Park the only winners in Premier

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Luke Courtney, Killarney Athletic challenging Al Padrillian, Killarney Celtic at Celtic Park, Killarney on Saturday. Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin
Luke Courtney, Killarney Athletic challenging Al Padrillian, Killarney Celtic at Celtic Park, Killarney on Saturday. Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

Premier: The Park will be happy that they were the only winners in the Premier. They had goals from Ronan O'Carroll (2) and Jamie McCartney in their 3-2 win over Killorglin. Aaron Doyle got both their goals.

Killorglin had picked up a point in mid-week in a 2-2 draw with Dingle Bay Rovers. Aaron Doyle and Charles O'Sullivan got the Killorglin goals with Pádraig Manning and Cian McGearailt on the mark for Dingle Bay.

It might have ended 0-0 between Killarney Athletic and Tralee Dynamos but it was a very good game with the Killarney side probably having the better of the first half and Dynamos just shading the second. Shane Stack and Eoin Flaherty in the goals stood out for the Tralee side.

Division 1

Killarney Athletic B made the short trip across town a winning one as they defeated Celtic B 5-2.

Dara Griffin hit three, Luke Courtney and Luke Doolan getting the goals and Brian McCarthy also impressing. It was a good second half for Athletic as they trailed 2-1 at half-time.

Tralee Dynamos also won on the road defeating Inter Kenmare 2-0 away. Mollie Duggan is proving to be a goal machine as she scored again with Shane Crossan adding the second after half time. Defensively Conor Crean and Leon O'Sullivan were excellent for Dynamos.

Camp Juniors took the points from their trip to Kilbrean Park where the beat Mastergeeha 6-2. Dean Goodwyn led the scoring for Camp Juniors getting four with David Moore and Dylan Harrington also on the score sheet.

Fenit were the fourth away team to win as they were 4-1 winners at Christy Leahy Park. Aaron Harty was certainly the difference as he hit all four goals for the winners who also had Tom Quilter impressing.

Division 2

In the Under 12 Division 2 North the mid-week game between Ballyheigue and Dingle Bay Rovers ended 1-1.

Adam Thornton scored early for Ballyheigue with Seán Ó Baoil getting the Dingle goal inside the last ten minutes. Ballyheigue needed some good saves late on from keeper Nicky Corridan to secure the points. Aaron Foley was outstanding for Dingle Bay.

Dingle Bay were also in action at the weekend but went down 2-0 to Camp Juniors B as were Ballyheigue who lost out to Park C. The Tralee sides goals came from Tadgh Foley Gaberil (2) and one each from Michael Quirke, Ethan Bollard, Cody McMahon and Edison Jahiri.

In the Southern section Inter Kenmare were 3-2 winners at home to Killarney Athletic. The home side were 3-0 up at half time thanks to goals from Darragh O'Sullivan, Darragh Sweeney and Frankie O'Shea with Jack Wiggans and Ruairi Coakley also impressing.

Maurice Joy and John O'Sullivan pulled two goals back in a great comeback by Athletic whose outstanding keeper Jack O'Donoghue also saved a penalty.

MEK had Jamie Clifford continue his impressive scoring streak as he hit five for this side yesterday. Noah O'Shea (2), Eanna Murphy and Tom O'Dowd were also on the mark in their 9-3 win. Patrick O'Donnell (2) and Brian Foley replied for Killorglin.

Iveragh United had goals from Mark O'Connor (2), Zach Driscoll, Alex Kelly, Jake Moriarty, Tadgh O'Leary and Dáithí Sugure in their home win over Mastergeeha.

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