Packed Week and Weekend of Action

Action from Monday to Saturday in 11’s to 16’s:

Results:

11’s Cup Semi Finals:

Mastergeeha 2-1 Iveragh United AET

Listowel Celtic 2-2 Park A AET

Park win 5-4 on penalties.

11’s Shield Semi Finals:

Listowel Celtic B 4-1 Killarney Celtic C

Park B 1-1 Killarney Athletic AET

Park B win 9-8 on penalties.

John Murphy 12’s Cup Semi-Final:

Killarney Celtic 3-0 Camp Juniors

John Murphy 12’s Shield Semi-Final:

Killorglin C 0-2 Killarney Celtic C

John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup Semi-Final:

Park A 2-1 Ballyhar

John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield Semi-Final:

Killarney Athletic 4-1 Mastergeeha

Tom Hayes 14’s Cup Semi-Final:

Park 7-1 Killorglin.

14 Girls Shield Final:

Mastergeeha 0-4 Killarney Celtic

15’s Cup Semi-Final:

Park 3-0 Castleisland

15’s Shield Semi-Finals:

Killarney Athletic 2-3 Park B

Inter Kenmare 3-0 Killorglin.

Tucker Kelly 16’s Shield Semi-Final:

Ballyhar 0-4 Fenit

League Results:

Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:

Park 6-1 Ballyhar

Camp Juniors 1-7 Killarney Celtic A

Listowel Celtic 3-2 Tralee Dynamos

Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1:

Killarney Celtic C 1-3 Park B

Killarney Celtic B 3-2 Inter Kenmare

Killorglin 3-0 Mastergeeha

Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 Plate:

Park C 0-6 Fenit

Foundation Sports 14 Premier:

Killarney Athletic 1-3 Killorglin A

Foundation Sports 14 Division 1 Plate:

Killorglin B 3-5 Killarney Celtic B

Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:

Listowel Celtic 3-2 Tralee Dynamos: (mid-week).

Listowel Celtic 3-2 Mastergeeha

Park A 2 -2 Tralee Dynamos

Camp Juniors 2-0 Killarney Celtic A

Reports:

Tough semi-final battles in 11’s Cup:

Mastergeeha and Listowel Celtic will contest the 11’s Cup final (which could be the last one at this age for a while if the new Development Plan comes in which only allows non-competitive games up to 12’s). Both sides had great battles against very tough semi-final opponents.

Mastergeeha were the first team into the final when they defeated Iveragh United at Kilbrean Park after extra time. It finished 1 all after full time with Colin O’Leary scoring for the home side. The same player got the only goal of extra time to see Mastergeeha through.

The second semi-final was even closer as Listowel Celtic and The Park finished 2 all after extra time. And from the spot kicks it was the Tralee side that just got through on a 5-4 score-line. Anthony Kavanagh and Rob Stack scored for Listowel Celtic with Colin Doody and Conor Kerins getting the Park goals. The Park were spot on from the spot with Colin Doody, Dara O’Connor, Josh Connolly, Colin Kerins and Edward Sheehy all scoring to send the Park into the final.

Shield Finalists decided:

Listowel Celtic B booked their place in the 11’s Shield Final after a 4-1 win over a young Killarney Celtic C side. Timmy Moynihan scored for Killarney Celtic but their north Kerry namesakes are a very good side and goals from Nickolai Callaghan, Giroud Mulvihill 2 and Liam Connolly saw them book their place in the final.

The second semi-final was a nail-biter with Park B and Killarney Athletic going all the way to penalties. It finished 1 all after extra time. There were 17 penalties scored before the winner was known with the Park B going through 9-8 from the spot.

John Murphy 12’s Cup and Shield Double Header:

Killarney Celtic are into the John Murphy 12’s Cup final thanks to a Daniel Acutu hat trick which saw off Camp Juniors. It sets up a decider against Park A.

In the Shield the same clubs will contest the final as goals from Erin Moloney and Joshua Livingstone were enough to see Celtic C to get past Killorglin C and they will now take on Park B in the Shield Final.

