Underage season ends with wins for Inter Girls and Castleisland boys

Underage season ends with wins for Inter Girls and Castleisland boys:
U14 Girls Cup Final: Inter Kenmare 5-4 Listowel Celtic:
Described by those lucky enough to be in Kilbrean Park, Mastergeeha as the game of the season this 9 goal thriller saw Inter Kenmare just get the better of Listowel Celtic 5-4 after extra tiem.
Listowel Celtic opened the scoring after 12 minutes when Melaine Higgins chipped the ball over the Inter defender and ran on to make no mistake. However by half time Inter were ahead thanks to two goals from the excellent Chloe Cremin.
But for the first twenty minutes of the second half the North Kerry girls scored three times to lead 4-2. Higgins got her second goal and Kelly Enright scored twice to put them in a winning position with 15 minutes to go.
Credit to Inter they never gave up and dropped the heads and they hit back with two goals in two minutes in the 58th and 60 minutes thanks to Cremin and Amy Harrington to level matters at 4-4.
Both sides pushed hard for the winner but there was no further score and the game went into extra time. And here it was Chloe Cremin that became the Inter hero hitting the winner in the first period. They did need their keeper to make a great save to prevent the game going to penalties.
Senator Mark Daly who had relatives playing for Inter Kenmare presented the Player of the Match to Chloe Cremin while a delighted Inter Kenmare squad and coaches were presented with the 14 Girls Cup.
Tom Hayes 14’s Final:
Castleisland 3-1 Killarney Celtic B:
This was fitting if poignant win for the Castleisland 14’s side as this was the team that was looked after by the late Georgie Callaghan. The game was very tight in the first half with both defences on top and it remained score-less at the break.
Celtic took the lead 10 minutes into the second half when CallumO’Donoghue scored a cracked from distance but the lead only lasted 8 minutes when Padraig O’Shea equalised. Castleisland then took over and hit two similar goals to take the win. Two crosses were headed home by Freddie Galway and Con O’Neill. Celtic tried to get back into the game but Castleisland keeper Conor Wilkenson made a very good save and his side took a special win.
James Callaghan, a brother of Georgie presented Freddie Galway with the Player of the Match with Conor Wilkenson picking up the trophy on behalf of a delighted Castleisland squad and large crowd of supporters that were at the game played on the excellent Murt Scott Park Ballyhar pitch.
Camp Juniors end of season gala:
Camp Juniors celebrated their season with a Blitz which saw the clubs Academy out in force. Following the games which saw teams being named after World Cup qualifiers – Germany and France took the wins at u8’s and u10’s – the club held its Awards ceremonies with pride of place going to their u15’s and u16’s teams who won their Schoolboys competitions with the 15 Premier being the first won by a team from the club. The late Aodhan O’Connor was remembered with a moment’s applause on the day.