St Brendan’s Park 16’s left to fly the flag for Kerry:
SFAI Skechers Cups Last 32:
12’s Kilmacrennan Celtic 3-0 Killorglin
13’s Tralee Dynamos 0-1 Cabinteely AET
Killarney Athletic 0-3 Evergreen
14’s St Kevin’s Boys 5-0 Killarney Celtic
16’s Avenue United 2-1 Killorglin
BBC United 2-6 St Brendan’s Park
JK Sports 12 Premier
Camp Juniors 0-2 Tralee Dynamos
Park 0-1 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Celtic 1-3 MEK Galaxy
12’s Division 1
Fenit 2-0 Park C
Castleisland 1-1 Ballyhar Dynamos
12 Division 2 North
Tralee Dynamos 0-8 Ballyheigue
12’s Division 2 North Top 4
Park B 4-2 Mastergeeha
Ballyheigue 2-4 Listowel Celtic B
12’s Division 2 North Remaining 4
Fenit 3-0 Tralee Dynamos B
Camp Juniors B 1-6 Castleisland
12’s Division 2 South
Inter Kenmare B 3-5 MEK Galaxy B
Killarney Celtic B 3-0 Killarney Athletic B
Killorglin B 2-7 Dingle Bay Rovers
Slattery’s Carpets 14 Premier
Killorglin 0-3 Listowel Celtic
14’s Division 1
Inter Kenmare 4-2 Dingle Bay Rovers
Killarney Celtic B 0-4 Mastergeeha
Killorglin B 2-1 Killarney Athletic B
14’s Division 2
Park B 3-6 MEK Galaxy
Castleisland 7-3 Mastergeeha
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Killarney Celtic 2-2 Killarney Athletic
16’s Division 1 South
Mastergeeha 7-1 Killorglin B
Inter Kenmare 1-1 MEK Galaxy
16’s Division 1 North
Fenit 0-4 Tralee Dynamos
LB Rovers 7-3 Fenit
Tralee Dynamos 2-2 Listowel Celtic
Park’s the remaining team in the National Cup’s
It was a weekend where Kerry teams faced some very tough opposition and in the end it is The Park 16’s that are the remaining team in this seasons SFAL Skechers National Cups. They were in Kildare and defeated BBC United 6-2.
Sean Herlihy and Cianan Cooney both hit two goals each with Ben Hannafin and Sean O’Connor getting the other goals in the win. They will meet either Ringmahon Rangers or Stella Maris in the Last 16 next month in Christy Leahy Park.
In the 12’s Killorglin had the longest trip going to Donegal where Kalmacrennan won 3-0. There were two Kerry sides in the 13’s with Tralee Dynamos very unlucky to lose out 1-0 to an extra time goal at home to Cabinteely. Evergreen defeated Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn but the home side did have a number of chances.
Killarney Celtic 14’s went out away to St Kevin’s Boys in Dublin while the other side in the 16’s Avenue United defeated Killorglin 2-1 in Ennis with Tom Whittleton getting the Kerry sides goal.
Dynamos move closer to top teams in 12 Premier:
In the JK Sports 12’s Premier Tralee Dynamos were the big winners as their 2-0 win over Camp Juniors saw them close the gap on the top three and are now only one point off Camp who are in third.
A Lorcan O’Connor goal was the decider as Listowel Celtic defeat the Park 1-0 in the other game played in this Division.
In mid –week MEK Galaxy won 3-1 at Celtic Park thanks to two goals from Kieran Coffey and one from David McCarthy. Mark O’Leary had put Celtic 1-0.
Fenit 3rd with games in hand in 12 Division 1:
A goal in each half from Conor McGibney gave Fenit a 2-0 win over the Park C and sees them move onto 10 points from 5 games and while they remain in third they are now just two behind the Park C with a game in hand.
Ballyhar Dynamos and Castleiland remain in 4th and 5th after the sides played out a 1-1 draw in Georgie O’Callaghan Park. Kyle Buckley scored for the home side with Shane O’Loughlin replying for Ballyhar Dynamos.
Park and Listowel Celtic win opening game of 12 Division 2 Phase 2:
There was one game played in midweek to finalise the first phase of the Division and Ballyheigue defeated Tralee Dynamos B to secure their top 4 spot.
The 12’s Division 2 North Division has been split with the four top sides playing for the Division win and the remaining 4 battling it out for the League Shield.
In the Divisional battle The Park B defeated Mastergeeha 4-2 after leading 3-1 at the break. Mateusz Placzycn 2 and Majiec Kubic got the Park goals while Brian Lenihan and Conor O’Rourke replied for Mastergeeha.
Goals from Aidan Grimes 2, David Lawlor and Darragh O’Sullivan gave Listowel Celtic a 4-2 win away at Ballyheigue. Cody Goggin and Mathew O’Sullivan replied for the seaside side.
