First weekend of December Results and Reports:
National Cup 13’s Round 4:
Killorglin 3-0 Mastergeeha
Park 2–0 Shelbourne AET
National Cup 15’s Round 4:
Aisling Annacotty B 3–1 Killarney Celtic
Lough Derg 0–6 Camp Juniors
Tulla United – Park
League Reports:
JK Sports 12 Girls Premier:
Killarney Celtic White 0–6 Inter Kenmare Blue
Killarney Celtic Green 7-0 Inter Kenmare White
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1:
Camp Juniors 5 –4 Tralee Dynamos
Dingle Bay Rovers 4-0 Killarney Celtic B
13 Division 2:
Mastergeeha B 0-3 Killorglin B
Fenit 7-1 Killarney Athletic
MEK 2–2 Park B
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Inter Kenmare 0–4 Killorglin
15 Division 1:
Listowel Celtic 1–2 Killorglin
Tralee Dynamos 5–0 Killarney Athletic
Ballyhar 2-1 Fenit
15 Division 2:
Rattoo Rovers 3-1 Ballyheigue
Dingle Bay Rovers 6–1 Windmill United
Kerry sides progress to National Cup Open Draw:
The Skechers National Cup Open Draw for the Last 32 sides in each of the age groups is set to take place on December 9th. The South West Region sends 5 teams through to this round and these are also in the Regional Competition.
In the 13’s competition after Round 4 Kerry has two sides through Killorglin and St Brendan’s Park. Killorglin won the all Kerry battle as they were 3-0 winners at home to Mastergeeha. Jack Lynch, a Dara O’Connor free kiclk and another from Rian O’Sullivan sees them through.
It was a much tighter affair f for St Brendan’s Park as they had to go all the way to extra time to defeat Shelbourne from Limerick. The game finished 0-0 after normal time but goals from Odhran Ferris, from a free kick, in the first period of extra time and a Noah Townsend goal in the second period saw the Park into the hat next week.
Both sides will be at home in the semi-final of the Regional competition.
On Saturday in the 15’s National Cup Round 4 Camp Juniors impressive run continues as they won 6-0 away at Lough Derg. The Kerry side made a great start and 4-0 up at the break thanks to 2 Cian Cooney goals, one from a free-kick, a Caolan O’Connell penalty and one from Oisin Smailes. Maurice O’Connell wrapped up the win with 2 goals in the second half. Camp Juniors will be away in the Regional play-off for a semi-final place.
Killarney Celtic’s National Cup journey is over as they went out 3-1 away to Aisling Annacotty B with Erin Moloney scoring for Celtic.
League Reports:
Wins for Celtic and Inter in 12 Girls Premier:
Killarney Celtic and Inter Kenmare are doing great work with the younger and both have 2 teams in the JK Sports 12 League. They met at Celtic Park and both clubs enjoyed a win each.
Killarney Celtic Green defeated a gallant Inter Kenmare White thanks to goals from Shauna Myers, Niamh Dorrian, Lucy O’Sullivan and Grainne Kennedy. A special mention to Laura Power who got injured in the warm-up but recovered to play an important part in the win,
Inter Kenmare Blue got the better of Killarney Celtic White who never gave up trying. For Inter Helena O’Donoghue, Tara Desmond, Saoirse Buckley and the excellent Grace Goley were the goal scorers.
Listowel win battle of unbeaten sides in 13 Division 1:
In the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1 ListoweL Celtic and Inter Kenmare both went into this game on 4 wins from 4 played so something had to give. And it was the North Kerry side that kept their unbeaten record winning 5-2. Cormac Dillon hit three goals and Evan Boyle the other two in the win that sees Listowel Celtic move onto 15 points while Inter stay in second.
Dingle Bay Rovers have closed the gap on Inter to 2 points following their 4-0 home win over Killarney Celtic B. Aodhna O’Beaglaoich who still has two years at this age hit two goals for the West Kerry side with Antaine O’Seaghdna and James Hoare getting the other goals.
Camp Juniors scored and important 5-4 win over Tralee Dynamos with goals from CJ Daniels 2, Cillian O’Neiil, Seanie Murphy and Jack O’Neill. Paul Burke 2, Tom Quilligan and Elive Ankomah replied for Dynamos.
Top 2 win in 13’s Division 2:
The top two sides in the 13’s Division 2 won at the weekend. Fenit were too strong for Killarney Athletic and were 3-0 ahead at half time. They added another 4 in the second half with Athletic just getting one in reply. For Fenit Oisin McGibney hit 3, Billy Doyle 2 and Tiernan O’Sullivan one in the win.
Killorglin B remain three points behind the leaders following their 3-0 win over Mastergeeha B. Jack McGrath 2 and Conor McGough from the penalty spot were the scorers for the Kilbrean side.
MEK and the Park B played out an exciting 2-2 draw. The Tralee side went 1-0 up before Max Leon equalised with a great individual effort. The Park went ahead again only for Sam Buckley to earn his side a share of the points following a great free kick.
Killorglin go 2nd in 15 Premier:
Killorglin’s win over Inter Kenmare in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier sees them move onto 2 wins from 2 and into second place on the table behind leaders Camp Juniors. There goals came from Darragh Callan, Adam Owens and Dylan Moriarty.
It’s win number four for Ballyhar:
Division 1 leaders Ballyhar were pushed all the way by Fenit but the fought hard to maintain their unbeaten record. The game was scoreless at the break and then in the second half two goals from Peter Cosgrave put the side from Murt Scott Park in the driving seat. Niall Cassidy pulled one back for Fenit but they couldn’t find an equaliser. It could have been a wider margin but Paddy O’Sullivan saved a Ballyhar penalty.
Killorglin B remain two points behind Ballyhar after they defeated Listowel Celtic 2-1 with Dylan Quinn getting the Celtic goal.
Tralee Dynamos remain in the hunt and in their place as they were 5-0 winners at home to Killarney Athletic. Sean Hoare scored twice for the Tralee side with Philip Evans, Daniel Burke and Sean Dillane also on the mark.
Two level at the top of Division 2:
Rattoo Rovers win sees them join Ballyheigue Athletic on three wins at the top of the 15’s Division 2. Goals from Sean McGrath, Jordan Goggin and Sean O’Connor were the Rattoo scorers while David O’Sullivan replied for Ballyheigue.
Dingle Bay Rovers moved ahead of Windmill United and into third after they defeated the newcomers 6-1. Mark Manning was on fire hitting 4 with the others coming from Tomas O’Se and Ryan Newstead. Tomas O’Sullivan replied for Windmill United.
Team of the Week:
Paddy O’Sullivan
Fenit 15’
David Lynch Michael Brosnan Con Stack
Listowel Celtic 13’s Ballyhar 15’s Killarney Athletic 13’s
Aoidhan Curley Tomas Sullivan Sean Roche Leon Daly
Rattoo Rovers 15’s Windmill United 15’s Dingle Bay Rovers 13’s Tralee Dynamos 15’s
Odhran Ferris Adam Owens Oisin McGibney
Park 13’s Killorglin 15’s Fenit 13’s