Three out of four semi final places at 11’s now sorted.

Three out of Four 11’s Semi Final Places now known:

11’s Cup ¼ Finals:

Park A 2-0 Killarney Celtic B

Ballyhar 0-1 Camp

Kingdom Boys 5-0 Behy Rovers

15’s Cup ¼ Final:

Castlemaine 0-5 Killarney Celtic


Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:


Mastergeeha 1-6 Killarney Celtic


Fenit 0-2 Ballyhar

Killarney Athletic 3-0 Park

13’s Division 1:

Castleisland 1-2 Killorglin

13’s Division 2:

Killarney Athletic B 1-3 Listowel Celtic B

O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s:

Division 1 North

Park B 1-2 Killorglin

Killarney Plaza 15’s:


Castleisland 0-1 Killarney Celtic

Division 1:

Killarney Athletic B 3-1 Kingdom Boys B

Kingdom Boys A 6-1 Camp

Killorglin B 1-7 Mastergeeha

Ballyhar 3-1 Killarney Celtic B.

13 Girls:

Kingdom Girls 0-5 Killarney Celtic


11’s Cup ¼ Finals:

Six of the eight teams left in the 11’s Cup did battle for a place in the semi finals and with the sequence of the last four known it was all to play for.

The first semi final will be a local derby with The Park taking on Kingdom Boys. The Park booked their place thanks to a 2-0 win over Killarney Celtic B. Their neighbours had it slightly easier against new boys Behy Rovers winning 5-0. Nile Abey Yusuf and Leo Gahxa both scored twice each with Cody Murphy getting the other goal.

In the other half of the draw Listowel Celtic and Killarney Celtic’s game did not go ahead so Camp must wait to see who they will meet in their semi final. They secured their place after a 1-0 win over Ballyhar. Cian O’Grady was the Camp hero, netting the only goal.

15’s Cup ¼ Final:

There was one place left in the last four of the 15’s Cup and Killarney Celtic booked it thanks to a 5-0 win at Castlemaine. Cathal O’Shea, Evan Cronin, Lee Donoghue, Dara Moynihan and Peter McCarthy all got themselves onto the score sheet.

Killarney Celtic now travel cross town to meet neighbours Killarney Athletic in the semi finals while Listowel Celtic A and Park A meet in the other last four game.

League Reports:

11’s Blitz:

Well done to all the 11’S teams who took part in two Blitz competitions. Park A& B, Killorglin B, Killarney Athletic B, Listowel Celtic B and Asdee faced each other in a series of small sided games at Christy Leahy Park while at Kilbrean Park Fenit, Inter Kenmare and Mastergeeha played each other. Score-lines were not important as these games are non competitive and are there to for the players to enjoy as they being to develop the skills of the beautiful game. And with what was on show Schoolboys soccer is in good hands.

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:


Killarney Celtic moved three points clear at the top of the table thanks to a 6-1 win over Mastergeeha. However they have played a game more than closest rivals Kingdom Boys who have four games left. Three players, Mark Harnett, Luke O’Donoghue and Gary Mathews, hit a brace of goals each with Brian Brosnan replying for Mastergeeha.


In the Plate section Ballyhar continue to set the pace and picked up three more points following a 2-0 win at Fenit. Donnachdh O’Sullivan and Liam Brosnan were the scorers.

Killarney Athletic B kept the pressure on Ballyhar as they beat the Park with the goals coming from Lorcan McMonagle,  Blake Bolster and Ciaran Kennedy.

13’s Div 1:

Congratulations to Killorglin as they were crowned champions. Castleisland welcomed the League leaders and had to defeat them to force a play-off but went down 2-1 meaning that Killorglin finish on top of the Division with a very impressive 28 points from 10 games. Conor Standen and Dylan O’Sullivan were the heroes. Eddie Horan replied for Castleisland who came up just short.

13’s Div 2:

Listowel Celtic B got the three points they needed to take this Division to a play-off. They were 3-1 winners in Woodlawn over Killarney Athletic thanks to two goals from Michael Kirby and one from Jamie Lynch. Conor Quirke got the goal for Athletic. Listowel now meet their Killarney namesakes in a winner takes all clash.

O’Callaghan’s Coaches 14’s:

Division 1 North:

Killorglin have finished their League campaign at the top of this Division after a 2-1 win over The Park B. Jonathan Kissane and Jack Cox scored while Sean Tansley got the Park’s goal. However it might not be enough for Killorglin to take the title as they are only one point ahead of Ballyhar but they have two games left.

Killarney Plaza 15’s Premier:

Peter McCarthy got the only goal of the game as Killarney Celtic took the points home from their trip to Castleisland.

Div 1:

Kingdom Boys are still favourites to take the title here as their latest win over Camp moves them onto 25 points from their 9 games. Ferdia O’Brien, Eamon Henry and Kian Liston scored one each, Segune Doyile got two and Aaron O’Keeffe hit a hat trick. Anthony O’Connor replied for Camp.

Fenit are in second place on 21 points but also have only one game left so can’t top Kingdom Boys. However Ballyhar are still in with a chance as they picked up another three points in a 3-1 win over Killarney Celtic B. John McMahon got two and Connell Murphy they other with David Spillane replying for Celtic. Ballyhar have 19 points but have two games left so can reach 25 points.

Mastergeeha and Killarney Athletic B also had wins over Kingdom Boys and Killorglin B respectively.


There was one game in the Girls League with Killarney Celtic proving too strong for a gallant Kingdom Girls team. Siobhan Burns, Molly Kelly, Hannah O’Donoghue, Diane Cooper and Emma Dinnen all scored for Celtic.

Team of the Week:

                                                                     Fionn Cullinane

                                                                           Camp 11’s

Liam O’Donnell                    Dara Moynihan                     Jack Cox                  Padraig O’Connell

    Fenit 13’s                       Killarney Celtic 15’s               Killorglin 14’s              Castleisland 13’s

Lorcan McMonagle              Deborah Mangan              Anthony O’Connor      William Courtney

Killarney Athletic 13’s          Kingdom Girls 13’s                    Camp 15’s                 Ballyhar 15’s

                                                Michael Kirby                               John McMahon

                                            Listowel Celtic 13’s                               Ballyhar 15’s