Final Place in Under 11 Cup claimed by Killorglin.
Results and Reports from Week ending 26th of March.
Under 11 Cup:
Killorglin 5-1 Inter Kenmare.
Killorglin booked the final place in the Last 8 of the Under 11 Cup with a 5-1 win over Inter Kenmare. Goals from Kealon Cahill, Ian McGillicuddy 2, Darragh O’Sullivan and Jonathan Kissane saw Killorgin go into the hat for Saturdays draw.
Moriartys Centra Under 11 Premier:
Killarney Celtic 4-2 Listowel Celtic:
Killarney Celtic moved 8 points ahead of second placed Kingdom Boys, who do have three games in hand, following this cracking game played under lights in Celtic Park on Tuesday night. Goals from Chris O’Donoghue, Patrick Warren, Eoin Carroll and Mark Harnett move Killarney Celtic onto 21 points. Eddie Brown and Neville MacKessey replied for Listowel Celtic.
Under 15 Premier:
Kingdom Boys 0-7 Park: The Park were too strong for their neighbours in the mid-week Tralee derby and have moved to within three points of table toppers Killarney Celtic. Greg Horan top scored for The Park with 3 while Rory Cheevers, Cian Hussey, Jessie O’Sullivan and Nathan Burke all got one each.
Saturdays Results and Reports:
Moriartys Centra Under 11 Prem:
Park 1-1 Killarney Athletic.
Iveragh United 2 – 10 Ballyhar
Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Prem:
Killarney Celtic 1-4 Park
Kingdom Boys 0-2 Listowel Celtic
Killarney Athletic 5-1 Dingle Bay Rovers.
Ballyhar 3-0 Fenit
Mastergeeha 0-1 Camp
Listowel Celtic B 0-7 Killarney Celtic B
Killarney Athletic B 3 -1 Kingdom Boys B
Killroglin B 2-3 Park B.
Killarney Plaza Under 15
Cup: Killarney Celtic 2 -0 Listowel Celtic.
Under 15 Div 1:
Camp 3-2 Killorglin
Kingdom Boys B 1-3 Park B
Inter Kenmare 1 – 3 Killarney Atheltic
Morairtys Centra Under 11 Premier:
Park 1-1 Killarney Athletic: A point a piece doesn’t really do much for these two mid-table sides. Gearoid Dillane got the goal for The Park.
League leaders Ballyhar made no mistakes and brought the three points home from their trip to Caherciveen to play Iveragh United. Niall O’Donoghue and Donnacha O’Sullivan had days to remember with both getting 4 with the other two goals came from Shane Kennedy and D.Kenny. Jack Landers and Cillian Cronin scored for home side.
Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Premier:
The Park continue to lead the way and are now 6 points clear of Killarney Athletic who move a point ahead of their neighbours Killarney Celtic.
The Park were 4-1 winners in Celtic Park thanks to goals from James Duggan 2, Jessie Stafford Lacey and Murrough Connolly. They sit top of the table on 21 points.
Killarney Athletic’s 5-1 win over Dingle Bay moves them into second on 15 points. Michael Casey 2, Gavin White 2 and one from Dylan O’Sullivan were Athletics scorers while Sean Bambury got the Dingle Bay consolation.
Ballyhar extended their lead at the top with a 3-0 win over Fenit. Mastergeeha, in joint second place, missed the chance to close the gap on the leaders going down 1-0 to Camp. Brandon Boyle was their hero with the only goal of the game to put Camp back into the hunt for a top two spot.
Killarney Celtic B who lead the way here took all three points in a 7-0 win over Listowel Celtic B. Hubert Dzidzic, Dan Cotter and Cillian Fleming all scored 2 each with Darren O’Doherty getting the other.
The Park stay seven points behind Celtic in second place with a hard fought 3-2 win over Killorglin B. Tadgh Connolly, Louis Ryle and Kieran Carmody got the goals for The Park B with Gavin McKenna and Andre O’Sullivan replied for Killorglin B.
Killarney Athletic B are the other side in joint second place and added this three points with a 3-1 win over Kingdom Boy B from whom Darcy O’Sullivan scored.
Killarney Plaza U15 Div 1:
Camp move into the lead on their own, having started the day level with Clanmaurice but were made fight all the way by Killorglin. Shane O’Riordan hit both goals for Killorglin but strikes from Hughie O’Brien, Jonathan Deane and Fionn Coakely move Camp onto 27 points and into a three point lead.
Killarney Athletic join Inter Kenmare on 16 points and in joint third place after they beat them 3-1. Stephen Harrington got the goal from Inter.
Team of the Week:
Jack Lenihan Aidan Quinn Gearoid Dillane
Killarney Athletic U13 Listowel Celtic U13 Park U11
Dan Cotter Daniel Ashe Richard O’Sullivan Cooper Kieran Carmody
Killarney Celtic u13 Killorglin U11 Inter Kenmare U11 Park U13
Brandon Boyle Sean Bambury Hughie O’Brien
Camp U13 Dingle Bay U13 Camp U15