Park and Athletic book first places in 13’s Cup and Shield:

In the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup The Park are the first team into the final. They were pushed all the way by Ballyhar with the Tralee side progressing 2-1. Sean McGrath and Mervin Shambala scored for the Park with Adam Jenson replying for Ballyhar. Killorglin and Tralee Dynamos will battle it out for the other final spot.

Killarney Athletic have taken the first place in the John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield Final following a 4-1 win at home to Mastergeeha. Robert O’Shea hit a hat trick and Emmet Finnan got the 4th Athletic goal. Philip O’Leary got the Mastergeeha consolation.

All Tralee decider in Tom Hayes Cup final:

St Brendan’s Park’s win over Killorglin A ensured an all Tralee decider as Dynamos were already through and awaiting the winners of this clash. Seam McGrath hit 3 and his hat trick was added to by goals from Mervin Shalemba, Alfie Christie, Kevin Goudling and Junior Bio while Eoin Clifford replied for Killorglin.

First Shield of the season for Killarney Celtic’s Girls:

Killarney Celtic’s Alana O’Sullivan was the first captain this season to lift a trophy as her side defeated Mastergeeha 4-0 to win the Shield. Celtic were favourites but the Kilbrean girls pushed them all the way. It was only 2-0 at half time thanks to goal from Shuana O’Donoghue and Anna Clifford. Into the second half and Player of the Match Ciara Randles made the difference adding the other two insurance goals.

Park await opponents in 15’s Cup final:

The Park are into the 15’s Cup final as the League Champions continue to chase a double winning season. In this semi-final they saw off Castleisland 3-0 thanks to goals from Dan Goggin 2 and Michael Slattery.

Either Killarney Celtic or Camp Juniors will be their opponents on the big day.

Park B and Inter face off for Shield:

Inter Kenmare were the first team into the Shield decider as they went through on a 3-0 score-line against Killorglin.

The Park B had to come back from 2-0 down away to Killarney Athletic to book their place in the final. James O’Connor and John Ward got the goals to bring Park B level and then in the last minute Shane Jordan got the winner.

Fenit to face Park for Shield:

With the Park already through Fenit have joined them thanks to a 4-0 away win over Ballyhar in Murt Scott Park. Christopher Murphy 2, Sean Donnellan and Ciaran Murray were the scorers for Fenit.

League Round Up:

Things still very tight in 13 Premier:

The destination of the 13 Premier is still up for grabs as we come down to the deciding games of the season. The Park are one of the leaders and added another 3 points thanks to a 6-1 win over Ballyhar. Sean McGrath was unstoppable netting 5 of the 6 goals with Kevin Goulding getting the other goal.

Killarney Celtic are level with Park after a 7-1 away win at Camp Juniors. Ian O’Connor and Cian Dineen both hit a brace of goals with James Doran, Padraig Looney and Niall McGillicuddy all getting one each.

Listowel Celtic remain only a point behind the leaders thanks to a hard fought 3-2 win over Tralee Dynamos. Ben O’Connor 2 and Mike Nolan scored for the home side while Darragh Broderick and Leo Gaxha.

Killorglin remain unbeaten as they chase Athletic:

Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1 leaders Killarney Athletic on 24 points were not in action and Killorglin continue to close the gap on them as they are now unbeaten in 7 games and have moved onto 21 points. They picked up their latest win with a 3-0 win at home to Mastergeeha. Gearoid Hassett and Roan Moriarty were the scorers for the winners.

Killarney Celtic B gave themselves a chance of a top two finish as the 3rd placed side beat 4th place Inter Kenmare 3-2. Godwin Osieva and Jackson O’Mahony 2 were the Celtic scorers while Oisin Qiuill and Daniel Crowely got the Inter goals.

Park B defeated Killarney Celtic C 3-1 in the other game in the Division. Liam Magee, Nick Izahi and Gavin Burrows got the Park goals with Chrisitian Wielgus replying for Celtic.

