’s Park made the better start at Georgie O’Callaghan Park as they scored twice against Mastergeeha. The goals in the first half came from Johnny Neilings and Jack Daly with a cracking header.
Into the second half and player of the match Edison Jahiri made it 3-0 but credit to Mastergeeha they pulled one back through Roan Guerin. They had a great chance of making it 3-2 but Park keeper Samson Abubaker made a great diving save. The Park also had a number of chances to increase their lead but Mastergeeha keeper Hugh McGuire was in inspired form making a string of saves. But in the end the Tralee side held on for the win with St Brendan’s Park being crowned 12 Summer Cup champions.
The 15’s Boys Summer Cup final saw Killarney Celtic welcome St Brendan’s Park to Celtic Park and it was the visitors who took the lead through Andrew Kerins.
And it stayed that way until the second half when Josh Bowler equalised for Killarney Celtic and then Callum Cronin got the goal that proved to be the winner.
But the Shield proved to be a happier hunting ground as they defeated Ballhar Dynamos at Christy Leahy Park. Their goals came from Arik Jaszczynski who got 2 and one each from Callum O’Brien, Kuba Mikolajczuki and Fionn Dyro. For Ballyhar, who battled till the end, Colm Riordan and Gavin O’Sulllivan did well.
Athletic and Dynamos win in the 12’s:
There were two games played in the Slattery’s Carpets and Blinds 12’s with Killarney Atheltic defeating St Brendan’s Park in the Premier division. The Athletic goals came from Enna Hennigan 2, Callum Cox, Cian Hegarty and Conor Moynihan.
In 12’s Division 1 North Tralee Dynamos B won 5-2 at LB Rovers who goals came from Rodrigo Guzman and Finn O’Sullivan. Eddie Carmody hit three for Dynamos with Cian Fitzgerald and Rian Duffy getting the other two.
Mid-week action in the 14’s
Wins for Castleisland and Park B and Camp in 14’s Division 1:
There were three games played in the World of Tiles 14’s Division 1. Castleisland were 2-1 winners at home to Fenit Samphires with Josh Ryan and Michael O’Sullivan exchanging goals in the first half. Darragh Carroll got the winner for Castleisland in the second half.
St Brendan’s Park led 2-0 at half time in their home game at Christy Leahy Park against Killorglin B. While the visitors scored twice in the second half through Declan Field and Eoin Henken the Park pushed on for the win. Their goals came from Johnny Neilings, Danny Kingston, Shane O’Donovan, Tuoyo King and the prolific Edison Jahiri who hit three including one from the penalty spot.
Two goals each from Robert Keane and Allyn O’Shea and one from Jago Brodie, Mikey O’Leary and Jack Hegarty saw Camp Juniors defeat Ballyhar Dynamos.
Two away wins in 13 Premier:
In the 13’s Premier Killarney Celtic were 3-0 winners away at Killorglin thanks to goals from Luca Mosca, Mark Looney and Maurice Joy. There was also an away win for MEK Galaxy A as they won at Tralee Dynamos. Leo Allen with 2 and Cillian O’Donoghue gave MEK all three points with Calvin O’Sullivan replying for Dynamos.
The sole home winner was St Brendan’s Park who defeated Mastergeeha at Christy Leahy Park. Their goals game from Danny Kingston, Daniel Farmer, Dylan Galloway, Edison Jahiri and Johnny Neilings.
Home and Away win in 13 Division 1:
Two goals from Glenn O’Sullivan were added to by strikes from Graham West and Cian Cahill saw Castleisland take the win 4-1. For Celtic Jamie Fleming scored from the spot and being fouled for the penalty.
Philip McEneany got the Park 15’s B only goal but it wasn’t enough to get anything from the game as Killarney Athletic scored three. Eoin Bennett scored in the first half with Sean Lyne and Adam Moynihan scoring in the second half.
