Park 13’s one step closer to Skechers National Cup Glory:
Skechers National Cup Last 32:
12’s: Belvedere 1-0 Park
Killarney Celtic 0-0 Carndonough AET
Carndonough win 3-1 on penalties
13’s: Naas 0-1 Park
15’s: Killarney Celtic 1-1 Ferrybang
Ferrybank win 5-4 on penalties AET
JS Sports 12 Girls:
Camp Juniors 2-2 Killarney Celtic
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
Killorglin 4-3 Listowel Celtic
13 Division 1:
Killarney Celtic A 4-2 Iveragh Utd
Ballyhar 2-2 Listowel Celtic B
Castleisland 2-4 Mastergeeha
13 Division 2:
Ballyheigue 4-2 Dingle Bay Rovers
Inter Kenmare 2-2 Killorglin B
13 Division 3:
MEK 4-3 LB Rovers
Killarney Plaza 15’s
Mastergeeha 0-6 Ballyhar
Ballyheigue 1-5 Camp Juniors
Park B 2-5 Killorglin
Inter Kenmare 3-8 Castlielsland
Killarney Celtic B 2-1 Fenit
Park C 2-7 St Bernards
Tralee Trophy World 16’s
Iveragh United 3-0 Listowel Celtic B
Tralee Trophy World 16’s Girls:
Mastergeeha 1-7 Listowel Celtic
Park 13’s flying the flag in the National Cup:
St Brendan’s Park 13’s are the last team standing in the Skechers National Cup following a great 1-0 away win against Naas in the Last 32.
Colin Dooley was the hero, getting the only goal of the game, in the 25th minute. Their reward is a home tie against either Mullingar or Johnston.
Park 12’s go down in Dublin: The Park 12’s put in a great performance away to Belvedere in Dublin. Unfortunately they went down 1-0 with a goal in the last kick of the game.
Carndonough spot on versus Celtic: Killarney Celtic 12’s went out of the National Cup on penalties after a cracking game versus Carndonough from Donegal. The game ended 0-0 with both keepers exceling. Killarney Celtic scored their first penalty but missed their next three as Carndonough hit their first three to progress.
Celtic sunk by Ferry in the 15’s: Killarney Celtic 15’s are out of the National Cup as they also lost out on penalties. The game finished 1-1 after extra time. Killarney Celtic missed the first penalty but scored their next four. However the Waterford side hit five from five to go throught.
Points shared in Girls 12 Premier:
Killarney Celtic and Camp Juniors shared the points in a great game between these two young sides. Killarney Celtic led twice thanks to goals from Aideen O’Brien and Fiana Bradley. Fionnola Casey twice pulled Camp Jr level to share the points for one of the new sides in Girls League. The work being done by Camp Juniors in promoting soccer in their club is great to see and they now have 16 girls signed up at this age group.
Killorglin go top on their own in 13 Premier:
Killorglin are the leaders of the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier after a hard fought 4-3 win at home to Listowel Celtic. They now lead the Park by three points thanks to goals from Dara O’Grady 2, Ciaran O’Sullivan and Tom Whittleton. Kieran O’Carroll, Anthony Kavanagh and Robert Stack got the goals for Listowel Celtic.
Killarney Celtic win the Division 1 League:
Killarney Celtic’s win over their nearest challengers Iveragh United saw them crowned as League champions. They defeated the South Kerry side 4-2. Pedro Alonzo scored twice with Senan O’Leary and Peader Kelliher got one each for Celtic. Cameron Andrews and Mikey Kavanagh replied for Iveragh United.
Third placed Castleisland were defeated 4-2 by Mastergeeha. Colin O’Leary and Mark O’Shea both scored twice for the Kilbrean side while Alex Kapp and Ryan Dennehy from the penalty spot got the Castleisland goals.
Ballyhar and Listowel Celtic B shared the points after a 2-2 draw. Stephen Palmer and Colin Callaghan got the Ballyhar goals with Jack Carty scoring twice for Listowel Celtic B.
Ballyheigue close gap to a point at the top of Division 2:
With leaders Killarney Celtic B not playing Ballyheigue took full advantage to close the gap at the top to 1 point as they defeated Dingle Bay Rovers 4-2. Feliim O’Sullivan hit a hat trick for the North Kerry side with David O’Sullivan. To make it an even sweeter three points Ballyheigue came from behind twice after Danny Kavanagh and Cormac O’Cinneide had put Dingle Bay ahead on two occasions.
Third placed Inter Kenmare were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Killorglin B. Adem Gul and Aidan Crowley were the scorers for Inter.
MEK delighted with the win:
Mid and East Kerry (MEK) will be delighted with their first win of the season after coming close on a number of previous occasions. They defeated LB Rovers 4-3 in a 7 goal cracker. Eddie Moroney certainly brought his shooting boots as he hit a hat trick. His three were added to by a goal from Marc O’Sullivan Rouse. For LB Rovers Padraig O’Connor got 2 and Cillian Horgan the third.
Top 2 win but third beaten in 15 Division 1:
Camp Juniors continue to lead the way in the Killarney Plaza 15 Division 1. They are four points clear at the top but have a game more played than Ballyhar who also won yesterday. Camp Juniors had goals from Cian O’Grady and Coleman O’Meara who both scored two each with Caolan O’Connell getting the other goal in their 5-1 win. Seamie Foran replied for Ballyheigue.
Ballyhar proved to be too strong wrong for Mastergeeha to stay within 1 point of the leaders. Conor Henderson, Nathan Callaghan, Craig O’Sullivan, Patrick O’Connor, Josh McCarthy and Dylan Callaghan were all on the score sheet for Ballyhar in a 6-0 win.
Killorglin moved into third place leap frogging Park B who the defeated 5-2. Gar Hassett hit 4 for Killorglin with Calumn Moriarty getting the 4th. Conor O’Sullivan scored twice for Park B.
Saints top in Division 2on their own:
St Bernard’s are now the leaders of Division 2 on their own as co-leaders at the start of the day, Rattoo Rovers, did not play. Mathew Burke 2, Oisin Maunsell, Mikey Clifford, Ronan Walsh, Jake Brosnan and Gavin Slattery got the goals for St Bernard’s in their 7-2 win over the Park C. The Saints are now on 18 points from 7 played.
Castleisland also took advantage of Ratto Rovers not playing to move ahead of them into second place – 16 from 7 played as against 15 from 6. Sean O’Sullivan was on fire with 4 goals added to by three from Connie O’Connor and one from Dylan Curtin as Castleisland won 8-3 away to Inter Kenmare. Corey Murphy 2 and Daniel Kovel got the Inter goals.
Killarney Celtic B were 2-1 winners at home to Fenit thanks to goals from Cian Doe and Dylan Clifford.
Listowel Celtic 16’s Girls win again:
Listowel Celtic’s 16’s are a class side and vastly experienced for their age. They proved too strong for Mastergeeha with goals from Caoimhe Spillane, Aoife Horgan, Gillian Musgrave, Mary Bates and Aisling Kelly. Kate Lynch scored the Mastergeeha consolation for her side who never stopped battling.
Team of the Week:
Harry Buckley Alex Coffey Colin Doody
Killarney Celtic 15’s Iveragh United 13’s Park 13’s
Dara O’Grady Jason Brennan Coleman O’Meara Adam Segal
Killorglin 13’s Ballyhar 15’s Camp Juniors 15’s Listowel Celtic 13’s
Mathew Burke Sean O’Sullivan Cormac O’Cinneide
St Bernard’s 15’s Castleisland 15’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s
Park 13’s one step closer to Skechers National Cup Glory: