Second Weekend of Even Ages:
Friday Night – Under 13 Div 2:
Killarney Celtic 4-3 Killarney Athletic B.
Under 12 JK Sports Premier:
Mastergeeha 1-2 Killarney Celtic
Kingdom Boys 7-0 Fenit.
Park 10-0 Asdee
Inter Kenmare 1-0 Killorglin
Camp 2-4 Clanmuarice
Killarney Celtic B 3-1 Park B
Iveragh United 7-0 Kingdom Boys B:
Under 14 O’Callaghan’s Coaches Premier:
Killarney Celtic 1-1 Dingle Bay Rvs (played Fri Night).
Fenit 5-3 Ballyhar
Park 4-1 Killarney Athletic.
Div 1 South:
Iveragh United 2-2 Mastergeeha
Park B 6-5 Killorglin
Div 1 North:
Kingdom Boys 4-3 Camp
Castlemaine 3-2 Clanmaurice
Dante’s Under 16 Premier:
Inter Kenmare 0-2 Park
Killarney Athletic 0-2 Killarney Celtic
Mastergeeha 0-7 Kingdom Boys
Ballyhar 4-0 Iveragh United
St Bernards 3-2 Camp
JK Sports Under 12 League:
Killarney Celtic and Mastergeeha both picked up a point in their first game so it was important for one or the other to take all three here and it was the Killarney side who managed to do so on a 2-1 score-line.
Kieran O’Connor scored for the home side but 2 from Michael Moynihan, with the winner coming in the last minute, gave Celtic full points.
Kingdom Boys who were defeated in their first game got their campaign back on track with a 7-0 win over Fenit.
Fiachra O’Brien, Darcy O’Sullivan 2, Sigun, Stephane, Sam Tarrant and Dara Lowth were all on the mark.
The Park made it two wins from two with an easy win over Asdee – who to be fair to them are a young side and wouldn’t have the experience of the Tralee boys.
Kieran Carmody, Luke Moyniahan, Jessie Stafford Lacey and Josh Laucher were the scorers for the early League leaders.
Inter Kenmare will be happy with their home win over Killorglin, which means both sides now sit on three points. Chris O’Sullivan Casey was the Inter hero.
Clanmaurice also got their first three points of the season with a 4-2 over Camp also meaning that these two sides are level on three points after two games in what is looking like a very competitive division. Nathan Quirke and Cormac Spillane scored for Camp but a hat trick from Brendan Angland and one from Dillon McCarthy saw the away side take the points.
Iveragh United have 100% record form their first two games following their 7-0 win over Kingdom Boys B. Liam King, Shay Flaherty, John Murphy, Niall Shea, Darren Casey and 2 from Niall Brennan were the Iveragh scorers.
Killarney Celtic B are in second place on four points thanks to a Mark Harnett hat-trick as they defeated Park B 3-1. This game was tied at 1-1 at the break but Harnett was unstoppable and scored two more to wrap up the victory.
O’Callaghan Coaches Under 14 League:
In the Premier Fenit and Ballyhar had both suffered opening day defeats so a win here was needed to kick start their season and it was the home side that took the points on a 5-3 score-line. The consolation for Ballyhar is that they scored three goals which will give them confidence as they League progresses. Brian Kennedy, Kieran Brosnan and Joe Clifford were the scorers for the boys from Murt Scott Park.
The fact that they were leading 3-2 with less than ten minutes left and conceded three late goals will however give their management some concerns.
The ever reliable Ivan Parker was again on the score-sheet hitting a hat trick with the others coming from Fionn Griffin and Denis Cosgrave.
The Park followed up their opening day victory with another over Killarney Athletic to top the table. Jessie O’Sullivan, Roman Laucher, Adam and Con Barrett scored for the Tralee side while Athletic’s keeper John O’Leary scored their consolation from the penalty spot.
Moving to Division 1 and in the Southern Section two sides that had won their first games of the season clashed in what was always going to be a tight encounter. And so it proved as Iveragh United and Mastergeeha shared the points in a 2-2 draw.
Gary Healy had put Mastergeeha ahead but Anthony Cournane equalised. Neil O’Mahoney again put the Kilbrean boys in front before Aran O’Shea’s last minute leveller ensured each side went away with something.
Goals were the order of the day as the Park B and Killorglin clashed. The sides shared 11 goals with the Tralee boys coming out by the odd goal.
Two from Rhys Barry put Park ahead, Killorglin pulled it back, one from Brian Hill and Yasmin Gheorgie again gave the Park a two goal cushion but once again Killorglin levelled matters.
Killorglin then went ahead but two more from Brian Hill, to compete his hat trick, gave The Park the win. Aidan Cox can count himself very unlucky to be on the loosing side as he also hit as he also hit three with the others scored by Gavin Riordan and Daniel McBeth.
In the Northern Section Kingdom Boys and Castlemaine are on maximum points after two games. Kingdom Boys were 4-3 winners over Camp after goals by Shane Lowth, Callum Rogers, Brian O’Connell and Calvin Foley while Brandon Hoare’s hat-trick just failed to earn his side a point.
Castlemaine will be delighted with their second 3-2 win in a row, this time defeating Clanmaurice. Eoin O’Mahoney, Cathal O’Connor and Jonathan O’Sullivan scored for the winners with Sean Flanagan and Jason Keane replying for Clanmaurice.
Dante’s Under 16 Premier:
Mastergeeha faced the dilemma of having to field an under 16 and Youth team and had to face Kingdom Boys in the Schoolboys game. There was always only going to be one outcome and with goals from Adam Kelly, Donnacha McGarry, Wayne Duggan (pen), Jarred O’Sullivan and Gary O’Neill, who was celebrating his latest call-up to International duty as he has been included in the Irish Under 16 squad which has just been announced.
Killarney Celtic, who are co-favourites along with K Boys also picked up their second win from two defeating neighbours Athletic 2-0. Liam O’Sullivan got both goals early on, including one from the penalty spot.
The Park are on four points from their two games after they defeated Inter by the same score. Tom McLoughlin and Tony O’Brien were on the mark for the Park.
Ballyhar are on maximum points in Division One after they defeated Iveragh United 4-0. Sean Lillis, David Coffey, Shane O’Sullivan and David King were the goal getters.
Camp’s game was off last weekend so they made their 2010/11 debut this weekend but went down 3-2 to a Daniel Collins whose St Bernard’s side are now on three points.
Team of the Week:
Killarney Athletic U14
Simon O’Shea Seamus Moriarty Mark Harnett David Egan
Inter Kenmare U11 Dingle Bay Rvs U14 Killarney Celtic U12b Clanmaurice U14
Eoin O’Brien Claudia Dima Brian Fitzgerald Jason Lyne
Castlemaine U14 Park U14 Killarney Athletic U13b Killarney Ath U16
Jonathan Myers Daniel Collins
Kingdom Boys U12 St Bernard’s U16