Plenty of games and plenty of good news in Nat Cup

December 11th National Cup and League Results:

League Results and Reports:

Moriarty’s Centra Under 11:

Div 1:

Killarney Celtic B 0-4 Iveragh

Div 2:

Fenit 4-1 Behy Rovers

Asdee  5  – 1 Listowel Celtic B.

Div 3:

Camp 0-5 Inter Kenmare B

Park 1-8 Killorglin.

Reports:

Moriarty’s Centra  Under 11 League:

Only one game went ahead in the Under 11 Div 1 and it saw Iveragh United take the point’s home from Killarney after a 4-0 win. Cillian Cronin hit 2 with Darragh O’Shea and Delvin Corcoran scoring the other two.

In Div 2 both of the sides tied at the top were in action. Fenit took full advantage of the fact that their game with Behy Rovers was switched to their pitch and recorded a 4-1 win. Deaglan Crowe, Sean Donnellan and 2 from Eoghan McElligott gave Fenit the points while Nathan McGillicuddy replied for Behy Rovers. Fenit are now unbeaten in their four League games.

Listowel Celtic B were level with Fenit at the start of the day but it wasn’t a good day for the leaders with Asdee winning 5-1. Asdee now move into contention for second place in the table. On the mark for Asdee were Josh O’Regan 2, Philip Byrne, Callum McSweeney 2.   

There were two surprises in Div 3 with Inter Kenmare B defeating Camp 5-0 in Camp and Killorglin were 8-1 winners of their game which was switched from Tralee. In both games there were superb performances from two players in particular. Jimmy O’Grady hit 4 for Inter while Conor O’Brien was the other scorer. Ian McGillicuddy went one better for Killorglin B scoring 5. Luke Heffernan added 2 with Cathal Crosbie getting the other.

Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 League:

Premier:

Kingdom Boys 7-4 Dingle Bay Rovers

Div 1:

Camp 2-2 Ballyhar

Div 2:

Killarney Celtic B 3-2 Killorglin B.

Park B 2-0 Listowel Celtic B

Reports:

Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 League:

Premier:

Kingdom Boys took the points in a high scoring encounter with Dingle Bay. 11 goals in all were scored with the Tralee side coming out on top 7-4.

On the mark for Kingdom Boys were Shane Lowth 2, Ferdia O’Brien 2, Eoin Hussey, Sam Tarrant and Calvin Foley. Dingle Bay’s goals came from Garreth Brosnan, PJ Hand with 2 and a 30 yard rocket of a free kick from Conor Geaney.

Div 1:

Second faced top in the only game in this Division with Camp at home to leaders Ballyhar. Three points separated them at the start of the day and it was the same after the game as it ended in a 2-2 draw. Maurice Slattery and Brandon Begley were on the mark for Camp.

Div 2:

Killarney Celtic B have proved unbeatable in the League so far this season and now move onto the amazing record of seven wins from seven games. However they were pushed all the way by Killorglin B. Daniel Whittington got both goals for Killorglin but strikes from Eamon Lavin, Daniel O’Donoghue and Hubert Dzicdzica gave the Hoops all three points.

Park B kept up their bid for silverware with a 2-0 win over Listowel Celtic B.

Killarney Plaza Under 15 League:

Premier:

Dingle Bay 3-6 Park

Div 1:

Killarney Athletic 0-0 Inter Kenmare

Killorglin 7-2 Park B.

Reports:

Both sides needed the points in the only Under 15 Premier game going ahead. It was The Park who brought the point’s home from West Kerry defeating Dingle Bay 6-3. For the home side Mathew Flaherty, Barry O’Sullivan and Colm Hurley were on the score sheet. However The Park had goals from Jessie O’Sullivan 2, Roman Laucher 2, Rory Cheevers and Cian Hussey. In truth it could have been much closer had Jack Savage not been in inspired form, saving two penalties.

Div 1:

Scoreless draws are rare in Schoolboys and Girls football but Killarney Athletic and Inter Kenmare played out one in their clash.

There were plenty of goals in the other game with Killorglin defeating The Park B 7-2. Killorglin close the gap on the players at the top to three points. Wesley Delaney 2, Aidan Cox, Shane Mangan, Ryan O’Riordan and John Lawlor were the Killorglin scorers.

Girls Under 14:

Listowel Celtic moved to three wins from three after a good win over Mastergeeha. Savanah McCarthy, Rebecca Horgan and Aoife Shine were Listowel’s scorers.  

NATIONAL CUP:

Under 11:

Mastergeeha 0-3 Killarney

Newcastle West Rovers 0-4 Kingdom Boys

Park 2-5 Charleville

Under 11:  Killarney Celtic and Kingdom Boys move into the Last 64 with wins in the National Cup. Celtic beat neighbours Mastergeeha 3-0 at Kilbrean Park through goals from Patrick Warren and Kasper Malinosky. Kingdom Boys had a very good win away to NewcastleWest winning 4-0. Dillon Robinson, Odhran Liston , Dara Devine and Dara Lowth were the scorers.

The Park’s run is over after they went down to three late goals at home to Charleville. The game was tied at 2-2 with less than ten minutes to go but the Park conceded and had to chase the game, getting caught on the break.

Listowel Celtic are still involved and will travel to Fairview Rangers next weekend.

Under 13 National Cup:

Listowel Celtic 3-1 Fairview Rangers

Kilcorman 1-4 Killarney Celtic

Summerville Rovers 1-2 Killarney Athletic

Aisling Annacotty 3-1 The Park.

Three out of four teams go through to the next round of the Under 13 National Cup. Listowel Celtic were 3-1 winners at home to Fairview Rangers. Darren Murphy, Jason Foley and Darragh Sheehy were Celtic’s scorers.

Killarney Celtic went to Kilcorman and won 4-1 with goals from Evan Cronin, Conor Randall, Peter McCarthy and Fergal O’Donoghue.

Killarney Athletic were also on the road and had a very good 2-1 win at Summerville Rovers. Adam O’Shea and Ronan Buckley were the Blues heroes.

Under 15 National Cup:

One in and one out is the story of this section of the National Cup. Listowel Celtic defeated a highly rated Ballynanty Rovers 2-1 with goals from Ian Murphy from the pen spot and Kevin Bowler.

Castleisland had goals from Jack Cooney 2 and Timmy Brown but it wasn’t enough to go through as they conceded 5-3.

Team of the Week:

                                                               Jack Savage

                                                                 Park U15

Robert Barrett                                  David Clifford                                     Joseph Collins

Dingle Bay U16                             Killarney Celtic U11                               Mastergeeha U11

Anthony O’Connor             Gavin O’Shea                  Ian McGillicuddy          Eoin McDaid  

Camp U13                        Killarney Ath U13                 Killorglin U11               Iveragh United

         Aoife Shine                              Shane Lowth                       Phil Maunsell

Listowel Celtic Girls U14              Kingdom Boys U13                 Park U11