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Thursday 23 October 2014

Killarney Athletic take advantage to go level at top

Published 14/11/2012 | 11:29

DENNY PREMIER 'A' Killarney Athletic 4 Inter Kenmare 2 WHILE other teams were engaged elsewhere Killarney Athletic took the opportunity to move to be joint leaders of Premier A after victory over Inter Kenmare at Woodlawn. Denis Galvin Tim O'Sullivan, Ed Sullivan and Dave Gleeson scored for the winners while Tim O'Sullivan and Keith Harrington scored for Inter Kenmare. Dingle Bay Rovers 2 Camp United 0 CAMP United missed a chance to go top of Premier A when they went down 2-0 to Dingle Bay Rovers whose scorers were Michael Flannery and Mark

O'Sullivan.

DENNY PREMIER 'B' Castlegregory 1 Mainebank FC 1 MAINEBANK seemed to be heading for victory when they lead Castlegregory 1-0 with a Mike O'Connor goal as the game went into injury time. However, Brandon Hoare secured an injury time equaliser for the West Kerry side. AC Athletic 2 Asdee Rovers 4 ON Friday evening Asdee played AC Athletic at Mounthawk Park and they had to fight hard to overcome a resiliant AC Athletic side. Athletic took the lead after 10 minutes with a thunderous volley by Shane Leahy. Billy Finucane equalised for Asdee and Jeremiah Tydings put them ahead after being set up by Darren Russell.

Just before half-time Thomas Pierse scored another and they looked comfortable at the interval. However, AC struck back again with another great volley by Shane Leahy and now the game was on tenter hooks. Both sides created a few chances without yelding a score but Asdee made the game safe with a late goal by Darren Russell. They came a cropper on Sunday when they went down 3-2 to Mastergeeha. Killorglin CF 1 Fenit 3 FENIT took the three points the Killorglin scorer was Johnny Carey.

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