Two wins from two on good day in National Cup

National Cup and Uneven Ages November 17th
National Cup Round 4
13’s Abbeyfeale 2-5 Park
15’s Moneypoint 0–2 Killarney Celtic
JK Sports 12’s Division 2 North
Dingle Bay Rovers 3-1 LB Rovers
Fenit 0–6 Ballyheigue
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier
Listowel Celtic A 2-3 Killarney Athletic A
Iveragh United 0-7 Killorglin
13’s Division 1
Catleisland 6-1 Dingle Bay Rovers
Camp Juniors 2–1Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Celtic B 3-6 Inter Kenmare
Killorglin B 1–3 Mastergeeha A
13’s Division 2 South
Killarney Athletic B 4-3 MEK
Dingle Bay Rovers 2-2 Ballyhar
Killorglin C 2–5 Masteergeeha B
13’s Division 2 North
Fenit 2-6 Park C
Park B 2-2 LB Rovers
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier
Ballyhar 5-2 Killarney Athletic
15’s Division 1
Ballyheigue 1-3 Fenit
15’s Division 2
Tralee Dynamos 2-1 LB Rovers
Killorglin B 0–3 MEK
Girls Premier
12’s Killarney Celtic Green 1–6 Inter Kenmare
16’s Park 0–2 Killarney Athletic
Reports
Two from Two through in National Cup:
Two more Kerry sides will be in the hat on December 8th when the draw for the Last 32 in the Sekchers National Cup will be made.
In the 13’s The Park put in an impressive second half away to Abbeyfeale to win 5-2. The game was tied 1-1 at the break. For the Park JJ Olajitan 2, Ryan McMahon, Jack Slattery and Ciaran Kavanagh were the scorers. As well qualifying for the Last 32 The Park will be away in the Regional semi-finals.
Killarney Celtic 15’s were happy to come through a tough game away to Moneypoint winning 2-0. Both Celtic goals came in the first half from Sean Fitzgerald and William Harty.
Killarney Celtic now join The Park in the Last 32 with both sides having away semi-finals in the Regionals.
Inter 12’s and Athletic 16’s win in the Girls:
Inter Kenmare defeated Killarney Celtic Green in Celtic Park to move into second place and are now only 3 points behind Killarney Celtic White and they have a game in hand. Helena O’Donoghue was the best player on the day hitting 2 goals with Phoebe O’Shea, Martha O’Sullivan and Anna Cornice also on target for Inter.
In the 16’s Killarney Athletic scored once in each half to defeat the Park 2-0 with Elena Doherty and Lily Foley getting the Killarney side’s goals. Athletic are now joint leaders of the Girls 16 Premier.
Important wins for Dingle Bay and Ballyheigue in 12 Division 2 North
Dingle Bay enjoyed an important 3-1 home win over LB Rovers in the JK Sports 12 Division 2 North. Their goals came from Jack Diver, Aaron Foley and Jessie Lynch who was scoring her first goal in her second game – not bad for a 10 year old. Oisin McEvoy replied for LB Rovers.
Ballyheigue had goals from Adam Thornton 2, Jacob Quille, Odhran Lee, Max Grybowski and Adam Lee in their win over Fenit.
Away wins in the 13 Premier:
Leaders Killorglin have still to drop a point after 5 games in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier. Their latest win came away to Iveragh United and they have opened a 9 point lead at the top of the table from Killarney Celtic and Listowel Celtic with both having a game in hand.
In this game Stephen Gannon was again the scorer-in-chief hitting 4. These were added to by goals from Seamus Kelly, Jack McGrath and Ben Levy.
Killarney Athletic are now only 2 points behind Killarney Celtic and Listowel Celtic after they defeated the latter in a 5 goal thriller.
Athletic caught the home side napping and were 2-0 up within the first 5 minutes thanks to goals from Oisin Lynch and Mathew Moynihan.
However Listowel Celtic battled back and a clever Oisin Healy free kick halved the deficit before half time. Another free kick, this time from Aaron Carey levelled matters with 15 minutes to go. But it was the visitors that finished better and Oisin Lynch got his second to give Athletic all three points.
