Park and Killarney Celtic 12’s the stars of the day:
Skechers National Cup 12’s:
Aisling Annacotty 1-2 St Brendan’s Park
Nenagh 1-3 Killarney Celtic
Skechers National Cup 14’s:
Fairview Rangers 3-2 Killorglin.
JK Sports 12’s Girls:
Camp Juniors 2-5 Listowel Celtic
JK Sports 12’s Boys:
Premier: Killorglin 1-2 Iveragh United
Division 1: Fenit 1-2 Camp Juniors
Division 2: Dingle Bay Rovers 7-2 Killarney Athletic B
Mastergeeha B 3-2 Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Celtic C 1-2 Killorglin B
Foundation Sports 14’s
Premier: Killarney Celtic A 1-2 Park A
Camp Juniors 5-0 Mastergeeha
Division 1: Ballyhar Dynamos 4-3 Park B
Killarney Athletic 1-5 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin B 1-1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Fenit 1-2 Iveragh United
Killarney Celtic B 5-2 Tralee Dynamos
Tralee Trophy World 16’s:
Premier: Park A 7-0 Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Celtic 2-2 Killorglin
Division 1: Killarney Athletic 3-2 Ballyheigue
Camp Juniors 3-1 Ballyhar
Division 2: St Bernard’s 2-0 Listowel Celtic B.
Subway 15’s Inter League Championship
Clare 1- 2 Kerry
Park and Killarney Celtic 12’s head for open country:
The Park and Killarney Celtic both enjoyed very impressive away wins that has seen the progress to the Last 32 of the Skechers National Cup. And they are also into the last 5 of the new Regional Competition.
The Park travelled to Aisling Annacotty and were 1-0 down at half time. However Darragh Cunnane equalised early in the second half. The same player then hit the winner 20 minutes to give the Park a great 2-1 win.
They will now be away in the first round of the Regionals where they will face the winners of Charleville and Avenue United. The winner will have a home semi-final.
Killarney Celtic defeated Nenagh away to make it a great day for the League. Goals from Luke O’Neill and Kalvin O’Sullivan had Celtic 2-0 up before the home side pulled one back. Eoghan Crowley’s goal gave Celtic the two goal cushion again and a great win.
The now have a home semi-final in the Regional competition, the first year this is being held, where they will welcome Mungret Regional A or Corbally United to Celtic Park.
The Park and Killarney Celtic now await the Last 32 Open Draw with both hoping for home draws.
Listowel Celtic win Girls opener:
Listowel Celtic won the opening game in the 12’s Girls League with a 5-2 win over Camp Juniors. Fionnola Casey and Suvi O’Connor got the goals for Camp Juniors. Lucy Keane, Kelly Enright and Ella Buckley with 4 were the Listowel Celtic scorers.
Re-graded 12’s League begins:
As the 12’s are playing their first year in competitive football there was a grading process which has now seen the Divisions drawn up.
In the JK Sports 12 Premier Iveragh United were 2-1 winners away at Killorglin. Ben Egan and Oisin Breen scored for the South Kerry side while Tim Mangan scored for the home side who had goalkeeper Dara Crosby in great form, making a string of very good saves.
Camp Juniors travelled to Fenit and took home the points winning 2-1 with Gearoid O’Connor scoring for the home side.
There were goals galore in 12’s Division 2. Dingle Bay were 7-2 winners at home to Killarney Athletic B. Danny Kavanagh hit 3, James Hoare 2 with Cian O’Cinnaide and Alex Bucannan one each. Mastergeeha had goals from Ryan McGuirl and Sean Doolan and also had the benefit from an own goal in their 3-2 win over Tralee Dynamos.
Killorglin B defeated Killarney Celtic C 2-1 thanks to goals from Daniel Evans and Conor McGough with keeper Michael O’Shea saving a penalty.
Park and Camp go 3 from 3 in 14 Premier:
The Park and Camp Juniors made it 3 wins from 3 games in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier. The Park were 2-1 winners away to Killarney Celtic with John O’Connor and Leon Gallagher getting the Tralee side’s goals.
Camp Juniors turned in a great second half to defeat Mastergeeha 5-0 after leading by only 1 at half time. Maurice O’Connell had put them ahead and two goals each from James O’Donnell and Cian Wright saw them move onto 9 points and level with Park.
Leaders pushed all the way in Division 1:
Foundation Sports 14 Division 1 leaders Ballyhar Dynamos are now unbeaten in their 6 games and are onto 18 points. However they were pushed all the way by the Park B with Ballyhar winning 4-3. Peter Cosgrave, John Power, Aaron O’Shea and Ethan Campbell got the goals for the winners.
Tralee Dynamos remain in second place despite going down 5-2 to Killarney Celtic B. Washington Solomon and Sean Horan scored for Dynamos but goals from Josh Livingstone 3, Simon Coffey and Erin Moloney gave the Hoops all three points.
Inter Kenmare are up to third place thanks to goals from Cory Murphy 2, Tadgh O’Donoghue, Denis Koyun and John McCarthy in a 5-1 over Killarney Athletic. Eoghan Mulvanney replied for the Woodlawn side.
Iveragh United secured an important 2-1 away win at Fenit with Cathal O’Shea getting both goals for the South Kerry side. Adam Doyle replied for Fenit.
Killorglin B and Dingle Bay Rovers shared the points in a 1 all draw.
Park lead 16 Premier:
The Park now lead the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier thanks to their win over Tralee Dynamos. Mervin Shalemba, James Rusk, Jordan Barry, JR Tischako and Rafa Jokic were on the score sheet for the Park.
Camp Juniors and Killarney Athletic the top two in Division 1:
Leaders Camp Juniors are now on 13 points after their 3-1 win over Ballyhar. Killian Falvey, Con O’Regan and Padraig Crean scored for Camp with Jack Duggan replying for Ballyhar.
Killarney Athletic continue to keep the pressure on the leaders and trail them by only 3 points. The Woodlawn side were 3-2 winners at home to Ballyheigue. Nathan O’Driscoll and Jimmy O’Halloran got the goals for the North Kerry side.
Saints head up Division 2:
Goals from Aaron Malik and Liam Rice gave St Bernard’s the points in a 2-0 win over Listowel Celtic B and they now top the Division on their own.
Subway 15’s Inter League Championship:
Kerry made it two wins from 2 games in the Subway 15’s Inter League championship following a hard fought 2-1 win away in Clare. Sean McGrath and Leo Gaxha got the goals for Kerry who are on 6 points from their 2 games played.
They have Limerick Desmond and Limerick District to play with both of these also on 6 points but with three games played.
Team of the Week:
Fergal O’Shea Anthony Griffin Timothy Moynihan Rian O’Brien
Iveragh United 14’s Ballyhar 14’s Killarney Celtic 12’s Killarney Athletic 14’s
Ben O’Brien Jack Twamley Darragh Slattery Cory Murphy
Dingle Bay Rovers 14’s Park 14’s St Bernard’s 16’s Inter Kenmare 14’s
Sean Doolan Philip Evans
Mastergeeha 12’s Tralee Dynamos 14’s
Park and Killarney Celtic 12’s the stars of the day: