Iveragh United Girls Create History:

Girls Cups and Shield Finals:

JK Sports 12’s Shield Final:

Killarney Athletic 0-3 Killarney Celtic

Foundation Sports 14’s Cup Finals:

Mastergeeha 0-7 Listowel Celtic

14’s Shield Final:

Killarney Celtic 0-6 Iveragh United.

Tralee Trophy World 16’s Cup Final:

Killarney Athletic 1-2 Killarney Celtic

Boys Cups and Shields Semi-Finals:

John Murphy 12’s Shield Semi-Final AET

Killarney Athletic B 2-2 Killorglin

Killorglin win 3-1 on penalties

John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup Semi-Final:

Park A 3-0 Killarney Celtic B

Listowel Celtic A 3-2 Killarney Celtic A

John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield Semi-Finals:

Park C 0-5 Mastergeeha

Iveragh United 2-1 Park D

Tom Hayes 14’s Shield Semi-Final:

Camp Juniors 0-3 Park D

Healy Family 15 Cup Semi-Final:

Tralee Dynamos 0-5 Park A

Killorglin 2-2 Killarney Athletic AET

Killorglin win 3-2 on penalties

Healy Family 15 Shield Semi-final:

Ballyheigue 1-2 Listowel Celtic B

Ballyhar 4-0 St Bernards

Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup Semi-Final:

Park A 1-2 Killarney Celtic

Mastergeeha 0-2 Park B

Tucker Kelly 16’s Shield Semi-Final:

Killarney Celtic B 0-3 Asdee

League Results:

JK Sports 12’s

Division 1:

Ballyhar 0-2 Mastergeeha

Division 3:

Fenit 2-0 Listowel Celtic C

Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:


Camp Juniors 2-2 Killorglin A

13’s Division 2:

Fenit 0-3 Dingle Bay Rovers

Park C 0-3 Tralee Dynamos

Killarney Plaza 14 Premier:

Listowel Celtic 1-6 Killarney Celtic

Park 3-0 Killarney Athletic

Killarney Plaza 15’s:

Division 1:

Mastergeeha 3-0 Castleisland


Iveragh United Girls Create History:

Girls Cups and Shield Finals:

This was the first weekend of Cup finals this season with the Girls 14’s and 16’s Cup finals and the 12’s and 14’s Shield finals played.

JK Sports 12’s Shield Final:

Killarney Athletic 0-3 Killarney Celtic:

Killarney Celtic girls too home the JK Sports 12’s Shield after getting past neighbours Athletic.

Foundation Sports 14’s Cup Finals:

Mastergeeha 0-7 Listowel Celtic

Listowel Celtic took on a gallant Mastergeeha side in the Foundation Sports 14’s Cup final at Mounthawk Park and the North Kerry girls showed all their experience and skills to kills off the game early on. But credit to Mastergeeha they never gave up and Kayleigh O’Connor almost got a consolation goal for them in the second half when she beat two defenders but Listowel Celtic keeper Mary Bates made a good save.

But the credit must go to Listowel Celtic who opened the scoring when Player of the Match Aoife Horgan netted the first of her three goals. Celtic never gave Mastergeeha time to settle and Horgan and Caoimhe Spillane added two quick goals. They were also always dangerous from set pieces and corners and Zara Doherty and Cliona Pierse made it 5-0 at the break. Jade Harkin and Aoife Horgan wrapped up the win in the second half.

Listowel Celtic: Mary Bates, Cliona Pierse, Aisling Kelly, Eve Roche Hussey, Eimer O’Donoghue, Hannah Healy, Kara Trainor, Caoimhe Spillane, Aoife Horgan, Jade Harkin, Zara O’Doherty and Gillian Musgrave.

Mastetgeeha: Eabha Dwyer, Jessica O’Neill, Caoimhe Crowley, Ciara Jones, Charlotte Doolan, Leidhein O’Connor, Beibhinn Brosnan, Aine Kenny, Nicole Williams, Ailbe Brosnan, Anna Yannis, Martha Fitzgerald, Katie and Louise O’Leary, Keleigh O’Connor and Chantelle O’Sullivan.

14’s Shield Final:

Killarney Celtic 0-6 Iveragh United.

Iveragh United have been doing great work on the underage scene in both the boys and girls League’s and it’s the girls that have the bragging rights as they are the winners of the Foundation Sports u14 Shield. They were too strong for a younger Killarney Celtic side who had some u12’s and younger on duty.

