Saturday 20 September 2014

Killorglin U-12s still lead the way

Published 12/12/2012 | 12:20

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Jamey Muldoon, Killarney Athletic, on right, and Darragh Broderick, Kingdom Boys, battle for possession in his tracks in the Kerry Schoolboys U12 Premier game in Woodlawn, Killarney on Saturday. Credit: Photos by Michelle Cooper Galvin

UNDER-12 PREMIER IN the JK Sports 12 Premier Killorglin continue to lead the way as they made the long trip to Listowel Celtic a winning one. Ger Hassett and Martin Foley got the goals for the winners.

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Kingdom Boys were also on the road and they brought the points home from their clash with Killarney Athletic in Woodlawn. Leo Gaxha, Nenanja Samandzic, John Carmody and Codi Dauti were on the mark for the Tralee boys.

UNDER-12 DIVISION 1 DIVISION 1 leaders Killarney Celtic made the short trip to second placed Mastergeeha in the top of the table clash. And it was Celtic who continues to lead the way after a 3-1 victory. David Cantillon got two for the winner with Eamon Coleman getting the other goal while Paul O'Shea replied for Mastergeeha who are now in joint second place.

Joining Mastergeeha are Kingdom Boys B who missed the chance to go second on their own after they were held to a 2 all draw away to Listowel Celtic B. Jean Jervais and Patrick Keane got the goals for Kingdom Boys.

Ballyhar kept their

title hopes intact with a 3-1 win at Park B. Mark Dziedzuich netted for the home side but goals from Jack Duggan, TJ Palmer and Aaron Flynn saw Ballyhar take the valuable points.

UNDER-12 DIVISION 2 St Bernards are proving unstoppable so far in the U12 Division 2 as they have now made it 6 wins on the trot this season. They travelled for Fenit for the latest game and won 3-0 thanks to Declan O'Donoghue, Jack Sheahan and Jack Kennelly.

Camp remain in second place thanks to a 7-3 win over Killorglin. Jack Farrell netted a super 5 goals with Cillian Flavey and Gearoid Flaherty getting one each.

U-14 PREMIER THERE is a new leader at the top of the 14 Premier division with Mastergeeha taking over top spot but they do have more games played. They have moved onto 10 points, one ahead of Kingdom Boys, thanks to a 3-1 win at home to Killorglin. Patrick Warren got 2 for the winners with Brian Friel getting the other. Conor Gordon hit back for Killorglin.

U-14 DIVISION 1 THE race for second and third spots in Division 1 is a very close one so three points was vital for a number of clubs. They are all chasing The Park so are now 6 from 6 and onto 18 points thanks to goals from Conor Lowe, Dean O'Connell and Eoin Lynch 2 in a 42 win over Fenit who had been one of the sides in second place.

Killarney Athletic A and Killarney Celtic B are now joint second after wins over Camp and Castlemaine respectively. Athletic A had an outstanding performance from Lorcan McMonagle who netted five of their six goals. The other came from Darren Mulcahy in a 61 win away to Camp.

Killarney Celtic B joins Athletic on 9 points following their 3-0 win at home to Castlemaine. Kula Milazareck, Ryan Casey and Christopher Wynne were the Celtic socrers.

U-14 DIVISION 2 LISTOWEL Celtic top Division 2 after a 4-0 win away to Killarney Athletic B with the goals coming from Michael Kirby 2, Cian McCarthy and Greg Carey.

Castleisland move into second place on their own following their 2-1 win at Park B. Kevin O'Mahoney and Kevin O'Connell.

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