Fenit and Castleisland win in Division 2 Shield:
Castleisland made the trip to Camp Juniors B a winning one thanks to goals from Fergal Enright 3, Michael Lenihan 2 and Jason Brosnan with Suvi O’Connor replying for the home side. Fenit also picked up three points in a 2-0 home win over Tralee Dynamos B.
Dingle Bay on way to League win in 12’s Division 2 South:
8 wins from 8 for Dingle Bay Rovers sees them continue to lead the 12’s Division 2 South. Their latest win came away to Killorglin B. Padraig Manning and Cillian McNamara both hit hat tricks for Dingle Bay with Fionn Dowd also getting on the score sheet.
Killarney Celtic B moved into second place with a 3-0 home win over Killarney Athletic while MEK Galaxy B came from 2-0 down to win away at Inter B 5-2. Cillian O’Donoghue was their star with 4 goals which were added to by one from Leo Allen.
Listowel win away in 14 Premier:
There was one game in the Slattery’s Carpets 14 Premier with Listowel Celtic winning 3-0 away at Killorglin. Oisin Healy, Joshua Magdziak and Evan Boyle got the goals for Celtic.
Leaders beaten in 14Division 1
Killarney Athletic B dropped their first points in 6 games as they went down 2-1 away to Killorglin B. Jessie O’Reilly got both goals for the home side.
Second placed Dingle Bay Rovers also lost on the road as they went down to Inter Kenmare 4-2. Cathal Kelliher got 2 for Inter with Charlie Guest and Ben O’Callaghan also scoring while Joe Linnane and Paudie Fitzgeald were the scorers for Dingle Bay.
Mastergeeha took full advantage of the losses by the top 2 as they moved into second place thanks to a 4-0 away win at Killarney Celtic B. Emmet Spillane with a cracking free kick, Bobby Gallivan 2 and Aaron Buckley were the Kilbrean sides scorers.
MEK go joint second in 14 Division 2
Two goals from Aaron Dinham and Tadgh Gosney and one each from Patrick O’Neill and Ryan Casey gave MEK Galaxy a 6-2 win over Park B at Christy Leahy Park. They now move into joint second place level with Ballyhar Dynamos and only three behind leaders Killorglin C.
Castleisland also picked up three points as they saw off Mastergeeha B at home 7-3. David Healy got 3, Jack Joy 2 and Joel Smith and David McCarthy were on the mark for MEK. Darren O’Leary, Mathew Kennedy and James O’Connor replied for Mastergeeha B.
Points shared in 16 Premier Killarney derby
In the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier Killarney derby Celtic and Athletic shared the points in a 2-2 draw. All the goals came in the second half with Ryan O’Leary from the penalty spot and Edward Myers on the mark for Celtic. Daryan Ryan and Rocco Rujvican got the Athletic goals.
5 up for Mastergeeha
Mastegeeha made it 5 wins from 5 after they defeated Killorglin B at Kilbrean Park thanks to goals from Colin O’Leary, Jack Higgins, Oisin O’Leary, Mark O’Shea and Dnaiel Horgan.
Inter Kenmare and MEK Galaxy played out a 1-1 draw with Darragh O’Connor scoring for Inter and Xisco Serra Colom replying for MEK.
Four points from six for Dynamos in 16 Division 1 South
Tralee Dynamos had a busy week with two games. In midweek the League leaders were 4-0 winners away to Fenit thanks to goals from Donagh Stevenson, TJ Heaphy and 2 from Jack O’Donoghue. On Saturday they dropped their first points as they were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Listowel Celtic.
Donnagh Stevenson was on the mark again with Alex Hoare getting the second one as Dynamos remain well clear at the top of the table. Adam Segal and Ajay Behan got the Listowel Celtic goals.
3rd placed LB Rovers were winners at home to Fenit with their goals coming from Kieran O’Carroll 3, Joe Finch 2, Darragh Fitzpatrick and Ciaran Connolly. Jack Kearney, Ben Donnellan and Sami Zakirov replied for Fenit.
Big Day on Saturday in Mounthawk Park:
The excellent facilities at Mounthawk Park will play host to two SFAI Subway Munster Finals on Sunday. At 12.30 the 15’s final between Cork Athletic and Limerick District will kick-off. Following that it will be the 13’s decider at 2.30 when Cork take on Waterford.
Team of the Week
Alex Kerins Aaron Folan Dylan Buckley Harry Crowley
St Brendan’s Park 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 12’s Tralee Dynamos 16’s Castleisland 12’s
Marcus Clifford Shay McCormack Ryan O’Leary Bobby Gallivan
Ballyhar Dynamos 12’s Listowel Celtic 12’s Killarney Celtic 16’s Mastergeeha 14’s
Kieran O’Carroll Cillian O’Donoghue
LB Rovers 16’s MEK Galaxy 12’s
St Brendan’s Park 16’s left to fly the flag for Kerry: