Denny KDL Round Up, Weekending Sunday 20th October 2019

KDL Weekly Round Up
Weekending Sunday 20th October 2019

By Tommy Naughton .



SSE Airtricity U17 Shield 1/4 Final


Cobh Ramblers 0-1 Kerry DL

After last weeks Mark Farren Cup Final disappointment Kerry bounced back with a win against Cobh Ramblers at St Colemans Park in the SSE Airtricity U17 Shield 1/4 Final. The only goal of the game came in the 70th minute when Colin Walsh scored from the penalty spot . Kerry will now be away to Athlone Town next weekend in the Semi Final with Sligo Rovers awaiting the winners in the Final.



FAI Junior Cup 3rd Round


Killarney Celtic 5-0 Coole Fc

Killarney Celtic are one of two teams from Kerry to make it into round four of the FAI Junior Cup after they easily defeated Coole Fc from Clare on Saturday afternoon. Leading three nil at half time with two first half goals from Danny Roche and one from Ryan Kelliher. Celtic made sure of their place in the fourth round when two more goals in the second half when Adam O’Rourke and Matt Keane got on the score sheet.

Ennis Town 1-2 Killarney Athletic

Killarney Athletic are the second Kerry team to make it into the fourth round draw after they travelled to Ennis on Sunday . The game finished 1-1 after ninety minutes with Tom Templeman scoring for Athletic. In Injury time Shane Lynch became the hero when his goal put Killarney into the next round.

Fenit Samphires 1-3 Lifford Fc

Clare side Lifford Fc travelled to Mounthawk Park on Sunday and book their place in the next round after they defeated Fenit Samphires. Jamie Culloty scored the only goal for Fenit against a side who have now knocked two Kerry sides out of this competition having defeated Killorglin Afc I the last round.

St Brendans Park 1-2 Shannon Olympic

Another Clare side Shannon Olympic travelled to Tralee on Sunday and booked their place in the fourth round after defeating St Brendans Park at Christy Leahy Park. Adam Ward got the only goal for St Brendans Park.

Shannon Hibs 6-0 Windmill Utd

This result made it 3-2 in favour of Clare sides in this weekends FAI Junior Cup 3rd Round when Shannon Hibs proved much to strong for Windmill United on Sunday.



Denny Premier A

Classic Fc 2-1 Tralee Dynamos

Classic Fc and Tralee Dynamos started their league seasons off on Sunday morning in a Tralee derby at Mounthawk Park. Max Mugabe opened the scoring midway through the first half when he rounded David Hennessey to roll the ball into a empty net. Minutes later it was two nil when Mike Conway intercepted a short goal kick on the edge of the penalty area and fired the ball into the far bottom corner. Tralee Dynamos got back into the game early in the second half when Ilir Sahiti picked out the run of Eoin Cassidy who slotted the ball passed the advancing Classic keeper. With twenty minutes remaining Tralee Dynamos were awarded a penalty , Billy Stack stepped up to take it but saw his effort brilliantly saved by Shane Foley. Tralee Dynamos had numerous chances in the final quarter of the game but couldn’t get passed Foley who made sure Classic got their season off to a winning start.


Denny Premier B


Castleisland Afc B 0-4 Killorglin Afc

Killorglin Afc got their first win of the season to make it four points from two games on Saturday night against Castleisland Afc B at Georgie O’Callaghan Park. Paul McKenna opened the scoring in the first half when Killorglin caught Castleisland with a quick counter attack. Lee Carey made it two nil five minutes into the second half before Eoin Clifford headed home from a Dylan O’Sullivan cornet on the hour mark. The points were made secure when Liam Carey made it four nil with less than twenty minutes remaining.

Rattoo Rovers 5-1 QPR

Rattoo Rovers are the early pace setters in Denny Premier B after they picked up their third win in four games against QPR at Ballyduff on Sunday morning. Paul Carroll scored twice for Rattoo with Aidan and Liam Boyle getting one each. Rattoo’s fifth goal came curtesy of an og. QPR playing their first league game of the season will hope for better days ahead with Shane Reen their goal scorer on Sunday.


Denny Division 2B


Classic Fc C 2-4 Windmill Utd B

Windmill United B moved to the top of Denny Division 2B on Friday night with a win over Classic Fc C at Mounthawk Park. Mark McDonnell, Fiachra Ennis, Thomas Healy and Paul Lenihan were the scorers for Windmill Utd who have now picked up 7 points from four games. The every reliable Timmy Lynch and Macaire Jordan were the goal scorers for Classic FC C.

MEK Galaxy 5-3 Clanmaurice Utd

MEK Galaxy B team made it two league wins from two on Sunday morning at the Dragons Den in Killorglin. Breandan Savage scored a hat trick for MEK Galaxy B with Mike Griffin and Jack O’Driscoll getting one each. Clanmaurice will be looking to turn things around quickly after losing their opening two league games with todays goals coming from Przemek Skrzypczak, Josh Connolly and Stephen Clifford getting their goals today.


Denny Youth League


Mastergeeha Fc 9-4 Inter Kenmare

Mastergeeha Fc have now picked up four points from their opening two league games after an impressive display against Inter Kenmare on Saturday at Kilbrean Park.  Cian Foley and Brian O’Driscoll scored two goals each for Mastergeeha with Adam O’Sullivan, Kevin Bowler, Liam Fleming, Dara Tagney, Shane Warren all getting on the score sheet for the home side.

Killarney Athletic 9-2 Castleisland Afc

Killarney Athletic sit top of the Denny Youth Division South Section after the made it two wins from Two on Saturday afternoon at Woodlawn against Castleisland Afc. Killarney Athletic’s Matt Fleming was the weekends top scorer with five goals with Jack Cooper getting two with Damien Switzer ad Ben Etzeger getting on e each.

Killorglin Afc 3-3 Killarney Celtic

After last weekends FAI Youth Cup tie needing extra time to separate these two teams this league encounter was always going to be close . Last weekend it was Killarney Celtic who came from behind to deny Killorglin the win but this weekend the roles were reversed. Gearoid Hassett scored twice for Killorglin with Jack Healy getting one while Terry Sparling scored twice for Killarney Celtic with Dylan O’Callaghan getting one .