Tuesday 23 September 2014

Killarney Celtic first team into U-14 final four

Tom Hayes Memorial U-14 Cup quarter-finals

Published 17/04/2013 | 05:36

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A serious tussle for possession between Listowel Celtic's Eoin O'Connor and Mastergeeha's Seán O'Leary during their U-14 Cup game at Tanavalla on Saturday afternoon. Photo: John Reidy

KILLARNEY Celtic were the first team into the hat for the last four as they proved too strong for The Park. Mark Harnett top scored with three, including one from the penalty spot and these were added to by goals from Chris O'Donoghue and Luke O'Donoghue.

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Two goals from Dara Goulding were enough to see Listowel Celtic book their place following a 2-0 win over Mastergeeha.

U-15 Cup quarter-final

THERE was only one outcome when the quarter-final draw pitted Killarney Celtic A and B against each other. Despite the best efforts of the B's their club mates proved too strong with goals from Peter McCarthy, Mark Harnett, David Spillane, Eoin O'Donoghue, Luke O'Donoghue and Adam Drew seeing them through.

Inter Kenmare are already through with Mastergeeha v The Park and Ballyhar and Kingdom Boys still to play.

Tucker Kelly U-16 Cup quarter-finals

THE Park A and B are into the hat for the last four of the Tucker Kelly's U-16 Cup. The As were 2-0 winners over Camp while the Bs had a 3-1 win at home to Fenit. Thomas Lenihan scored for the away side, but it was enough.

Killarney Celtic B's Diego Verann scored the only goal of the quarter-final at Kilbrean Park with the Hoops winning 1-0 over Mastergeeha. Mastergeeha dominated large parts of the game, but it's all about scoring and Celtic did that, while the home side weren't able to manage it.

Their club mates on the A team were not able to match their B team compatriots. They were beaten as Celtic Park by neighbours Killarney Athletic. The blues had goals from Padraig O'Brien and Adam O'Shea as they march on to the semi-finals with Mike McCarthy getting Celtic's only reply.


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