First Round of Sketches Uneven National Cup’s:
U13’s National Cup:
Ballymackey 1-4 Mastergeeha
Dingle Bay Rovers 1-3 Carew Park
Listowel Celtic 3-4Corbally United
Killarney Celtic 3-4 Lough Derg AET
Fenit 0-3 Fairview Rangers.
U15’s National Cup:
Camp Juniors 3-0 Ballymackey
Ballyhar 5-1 Killarney Athletic
Murroe 3-5 Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Celtic 5-4 Park
Nenagh United 0-6 Killorglin
Knockainey 3-3 Listowel Celtic AET
Listowel Celtic won 4-2 on pens.
Daly’s Supervalun 13’s
Tralee Dynamos 1-6 Park
13 Division 1:
Castleisland 1-1 Listowel Celtic B
Ballyhar 1-4 Iveragh United
13 Division 2:
Killarney Athletic B 2–4 Inter Kenmare
13 Division 3:
Fenit 6 –1 LB Rovers
MEK 5–7 Listowel Celtic C
Killarney Plaza 15’s
Fenit 6 –1 Park C
St Bernards 0-2 Rattoo Rovers
Sketchers National Cup 13’s Round 1:
Mastergeeha keep the Kerry flag flying at 13’s:
Mastergeeha made the trip to Ballymackey a winning one in the opening round of the Sketchers U13 Cup. The defeated the home side 4-1 with the goals coming from Oran Dwyer, Oisin O’Leary, Dara O’Callaghan and Ryan Daly.
The news was not as good for the other teams involved at this age group. A Ryan Scanlon Newstead goal was only a consolation as Dingle Bay Rovers lost out 3-1 away to Carew Park. The two Kerry Celtic’s went out by the odd goal in 7.
Listowel Celtic were defeated 4-3 at Corbally United with Robert Stack 2 and Aoife Horgan being their scorers.
Killarney Celtic and Lough Derg finished 3 all after normal time. William Harry, Ceryson Dauter and Sean Fitzgerald got the goals for the Killarney side. But Lough Derg won the game with a goal in the second period of extra time.
Sketchers 15’s National Cup Round 1:
5 through to 15’s Round 2:
The all Kerry clash of Killarney Celtic and The Park turned out to be a cracker with Killarney Celtic coming back from 3-0 down to win 5-4. Goals from Mervyn Shalemba, Colin Walsh and Sean McGrath put the Tralee side in the driving seat after 15 minutes.
Terry Sparling pulled a goal back before half time and early in the second half two Daniel Okute goals levelled matters. Shalemba scored his second to put the Park back in the lead but Jack O’Connor netted the equaliser, his first goal for the club. And then James Darmody hit what turned out to be the winner with 15 minutes to go.
The second all Kerry clash was in Murt Scott Park and the home side knocked out Killarney Athletic 5-1. On the mark for the home side were Craig O’Sullivan – Boyle 2, Jason Brennan 2 and Nathan O’Callaghan.
Tralee Dynamos also came from behind in their 5-3 away win at Murroe, just outside Limerick. Philip Evans scored inside 10 minutes cancelling out the Murroe lead within 2 minutes of going behind. The home side re-took the lead before half time and then went 3-1 ahead. But Dynamos trusted in their skills and two goals each by Sean Kennedy and Leo Gaxha gave the Tralee side a comfortable 2-0 win in the end.
Killorglin enjoyed a great win away to Lough Derg thanks to a Jack O’Leary hat trick, 2 from Gearoid Hassett and one from Stephen O’Loughlin.
Camp Juniors progressed without ever kicking a ball as they got a walk-over from Ballymackey.
Listowel Celtic had the toughest pathway through going all the way to penalties after a dramatic end to their game away at Knockainey. Darragh Lynch hit 2 and Conor Hogan got one to see the game end 3-3 after extra time.
Into penalty shout out and it was the North Kerry lads that held their nerve to win 4-3 after the spot kicks. Darragh Lynch, Michael Fogarty, Aodain Behan and Conor Hogan were all successful with their penalties to send Listowel Celtic through.
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s:
Park 2 from 2 in Premier:
The Park made it 2 from 2 in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier after defeating neighbours Dynamos 6-1. Colin Doody, Cianan Cooney, Adam Wharton, Messiah Chirwa, Sean O’Connor and David Feeley were all on the mark for the Park. Andy Rodgers, who had a very good game, got the Dynamos consolation.
Joint leaders in Division 1:
Iveragh United came to Ballyhar, who had won last week, and took the 3 points back to South Kerry. Sean Kennedy scored twice with Mikey Kavanagh and Breece O’Sullivan got one each in the win. James Horgan replied for the home side. Both sides are now on three points.
The points were shared between Castleisland and Listowel Celtic B with Conor Wilkinson getting the goal for the home side.
Inter win in Division 2:
Inter Kenmare looked to be cruising to an easy win over Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn as they led 3-0 at one stage. Goals from Adam Gull, Aidan Crowley and Jamie O’Regan saw the visitors in control. But credit to Athletic they fought hard and Cian Lynch pulled 2 back for the home side. However as they tried to find an equaliser Tommy O’Sullivan wrapped up the win for Inter.
Listowel Celtic out-score MEK in cracker:
Listowel Celtic and MEK hit 12 goals between them with the North Kerry side winning 7-5. Eddie Moroney took the match ball with a hat trick, Rocco Sheehan got 2 and Mark O’Sullivan Rousse the other but it wasn’t enough.
Listowel Celtic also had a hat-trick hero with Sean O’Mahony netting 3. Jack Enright got two with Stefan Carrig and Cormac Dillon both scoring one each to secure the three points for the Hoops.
Fenit bounced back from their opening day defeat to win at home to LB Rovers. Dylan Ryan, David Dineen, Eddie McCarthy and Bobby O’Connor got the goals for the winners with Mikey Dunworth replying for Rovers.
2 from 2 for Rattoo:
Rattoo Rovers followed on from their debut day win to make it two wins from two as they defeated St Bernard’s 2-0. Kevin Goulding got both with one from the penalty and the other a free kick,
Fenit bounced back from their opening day defeat with a win over Park C. Dara Heim and Conor Gaynor both scored two each with Neil Cassidy and Batt McCarthy getting one eaxh.
Team of the Week:
Ronan Teahan Darragh Scanlon Raymond O’Neill Hugh Walsh
Iveragh United 13’s LB Rovers 13’s Castleisland 13’s Ballyhar 13’s
Aodain Shanahan Andy Rodgers Sean O’Mahony Sam Bolger
Rattoo Rovers 15’s Tralee Dynamos 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s Killarney Athletic 13’s
Dylan Ryan Colin Doody
Fenit 13’s Park 13’s
First Round of Sketches Uneven National Cup’s: