Restricted Programme Goes Ahead

Frost the winner as curtailed programme goes ahead in Kerry Schoolboys and Girls League:

Results: National Cup:

Under 12 National Cup Last 64:

Connelly Celtic 1-3 Killarney Celtic

Under 14 National Cup Last 64:

Villa 3-1 St Brendan’s Park.

League Results:

JK Sports Under 12 Premier

Mastergeeha 1-1 Fenit

Under 12 Div 1:

Inter Kenmare 4-1 Camp

Under 12 Div 2:

Iveragh United 4-0 Killarney Celtic B

Mastergeeha B 2-4 Park B.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier;

Killarney Celtic 5-0 Killarney Ath.

Div 1 South:

Killorglin 3-1 Mastergeeha

Iveragh United 8-1 Park B.

Dante’s Under 16 Premier:

Inter Kenmare 3-1 Killarney Ath.

Under 16 Div 1;

Camp 1-2 Castlemaine.

Girls League:

Under  12: Kingdom Girls 3-3 Killarney Celtic

                   Listowel Celtic 8-2 Killarney Ath.

Under 16: Inter Kenmare 3-0 Killarney Celtic.

Reports:

National Cup Last 64:

Killarney Celtic’s Under 12’s went on the road and came back for Clare with a 3-1 victory over Connolly Celtic and a place in the Last 32.

Peter McCarthy put Killarney Celtic 1-0 up in the first half and this was added to by two goals from Mark Harnett to set up an away trip to Clonmel Town in the next round.

In the Under 16 National Cup The Park went out in the Last 64 going down 3-1 away to Villa of Waterford. Roman Laucher was on the mark for The Park.

League Games:

Under 12 JK Sports Premier:

With Killarney Celtic in National Cup action and Kingdom Boys game off Mastergeeha were hoping to close the gap on the sides above them. However they had to settle for only one point following a 1-1 draw with Fenit. Paudie O’Connor scored for Mastergeeha with Ben Kirwan replying for the away side.

Div 1:

There is now a three way tie at the top of this Division.  Inter Kenmare have joined Killorglin and Park A on 12 points. Inter were 4-1 winners over Asdee in Kenmare with goals from Dara Siochru, Denis Cronin, David Taylor and Tom O’Sullivan.

Div 2:

Iveragh United are now well clear at the top of the table following their 8 win from 8 games in the League. They defeated their nearest challengers Killarney Celtic B 4-0. Graham Sullivan scored a screamer from the half way line, Darren Casey and Niall Brennan got one each and one was an og. The South Kerry side are now a very impressive 14 points clear at the top.

The Park B moved into joint third place following their 4-2 over Mastergeeha B. Danny Brosnan and Dylan McCarthy both scored twice for the Tralee side while Glynn Vaughon and James Nagle got the goals for Mastergeeha.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches Under 14 Premier:

Killarney Celtic have taken over top spot following their 5-0 defeat of neighbours Athletic.  Liam Carey hit two as did Jordan Kiely while Matt Keane added the other. Celtic now lead Park by a point with Dingle Bay three points behind the leader.

Div 1 South:

Iveragh United will be smiling as they had a good win over Park B while their nearest challengers Mastergeeha surprisingly went down 3-1 to Killorglin.

Iveragh’s goals were Anthony Curnane who hit three, Diarmuid Kenny with 2 and one each from Mike Moriarty, Sam Dwyer and Keelan Moriarty.

In the Killorglin – Mastergeeha game Aidan Cox scored twice and Daniel McBeth scored for the home side while Philip Casey replied for Mastergeeha.

Dante’s Under 16 Premier:

Inter Kenmare had a very good 3-1 win at home to Killarney Athletic who are third in the table. Goals from Eoin O’Sullivan, Brian Crowely and his twin brother Gary gave Inter the points while Athletics goal came from Kimfuta. Athletic stay on ten points while Killarney Celtic lead the way on 15 and Kingdom Boys second on 12 points.

In Div 1 Castlemaine travelled to Camp in a reverse fixture and took home the points following a 2-1 win. Cathal O’Connor and Jonathan O’Sullivan were the Castlemaine heroes.

Girls League:

In the Under 12 League leaders Listowel Celtic were too strong for Killarney Athletic. Goals from Jackie Horgan 3, Aoife Behan 2, and one each from Aideen Spillane, Sarah Gallagher and Leah Henry gave Listowel their fourth win from four.

In the other game Kingdom Girls got their reward for some hard work on the training ground, earning their first point of the season in a 3-3 draw with Killarney Celtic. Jade Powell scored two and Debra Mangan added the third.

Under 16 Girls:

Leaders Inter Kenmare made it four from four with a 3-0 win over Killarney Celtic. Lelya O’Mahoney, Ellie Gudgeon and Laura Jones were the scorers.

Team of the Week:

                                                                         Sean Donnellan

                                                                                   Fenit U12

Andrew Cournane                Ann Marie O’Mahoney               Saoirse Kennedy       Shane O’Sullivan

  Iveragh United                   Inter Kenmare Girls u16            Listowel Celtic U12   Killarney Athletic U16

Philip Quilter                         Chris O’Sullivan Casey                Darren Casey               Kyle Heffernan

  Park U12                                 Inter Kenmare U12                Iveragh United U12     Killarney Celtic U12

                                                   Dean Fitzgerald                             Jade Powell 

                                                 Mastergeeha U12                       Kingdom Girls U12