VIT HIT Schoolboys Girls League comes to an end

The Last Hurrah as the VIT HIT League comes to an end:
JK Sport 12’s
Division 1:
Park B 1-6 Killarney Athletic B
Fenit 0-3 Inter Kenmare
Division 2:
Killarney Athletic B 2-4 Tralee Dynamos
Daly’s Supervalu 13’s
Premier Play Off
Killorglin 2-2 Park AET
Killorglin win 4-2 on penalties
Division 2:
Killarney Athletic 0-3 Killorglin B
Division 3:
MEK 0-2 Park C
Foundation Sports 14
Girls Premier:
Killorglin 0-3 Listowel Celtic.
Division 1
Killarney Athletic 3-7 Killorglin B
Killarney Plaza 15’s
Premier:
Listowel Celtic 0-0 Killarney Athletic
Listowel Celtic 0-1 Park
Killarney Celtic 0-1 Park
Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier
Mastergeeha 0-0 Park A
Athletic take 12 Division 1 title:
The JK Sports 12 Division 1 title went down to the last game of the season with Killarney Athletic B needing all three points to leap from Inter Kenmare and take the honours.
And they did just that winning 6-1 thanks to goals from Neil O’Carroll 2, Tom Benson 2, Josh Coffey and Oisin Lynch in what was an excellent team performance. Athletic lost only 1 game in the League to finish on 27 points just 2 ahead of Inter Kenmare who pushed them all the way.
Inter Kenmare had gone into the lead earlier in the week with the three points from their game against Fenit.
Last win of the season see Dynamos finish second in 12’s Division 2:
Tralee Dynamos took the runners up spot behind League winner Dingle Bay Rovers in the JK Sports 12 Division 2 following their 4-2 over Killarney Athletic B. Goals from Paddy McMahon 2, Evan Quilligan and Luke Horgan saw the Tralee side sign off with a win and second spot in the Division.
13 Premier play-off goes all the way to penalties:
Killorglin and The Park finished level on 25 points after their 10 games in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier League. This meant that the title would be decided in a play-off with Killorglin looking to retain their title and this team win their third League in a row.
Killorglin went ahead in the first half thanks to a Darragh O’Grady and led at the break before Cianan Cooney equalised 10 minutes into the second half. Killorglin again took the lead 6 minutes later with Tom Whittleton scoring but Josh Connolly levelled matters inside the last 10 minutes.
There was no score in extra time with the game being decided on penalties. Credit to Killorglin they scored all their 4 penalties with Eoghan Hassett, Darragh O’Grady, Jason O’Connor and Adam Owens all hitting the net while the Park had one saved by Adam Carey and one off the crossbar.
3 Points for Killorglin B to end season:
In the 13 Division 2 Killorglin B took the points from Killarney Athletic to end the season with a win. But both sides did not trouble League winners Ballyheigue or runners up Killarney Celtic B.
Win on final day gives Park C the 13 Division 3 title:
The Park C won the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Division 3 the hard way. The defeated closest rivals Fenit last week to draw level with them but importantly they had a game in hand.
That was against MEK and credit goes to the Mid and East Kerry side who put it up to the Park even though they had nothing to play for. Goals from Darragh Cunnane and Jamie O’Shea wrapped up the title for the Tralee side.
Listowel Celtic chases down Mastergeeha in 14 Girls Premier:
Listowel Celtic remain unbeaten in their 3 games in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier after a 3-0 win over Killorglin. They are chasing Mastergeeha who are on 10 points but have played 5 games.
Killorglin B ends 14’s Division 1 with a win:
Both Killarney Athletic and Killorglin B had only pride to play for in this final game of the Foundation Sports 14 Division 1 season. Rocco Regvcan hit two for Athletic with Eoghan Mulvaney also on the mark but it was Killorglin that took the points thanks to a 7-3 win.
Park takes second in 15 Premier:
While Killarney Celtic had this Division wrapped up a few weeks ago the battle for the second spot went down to the wire. In the end The Park just got enough points to take the runners up position from neighbours Tralee Dynamos.
Park are 16 Premier Champions:
The Park are the Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier champions and they ended their campaign unbeaten going out with a 0-0 draw against Mastergeeha.
Outstanding Players this Week:
While there was not a wide enough selection of clubs in action in the last week of the season there were still some outstanding performances from:
Alex Hennigan Killarney Athletic 12’s, Paddy McMahon Tralee Dynamos 12’s, Sean Hill and Adam Carey Killorglin 13’s, Cianan Conney Park 13’s and Eoghan Mulvanney Killarney Athletic 14’s.
Still to Come:
While the Kerry Schoolboys Girls League has come to a close there is still 2 important tournaments for some of the players to look forward to.
The 14’s Boys are off to the Kennedy Cup in UL from June 12th to 16th where they are in Group 6 with Drogheda who they face on the Monday at 6pm followed by Sligo /Leitrim at 12.30pm on Tuesday and North Tipperary later that evening at 6pm.
The Kerry 14’s and 16’s Girls will take place in the Gaynor Cup from June 22nd to the 25th. The 14’s are Group 4 alongside Inishowen and North Tipperary while the 16’s will face Inishowen, Waterford, Limerick Desmond and Sligo /Leitrim in the Group stages.