The Park hit Listowel Celtic for six
Munster Youths Cup
Munster Youths Cup
DENNY PREMIER A' Killarney Celtic 4 Dingle Bay Rovers 2 KILLARNEY Celtic went eight points clear at the top of the division after a hard earned win over Dingle Bay Rovers.
YOU never get a boring game when you follow Shanakill Athletic as they are prolific goalscorers.
CONTROVERSY attaches itself to Luis Suarez like hardly any other footballer in the game today.
The late John Joe Naughton
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.
IT took two games, but The Park were eventually crowned Denny Premier A Champions for the 2011/2012 season.
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.
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 Clifford.
ASDEE Rovers moved four points clear at the top of this division by easily accounting for their fellow parishioners Lenamore Rovers at Craughdarrig Park.
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.
FAI UMBRO JUNIOR
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.
THERE will be a limited schedule of games next Sunday and the main focus of attention will be on The Munster Junior Cup (Kerry area) semi-finals where Tralee Dynamos play Listowel Celtic at Pat Kennedy Park and Premier A Champions The Park travel to South Kerry to play arch rivals Killarney Celtic.
MUNSTER JUNIOR CUP Classic FC 0 Listowel Celtic 4 THE final scoreline in this game might suggest that Listowel Celtic won it easily, but that was not the case as it was a close game for a long period and it was a late flurry of goals that put a gloss on it for the Fealesiders.
Relatives of a local resident who was left severely traumatised by an egg attack on his house last week have handed in a list of names to the Garda station.
SOLDIERS who served their country with pride were back in full military regalia in Tralee as the Thomas Ashe Kerry branch of Oglaigh Náisiunta na hEireann held its annual Lá na bhFíann.
Sir, The recent destruction of the demesne wall and trees at the Green, Dingle, by Kerry County Council exposes what I consider to be a fundamental problem at Kerry County Council. That is that it appears to be led by engineers, best demonstrated by the car priority network they are proceeding with in Dingle. This should have involved much more consultation and any plan to cut down trees should have been highlighted.
KILLORGLIN'S Astellas Ireland pharmaceutical plant has been named as overall winners of IBEC's annual Environmental Awards.
LINKS with the world's new superpower are being forged in a north Kerry secondary school that hosted a delegation of principals from China this week.
THE SOUTH Kerry group 'Cunamh Iveragh' are "thrilled" with the news that €20,000 of government funding has been granted to their residential project for people with special needs.
FROM our oldest monuments to our modern political and social history, a new book by a Ballyduff historian Seán Quinlan offers a remarkably comprehensive view of the big picture in Kerry.
HOW WELL do you know Killarney town? We all have a bit of local knowledge but the competitiors in this year's Christmas in Killarney Treasure Hunt needed to be on the ball as they raced around the town on Saturday, frantically deciphering clues as they sought out hidden treasure.
OVER 80 large bags of rubbish were cleared from Kerry beaches over the weekend, giving an indication of the growing threat of litter to our coastal environment.