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LB Rovers Ladies Under 14 team who played Killarney Celtic in the Kerry Schoolgirls League at Celtic Park on Saturday Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

LB Rovers Ladies Under 14 team who played Killarney Celtic in the Kerry Schoolgirls League at Celtic Park on Saturday Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

LB Rovers Ladies Under 14 team who played Killarney Celtic in the Kerry Schoolgirls League at Celtic Park on Saturday Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

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NATIONAL CUP

There were two rearranged games in the National Cups. In the Boys Under 16 Cup Ballyheigue have gone out away to Kildimo with Jack Moriarty getting the goal for the North Kerry boys.

In the Girls Under 14 Cup St Brendan’s Park lost out at home to Ballymackey 5-1 with Malwina Janowska getting the Park’s goal in a scramble.

BOYS UNDER 12 

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Premier

There were wins for Killorglin, Listowel Celtic and Mastergeeha. Killorglin were 2-1 winner at home to Killarney Celtic whose goal came from Laughlin Scannell.

Fionnain Mason scored twice for LB Rovers but his side went down away to Listowel Celtic. Alan O’Leary scored twice as Mastergeeha won away at Inter Kenmare.

Division 1 South

MEK Galaxy proved to be a little too strong for Killarney Celtic B whose goal came from Marco Mosca. For MEK, who were at home, James Murphy led the scoring and his goals in either half were added to by goals from Dara Tagney, Harry O’Mahony, Eoin Casey and Nathan O’Sullivan.

Ballyhar Dynamos scored three in each half in their win over Mastergeeha B at Mort Scott Park. Ryan Quilter had a big day hitting four with Jack Kelly and Patrick O’Connor getting one each.

The Killorglin B and Killarney Athletic B game ended in a 2-2 draw. Aodhagan O’Suilleabhain and Martin Villa got the Athletic goals. Odhran and Cormac Clifford got the goals for Killorglin who were 1-0 up at half time.

Division 1 North

Two goals each from Cillian Deady and Colin Deady and one each from Tadgh Diggins and Danny Gazi gave Fenit the win over Camp Juniors. Listowel Celtic B won 4-0 in Tralee defeating Dynmaos B. Seán Kennelly, Tyreece Mohappi, Joe Joy and Maks Tronina were on the mark for Listowel Celtic.

Ben O’Connor hit the two Ballyheigue goals, but it wasn’t enough to earn his side the points as goals from Jack Dorgan (two), Tommy Ferris and Aston Mathews gave Dingle Bay Rovers the three points.

Division 2

A hat trick from Player of the Match Ross Cronin and two from Rian Weldon saw MEK White defeat Mastergeeha C. The home side did the damage in the first half as they led 4-0 but Mastergeeha C battled very hard in the second half to their credit.

Goals from Dean O’Connor, Marcel Mszanski and Aidan Cronon gave Inter Kenmare B the win at Castleisland B with Padraig Curtain scoring for the home side.

BOYS UNDER 13

Premier

LB Rovers just got the better of Camp Juniors in Camp by the odd goal in seven.

For the home side Tadgh O’Donoghue, Killian Crean and Michael Keane were scorers while for LB Rovers goals from Brody Mulvihill, Odhran Barry, Conor O’Reilly and Liam Lynch gave them all three points.

In mid-week under the lights at Celtic Park Killarney the home side had goals from Pa McCarthy, Tristan Murphy (three) and Steven Shine. It was a good night for the O’Gorman brothers as Ross was named Player of the Match in this one and his brother Ted took the accolade in Celtic’s Under 16 game.

BOYS UNDER 14

Premier

All three possible results were seen in the premier. The game of the day and probably the comeback of the season saw Listowel Celtic come back from 4-0 down with 12 minutes to play to draw 4-4.

A Mike Quirke goal in the first half and a hat trick from Edison Jahiri put St Brendan’s Park 4-0 up as the game entered its final 12 minutes. Michael Daly pulled one back and then with two minutes left James Kissane scored what looked like a consolation. However amazingly over the next few minutes he completed his hat trick to snatch the unlikeliest of draws.

Killarney Athletic were to strong for a depleted Killorglin and won with goals from Szymon Jasinski, Ben Kelliher, Liam O’Brien, Cillian Coffey, Marcel Kowalczyk, Darragh O’Donoghue and Jake Nash.

A Rossa McGearailt hat-trick and one from Robbie Guest gave Inter Kenmare the win away at Tralee Dynamos.

Division 1

A Dara Harty hat trick and one from Conor McGibney saw Fenit Samphires win 4-3 away at Killarney Athletic B. The home sides goals came from Fionn O’Donnell, Liam Harmon and Charlie Higgins.

Killorglin B were missing a number of players as they went down to LB Rovers who goals in their win came from Alex O’Carroll, Cody Goggin, Oran O’Sullivan and Archie Walsh. Bart Flynn got the Killorglin consolation.

St Brendan’s Park B were too strong for Ballyhar Dynamos as they took the win at Mort Scott Park where Marcus Clifford was the best on the day for the home side. Rian McEvoy, Jack Daly, Johnny Neilings, Tuoyo King and Dean Courtney got the Park’s goals.

Mastergeeha had goals from Rory O’Connor, Thomas Myers, Ronan O’Connor and Conor O’Rourke in their win over Camp Juniors. Camps goal was scored by Michael Enright.

Division 2

The two early games saw wins for the home sides. Ballyheigue were 3-2 winners over St Brendan’s Park C. Their goals came from Joe Lovett 2 and George Kane while Brian Fealy got both goals for the visitors.

Roan O’Sullivan in the 35th minute and Alistair Dewar saw Inter Kenmare B 2-0 up at home to Mastergeeha B whose goal came from Billy O’Donoghue. Inter needed keeper James Law Braney to be on top form as Mastergeeha pushed all the way to the final whistle looking for an equaliser.

The afternoon game was in Georgie O’Callaghan Park as Castleisland B took on Tralee Dynamos B. Goals from William McCarthy (three), Seán O’Connor and Seán Horan gave the home side a 5-4 win. Dynamos had Jayden Moriarty, Jamie Bowler, Seán Cantwell and Daniel McCarthy on the score sheet.

BOYS UNDER 16 

Premier

With the schools out the U-16 Killarney derby took place on Thursday with Killarney Celtic defeating their neighbours Athletic 4-2. Ted O’Gorman got two with Josh Bowler and Callum Cronin getting one each for Celtic while Oisin O’Sullivan got both goals for Killarney Athletic.

Killarney Athletic made the trip on Saturday to take on Tralee Dynamos and came away with all three points thanks to goals from Brian O’Shea and Dáire Kingston.

Dingle Bay Rovers were at Inter Kenmare and were ahead twice thanks to goals from James Hoare. However, Mort O’Shea and Ben O’Callaghan scored to earn Inter a share of the points.

Killorglin were to strong for Mastergeeha at Kilbrean Park and took the win thanks to goals from Liam Hayes (three), James Jones (two) and Robert Bagget.

Castleisland were at home to St Brendan’s Park with both sides having to settle for a share of the points. Eoghan Shire and Kian Downey were on the mark for the home side.

Division 1

Two goals from Fintan O’Sullivan gave Iveragh United a 2-1 away win at St Brendan’s Park.


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