Saturday November 20th Uneven Results:

Moriarty’s Centra Farranfore Under 11’s:

Premier Division:

Killarney Celtic 4-0 Killarney Athletic

Listowel Celtic 6-3 Park

Mastergeeha OFF Kingdom Boys

Division 1:

Ballyhar 5-1 Killorglin

Inter Kenmare 2-0 Killarney Celtic B

Division 2:

Asdee 1-5 Fenit

Castleisland 8-3 Behy Rovers.

Division 3:

Killarney Celtic C 0-3 Camp B

Killorglin B 0-0 Inter Kenmare B

Dalys Supervalu, Killarney Under 13’s:


Killarney Athletic 4-2 Listowel Celtic

Park 1-2 Killarney Celtic

Dingle Bay Rovers 4-2 Kingdom Boys

Div 1:

Fenit 5-0 Inter Kenmare

Killorglin 6  -1  Mastergeeha

Ballyhar 3-2 Camp

Div 2:

Killarney Celtic B  2 – 0  Listowel Celtic B

Killarney Athletic B 2 – 1  Park B

Killorglin B 2-7 Kingdom Boys B

Killarney Plaza Under 15’s


Dingle Bay Rvs  0  – 9   Killarney Celtic

Listowel Celtic 5 – 0 Kingdom Boys

Div 1:

Kingdom Boys B  0 – 5  Killorglin

Park B  4 –  11 Clanmaurice

Killarney Athletic  3 – 4   Camp


Moriartys  Centra  Under 11 Premier:

Killarney Celtic continued their very good start to the season with a 4-0 win over neighbours Athletic.

Kasper Malinosky 2, David Clifford and Patrick Warren were on the mark for Celtic who move to 13 points.

Second placed Kingdom Boys game against Mastergeeha was called off due to the sad death of the brother of one of the Mastergeeha squad, and we all extend our sympathies to his family and friends.

The Park were in third but went down 6-3 away to Listowel Celtic who now overtake them, moving onto 5 points. Celtic opened in a blaze and were 3-0 up within 15 minutes. Josh O’Rourke from the penalty spot, Neilus Mackessey and Adam Cronin put them in control. Park pulled one back before half time through Owen Greaney.  However Listowel added goals from Owen O’Connor, who scored from 25 yards and Kieran Pierce, who came up from left back and smashed home and effort from the left wing plus a second for Adam Cronin wrapped up the points for Listowel. The Park did make a fight if it getting the score back to 5-3 with a second for Geaney and one from Damien Fitzmaurice but it wasn’t to be.

Division 1:

Leaders Inter Kenmare were made fight all the way by an improving Killarney Celtic B side, winning 2-0 in the end through Tom Looney and Donal O’Sullivan. Inter move onto 12 points.

The two sides tied for second placed at the start of the day met at Murt Scott Park and it was the home side who came out on top defeating Killorglin 5-1. To be fair to Killorglin they were weakened on the day and their only goal came from Aaron McCarthy. Goals from Kieran Flynn, Kian O’Callaghan, Dave Kenny, Donnacha O’Sullivan (pen) and Niall O’Donoghue gave Ballyhar all three points and put them into second on their own on ten points.

 Division 2:

With leaders Listowel Celtic not in action the two sides in joint second place took the opportunity to close the gap at the top to three points.

Fenit were away to Asdee and came away with a 5-1 win. Two from Chris Murphy and Sean Donnellan and one from Eoin McElligott gave them the points with Josh Regan replying for Fenit from the penalty spot.

Castleisland got the better of Behy Rovers 8-3. Behy’s scorers were Adrian O’Connor with two great free kicks and one from Nathan McGillicuddy.

Under 11 Div 3:

One of the shocks of the day saw the unbeaten Killarney Celtic C go down 3-0 at home to Camp. In fairness to Camp they have been playing well have closed the gap on the two sides above them.

Brian Kennedy, Patrick O’Donoghue and Jimmy O’Grady each scored one to give Camp all three points.

The other game between Killorglin and Inter B finished 0-0.

Daly’s Supervalu Killarney U13 Premier:

There is a new leader in this Division with Killarney Celtic’s 2-1 win over the Park seeing them move a point ahead of the Tralee side, who were suffering their first loss in four games.

