Winter Weather The Winner:

JK Sports 12 Premier:

Tralee Dynamos 1-0 Killarney Athletic

Division 2:

Tralee Dynamos B 2 -6 Killarney Athletic B

Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:

Killarney Celtic 5-2 Park

Foundation Sports 14 Division 2:

Camp Juniors 4-3 St Bernards

Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:

Killorglin 1 v 3 Mastergeeha


JK Sports 12’s:

Tralee Dynamos moved their games against Killarney Athletic to the IT All Weather pitch and this allowed both the Premier and Division 2 to go ahead.

In the Premier section it ended with a 1-0 to the home side. An Alex Hoare goal was the only score of the game which sees Dynamos half the gap to League leaders St Brendan’s Park and Killarney Celtic,

Others who played well for Dynamos were Tom Hoare, Maurice O’Connell, Dylan Walsh and Sam Callinan.

Killarney Athletic B took the points in the other game against Dynamos B. Goals from Coilte Cronin 3, Darragh Looney 2 and Jack McGuire saw win Athletic 6-2 and move to within a point of 3rd place. Niall Collins got both goals for Dynamos.

Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:

Killarney Celtic moved to the top of the Daly’s Sipervalu 13 Premier after a 5-2 win over Park. Goals for the home side came from Daniel Okute, Kieran Dennehy, Killian O’Sullivan and 2 from William Shine plus a Man of the Match performance by Cian Mahon gave Celtic the points.

Foundation Sport 14’s:

The 14 Division 2 clash of Camp Juniors and St Bernard’s was an important on for both sides. And it proved to be a thriller with Camp winning 4-3 to move them onto 12 points, the behind leaders Park D. Cian O’Grady, Maurice O’Connell, Lenny McGaley and Oisin Smailes got the Camp Juniors goals. Dylan Moriarty got 2 and Oisin Maunsell were on the mark for St Bernard’s.

Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1:

Mastergeeha made it 3 wins from 3 in the Tralee Trophy World 16 Division 1 and are only a point behind leaders The Park with two games in hand. In a tight game goals from Cian Foley, Paul O’Shea and Dylan Murphy gave the Kilbrean boys the win with Darragh O’Leary being their best player. Mark O’Connor scored for Killorglin following a free kick from David Mangan who was excellent on the day.