Saturday 13th November – Results and Reports:
Under 12 JK Sports Premier:
Killarney Celtic 5-2 Kingdom Boys
Listowel Celtic 0-3 Mastergeeha
Killarney Athletic 2-1 Fenit.
Camp 0-4 Killorglin
Clanmaurice 0-9 Park
Asdee 3-6 Inter Kenmare
Mastergeeha 2-1 Killorglin B
Park B 1-3 Iveragh United.
Killarney Celtic still top the table after their 5-2 win over Kingdom Boys. Peter McCarthy hit two goals which were added to by Cathal O’Shea, Dion Marcos and Mikey Moynihan. Celtic move onto ten points from the four League games they have played.
Killarney Athletic were in joint second starting the day and are now in that position on their own and are only a point behind their neighbours Celtic. David Shaw got Athletics first and after Fenit equalised Billy Courtney hit the winner.
Mastergeeha jumped ahead of Kingdom Boys by a point and are three behinds the leaders. They picked up a good three points away in Listowel. JJ Herlihy scored twice with Dean Fitzgerald getting the other.
The Park are unbeaten after four League games and were too good for Clanmaurice, who in fairness had made a good start to the competition. Josh Laucher and Jesse Stafford Lacey both got two with Aaron Philips, Kieran Dwyer, Kieran Carmody, Liam Moynihan and David Chester all getting one each.
Killorglin kept pace with the leaders, and only trail them on games played. They defeated Camp 4-0 with goals from Paul Murphy 2, Cormac O’Connor and Jamie Clifford.
There were goals aplenty with third placed Inter Kenmare travelled to Asdee and it was the away side who took the points on a 6-3 score-line. Darragh Sweeney, Fintan Davies, Ciaran Crowley, Denis Cronin, Paddy Murphy and Tom O’Sullivan all got themselves on the score-sheet for the winners. For the home side Cillian Courtney scored twice with Seamus O’Sullivan getting the third.
It’s now six wins from six for run-away leaders Iveragh United after they were 3-1 winners over Park in Tralee. Niall O’Shea 2 and Darren Casey were the South Kerry scorers. Iveragh have opened a wider gap on second placed Killarney Celtic B whose game with their club mates Celtic C was called off.
Mastergeeha picked up a needed three points following their 2-1 win over Killoglin B. Peter O’Brien and James Nagle scored for Mastergeeha with Sean Ostrich getting the Killorglin consolation.
O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier:
Fenit 2-0 Killarney Athletic
Ballyhar 0-5 Killarney Celtic
Park DNF Dingle Bay
Div 1 North;
Clanmaurice 2-5 Castlemaine
Asdee 2-1 Kingdom Boys
Listowel Celtic 1-3 Camp.
Div 1 South:
Inter Kenmare 3-0 Park B.
With the first versus third game between Park and Dingle Bay not finishing Killarney Celtic took full advantage to move to the top of the table. They defeated Ballyhar 5-0 at Must Scott Park. Jordan Kiely and Liam Carey both scored two each with John Fintan Daly hitting the fifth. The Hoops now lead the Division by a point from the Park and Fenit who join them on nine points following a 2-0 win over Killarney Athletic. Ivan Parker and Fionn Griffin were on the mark for Fenit while Dingle slipped to fourth, remaining on seven points.
Div 1 North:
Division leaders Castlemaine were on the road but it didn’t stop them adding another three points to their total. They are now on 15 points from six games following this 5-2 win over Clanmaurice. Cathal O’Connor and Eoin O’Brien both scored twice with Kieran Griffin getting the other.
Asdee and Kingdom Boys stared the day level on points and the sides met in Asdee. It was the home side that are now in second place on their own following their 2-1 victory. Joe Joe Grimes and Sean Keane were Asdee’s scorers, with Keane’s winning goal coming with two minutes to go.
Camp took the three points in following their 3-1 win away to Listowel Celtic. Brandon Hoare and Huey O’Brien were on the mark.
Div 1 South:
Inter Kenmare versus Park B was the only game played in this Division and it was the home side who took the points to move level with Mastergeeha in second place, only one behind leaders Iveragh.
Diarmuid Quill scored direct from a kick-out for Inter with Pat Spillane and John Murphy from the penalty spot also on the mark.
Dante’s Under 16 Premier:
Park 1-5 Killarney Celtic
Inter 1-2 Kingdom Boys
Ballyhar 1-8 Camp
Castlemaine 3-4 Iveragh United
Killarney Celtic continue to lead the way and are unbeaten in their four League games. A Liam O’Sullivan hat trick and one each from Kieran Murphy and Wayne Sparkling gave them a 5-1 win away to the Park.
Kingdom Boys are also unbeaten but have only played three games. They were made work hard for their win in Kenmare against Inter. Adam Kelly got both goals for the Tralee boys in their 2-0 win.
League leaders Iveragh United travelled to Castlemaine and came away with all three points, but by the narrowest margin of the odd goal in seven.
David O’Sullivan hit a hat trick and Pa Cournane the other for the South Kerry boys while David Connell will be a little disappointed that his hat trick didn’t at least earn his side a point.
Girls League – Under 12:
Killarney Celtic 3-1 Kingdom Girls: Goals from Molly Kelly, Ellen Clifford and Isabel Murphy from the penalty spot gave Celtic the points against a Kingdom Girls side that were making a very credible seasonal debut.
Listowel Celtic were also having their first outing of the season and they came through 5-1 win over Killarney Athletic. Aoife Behan scored a hat trick with Leah Henry and Aideen Spillane the others for Listowel.
Girls Under 16;
Camp 2-6 Inter: Two gaols from Ashely Maunsell were not enough to give her side anything from this game.
Park 2-6 Killarney Celtic: Carmel Kate Kelliher will always get goals and in this game she hit 3. Grainne Devane got two and Niamh Kearney the other for the Killarney girls.
Team of the Week:
Killarney Athletic U14
Ruairi O’Connell Brian Coffey JJ Herlihy David Rocher
Iveragh United u12 Killorglin U11 Mastergeeha U12 Castlemaine u14
Sean Keane Jesse Stafford Lacey Killian Spillane Stephen O’Sullivan
Asdee U14 Park U12 Inter U14 Camp U14
Peter McCarthy Ashely Mansell
Killarney Celtic U12 Camp U14 Girls
Match Tickets – Ireland v Norway, Wednesday night, Aviva Stadium
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