Fenit set to take the Plate:

With the Division 2 side split Fenit lead the Plate section and added another 3 points thanks to goals from Oisin Horgan 3, Niall Cassidy, Jonathan Trant and Dara Heim.

Killorglin into 14 Premier second place:

Killorglin’s 3-1 away win at Killarney Athletic sees them move into 2nd place in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier. Roan Moriarty, Gar Hassett and Eoin Clifford got the Killorglin goal with Harry Potts replying for Athletic.

Celtic win in high scoring thriller:

In the Foundation Sports 14’s Plate Killarney Celtic B and Killorglin B were involved in a high scoring thriller with Celtic B winning 5-3 away from home. Evan Lyne got three of the goals with Adam McMahon and Enna Coleman both scoring 1 each.

Lots of action in 15 Premier:

There was lots of action in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier both in mid-week and at the weekend. Listowel Celtic got the action underway with a 3-2 win at home to Tralee Dynamos. Jack Sheehan, Sean Keane and Jake Kelly got the Celtic goals with Dillon Robinson and Leo Gaxha replying for Dynamos. Camp Juniors were 2-0 home winners over Killarney Celtic thanks to goals from Dean Hilliard and Patrick O’Donoghue.

At the weekend The Park, who were already crowned champions, dropped their first points of the season in a 2 all draw with neighbours Tralee Dynamos. Kevin Williams and Fiachra Dunne put Dynamos but goals from Michael O’Gara and Matt Lucko saw the sides share the points.

Listowel Celtic made it two wins from two with a 3-2 win over Mastergeeha. Fegal Wall, Michael Kennedy and Jack Sheehan got the goals for Listowel Celtic. Paul O’Shea replied for Mastergeeha.

12’s Girls score 14!!

The League’s youngest girls ETP is the 12’s and this squad headed to Cork for their annual tournament, the first real competitive action for most of the girls outside of Kerry. And what a performance is was by the girls.

They opened with a 3-1 victory over Kilkenny with Aoife Horgan hitting all 3. They followed up with a 1 all draw against the hosts thanks to a Chloe Cremin goal. Next up was Waterford and here again the Kerry girls emerged victorious 3-1. Aoife Horgan scored two here with Jade Harkin getting the other. Their biggest win came in their 4th game as they were too strong for Limerick County. Aoife Horgan scored 3, Jade Harkin 2 and one each from Sarah Taylor and Ciara Butler.

Team of the Week:

                                                              Paddy O’Sullivan

                                                                   Fenit 13’s

Adam Ward                     Ossie Clifford         Nathan McGrath                 Daniel Herlihy

Park 15’s                           Fenit 16’s           Listowel Celtic 13’s               Mastergeeha 13’s

     Oisin Quill                       Dillon Frances           Adam Jensen               Adam McMahon    

Inter Kenmare 13’s             Killorglin 13’s           Ballyhar 13’s               Killarney Celtic 14’S

                                         Dean Hilliard                     Robert O’Shea                  

                                       Camp Juniors 15’s         Killarney Athletic 13’s    

2 Games on Sunday to add:
 
Munster 16’s Girls Shield Semi Final:
Killarney Celtic 1`-0 Kilcornan AET
Killarney Celtic qualified for the Munster WFAI 16’s Final with a late late winner in extra time against Kilcornan.
Celtic had most of the possession and created all the chances but found the visitors keeper Rebecca O’Brien in outstanding form.
Just when it looked like the game was set for penalties Lauren Burke who had come on as a secopnd half sub unlocked the Desmond League sides defence to set up Anna Clifford who made no mistake.
Killarney Celtic will play Tulla in the 16’S Shield FinaL.
 
John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield:
Ballyheigue were 4-0 winners over St Bernards to book thier place in the 13’s Shield final. Thomas Gaynor scored twice and Conor O’Sullivan and Rory Duggasn one each to set up a final agaisnt Killarney Athletic.