Killarney Celtic join Killorglin at the top
Published 14/11/2012 | 11:29
JK SPORTS UNDER 12
Premier KILLARNEY Celtic have joined Killorglin at the top of the table on nine points, after they defeated them 4-0. Ryan Kelliher was the man on fire, netting three with Darragh Lyne getting the other goal. It was Killorglin's first dropped points in four games.
Listowel Celtic just got the better of Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn to put their first three points on the board. Jack Kennelly got Listowel Celtic's first from the penalty spot with Colin Waltz adding the second. Liam Kelliher got Athletic's goal. Divsion 1 KILLARNEY Celtic B are certainly the happiest team in Division 1 as they extended their lead at the top of the table. They defeated Kingdom Boys B, who came into the game in joint second place, 3-1 with Ben Lyne and Ian O'Connor scoring with the third an og. Pat Keane replied for Kingdom Boys who remain on six points with Celtic now moving onto 11 points. The other side in joint second at the start of play were Ballyhar but they were beaten 4-1 at home to Mastergeeha, who now take over in second place.
Paul O'Shea and Dylan Murphy both scored twice each in the Kilbrean boys' win. Dylan Callaghan replied for Ballyhar. In the other game Listowel Celtic and Park B had to settle for a point a piece as they drew 1 all and both move onto 4 points. Division 2 ONLY one game went ahead in Division 2. In the battle of the division's unbeaten sides leaders St Bernard's were the ones to extend their lead and are now unbeaten from their five League games. The defeat saw Camp drop their first points going down 2-0 to goals from Declan O'Donoghue and Oisin Maunsell.
GIRLS UNDER 12
Premier THE Under 12 Girls League kicked off last weekend with wins going to Listowel Celtic and Killarney Athletic over Kingdom Girls and Killarney Celtic respectively.
In the game in Listowel Caoimhe Spillane, Elise Harris and Rebacca Moran scored for Celtic with Rianne O'Brien replying for Kingdom Girls also have very good displays from Lucy Murphy, Kerry Oba and Katie Gunne.
Anna Hennigan, Ciara Randles and Jade Brosnan scored the goals for Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn as they won the first derby of the season over Celtic. Jillian Courtney, Katie Foulds and Fiona Galvin were the best for Athletic with Katie McCarthy, Ava Doherty and Chloe O'Connor impressing for Celtic.