Castleisland 4 Camp United 0 CASTLEISLAND FC stay in the hunt for a place in the Premier A final after a comfortable 4-0 win over a depleted Camp United side. A double strike by Pat Mccarthy had them leading 2-0 at half time. A second half brace by Aidan O'callaghan keeps Castleisland on track.
Castleisland now have just three games left to play against Dingle, Inter Kenmare and Killorglin and if they win them all they will qualify to meet The Park in the final. They can afford a draw and still finish level on points with Killarney Celtic.
Meanwhile, Killarney Celtic also have another fence to jump as they are away to Rattoo Rovers in their final game and should they win that they will finish on 44 points. If they fail to win that it will make things easier for Castleisland.
Rattoo Rovers 2
Dingle Bay Rovers 3 DINGLE Bay Rovers move up to fourth place on the table with a 3-2 win over Rattoo Rovers. Shane Houlihan scored two and the other goal was scored by Pete Flannery.
DENNY DIVISION 1A
Shannon Wanderers 1 Ballyhar Dynamos 1 BALLYHAR and Shannon Wanderers shared the spoils in a close contest. Owen O'sullivan was the scorer for Ballyhar in the 50th minute and their best performers on the day were Cathal Daly, Anthony Mckenna, Michael O'connor and John Hayes. QPR 1 Ballymac Galaxy 3 BALLYMAC Galaxy moved into third position in the table and are poised to possibly qualify for the final. Killarney Celtic have their league programme completed and are on 40 points. Atletico Ardfert are in second place on 38 points and Ballymac on 37 points. Atletico Ardfert and Ballymac have one game left each so the results of these games will determine who will reach the final and a play off is a strong possibility.
DENNY DIVISION 1B
Ballyheigue 5 Killorglin FC 3 THERE was plenty of goals in this game but the Seasiders took the spoils with Jason Griffin grabbing two while Tommy O'connor, Ronan Kenny and Fran Flaherty also got on the score sheet.
DENNY DIVISION 2A
CSKA 6 Camp United 1 CSKA booked their place in the Division 2A final with a very impressive 6-1 win over Camp United. Phil Horan stole the show with a hat trick while Rugsy Bowler, Mike Griffin and Kieran O'donovan found the net for the Tralee based side.
For a long time it looked as if this Division would be a straight race between Balloonagh and Shanakill Athletic. However, CSKA had a good few games in hand and they took maximun points out of these to pip Shanakill and qualify to meet Balloonagh in the decider.
The big showdown takes place at Mounthawk Park next Sunday with the kick off at 4.30pm. This has all the ingredients of a great final and should bring a bumper crowd to Kerry soccer headquarters.