Leaders share the spoils as chasing pack close the gap
Denny Premier A
CONTROVERSY attaches itself to Luis Suarez like hardly any other footballer in the game today.
The late John Joe Naughton
THE bragging rights in the Killarney town derby went to Athletic, who stopped the gallop of title chasing Celtic in the process.
WITH the top three from the South and North section of the Under 16 league going on to make up the Premier Division after the split there is still one place up for grabs in the Southern section.
WITH the FAI's Regional Centre based at Killarney Celtic and the coverage of games all around the country by International Management the pathway to wearing the green jersey for both boys and girls is now, thankfully, very wide.
FROM reading the other stories on this page you will see that the highlights of the Kerry Schoolboys Girls League easily outweigh any low lights.
DAMIAN STACK IT took two games, but The Park were eventually crowned Denny Premier A Champions for the 2011/2012 season.
DAMIAN STACK THERE was heartbreak for Listowel Celtic under-16 soccer team when the club lost out in the final of the Umbro Women's Under-16 Challenge Cup.
DAMIAN STACK ASDEE Rovers moved four points clear at the top of this division by easily accounting for their fellow parishioners Lenamore Rovers at Craughdarrig Park.
DAMIAN STACK SPEAKING after the game the manager of the Killarney Celtic side Nelius Hayes said he was very happy with the level of performance of his side.
DAMIAN STACK IT looked as if this was going to be a close game with The Park going ahead on three occasions in the first half only to be pegged back on each occasion by Rattoo, but a goal blitz by The Park in the second half led to a rout at the end. The scorers for the winners were Anthony Murphy (3), Aaron Eager Moriarty (2), Michael Conway (2), Mark O'Sullivan (2) and David...
DAMIAN STACK KILLARNEY PLAZA
WITH PAT HARTNETT THE Under 14 and Under 16 development programmes concluded in Mounthawk in Tralee on Saturday.
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WITH PAT HARTNETT MUNSTER JUNIOR CUP St Brendan's Park 5 Dingle Bay Rovers 0 THIS was a potential banana skin for The Park against a Dingle side that can defeat any team on their day.
WITH PAT HARTNETT AFTER getting to the final of the Oscar Traynor Cup last year Kerry bowed out of this year's competition at Turner's Cross last Wednesday night when they could only manage a scoreless draw against Cork AUL. They created a good few chances on the night but just could not put them away.
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