St Bernards still lead the way
JK Sports Under 12
THERE was one mid-week game played in this Division and it saw leaders St Bernard's add another three points to their total to continue to lead the way. Goals from Mikey Clifford, Oisin Maunsell and Sean Murphy ensured St Bernard's took all three points from neighbours Asdee.
THE two Killarney Celtic sides clashed on Friday night and as expected the A's won but not without a fight from the Bs. Goals from Mairead Bennett, Ann Clifford, Kate McCarthy and Mairead Kelly were the difference.
O'Callaghan's Coaches Under 14
KILLARNEY Celtic A proved too strong for Killarney Athletic in the one midweek girls' game.
ASDEE proved too strong for a weakened Killarney Athletic B side and with Calum McSweeney hitting a hat trick, added to by two from Ben Sweeney and one each from Dan Hegarty and Stephen Lynch the points were never in doubt. Finbarr Hickey replied for Athletic.
Killarney Plaza Under 15
WITH Killarney Celtic in National Cup action second placed The Park took full advantage to close the gap on the leaders to six points and with a game in hand. Danny Brosnan topped the scoring charts with a hat-trick, Fergal Ryan got two and Ferdie O'Brien and Kieran Carmody one each.
FENIT dropped their first points in five league games as they went down to Inter Kenmare. Goals from Thomas Lenihan and Chris Murphy were not enough for the leaders to get anything out of the game.
Asdee closed the gap on the two teams above them with a 6-1 win at home to Killarney Athletic B. Cian O'Mahoney was the top scorer with four goals, while Joseph Lynch and Cillian Courtney got one each.