13 Division 1 South:
Goals from Tony Desmond 2 and one each from James Leonard and Dillon Tagney gave Inter Kenmare a 4-2 win away at Kilbrean Park for whom Alan Scannell and Cathal O’Keeffe, scoring a penalty after he was fouled, got the goals.
Two from Mikey Hayes and one from Tommy Foley saw Killorgin B take a share of the points in their home game with Killarney Celtic C.
DBR win at home in 13 Division 2 North
A hat trick from Marco Szazpaniak and one each from Cillian Daly, Fionn Dowd and Mattie O’Halloran saw Dingle Bay Rovers win at home to St Brendan’s Park D.
LB Rovers just got the better of Castleisland B 5-4 in a 9 goal thriller. Conor O’Reilly 3, Leona Meaney and Fionain Mason were the scorers for the home side in their narrow win. Daniel Sullivan 2 and Adrian Walsh got the Castleisland goal with their other being an og.
Points shared in 14’s Division 2:
After a six goal thriller the points between Ballyheigue and Castleisland the points were shared following a 3-3 draw. Mathew O’Sullivan. Shane O’Sullivan and Adam Lee scored for Ballyheigue with Cody McMahon 2 and Sean Horan scoring for Castleisland B.
Two goals from Luke Doolan and one from Liam O’Brien saw Killarney Athletic win on Day 1 of the 15 Premier. They won 3-2 away at Tralee Dynamos who had Ronan Carroll and Ben Murphy on the mark in a game that was tied 1-1 at the break.
Killorglin had goals from James Jones and Sean Griffin saw Killorglin win at home to Killarney Celtic.
Mastergeeha were winners at home to St Brendan’s Park thanks to goals from Darragh O’Keeffe, Sean Maher 2, Sean McAuliffe and Mathew Kennedy.
Close encounters in 15 Division 1:
The game between MEK Galaxy and Fenit looked like ending with a share of the points until the home side snatched the win with a late goal. Jamie Vouden got in behind the Fenit defence and was fouled outside the box. Noah O’Shea put the free kick into the top corner to see his side take all three points.
Inter Kenmare were also 1-0 winners in their game away to Dingle Bay Rovers with Liam O’Sullivan on the mark for Inter while Killorglin won 4-0 at home to Ballyhar Dynamos. Xavier Cayoni hit a hat-trick with Daniel O’Keeffe scoring once.
Away wins in 15 Division 2:
Calub Looney scored for Killarney Athletic B but they went down in their home game with Inter Kenmare B. Alex Sheehan led the home side hitting 2 with Sean Casey, Colm Cronin, Jack Wiggins and Cathal Sweeney all on the score sheet.
St Brendan’s Park B won on their trip to Kilbrean Park defeating Mastergeeha B with Brian O’Sullivan on the mark for the home side. For the Park Fabian Petryszyn hit a hat trick while Luan Xhemaili, Igor Mikolajczyk and Jerry Lynch were also on the mark.
Kerry 13’s in Charleville:
Kerry 13’s had two squads on duty against Limerick County with the games played in Charleville. In the first game the sides drew 1-1 with Danny Kingston putting the visitors 1-0 up on the 28th minute. Limerick County equalised in the second half.
In the second game two goals from Cillian O’Donoghue on the 8th and 23rd minutes saw Kerry lead 2-1 at the break.
Team of the Week
Tralee Dynamos 13’s
Donnchadh Foley Conor Finnegan Paddy Hannafin Nickie Corridan
Killorglin 13’s Mastergeeha 12’s Fenit Samphires 14’s Ballyheigue 12’s
Mikey O’Leary Edison Jahiri Sean Lyne Cody McMahon
Camp Juniors 14’s St Brendan’s Park 12’s Killarney Athletic 12’s Castleisland 12’s
Richie Kissane David Butler
LB Rovers 12’s MEK Galaxy 14’s
Opening Weekend of Uneven Age Action plus a busy mid-week: