Final Weekend of Fixtures -Uneven Ages

Final Weekend of 2017 Fixtures – Unevens:
JK Sports 12 Girls Premier:
Killarney Celtic Green 5–0 Killarney Celtic White
Listowel Celtic 1–2 Camp Juniors
Fenit 0–6 Inter Kenmare Blue
Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier:
Mastergeeha A 0 –3 Killarney Celtic A
Killorglin A 1–1 Park A
Killarney Athletic A 0–8 Iveragh United
Division 1:
Killarney Celtic B 0–8 Listowel Celtic
Inter Kenmare 4–2 Camp Juniors
Dingle Bay Rovers 0–1 Tralee Dynamos
Division 2:
Park B 1–1 Mastergeeha B
Killarney Plaza 15 Premier:
Mastergeeha 0–4 Camp Juniors
Killarney Celtic A 2–3 Park A
Killorglin 6-0 Inter Kenmare
Division 1:
Fenit 3–3 Tralee Dynamos
Division 2:
Park B 3–1 Windmill United
Listowel Celtic Girls 0–3 Rattoo Rovers
Sunday Subway 15’s Plate semi- final
Kerry1–0 Limerick Desmond AET

Reports:
Kerry reach inaugural Munster 15’s Plate Final:
Having just lost out by the narrowest of margins to progress to the Provincial semi-finals, they missed out by just 1 goal on goal-difference, the Kerry 15’s bounced back to reach the Plate final.
Kerry faced the Desmond League at Celtic Park and the game went all the way to extra time before John O’Connor won it for the home side.
Kerry will now travel to the winners of the other semi-final between North Tipperary and Waterford in the final of this inaugural Subway sponsored Provincial Plate competition.
Also in Inter League action Kerry continued their preparations for the 2018 Kennedy Cup with games against West Cork which they won 1-0 thanks to an Aoife Horgan goal before going down 3-2 to Clare. David Feely and Messiah Chirwa got the Kerry goals.
JK Sports 12 Girls Premier:
Killarney Celtic Green still top of the table:
The battle of the two Killarney Celtic girls in this Division proved to be an enjoyable game. The Green team are slightly more experienced than their younger White club mates who gave a good account of themselves. The goals for the Greens came from Ava O’Malley, Bronagh Dorrian, Leah McMahon, Aideen O’Brien and Katie Doe who are now unbeaten in their 4 games.
Inter Kenmare are on their heels after they defeated Fenit to win their third game from three played. Tara Desmond, Saoirse Buckley, Helena O’Donoghue, Paige Cronin, Katie O’Connor and two from Grace Foley gave Inter the points.
Camp Juniors are only three points off second after they defeated Listowel Celtic in Listowel thanks to two goals from Sinead Murphy. Kelly Enright replied for Listowel Celtic.
Iveragh United go top of 13 Premier:
Iveragh United are the new leaders of the Daly’s Supervalu 13 Premier after the climbed about Killarney Athletic after beating them in Woodlawn.
Ben O’Donoghue was on fire and his goals were added to be strikes from Kieran O’Donnell, Zack Fayen, Finn Barrett, Oisin Breen and Donagh Shine O’Sullivan. The South Kerry side move onto 7 points.
Killarney Celtic has joined Killarney Athletic in second place on 5 points after they defeated Mastergeeha 3-0 in Kilbrean Park. Nattigan Ryan put Celtic ahead and they doubled their lead from an Eoghan Crowley penalty before half time. Crowley added his second and his sides third in the second half.
Killorglin and The Park both needed the three points but in the end will probably settle for a point. Stephen Barrett put the Tralee side ahead but Dara O’Connor equalised late on for Killorglin who lost Jack Lynch to injury and we wish him a speedy recovery.
Leaders Listowel Celtic now 6 from 6:
Listowel Celtic are now on 6 wins from 6 in the 13’s Division 1 after the proved too strong for Killarney Celtic B. Their goals came from Evan Boyle 3, Cormac Dillon 2, James Wong, Rob Heffernan and Shane Horgan.
Inter Kenmare are doing everything this can to keep pressure on the North Kerry side and they are now onto 15 points after a 4-2 win over Camp Juniors. Daragh O’Sullivan hit a hat trick for Inter with Sean Treyvaud getting the other goal.
Tralee Dynamos work on the training ground paid off with a win thanks to a last minute Tom Quilligan goal that gave them all three points from their trip to Dingle Bay Rovers.
Park B miss chance to go second:
In the 13’s Division 2 the Park B missed the chance to go second as they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Mastergeeha B. Euan Evans got the goal for the visitors. The Park remain in third but close the gap to a point of second placed Killorglin.
Big day for Camp Juniors in 15 Premier:
This was a big weekend for Camp Juniors in the Killarney Plaza 15 Premier. They remain unbeaten and are now on 15 points from their 5 games played. They were 4-0 winners away to Mastergeeha with the goals coming from Kian Clancy 2, Thomas O’Donnell and Maurice O’Connell.
Their closest challengers Killorglin also won making it three wins from three games with Dylan Moriarty and Keith Evans scoring two each and Cillian Burke and Callum Russell getting one each.
The Park have moved into third place after a come from behind win over Killarney Celtic at Celtic Park. Cian McMahon and William Shine had put Killarney Celtic 2-1 up with David Callaghan replying for the Tralee side. But Cian Brosnan proved to be the match winner as he hit two late goals.
Tralee Dynamos remain in third in Division 1:
Tralee Dynamos and Fenit played out a 3-3 draw that sees Dynamos move to within two points of third place. The Tralee side took the lead through Sean Hoare but Fenit came back strongly and led 2-1 at half time thanks to goals from Danny Jeffers and Eddie McCarthy.
Dynamos got the better start of the second half and levelled matters when Andy Rogers scored. But this game was swinging to and fro and it was Fenit the stuck next with Eddie McCarthy scoring from the penalty spot.
They looked like they were going to hold on for all three points but there was more drama when Dynamos were awarded a penalty themselves. Sean Dillane made no mistake to ensure a shore of the points from both sides.
Rattoo Rovers now top of Division 2:
Rattoo Rovers have moved onto 12 points from their 4 games and have gone three points ahead of Ballyheigue who were not playing. Rattoo Rovers points come after a 3-0 score line over Listowel Celtic Girls.
The Park B will be happy to get three points as they defeated Windmill United 3-1 with Adam Murphy scoring for Windmill.
Team of the Week:
James Dowling
Tralee Dynamos 13’s
Dylan Harris Kelvin O’Sullivan Cillian O’Neill
Fenit 13’s Killarney Celtic 13’s Camp Juniors 15’s
Conor Adams Robbie Foley Dara O’Connor Adam Murphy
Inter Kenmare 13’s Listowel Celtic 13’s Killorglin 13’s Windmill United 15’s
Cian Brosnan Ben O’Donoghue Sean Horan
Park 15’s Iveragh United 13’s Tralee Dynamos 15’s