Boys dent Killarney Celtic's ambitions
O'CALLAGHAN COACHES UNDER-14
Premier KINGDOM Boys struck the early season blow to Killarney Celtic's League hopes with a 3-2 home win. Rian O'Sullivan got all three for Kingdom Boys including one being from the penalty spot after a disputed call. Mark Harnett returned to the score sheets following a time with injuries and Cian Gammell added the second but to no avail as the points stayed in Tralee.
Mastergeeha join Kingdom Boys on six points after goals from Patrick Warren, Niall McCarthy and Brian Brosnan gave them all three points from their trip to Killorglin who did hit two themselves but came up one short.
Listowel Celtic had a good 5-2 win away to Ballyhar thanks to a Dara Goulding hat trick and one each from Adam Cronin and Maurice Dowling. David Kenny and Niall O'Donoghue were the Ballyhar goal getters.
THE Park A and Killarney Athletic A are the pace setters in Division 1 as both moved onto six points from their two games.
The Park were 5-2 winners at home to Camp. Dean O'Connell hit the hat trick with the other goals coming from Gearoid Dillane and Harry O'Callaghan.
Darren Mulcahy and Ciaran Kennedy were Listowel Celtic's scorers as they also won at Pat Kennedy Park beating Castlemaine whose only goal came from Killian Kerins who hit the net on his debut for the club.
Fenit got their League campaign up and running with a big win over Killarney Celtic B. Division 2 THIS one game played in Division 2 saw unbeaten Listowel Celtic B make it three from three as they were 5-2 winners over Killarney Athletic B. Conor Kennelly was another player who hit a hat trick on a good day for strikers.
His three were added to by one each from Michael Kirby and David Quilter.