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Thursday 24 April 2014

Killarney Athletic seal status

Castleisland's Seán O'Donoghue following the flight of his cross as Camp's Seán O'Hara arrives to challenge during their U-16 North League game in Castleisland on Saturday. Photo: John Reidy

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.

TRALEE TROPHY WORLD U-16 South

Killarney Athletic are through and ended this part of the campaign with a 2-2 draw at home to Mastergeeha. Paul O'Connor and Tadgh O'Mahoney scored for Mastergeeha, who are also through. The Park B and Killarney Celtic A drew one all which leaves the Tralee side finished on 11 points and Killarney Celtic on 10 with a game to play in the battle for the third spot. North LISTOWEL Celtic and The Park are unbeaten in their five League games to date and will meet each other in the last game before the split to see who tops the table.

Both won easily at the weekend with Listowel Celtic too strong for Killarney Celtic B. Dara Sheehy, Cathal Keane, Chris Elbell, Aidan Quirke and Jack Goulding all scored. The Park had goals from James Duggan, Dan Collins, Paudie Griffin, Jason Clifford, Murrough Connolly and Ryan Dolan in their win over Fenit. Kingdom Boys weren't playing, but are guaranteed the third place spot and a place in the Premier.

Castleisland and Camp will be in Division 1 and it was the former who won with a last minute goal when both sides met at the weekend. John McMahon and Maurice Slattery exchanged goals before Sean O'Donoghue got the winner for Castleisland in injury time.

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