Bank Holiday Weekend Results:

Skechers 13’s National Cup:

Killarney Celtic 7-1 Inter Kenmare

Holycross (North Tipp) 1-3 Park

Killorglin 1–1 Pike Rovers AET

Killorglin win 6-5 on pens

Holycross (Limerick)0 –2 Listowel Celtic

Camp Jr 3–1 Ennis Town AET

Skechers 15’s National Cup:

Killarney Athletic 0–5 Broadford Utd

Killarney Celtic 4 –0 Corbally Utd

Mastergeeha 5 –3 Geraldines.AET

League Results:

Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1:

Killarney Athletic 0-7 Park B

Ballyhar 3-2 Killarney Celtic B

13 Division 2:

Iveragh United 3–0 MEK

Park C 1– 8 Dingle Bay Rovers

Killarney Plaza 15’s

Premier:

Listowel Celtic 0–1 Tralee Dynamos

Division 2:

Ballyheigue Athletic 6-1 Listowel Celtic B

Asdee 4-6 St Bernards

Fenit 3-1 Tralee Dynamos B

Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier:

Castleisland 5–1 Listowel Celtic

National Cup Road continues for all in the Uneven Ages:

In the 13’s National Cup it was a great day with all the Kerry sides going through to the next round. There was always going to be at least one Kerry side through as Killarney Celtic faced Inter Kenmare. Kenmare went 1-0 up but from there Celtic took over and goals from Daniel Okute 2, Cian McMahon, William Shine, Kieran Dennehy, Cian O’Sullivan and Ronan Coffey saw them safely into the next round.

The Park went to Tipperary to take on Holycross and also went 1-0 down. They remained behind until the last 20 minutes when John O’Connor scored twice in quick succession to give the Park the lead. Earnan Ferris wrapped up the win with a fantastic lob over the keeper to wrap up the win.

Listowel Celtic were also playing Holycross, the Limerick side and again it was the Kerry side that progressed to the next round winning 2-0, Sean Stackpoole and Ben O’Connor got the goals for Celtic.

Killorglin were involved in a cracker with Pike Rovers that went all the way to sudden death penalties. The game was tied at 1 all after extra time thanks to a Dylan Moriarty goal for Killorglin and they went on to win 6-5 after a nail biting penalty shoot-out.

Camp Juniors made it a clean sweep for Kerry side knocking out Ennis Town 3-1 after extra time. The game was tied at 1 all at the end of normal time as Maurice O’Connell equalised for the home side 10 minutes after Ennis Town took the lead. It was into the second period of extra time before Camp Jr secured the win with two headed goals.

Two out of three Kerry sides progress in the 15’s National Cup:

Killarney Celtic scored twice in both halves to defeat Corbally United at Celtic Park. Dara Lyne and Evan Lyne got the two goal in the first half and goals in the second half from Peter O’Sullivan and Patrick Darcy ensure a Celtic win.

Mastergeeha and Geraldines were tied 3 all at the end of normal time. Dylan Murphy, Paul O’Shea and an OG got the goals for Mastergeeha. They added two more in extra time thanks to second Murphy goal and a fifth from Niall O’Connor saw them through.

Killarney Athletic went out at home to Broadford in a game where the visitors were the more clinical in front of goal. Athletic were also missing a few regulars which didn’t help.

League Reports

Park B go top of 13 Div 1:

With leaders Killorglin not playing in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 1 Park B took advantage to move top of the table following a good win over Killarney Athletic. Goals from John Davis 2, Danny Fisher, David Callaghan, Vincent Murphy, Adam Walker and Matt Healy saw them move a point ahead of Killorglin.

Ballyhar hit three quick goals thanks to 2 from Bryan Burke and one from Cormac Clifford to put them in the driving seat at Murt Scott Park. However visitors Killarney Celtic B hit back through Jason Lee and Ruairi Dorrian but couldn’t find a equaliser.

Wins for teams from opposite side of the county in 13 Division 2:

Iveargh United and Dingle Bay Rovers both had an point on the board for their first games and their wins at the weekend sees them go joint top of the table on 4 points, ahead of Fenit who are on 3 but didn’t play.

Cian O’Donoghue, Eoin O’Shea and a first goal for his new club from Andrew O’Shea saw the South Kerry boys defeat MEK in Caherciveen. Credit also must go to MEK who are in their debut season and are improving every week.

Dingle Bay Rovers were too strong for Park C. Mark Manning and Tadgh Kennedy both scored twice while Cormac O’Cinnaide, Ronan O’Beaglaoi, Sean Leahy and Tomas O’Se all got one each to give the West Kerry both the three points.

I game and 1 goal in Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:

There was only one game in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier and it was Tralee Dynamos Codi Dauti that got it to give them a 1-0 away win at Listowel Celtic.

3 way tie at the top of Division 2:

Asdee suffered their first loss in three games as they went down to St Bernard’s in a goal-fest. The 6-4 win sees the Saints move onto 6 points, level with Asdee. Aaron Malik was again the big scorer as he hit his second hat trick in two games. Liam Rice, Cillian Trant and Harris Ismail got the other goals.

For Asdee Eric Daly, Conor Twomey, Bernard O’Callaghan and Luke O’Donoghue were all on the mark.

Ballyheigue Athletic were too strong for Listowel Celtic B at home and they join the two other teams on 6 points. Sean Sheehan hit three, Conor Corrigan 2 and Nathan O’Driscoll and Augusto Jeano one each for the sea-siders.

Away in in Trophy World 16 Premier:

There was one rearranged game in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier with Listowel Celtic winning away in Castleisland. Ben Cooney scored for the home side but goals from Gavin Casey, Conor Hope, Stephen McCarthy and 2 from Jack Sheahan gave the North Kerry Hoops the three points.

Team of the Week:

                                                      Jack McGillicuddy

                                                           Killorglin 13’s

         Conor Hope                       Ethan Campbell               Rob Vassiu

     Listowel Celtic 16’s                 Ballyhar 13’s               The Park 13’s

Eric Daly           Ciaran O’Donoghue           Sean Leahy             Daniel Okute

Asdee 15’s           Iveragh 13’s               Dingle Bay Rvs 13’s   Killarney Celtic 13’s

   Sean Sheahan                          David Ryle                       Aaron Malik

Ballyheigue 15’s                       Fenit 15’s                   St Bernard’s 15’s