13’s Division 1 tightens up after top sides beaten:
It was a day of surprises in the Daly’s Supervalu 13’s Division 1 as the top sides before play began were beaten.
Killorglin B remain in top spot, but only by one point, after they lost at home to Mastergeeha who had goals from Jack Tagney, John Hughes and Kieran Nagle.
Dingle Bay Rovers were beaten away at Castleisland and remain on 10 points, two behind Killorglin, as they also lost on the day. Goals from David Healy 2, Jack Joy 2, Kian Downey and Killian Dennehy gave the home side the win with James Hoare replying for Dingle Bay. Castleisland are now unbeaten in their three games and have games in hand.
Inter Kenmare are up to joint second after a 6-3 away win at Killarney Celtic B. Barry Fitsimons 2, Ben Callaghan and Zack O’Shea were on the mark for Inter who also benefited for two own goals while Joey McCarthy was on the mark for Celtic.
Camp Juniors will be happy with their 2-1 win at home to Tralee Dynamos thanks to goals from Cian Courtney and Diarmuid Walsh who pounced on the rebound after the Dynamos keeper had saved penalty.
Leaders win while second placed team can only draw in 13’s Div 2 North
The Park C now have a perfect 6 and 0 record in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 North and won away at Fenit this weekend. Sam Slattery, Ciaran O’Connell and Ronan O’Carroll were on the mark for the Division leaders.
The Park C’s club mates the B’s did them a favour as they held second placed LB Rovers to a 2-2 draw. JJ O’Sullivan and Kean O’Keeffe got the LB goals.
Tie at the top of the 13 Division 2 South
Killarney Athletic just got the better of MEK 4-3 to move onto 15 points in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 2 South. Goals from Rolan Saha, Daniel Fleming 2 and Bryn Flaherty gave the Woodlawn side three valuable points.
Dingle Bay Rovers are two points behind Athletic as they had to come from behind to earn a 2-2 draw. Two goals from Michael Fitzgerald put Ballyhar 2-0 up at half time but Padraig Manning got two for his side in the second half to earn the draw.
Mastergeeha B earned themselves three valuable points as they won 5-2 away at Killorglin C. Sean McAuliffe got 4 and Bobby Galvin the other goal.
Ballyhar go second in 15 Premier
Ballyhar’s win over Killarney Athletic sees them move up to second in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier and only 2 points behind leaders Killorglin. Luke Ring got 2 with Stephen Palmer, Charles Keating and Arron Burke for the winners with Alex Hennigan and Darragh Looney replying for Athletic.
Fenit into second in 15 Division 1
Fenit took advantage of leaders Castleisland having a free day to close the gap on them to 2 points thanks to a 3-1 away win at Ballyheigue. Eddie McCarthy got 2 and Bobby O’Connor the other while Felim O’Sullivan replied for the home side.
MEK move joint top in 15 Division 2
MEK have joined Listowel Celtic at the top of the Killarney Plaza 15’s Division 2 after they were 3-0 winners over Killorglin B. Kevin Harant got 2 and Eddie Moroney one for the Mid and East Kerry side.
Tralee Dynamos were also winners in this division thanks to goals from Alex Hoare and Andy Rogers as they saw off LB Rovers 2-1. Ben Murphy scored for the visitors to Dynamos.
Team of the Week:
Keith O’Mahoney
Fenit 15’s
David O’Sullivan Anton Donochev Kieran Nagle
Ballyheigue 15’s Killarney Athletic 13’s Mastergeeha 13’s
Andrew Kerins David O’Brien Ryan O’Rourke Jack Donovan
Park 13’s Inter Kenmare 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s Tralee Dynamos 15’s
Kean O’Keeffe Charlie Keating Jack Donoghue
LB Rovers 13’s Ballyhar 15’s Castleisland 13’s
Girls Role of Honour:
Jessie Lynch Dingle Bay Rovers 12 Boys, Helena O’Donoghue Inter Kenmare 12’s and Elena O’Doherty and Caoilin O’Donoghue.