This game was played before a very impressed Irish Under 15 manager who was in Kerry over the weekend. Evan Cronin and Conor Randall put Celtic 2-0 up late in the game but the Park didn’t lie down and pulled one back through Padraig Griffin.

Celtic now have 10 points from five games with Park on 9 points from 4 played.

Fourth place at the start of the day but now third was the story for Killarney Athletic as they defeated Listowel Celtic 4-2 to move onto eight points.

Ronan Buckley hit two with Adam O’Shea and Michael Casey getting the other two.

Dingle Bay Rovers got their reward for some hard work and picked up three points in a 4-2 win over Kingdom Boys. Mark O’Connor top scored with a hat trick which was added to be a goal from Garret Brosnan.

Division 1:

Three sides were tied on seven points at the start of play but only two were in action. Castleisland had a day off but Ballyhar and Camp met each other and it was the home side who took the points to go into the lead on their own. John McMahon, Kieran Griffin and William Courtney were all on the mark for Ballyhar with Sean O’Hara and Brandon Boyle replying for Camp.

Fenit kept up their chase of those above them winning 5-0 at home to Inter Kenmare. Kian McGarry got 2, with Ryan Dolan, Thomas Lenihan and David Murphy also all getting on the mark.

Killorglin were 6-1 winners over Mastergeeha thanks to goals from Jamie Clifford, Dean George, Charlie Purcell, Daniel Whittleton, Sean Kelliher and Mike Breen.

Div 2:

Killarney Celtic B remain unbeaten after six League games taking the points on a 2-0 score line over Listowel Celtic B.

Second placed Park B went down 2-1 to Killarney Athletic B, who now join them on nine points. James Munday hit both goals for Athletic.

However both of these sides are now behind Kingdom Boys B whose 7-2 win over Killorglin B saw them move onto ten points. Aidan O’Sullivan and George Evans were Killorglin’s scorers.

Killarney Plaza Under 15 Premier:

Killarney Celtic, table toppers on three wins from three travelled to their nearest challengers Dingle Bay in what looked like being a close encounter but turned out differently. Celtic were on top form on the day and came away with a 9-0 victory.

James McCarrick top scored with 4, Tony Brosnan 3 with Dara Roche and Jason Lyne getting the other two.

Listowel Celtic keep the pressure on their Killarney namesakes following their 5-0 win over Kingdom Boys. Daniel Bardon hit 3 with Kevin Bowler and Michael Woods getting one each.

Div 1:

Joint top side Clanmaurice went on a scoring spree winning easily over Park B. Keith Carmody 5, Jason Wallace 4 and one each from Padraig O’Connor, Michael Stackpoole, James Dylan and Ian McAuliffe.

Ten man Camp gave their manager Lol O’Leary, who is missed the game, a boost with a 4-3 win over Killarney Athletic to match Clanmaurice at the top of the table.

Athletic went 2-0 up early in the game but Camp pulled them back and went two ahead themselves.

The Killarney side did get a third but it wasn’t enough to take a point.

Jonathan Deane 2, Brandon Hoare and Fionn Coakley were the Camp scorers while for Athletic it was Sean Kelliher, Dylan Sheahan and Denis O’Sullivan who got on the score sheet.

Killorglin kept pace with the two sides above them taking the three points in a 5-0 win over Kingdom Boys B.  

Team of the Week:

                                                                   Kevin Coffey   

                                                               Killarney Athletic U13

David Murphy                    Aaron McCarthy                      Micheal O’Morain                 Robert Barrett

   Fenit U13                              Killorglin U11                              Camp U13                        Dingle Bay U15

Jessie Stafford Lacey         Daniel Bardon                          Niall O’Donoghue                  David O’Sullivan    

            Park U13               Listowel Celtic U15                          Ballyhar U11                    Inter Kenmare U11

                                                 Josh Regan                                   James McCarrick

                                                   Asdee U11                                  Killarney Celtic U15

Best Wishes to well known soccer man and Kerry Schoolboys and Girls League treasurer and MC member Lol O’Leary who is in hospital at the moment. Everyone involved in soccer in Kerry wishes him a speedy recovery and hopefully we will see him back on the sidelines in the not too distant future.