Orla Fayen and Sive O’Shea set Iveragh United on their way and Riona Moran added a 3rd before the break. Aiobhinn Fitzgerald, Kelsey McCarthy and Player of the Match Mary Beth O’Donoghue added three more in the second half to joyous scenes from the big crowd that travelled to Mounthawk Park from South Kerry.

The rest of the history making Iveragh United squad were Clidhna Guiney, Sadbh O’Shea, Sarah Launders, Mairead Murphy, Riona Moran, Charlotte Hulme and Rachel O’Connor.

Killarney Celtic: Sinead Gleeson, Eabha Rudden, Kate Rudden, Katie Brosnan, Saoirse Dorian, Eabha Healy, Caelyn O’Grady, Clodagh Boughen Morrissey, Bronagh Dorian, Lucy O’Sullivan, Zara Burke and Niamh Dorian.

Tralee Trophy World 16’s Cup Final:

Killarney Athletic 1-2 Killarney Celtic:

This was a cracking game with nothing between the sides and the excellent pitch in Kilbrean Park Mastergeeha helped with to ensure that good football was played. Both keepers, Celtic’s Edel Harnett and Athletics Ciara Faulds were called into action early to keep the game scoreless. Kate Murphy and Ciara Randles were causing the Athletic defence trouble and the duo combined with Kate Stack to set up Anna Clifford for the first goal.

However the likes of Fiona Galvin and Rachel McCarthy were very strong at the back while Ellen Coffey, Jade Potts and Katie Faulds were making sure Athletic were always dangerous and in the second half a good team move saw Ciara Tagney equalise.

Both sides were now going for it to the delight of the big crowd and it was Celtic that got the winner with 10 minutes to go when Kate Murphy reacted quickest in the box to win the Cup for the Hoops.

Killarney Athletics Ciara Randles was named the Player of the Match.

Killarney Athletic: Ciara Faulds, Aine O’Connor, Fiona Galvin, Rachel McCarthy, Mairead Lehane, Ciara Tagney, Ellen Coffey, Alison Coffey, Jade Potts, Katie Faulds, Kate O’Brien, Georgina Wharton, Laurna Mulcahy and Rebecca Osbourne.

Killarney Celtic: Edel Harnett, Lucy O’Donnell, Kayleigh McGlashan, Jillian Courtney, Aoife Cronin, Natalia San Miguel, Kate Stock, Ciara Randles, Anna Clifford, Kate Murphy, Lauren Burke, Clodagh Boughan, Elizabeth Moloney and Ciara Horgan.

Places in Finals Decided:

Boys Cups and Shields Semi-Finals:

John Murphy 12’s Shield Semi-Final AET

Killarney Athletic B 2-2 Killorglin B

Killorglin win 3-1 on penalties

Killorglin will take on Dingle Bay Rovers in the final of the John Murphy 12’s Shield final. They needed penalties to get past Killarney Athletic B. The game ended 2-2 after extra time with Jack Lynch and Oisin Birmingham scoring for Killorglin B and Caoilte Cronin getting both for Athletic B. Killorglin B won 3-1 on penalties to progress to the final. Paul Costello, John Burke and John Touhy scored from the spot with keeper Dara Crosby saving three penalties for the second week in a row.

John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup Semi-Finals:

The Park A and Listowel Celtic A will contest the John Joe Naughton 13’s Cup final. The Park A were 3-0 winner at home to Killarney Celtic B thanks to two goals from Jamie Fitzgerald and one from Darragh Caplis.

Listowel Celtic A had goals from Sean Stackpoole 2 and Ben O’Connor while Aisling Kelly was outstanding at centre back. Kieran Dennehy scored both goals for Killarney Celtic who just couldn’t find the equaliser to take the game into extra time.

John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield Semi-Finals:

The John Joe Naughton 13’s Shield will end up in either Mastergeeha or Iveragh United’s trophy cabinets as both sides got through their semi-finals. Mastergeeha defeated Park C, at Christy Leahy Park, with their goals coming from Cian Foley, Sean O’Leary, Barry Counihan and 2 from Brendan O’Leary.

Iveragh United knocked out Park D, who had a good run this far being a younger side. Cian O’Donoghue and Ronan Teehan got the goals for the Caherciveen side who have been impressive all season. Colin Doody replied for Park D.

Tom Hayes 14’s Shield Semi-Final:

The Park D were 3-0 winners over Camp Juniors in the semi-final of the Tom Hayes 14’s Shield with the goals coming from Earnan Ferris, Darragh Caplis and Cian Brown. They will Dingle Bay Rovers in the final, the second final for the West Kerry club.

