Uneven Age Quarter Finals the Highlight of the Schoolboys Weekend:
Under 11 Cup:
Killarney Celtic 4-0 Ballyhar
Park 2-5 Kingdom Boys
Listowel Celtic C 1-6 Killorglin.
Three of the four semi final places of this year’s Under 11 Cup are now decided with Killarney Athletic and Listowel Celtic A to meet in the 4th quarter final.
Killarney Celtic defeated Ballyhar 4-0 under lights with the goals coming from a Casper Malinosky hat trick and the fourth from James Kelly.
Park 2-5 Kingdom Boys:
Goals from Dillon Robinson 2, Dara Lowth, Tom Guerin put Kingdom Boys through 5-2 over neighbours The Park .
Listowel Celtic C 1-6 Killorglin:
Cillian Spillane scored for a Listowel Celtic C side that can be very proud of getting this far in the Cup. However 2 from Kealon Cahill and Jonathan Kissane and one each from Ian McGillicuddy and Dylan O’Sullivan made sure of Killorglins place in the last 4.
Under 13 Cup:
Kingdom Boys 2-3 Killarney Athletic:
Athletic join The Park as the two sides through to the semi finals of the Under 13 Cup. It took extra time to separate the sides with Athletics goals coming from Ronan Buckley, Michael Casey and James Mundy. A sign of how tight this game was was the fact the Athletic’s keeper Dara Curran was man of the match.
The Park A 4-0 Park B:
The Park A defeated their club mates 4-0 thanks to goals from James Duggan 2, Jessie Stafford Lacey and Dwyer Tobin.
Under 15 Cup:
Castleisland 2-0 Park A
Killorglin 5-1 Park B
Inter Kenmare 0-4 Killarney Celtic
Kingdom Boys 3-1 Camp
Castleisland, Killorglin, Killarney Celtic and Kingdom Boys will contest the semi finals of the Under 15 Cup. Castleisland were the first team through following a mid week 2-0 win over Park A. Damien Breen and Colm Murphy were the Castleisland heroes.
Killorglin knocked out the second Park team left in the competition with a 5-1 home win over Park B. Daniel McBeth got 2 and Johnny Ireland, Wesley Delaney and Shane Riordan all got one each to put Killorglin through.
Killarney Celtic travelled to Kenmare and came away 4-0 winners over Inter thanks to James McCarrick 2, Tony Brosnan and Jason Lyne.
Kingdom Boys are the other side through despite Fionn Coakley scoring for Camp.
Moriartys Centra Under 11 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 6-0 Park
Listowel Celtic 3- 2 Mastergeeha
Kingdom Boys closed the gap on League leaders Killarney Celtic to two points and they have a game in hand thanks to their 6-0 win over neighbours The Park. Dillon Robinson, Dara Lowth and Reen O’Sullivan all got two each.
A Jack Behan got a hat trick to give Listowel Celtic the points despite goal from Johnny Hennigan and James Nagle for Mastergeeha.
Under 11 Div 2:
Castleisland 2-2 Listowel Celtic B
Fenit 3-1 Asdee
Two goals from Danny Power were only enough to give Listowel Celtic B a share of the points in their game against Castleisland.
Eoighan McElligott, Chris Murphy and Ronan Fitzgerald all scored for Fenit to see them add three points to their total in a 3-1 win over Asdee.
Dalys Supervalu Under 13 Premier:
Listowel Celtic 1-3 The Park
The Park wrapped up the Under 13 Premier title with a 3-1 victory over Listowel Celtic. Goals from James Duggan 2 and Paudie Griffin were enough to get them to the magic 24 points meaning that they can’t be caught by Killarney Athletic or Killarney Celtic who are battling for second.
Under 13 Div 1:
Camp 1-1 Killorglin
Fenit 2-2 Mastergeeha
Inter Kenmare 5-2 Ballyhar.
Ballyhar are top of the table here but finished their campaign on a downer – losing 5-2 to Inter. William Courtney and Oisin Fleming scored for Ballyhar but goals from Stephen O’Sullivan 3 and 2 from Pat Spillane gave Inter the points. Ballyhar are on 18 points from their 12 games.
Killorglin moved onto 16 points and into second place on their own thanks to a 1-1 draw with Camp. Mike Breen scored for Camp who had goalkeeper Jake Courtney in great form. Jack O’Connor got the goal for Killorglin that earned them a point with three games left to play.
Mastergeeha also gained a point in a 2-2 draw with Fenit and they join Castleisland on 15 points. However Mastergeeha have only one game left while Castleisland have three. Cian McGarry and Ryan Dolan were on the mark for Fenit with Oscar and Paul O’Connor scoring for Mastergeeha.
The Park’s 5-1 win over Kingdom Boys B ensures that they will finish in second place in the League behind Killarney Celtic. Ger O’Connor from the penalty spot, Louis Ryle, Oisin Fitzgerald and 2 from Kieran Carmody gave the Park the points to secure the runners up spot.
Killarney Plaza Under 15 Div 1:
It was a mixed week for Killarney Athletic who picked up three points mid week with a 2-1 win over Killorglin but then on Saturday they went down by the same score-line to Kingdom Boys B. Athletic are now finished their League campaign and look like they will just come up short of the top two.
Team of the Week:
Iveragh United U12
Tadgh O’Cairain Gary Mathews Brian Begley Fergus O’Cairain
Camp U11 Killorglin U11 Dingle Bay U15 Camp U11
Daragh Carmody Jesse Stafford Lacey Wesley Delaney
Kingdom Boys U16 The Park U13 Killorglin U15
Jack Behan Stephen O’Sullivan Casper Malinosky
Listowel Celtic U11 Inter Kenmare U13 Killarney Celtic U11