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Friday 29 August 2014

Kingdom Boys maintain their unbeaten run

Published 07/11/2012 | 09:47

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KILLARNEY 13

Premier LEADERS Kingdom Boys continued their unbeaten run with a win over Killarney Celtic who went into the game in joint second place. Codi Dauti, Dillon Robinson and Kevin Williams were the scorers for Kingdom Boys, while Dara Fleming and Michael Devlin scored for Killarney Celtic who remain on three points.

Listowel Celtic moved into joint second place with a 40 win over Killorglin A thanks to a Cillian Spillane hat trick. Spillane is making a habit of claiming the match ball as this was his second hat trick in consecutive games. Sean Keane was the other scorer.

Two other sides went into their clash level on three points but it was the home side who join Listowel Celtic on six. Inter Kenmare had goals from Dylan O'Connor 2, Tom Murnane and Dan McCarthy in their 4-3 win over Park A. Mike Slattery got two and Adam Ward one for the Tralee side.

Division 1

LEADERS Mastergeeha have extended their lead to three points at the top of this Division following a 3-1 win away at Killarney Athletic. Sean O'Keeffe, Conor O'Leary and David Twomey scored for the victors with Chavez replying for Athletic.

Castleisland took over from Killarney Celtic in second place after defeating The Hoops 3-2. They move onto six points thanks to goals from Ben Cooney (2), Eddie Horan. Eamon Murphy and Jason Cahillane got the Celtic goals who are only a point behind Castleisland.

Killarney Celtic C will be amongst the happiest teams after they picked up their first three points of the season. Jordan Lee put Celtic 4-0 up at half-time, but like recent games we saw across channel Camp staged a great comeback. Two goals from Jack Farrell and one from Colm Moriarty were just not enough to gain Camp a point.

A sign of how much Celtic had to battle was the fact that their goalkeeper Frank McGuire made a series of vital saves to keep his side ahead.

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