Healy Family 15 Cup Semi-Finals:

Goals from Jordan Barry, Leo Gaxha, Mervyn Shalemba, James Rusk and Sean McGrath saw The Park qualify for the Healy Family Cup Final at the expense of their neighbours Tralee Dynamos.

The second semi-final was a much tighter affair as it needed penalties to separate Killorglin and Killarney Athletic. Eoin Clifford and Dylan O’Neill scored for Killorglin with Eamon Long and Keith Suter replying for Athletic. Killorglin went through 3-2 on penalties.

Healy Family 15’s Shield Semi-final:

Listowel Celtic B and Ballyhar are the last two left in the Healy Family 15’s Shield. Goals from Patrick O’Connor, Harry Doody, Cian Ring and Jack Duggan all got on the score sheet to see them knock out St Bernard’s 4-0.

Cian McGrath scored twice in Listowel Celtic B’s 2-1 win over Ballyheigue to book their place in the decider.

Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup Semi-Final:

Two first half goals from Conor O’Brien and Aaron Ward set the Park B on their way to the Tucker Kelly 16’s Cup final. There were no further goals in their semi-final against Mastergeeha.

James Rusk put The Park A ahead in the other semi-final as they looked to set up an all Park final. However Killarney Celtic had other ideas. Jordan Lee equalised from a header with 8 minutes to go and 4 minutes later Mike Doyle set up Michael Devlin for the winner. Everyone wishes Evan Jones a speedy recovery after he fractured his nose in an accidental clash in the win.

Tucker Kelly 16’s Shield Semi-Final:

The Tucker Kelly 16’s Shield will be a battle of the A’s as Athletic will face Asdee in the final. Eric Daly hit two and Alec Laurent got the other to put the North Kerry club into a rare but deserved final appearance.

League Reports:

Mastergeeha almost secure in 2nd in 12’s Division 1:

In the JK Sports 12 Division 1 Mastergeeha’s 3 points from their 2-0 win over Ballyhar means they have almost secured the runners up spot. Mark O’Shea and Dara O’Callaghan were the scorers for the Kilbrean side.

Fenit win in 12’s Division 3:

Fenit took the three points in their clash with Listowel Celtic C following a 2-0 win with the goals coming from David Dineen and Ruairi Burns.

Killorglin odds on for 13 Premier Title:

Joint leaders Camp Juniors and Killorglin met in a vital game in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier. Camp Juniors looked like getting the win they needed in their last game to keep their title hopes alive. They led 2-0 thanks to a goal from Maurice O’Connell after 10 minutes and a Cian Cronin free kick 5 minutes later.

However Killorglin’s centre half proved to be his sides hero. He came up from the back to score twice from corners to earn his side a point.

Camp Juniors are finished their games on 18 points, Killorglin are leading the way on 18 points from 8 games with Killarney Celtic still not out of it and are on 16 points with one game to play.

Dynamos top of 13 Division 2:

Tralee Dynamos are top of the 13’s Division 2 and haver finished their games on 24 points. Their latest 3 points came in a 3-0 win over Park C. Patrick Moravski, Sean Dillane and Sean Horan got the goals.

Dingle Bay Rovers and Iveragh United are still not out of the race for the title as they are both on 16 points with 3 games to play. Dingle Bay were 3-0 winners over Fenit this week.

Two tied at the top of 14 Premier:

Killarney Celtic and The Park are tied at the top of the Foundation Sports 14 Premier after Celtic defeated their North Kerry namesakes. Niall McGillicuddy hit a hat trick with James Darmody, Evan Looney and Cian Casey getting a goal each.

The Park were 3-0 winners over Killarney Athletic and the wins see both Park and Killarney Celtic level on 22 points from 8 games played.

Mastergeeha top of tightest Division:

Mastergeeha’s 3-0 win over Castleisland sees them go joint top of the table on 16 points from 7 games, level with Ballyhar who have a game more played. Killarney Celtic B are on 15 points from 9 games with Killarney Athletic also on 15 points but with only 7 games played.

Team of the Week:

                                                         Dara Crosby                                                                                                                          

                                                         Killorglin 12’s

     Aisling Kelly                     Liam O’Connor                       Sean Lyne                           Patrick O’Connor

Listowel Celtic 14’s             Iveragh United 13’s           Camp Junior’s 14’s                 Ballyhar 15’s

   Cian Brosnan                     Jack McGuire                       Niall McGillicuddy                 Zoran Samardzic    

     Park 13’s                  Killarney Athletic 12’s             Killarney Celtic 14’s             Tralee Dynamos 13’s

                                             Ruairi Burns                             Mark Callaghan

                                               Fenit 12’s                             Mastergeeha 12’s