Skechers Regional Play Offs Begin:
Nenagh 0–3 Killarney Celtic
FAI Women’s u14 Cup last 16:
Kilmore Ladies – Listowel Celtic
JK Sports 12’s Division 1:
Fenit 0 –1 Killarney Celtic B
12’s Division 2:
Tralee Dynamos 9 –0 Killarney Athletic B
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Park A 7–0 Tralee Dynamos
Park B 1 –4 Killarney Athletic
Listowel Celtic A 3 –6 Killorglin A
Division 1:
Killarney Celtic A 7–0 Castleisland
Ballyhar Dynamos 2 -1 Mastergeeha
Division 2:
Killarney Celtic B 4 –2 Inter Kenmare
Division 3:
Listowel Celtic C 3 –3 MEK
LB Rovers 1 –0 Park C
Foundation Sports 14 Premier:
Park 2-1 Camp Juniors
14’s Girls
Killorglin 0 –6 Inter Kenmare
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Park A 2 –4 Tralee Dynamos
Killarney Athletic 0 –4 Listowel Celtic
Division 1:
Ballyheigue 3– 2 Mastergeeha
Park B 0– 1 Ballyhar Dynamos
Camp Juniors 1–4 Killorglin
Division 2:
Inter Kenmare 5–0 Fenit
Rattoo Rovers 0 –1 Castleisland
Park C 2–8 Killarney Celtic C
Tralee Trophy World 16Premier:
Killarney Celtic 0-2 Park
Killarney Celtic through to Skechers Regional Semi-Finals:
Killarney Celtic were the first Kerry side in action in the new Skechers Regionals and in the 15’s they progressed to the semi-finals where they are at home to Limerick FC.
Celtic were 3-0 winners away to Nenagh to reach the Regional last 4, and are of course also in the Last 32 of the National Cup. In Nenagh the damage was done in the first half when Jack O’Connor scored twice for Celtic and Jason Kerins once to see the Hoops lead 3-0 at the break. Killarney Celtic controlled the game to book a home tie in the semi-finals.
Two games played in the 12’s Divisions:
There were only two games played in the JK Sports 12’s with Killarney Celtic B defeating Fenit 1-0 in Division 1 and Tralee Dynamos being too strong for Killarney Athletic B in Division 2.The only goal in the JK Sports 12 Division 1 game came from Killarney Celtic’s Nacho Zulategui.
Tralee Dynamos had goals from Aidan Horgan, Paddy McMahon, Jamie Lynch and Cian McCarthy amongst others in their win at home to Athletic B.
Leaders still level in 13 Premier:
The two leading sides in the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier both won to open a gap of4 points from the chasers. Killorglin A defeated 3rd placed Listowel Celtic A 6-3. Eoghan Hassett scored twice with Ryan Diggin, Jack O’Sullivan, Darragh O’Grady and Tom Whittleton. Listowel Celtic remain on 9 points and their goals came from Robert Stack, Jopseph Finch and Anthony Kavanagh.
The Park had goals from Adam Wharton 2, Colin Doody, Samuel Aladesanusi, Josh Carmody, Kieran O’Connor and Sean O’Connor from the penalty spot to defeat Dynamos and stay joint top of the table on 13 points.
Killarney Celtic open gap in Division 1:
With second placed Iveragh United not playing Killarney Celtic A took full advantage to increase the gap at the top of the table 8 points, but they have a game more played. John Kelliher with 2 and Callum O’Donoghgue, Sennan O’Leary, Cian McAulliffe, William Harty and Tedso Alonso on his debut were the Celtic scorers.
Ballyhar closed the gap on the top 3 with a 2-1 win over Mastergeeha. It was 0-0 at half time before Colm O’Shea and Colin Callaghan put the home side ahead at Murt Scott Park. Mastergeeha pulled one back late on through Colin O’Leary.
Top side open gap in Division 2 but with game more played:
Killarney Celtic B had goals from Gary Wynne, Jim O’Brien, Jack O’Sullivan and Martin O’Brien as they defeated Inter Kenmare 4-2. Celtic are now 4 points clear at the top but second placed Ballyheigue have a game in hand.
LB Rovers up to within a point of 3 in Division 3:
LB Rovers Ben Murphy got the only goal in their win over Park C moving the Lisselton/Ballybunion side to within a point of third in the Division.
3rd placed Listowel Celtic C had to settle for a point in a 3-3 draw with an improving MEK side. Killian Boyle got 2 and Shane O’Sullivan 1 for the North Kerry side. Eddie Moroney 2 and Charlie Keating gor the goals for the Mid/East Kerry side.
Park leap frog Camp in 14 Premier:
St Brendan’s Park’s 2-1 win over Camp Juniors has seen the sides swop places at the top of the table. Leon Gallagher and Darragh Caplis were on the mark for the Park.
Inter win in 14Girls Premier:
Inter Kenmare showed their experience against League newcomers Killorglin for whom Shauna Broderick was the stand out player. For Inter the goals came from Chloe Cremin, Abbie Murray, Amy Harrington, Lucy Daly and Sarah Taylor.
Dynamos in 2nd in 15 Premier:
Tralee Dynamos had an important 4-2 over neighbours Park, who were looking for three wins in a row. With leaders Killarney Celtic not playing Dynamos are now on 7 points from their 3 games, 6 behind Celtic but with two games in hand. Leo Gaxha, Soni Rramani and Junior Ankomah scored for Dynamos while Mervyn Shalemba got both goals for The Park.
Listowel Celtic A made up for a loss in their opening game with a win over Killarney Athletic. Michael Nolan scored twice with Michael Fogarty and Robert Foley getting the other goals.
Leaders beaten in Division 1 as Ballyhar close the gap:
Killorglin enjoyed a good win over League leaders Camp Juniors thanks to goals from Stephen O’Callaghan 2, Gar Hassett and an OG. Maurice O’Connell got the consolation for Camp Juniors. Ballyhar took full advantage to close the gap to Camp to a point following their 1-0 win over Park B with Patrick O’Connor getting the only goal of the game.
Ballyheigue will have enjoyed their first win of the season as they defeated Mastergeeha 3-2. Darren Lehane and Philip O’Leary scored for the Kilbrean side.
First dropped points for leaders in Division 2:
Rattoo Rovers unbeaten run in their first season in the League has come to an end after winning 5 games in a row. A penalty from Connie O’Connor gave Castleisland a 1-0 win in the battle of the top two with the gap now closed to 2 points.
Killarney Celtic B have moved up to joint 3rd after they defeated Park C thanks to goals from Harry Buckley, Cian Doe, Adam Keane, Tom Doyle, Roy Hurley, Casper Prusak, Owen Walsh and Tyrese Coffey.
Inter Kenmare got their reward for their hard work with a 5-0 win over Fenit. Sean Lucey 2, Josh Fein, Tadgh O’Donoghue and Mark Looney scored the goals for Inter.
Leaders 5 from 5 in 16 Premier:
Leaders The Park are now 6 wins from 6 after defeating Killarney Celtic 2-0. Sean McGrath and Jordan Barry got the goals.
Team of the Week:
Conor Harty
MEK 13’s
Declan O’Connor Timmy O’Halloran Adam Costello Padraig O’Connor
Ballyhar 13’s Ballyheigue 15’s Camp Juniors 15’s LB Rovers 13’s
Sean Dineen Padraig McCannon Callum O’Grady Robert Stack
Killarney Athletic 13’s Park 16’s Killarney Celtic 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s
Ko Kallawaard Stephen O’Loughlin
Inter Kenmare 15’s Killorglin 15’s