Park walk up the Avenue in style:
Skechers 13’s National Cup:
Avenue United 0-6 St Brendan’s Park
FAI Women’s u14 Girls Cup:
Wilton United 7–0 Killorglin
Listowel Celtic 5 –1 Carragiline
JK Sports 12Division 1:
Killarney Celtic C 1-3 MEK
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s
Park B 1 – 0 Tralee Dynamos
Division 1:
Mastergeeha 0-4 Killarney Celtic A
Castleisland 3-3 Iveragh United
Division 2:
Killorglin B 0-3 Killarney Celtic B
Inter Kenmare 3-2 Dingle Bay Rovers
Ballyheigue United 4-1 Killarney Athletic
Division 3:
Listowel Celtic C 2-2 LB Rovers
Killarney Plaza 15’s:
Killarney Athletic 1-2 Killarney Celtic A
Division 1:
Ballyheigue 0-5 Ballyhar
Killorglin A 2-3 Camp Juniors
Division 2:
Castleisland 5-3 Killarney Celtic B
Fenit Samphires 0-3 St Bernard’s
Inter Kenmare 3-4 Rattoo Rovers
13’s National Cup:
Avenue United 0-6 Park:
The South West rounds of the Uneven Ages in the Skechers National Cup came to an end yesterday with a stand out performance from The Park u13’s. The have qualified for the Last 32, which is the Open Draw, and are also one of the 5 into the new Regional Competition. The Park are away to Moneypoint in Clare with a home semi-final the prize.
In this weekend’s game away in Clare the Park were much too strong for Avenue with goals from Colin Doody, Samuel Aledasanusi, Messiah Cirwah 2 and Cianan Cooney 2.
Also in the Uneven Age’s Killarney Celtic have qualified for the Last 32 Open Draw and in the Regional competition they play Nenagh away in the first round with a home draw against Limerick FC in last semi-finals the reward for the winners.
The final round of the Even Age South West qualifiers take place this weekend with a number of Kerry sides looking to progress to the Last 32.

Girls National Cup:
Listowel Celtic have progressed to the Last 16 of the FAI Women’s u14 Girls Cup thanks to an impressive 5-1 over Carragiline.
Jade Harkin hit 3 with Aoife Horgan netting twice. Listowel Celtic are away to Kilmore in the next round in early January.

While the Killorglin girls found Wilton United too strong it was great to them taking part in their first FAI Women’s competition. There were a number of good performances with Shauna Broderick and Siofra Foley standing out. The League is delighted to welcome Killorglin FC into the Girls Competitions
League Reports:
JK Sports 12 Division 1:
MEK U12’s made the short trip from their base in Fossa to Celtic Park a winning one as they defeated Killarney Celtic C 3-1. Gavin O’Leary and Rocco Sheehan, from a Finn Kennelly cross, plus an own goal gave MEK the points. Brian Iacov got the Celtic goal.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
Park B win 13’s Derby:
Only one goal separated neighbours the Park B and Tralee Dynamos in the u13 Daly’s Supervalu Premier derby at Christy Leahy Park. It was Cian O’Neill who scored for the home side to give them their first win of the season.
Leaders held in Division 1:
League leaders Iveragh United had to settle for an away point as they were held to a 3-3 draw at Castleisland. Ryan Dennehy got 2 for Castleisland with the other goal coming from Shane Coffey. Jim Clifford, Mikey Kavanagh and Sam Driscoll were on the mark for the South Kerry side.
Killarney Celtic have moved onto 10 points, only one behind Iveragh, after their 4-0 win at Kilbrean Park against Mastergeeha. Senan O’Leary hit a hat trick and William Harty got the other goal for the Hoops.
Top teams win in Division 2:
League leaders Ballyheigue Athletic added another three points to their total with a 4-1 home win over Killarney Athletic. Feilim O’Sullivan scored twice with David O’Sullivan and Denis Lynch getting one each for the winners while Cillian Courtney scored from the penalty spot for Killarney Athletic.
Ballyheigue are 2 points ahead of Killarney Celtic B who were 3-0 winners away to Killorglin B. Jack O’Sullivan, Owen McIndoe and Rian O’Neill were the Celtic scorers.
Inter Kenmare kept the pressure on the top two sides as they just got past Dingle Bay Rovers 3-2. Donnagh Harrington 2 and Jamie O’Regan got the Inter goals while Cormac O’Cinneide and James Hoare replied for Dingle Bay.
Sides tied in Division 3:
Listowel Celtic C and LB Rovers shared the points in their 13’s Division 3 clash. Stefan Carrig and Shane Horgan scored for Celtic C with Thavien Buckley and Cian Sheedy replying for LB Rovers.
Killarney Plaza 15’s:
Leaders Celtic just pip neighbours Athletic:
Table toppers Killarney Celtic were pushed all the way by Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn with the home side going in front in the first half from Eoghan O’Sullivan. Jack O’Connor equalised in the second half before James Darmody got the winner late on for Celtic.
Camp Juniors take Division 1 lead:
Goals from Maurice O’Connell, Cian Wright and Adam Costello gave Camp Juniors a 3-2 win over Killorglin A and sees them take the lead in the Division.
Ballyhar made it 2 wins from 2 with a 5-0 win away to Ballyheigue thanks to goals from Nathan Callaghan 2, Craig O’Sullivan 2 and Conor Henderson.
Rattoo Rovers 5 stars:
Rattoo Rovers continued their unbeaten run and are now onto 5 wins from 5 games but they were pushed all the way by Inter Kenmare. Dylan Moriarty 2, Jordan Goggin and Kevin Goulding were on the mark for Rattoo with Tony Cronin, Daniel Kovak and Sean Lucey got the Inter goals.
St Bernards continue to chase Rattoo and they are now 12 points after their 3-0 win at Fenit. Mathew Burke, Oisin Maunsell and Jake Brosnan scored for the winners.
Castleisland will be happy after getting their first win from their 3 games as they defeated Killarney Celtic B 5-3. Colm Roche 2, Hugo Turkievwic, Connie O’Connor and Darragh Griffin got the Castleisland goals. Cian Doe from the penalty spot and 2 from Kasper Prisack were the Celtic goal-getters.
Team of the Week:
Michael Whealan
LB Rovers 13’s
James O’Leary Dara Donnelly Jamie O’Regan Brendan Walsh
Ballyhar 15’s Ballyheigue 13’s Inter Kenmare 13’s St Bernard’s 15’s
Lenny McGaley Fin n Kennelly Cormac O’Cinneide Hugo Turkievwic
Camp Juniors 15’s MEK 12’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Castleisland 15’s
Senan O’Leary Eoin O’Sullivan
Killarney Celtic 13’s Killarney Athletic 15’s