Schoolboys round-up: Points shared in Under 12 between Iveragh and MEK


SLATTERY’S CARPATES AND BLINDS UNDER 12

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The points were shared in the clash between MEK Galaxy and Iveragh United after a 1-1 draw. Jack Clifford scored for the home team while Thomas Murphy answered for the South Kerry team.

Tralee Dynamos made the trip across the road to Christy Leahy Park a win thanks to goals from Luca Fusco and Eddie Carmody.

Goals from Cillian Scannell, a free-kick and one from Noah Brosnan weren’t enough for Killarney Celtic to get anything from their home game against MEK Galaxy, who won 3-2 thanks to goals from Shea Driver, James Rooney and Charlie O’Meara.

Castleisland conceded after two minutes when Denys Mousieive scored for Killorglin, but they fought back in the second half and secured a draw thanks to a Se O’Donnell.

Goals from Thomas Murphy and Kevin Foster put Iveragh United 2-0 but Killarney Athletic struck three unanswered goals to clinch victory thanks to two goals from Eric Corcoran (two) and a goal from Leo Noonan.

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Dingle Bay Rovers celebrated a home win over Killarney Athletic B with Donnacha Ó Murchú, Liam MacGearailt, Sonai Mac an tSithigh, Conall Ó Sé, TJ Ó hÁiniféin, Jeaic Bobby Ó Sé and Tommy Ó Suilleabháin on the archway at West Kerry Club.

Aidan Lehane, Eoghan Downing, Aaron Sheehan and Micheal Kelliher scored for Inter Kenmare in their home win against Listowel Celtic B.

Division 2 North

The Ferry Rangers debuted as the youngest club in the KSBGL at the youth level.

They welcomed St. Brendan’s Park C, who won thanks to two goals each from Michael Fitzpatrick and Josh Lynch and one from Reece Mullan. Tamatea Charlie has the honor of scoring Ferry Rangers’ first goal.

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Dingle Bay Rovers Blue had a hat trick from Tommy Ferris and one each from Seosamh O’Griffin and Jonas Collins in their home win against Listowel Celtic C.

LB Rovers B left Tralee Dynamos B with all three points thanks to two goals each from Robbie Slemon and Richie Kissane and one from Cormac Hartnett. Their keeper Aaron Mulvihill ensured they kept a clean sheet and also saved a penalty.

Division 2 South

Killarney Athletic C had a good day at Woodlawn as they beat Castleisland D. The Blues’ goals came from Ben Casey (two), Atif Kazi, Shawn Prithui Kotawaroo, Mark Doona and Daniel O’Donoghue.

Inter Kenmare B beat Iveragh United B at home thanks to goals from Quillan McCarthy (two), Scott Smith and Alan Harrington.

MACRON SPORTS UNDER 13

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Darragh Keane hit three, Alan O’Leary two and Cian Maher one as Mastergeeha defeated MEK Galaxy at Kilbrean Park. Nathan O’Sullivan scored the MEK goal.

Four goals from Ryan Vickers and one from Daire Connolly earned Ballyhar Dynamos all three points in a home win over Fenit Samphires.

Listowel Celtic C made the trip to Inter Kenmare a win with two goals from Mason Sheehy Elston and one from Sean Kennelly. Noel O’Neill answered for the home side.

TILE WORLD UNDER 14

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Fabian Laska, Michael O’Riordan and Joe O’Connor were the scorers for Mastergeeha as they won 4-2 at Killorglin. Callum Robinson scored both goals for the home side.

Fenit Samphires clinched the win over Tralee Dynamos on the Ardfert Astro thanks to goals, four goals from Mikey Corridan and one from Tom Lenihan, with Johnny Neilings answering for Dynamos.

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Ballyhar Dynamos made a successful start to the campaign at Murt Scott Park, defeating LB Rovers. Aran Moriarty’s hat-trick was complemented by goals from Daniel Downes with two goals and Conor Edwards with one, while Brody Mulvihill scored both goals for the visitors.

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Tadgh O’Donoghue (two), Killian Crean and Miriam Sheahan scored for Camp Juniors as they beat Killarney Celtic B 4-1 after the game ended 1-1 at the break.

Darragh and David O’Donoghue scored for Killarney Athletic in a 2-2 home draw against St Brendan’s Park C, whose goals were scored by Calvin O’Sullivan and goalkeeper Darragh O’Connor put on an excellent game.

Alasdair Dewar and Aidan O’Sullivan Casey scored for Inter Kenmare in a 2-1 away win at Killorglin B, who had Tommy Foley on the scoresheet.

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Tralee Dynamos B made the trip to Woodlawn a win thanks to goals from Jamie Ward, Tyler Beer, Eddie Carmody and Cody Quilligan. Jack Fleming scored both Athletic goals.

Brian McGuire had a great day scoring four for Mastergeeha in their away win at Georgie O’Callaghan Park. Joe O’Connor added another one for Mastergeeha. Alan Wiezanski and Aaron McCarthy answered for Castleisland.

Goals from Cillian O’Baoill (two) and Mattie O’Halloran saw Dingle Bay Rovers win away at Ballyheigue. Both Ballyheigue goals came from Ben O’Connor.

St. Brendan’s Park D made the trip to Camp Juniors D a win. Their goals came from Jacob Piotrowski (three), Ellien Tomcrak and Ibhrahim Altyan (two each).

POWER TRAVEL UNDER 15

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St Brendan’s Park won the first clash of the season against close neighbors Tralee Dynamos as Christy Leahy Park thanks to a hat-trick from Edison Jahiri (two) from Xavier Wiensiersk and one each from Majhek Kubick and Mike Quirke. Dynamo’s goals came from Jayden Murphy (two) and FionnÓ Dailaigh.

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TRALEE TROPHY WORLD U16

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Killarney Celtic beat Mastergeeha 2-1 at home with Sean McAuliffe scoring for the visitors. Liam Hennigan scored both goals for Killarney Celtic.

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MEK Galaxy kept the points at home with a 2-1 win over LB Rovers. Ryan Brady and Tom O’Dowd scored for MEK while Genis Aldet Dalmau answered for LB.

Goals from Dáithí Sugrue and Mark O’Connor gave Iveragh United a home win over Inter Kenmare B.

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Two goals from Alvaro Martin-Mantero earned Killorglin B part of the points in their home game against Listowel Celtic B. David Lawlor and Dara Browne scored the goals for Celtic B.

In a great sign of player retention at Mastergeeha, they have a number of teams in the under-16 divisions. Here the Cs defeated the Bs 4-2. Ruairi O’Donoghue (two), Milosz Neazgod and Patrick O’Riordan scored in the Cs, while Thomas Myers scored both in the Bs.

St. Brendan’s Park B in an all-club fight against the Cs for another club that has multiple teams in the division. The Bs’ goals came from Fabian Petryszyn, Marcus Kora, Fahad Anwar, Tadgh Moylan, Thiago, Adam Bowler and Will Leahy.

Luan Xhemaili and Victor scored for the Cs, with goalkeeper Luke O’Donoghue, the standout player on the field, saving a penalty and a series of other top saves.

team of the week

Sonai Mac and tSitigh

Dingle Bay Rover U12

Kevin O’Shea Dara Harty Erion Neziri Maurice Kissane

Ballyhar Dynamos U14 Fenit Samphires U14 Tralee Dynamos U14 MEK Galaxy U13

Michael McCarthy, Michael Cullihane, Killian Murphy, Kevin Foster

Castleisland U14 Killorglin U14 Mastergeeha U14 Iveragh United U12

Barry Mulvihill, Mark Looney

LB Rovers U14 Killarney Celtic U14



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