One win away from Open Draw for Nat Cup Even Teams

One more win will see 12’s into National Cup Open Draw:
National Cup Results:
12’s Round 2:
Kingdom Boys 6-0 Ennis Town
Coole FC 1-2 Listowel Celtic
Pike Rovers 6-3 Killarney Athletic
Park 1-5 Aisling Annacotty
Shannon Town off Killarney Celtic
14’s Round 2
Park B 2-3 BT Harps.
Round 3
Listowel Celtic 5-0 Shannon Hibs.
16’s Round 2:
Killarney Athletic 2-1 Granville Rangers
Killarney Celtic 5-1 Limerick FC
Round 3:
Mastergeeha 1-6 Park
Ballyhar 0-6 Kilmallock.
League Results:
JK Sports 12 Division 1:
Fenit 2-5 Ballyhar
Mastergeeha 0-4 Camp
Listowel Celtic 5-6 Inter Kenmare
Park C 0-5 Castleisland
Killarney Celtic B 2-0 Park B
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Castleisland 1-7 Kingdom Boys
Inter Kenmare 1-5 Killarney Celtic
14 Division 1:
Killarney Celtic C 2-4 Camp
Killarney Athletic 2-1 Park B
Killorglin ABN Mastergeeha
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Killarney Celtic B 2-3 Park C
Listowel Celtic 2-5 Inter Kenmare.
Reports:
Evens National Cup:
12’s Round 2:
Kingdom Boys and Listowel Celtic are now just one win away for a place in the Last 32 the 12’s National Cup while Killarney Celtic are still in with a chance of joining them in Round 3 as there game against Shannon Town was rained off, even though Celtic were nearly in Limerick.
Kingdom Boys had goals from Leo Gaxha and Pa Keane, Adam Joy and Darragh Broderick in a 6-0 win at home to Ennis Town. Listowel Celtic came through a much tighter encounter as they won 2-1 away to Coole FC. Goals from Sean McGrath and Kevin Goulding saw the North Kerry boys into Round 3.
Sadly The Park’s and Killarney Athletics runs are over. The Tralee side were beaten 5-1 at home by Aisling Annacotty with Mervyn Shambala getting their only goal. Killarney Athletic were away to Pike Rovers, always a tough place to go, but were well in the game into the second period. Jack Cooper and Evan Cooney had Athletic level at 2 all but Pike pulled away to win 6-3 with Owen Mulvanney added the last Athletic goal.
14’s Round 2 & 3:
Sadly The Park were unable to join the other Kerry sides in Round 3 as they went down 3-2 to BT Harps. Killarney Celtic, Killarney Athletic, Inter Kenmare and Kingdom Boys are already in Round 3 but Listowel Celtic have gone one game further. Their 5-0 win sees them already into Round 4 where a win will put them into the Last 32.
Michael Kennedy and Mark Galvan hit two each and Conor Costello got the fifth as they defeated Shannon Town 5-0.
16’s Round 2 & 3:
Killarney Athletic and Celtic had good wins over tough opposition in Round 2. Two Padraig O’Brien goals gave Athletic a good 2-1 win at home in Woodlawn. Across town Celtic were knocking out Limerick in an impressive 5-1 win. Celtic opened very brightly and were 2-0 early on. They made it 3-0 before Limerick pulled one back. But that was a good as it got for the visitors. Cathal O’Shea completed his hat trick with a stunning solo effort, rounding 3 defenders while Dean Fitzgerald’s second wrapped up the 5-1 victory. It was so comfortable that Celtic keeper Mark Harnett had an almost trouble free afternoon.
In Round 3 The Park won the all Kerry clash with Mastergeeha. Goals from Ferdia O’Brien, Fergal Ryan and Jamie Clifford were enough for the Park’s victory while Patrick Warren replied for Mastergeeha. Ballyhar are also out going down 3-0 to Kilmallock.
League:
JK Sports 12’s Division 2 was where the main action outside of the National Cup. Camp and Castleisland are both now on 4 wins from 4 and leading the way on 12 points. 2 goals each from Cian O’Grady and Adam Costello gave Camp a 4-0 win over Mastergeeha while Castleisland went one better, hitting 5 against Park C.
Connie O’Connor, Ryan Dennehy, Freddie Galway and Eoin Roche got the goals with the fifth being an og.
Ballyhar and Killarney Celtic B are now on 9 points. Ballyhar beat Fenit 5-2 away thanks to goals from Gearoid Coffey 2, Conor O’Sullivan, Jason Brennan and Cian Cronin. Oisin Horgan got both goals for Fenit.
Killarney Celtic took the points for their game with the Park B on a 2-0 score-line.
Inter Kenmare will be delighted to have their first points of the season on the board. They earned them from a 6-5 away win at Listowel Celtic B in an 11 goal thriller.
Daniel Crowley was the difference hitting 4 for Inter and there were added to by Colm Crowley and Cian Hanley. Billy Stack, Tom Harte and Aodain Shanahan got the goals for the unlucky home side.
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Kingdom Boys closed the gap with The Park at the top of the 14 Premier with a 7-1 away in Castleisland. Darragh Lowth once again showed his goal scoring prowess hitting 4. Dillon Robinson, David Couchman and Barry Lyons got the other three. Ben Cooney replied for Castleisland.
Killarney Celtic brought the points home from Kenmare after defeating Inter 5-1. Lee Downing netted a hat trick with Javier Heradia and Gearoid Looney got the Hoops goals.
14 Division 1:
With leaders Killarney Celtic B not playing Camp’s win over the Celtic C side sees them join the Hoops at the top of the table. Jack Farrell’s 2 goals saw Camp take a 2-0 lead at the break of a game played in terrible conditions. Killarney Celtic pulled one back through Colm Tagney but the visitors extended their lead to 3-1 thanks to a Gearoid Lyne strike. Josh Fleming ensured a grandstand finish by narrowing the gap to 3-2 with Camp down to ten men due to injuries. However inside the last 10 minutes Davidas made it safe for the victors.
Killarney Athletic are onto 4 points following their 2-1 win at home to Park B.
Killorglin A and Mastergeeha was abandoned due to the weather and an injury to a Killorglin player, who thankfully is now ok. Mastergeeha were 1-0 up but sportingly both side have agreed with to a re-fixture.
Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:
Teams needing points were in action here with Park C and Inter picking up three valuable ones. The Kenmare side had goals from Denis Cronin 3 and Darragh Siochru 2 in their win over Listowel Celtic. Their goals came from Ashley Kelliher and Cathal Kennelly.
With leaders Park B not playing The Park C took the opportunity to get three points closer thanks to a 3-2 win over Killarney Celtic B. Philip Enright, Shane McGinley and Lucas Mahoney got the goals for the Tralee boys while Stephen McCarthy and J McAuliffe replied for Celtic.
Team of the Week:
Eoin Brosnan
Camp 14’s
Dara Moynihan Mark Regan Aodain Behan
Killarney Celtic 16’s Park 14’s Listowel Celtic 12’s
Padraig O’Brien Niall Cassidy Jason Brennan Lenny McGahey
Killarney Athletic 16’s Fenit 12’s Ballyhar 12’s Camp 12’s
Darragh Lowth Connie O’Connor Daniel Crowley
Kingdom Boys 14’s Castleisland 12’s Inter Kenmare 12’s