Odd goal in five does it for Killarney Celtic

Published 17/10/2012 | 09:52

■ Listowel Celtic's Micheál Kirby and Killarney Athletic's Seán O'Neill in a serious chase for control of this ball during their Under-14 Division 2 game at Tanavalla on Saturday. Photo by John Reidy

KILLARNEY Celtic are joint top of the Premier table after making it two wins from two games, this time defeating The Park by the odd goal in five. Peter McCarthy, Dara Lyne and Ryan Kelliher got the Celtic goals while Alfie Christie and Leon Shambala were on the mark for the home side.


Killorglin also have maximum points from their two games and on this occasion were too strong for Kingdom Boys who goal came from David Rogers. Gearoid Hassett hit three and Dara Purcell, Jack O'Leary, Jack O'Connor and Dylan O'Neill all added one each in Killorglin's win. Division 1 THIS was the division of shocks this weekend with Kingdom Boys dropping their first points following two wins. Listowel Celtic prevent them from making it three from three thanks to goals from Sean Murnane and Padraig Walsh.

Killarney Celtic B who went into their game also unbeaten and joint top with K Boys were held to a 4-4 draw with Mastergeeha who were making their League debut. There was a hat trick on each side with David Cantillon hitting three for the home side and Paul O'Shea replying with three for the boys from Kilbrean Park. Evan Lyne was Celtic's other scorer while David O'Suillivan did likewise for Mastergeeha.

Ballyhar will also be delighted to get three points on the board after two defeats. They were 6-2 winners over Park B. Aaron Flynn top scored on home soil in Murt Scott Park with Dylan O'Callaghan on two and one from Jack Duggan being the other scorers. Fergal O'Brien and Mark Dziedzuich got the Park's goals. Division 2 ST Bernards continue to lead the way with nine points from nine as two Keith O'Connor goals gave them all three points in their clash with Killorglin B. Camp are in joint second place after their win over Fenit. Jack Farrell got four, Tony Hoare 3 Colm Moriarty and Cillian Falvey one each as Camp made light of their trip to Fenit. Cian Donnellan did his best to keep his side in the game netting two penalties. Asdee join Camp on six points following their 2-0 win at home to Behy Rovers.

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