Weekend of action in the Even Ages

Even Age Back in Action:

JK Sports 12’s:

Premier:

Park A 1-1 Killarney Athletic

Listowel Celtic A 4-3 Killorglin.

Division 1:

Ballyhar 5-1 Inter Kenmare

Mastergeeha 5-1 Killarney Celtic B

Division 2:

Killarney Athletic B 2-4 Killorglin B

Division 3:

Listowel Celtic C 1-5 Killarney Celtic C

LB Rovers 0-4 Dingle Bay Rovers

Foundation Sports 14’s:

Premier:

Park A 9-1 Listowel Celtic A

Division 1:

Park B 8-0 Inter Kenmare

Mastergeeha 1-6 Dingle Bay Rovers

Division 2:

Camp Juniors 7-0 Killarney Celtic B

Tralee Trophy World 16’s:

Premier:

Castleisland 2-3 Park

Division 1:

Mastergeeha 6-1 Asdee

Camp Jr 0-5 Killarney Athletic

Girls:

12 Girl’s Premier:

Killarney Athletic 5-1 Killarney Celtic.

Reports:

Leaders beaten in 12 Premier:

Listowel Celtic inflicted the first loss of the season on JK Sports 12 Premier League leaders Killorglin winning by the odd goal in 7. Goals from Kieran Carroll, Josh Brosnan, Anthony Kavanagh and Rob Stack gave the North Kerry side a 4-3 win. Eoghan Hassett 2 and Adam Owens replied for Killorglin.

The Park missed the chance to join Killorglin at the top of the table as they drew 1 all with Killarney Athletic. The Tralee side are now 2 points off the lead. The game was tied at 0 all at the break but in the second half Josh O’Connell put the Park ahead aftyer 7b minutes. Conal Gallagher equalised for Killorglin 8 minutes later.

Ballyhar close the gap on sides above them in 12 Division 1:

With the clash of 3rd placed leaders Park B away to second placed Castleisland called off Ballyhar took full advantage to move into second place with a 5-1 win over Inter Kenmare at Murt Scott Park. 2 goals from Stephen Palmer and James Horgan and one from Padraig Fell gave the Park the three points. James O’Regan got the only goal for Inter.

Mastergeeha were 5-1 winners at home to Killarney Celtic B and the three points sees them move up the table. Goals from Mark O’Shea, Oran Dwyer, Darragh Foley, Daire O’Shea and Colin O’Leary gave the home side all three points. Cian McAuliffe replied for the Killarney Celtic B SIDE,

Killorglin join Iveragh United at the top of 12 Division 2:

Killorglin join Iveragh United at the top of the JK Sports 12 Division 2 after a 4-2 away win at Killarney Athletic. Ryan Diggan 2, Charlie Foley and Cian Cahillane were Killorglin goal scorers.

Joint leaders both win in Division 3:

The two sides at the joint top of the table both won away from home. Killarney Celtic C defeated Listowel 5-1 thanks to goals from Eoghan Crowley and Jim O’Brien and one from Jack O’Sullivan.

Dingle Bay Rovers also move onto 12 points and joint top spot following a 4-0 win over LB Rovers. Cormac O’Cinneide hit a hat trick which was added to by a goal from Kieran Bambury for Dingle Bay Rovers.

Park extend lead in 14 Premier:

With the leaders The Park’s game the only one going ahead in the Foundation Sports 14 Premier the Tralee side extended their lead at the top to 6 points over Killorglin. They proved too strong for Listowel Celtic with Sean McGrath hitting 3, Colin Walsh and Nathan Gleeson 2 each and Leo Gaxha getting the other goal. Andrew Murphy replied for Listowel Celtic.

Dingle Bay remain unbeaten in Division 1:

Dingle Bay Rovers are now unbeaten in their 5 games and are joint top of the table thanks to their latest win. They defeated Mastergeeha 6-1 at Kilbrean Park with Cathal O’Beaglaoi netting twice and Daire O’Beaglaoi once. Dylan Geaney, Colm O’hEartain and Aodan Devine all scored one each.

The Park B remain in third afyer their win over Inter Kenmare. TJ McMahon, Graham O’Carroll, Elliot Lynch, Gavin Burrows, Jack Burke and Conor O’Sullivan were the goal scorers.

Camp Juniors in 2nd in Division 2:

Camp Juniors moved into second place on their own with a win Killarney Celtic B. Maurice O’Connell extended his scoring run and he was joined on the score sheet by Cian Grady, Oisin Smailes, Cian Wright, Tadgh O’Connor, David Smith and Coleman O’Meara.

Mastergeeha now 5 from 5 in 16 Division 1:

Mastergeeha continue to be the team to beat in 16 Division 1 and their latest 3 points came from their win over Asdee. Paul O’Shea, Dylan Murphy and Jamie O’Shea were amongst the goal scorers.

Killarney Athletic kept pace with the teams above them as they won away at Camp Juniors. Jason Coffey 2, Reece Hegarty, Fionnbarr Hickey and Harry Potts were the Athletic goal scorers.

Girls u12 Premier:

Killarney Athletic won the 12 Girls Premier clash with their neighbours Killarney Celtic thanks to goals from Eleana Doherty 2, Eva O’Malley, Jean Foley and Sarah Maher.

Team of the Week:

                                                     Kieran Thompson            

                                                    Killarney Athletic 16

       Darragh Scanlon                Eoghan Crowley               James O’Shea        

           LBR 12’s                         Killarney Celtic 12’s           Mastergeeha 16’s

James Rusk              Josh Brosnan                     Padraig Fell               James O’Regan

Park 16’s            L.istowel Celtic 12’s             Ballyhar 12’s           Inter Kenmare 12’s

     Cormac O’Cinnaide               Cian Grady                      Eoghan Hassett

     Dingle Bay Rvs 12’s               Camp Jrs 14’s                     Killorglin 12’s