Denny KDL Round Up, Weekending Sunday 27th October 2019

KDL Weekly Round Up
Weekending Sunday 27th October 2019

By Tommy Naughton .



SSE Airtricity U17 Shield Semi Final




Athlone Town






Kerry DL





Kerry have advanced for their second national final of the season after a penalty shootout win against Athlone Town on Saturday. Colin Walsh opened the scoring midway through the first half from the penalty spot. Athlone Town levelled the game with seventeen minutes remaining and with neither side able to grab a winner the game was to be decided on penalties. Both sides scored their first two penalties before Dylan Doona became the hearo. Dylan produced three fantastic penalty saves in a row to book Kerry’s place in the Shield Final. The final is to take place on Saturday November 2nd at Mounthawk Park Tralee against Sligo Rovers with a kick off time of 5pm. This will be Kerry’s last game in the 2019 Airtricity League season so hopefully we will see yet another huge crowd at this game.



FAI Oscar Traynor Trophy


Kerry DL 0-0 Limerick Desmond

Kerry DL started their Oscar Traynor Trophy campaign off with a draw on Sunday against the Limerick Desmond League. Nether side created much chances in the opening 45 minutes. The Kerry management will be happier with how Kerry took the game to their opposition in the early stages of the second half but at the same time they lacked that killer finish in front of goal and in the end a draw was probably a fair result. Kerry remaining games will be away to the Clare League and home to the Limerick District League in a group that will see the top two sides advance to the quarter final stage.



Celsius Menswear League Cup 2nd Round


Fenit Samphires 0-2 Killarney Celtic B

Killarney Celtic B are into the last eight of the Celsius League Cup after they knocked out Denny Premier A side Fenit Samphires on Friday night at Mounthawk Park Tralee. Terry Sparling and Dylan O’Callaghan were the goal scorers for Killarney Celtic B.




Denny Premier B


Rattoo Rovers 4-5 Camp United

League leaders Rattoo Rovers suffered a defeat at home to Camp United on Sunday morning which now gives Camp United two wins from two and moves them into second place. Paul Carroll, Padraig Boyle, Kevin Goulding and John McCarthy all got a goal each for Rattoo Rovers. Joe Kennedy was the top player on show grabbing a hat trick for Camp United with James Crean and Eamonn Hickson getting a goal each.



Denny Division 1A


Castlegregory Celtic 3-0 Listowel Celtic B

After an opening day defeat Castlegregory Celtic got revenge on the same opposition Listowel Celtic B on Sunday morning in Castlegregory. Maurice Slattery opened the scoring in the first half before Brandon Hoare made it two zero midway through the second half. The three points were secured when Maurice Slattery got his second from the penalty spot.



Denny Division 1B


Castlemaine Utd 4-1 Classic Fc B

Castlemaine United made it four league wins from four on Sunday morning when they defeated Classic Fc B in Castlemaine. Derry Ahern opened the scoring for Classic when he got in behind the Castlemaine defence and made no mistake with just the keeper to beat. On the half hour mark the game was level when Cathal Moriarty scored and Castlemaine were ahead at the break when Wayne Coffey scored . Wayne Coffey scored his second early in the second half with Jerome Flynn finishing the scoring with his close range effort hitting the back of the next with less that fifteen minutes remaining.

CS Clochain Breanainn 4-2 Killorglin Afc B

CS Clochain Breanainn also have made it four league wins from four after they came from behind to defeat Killorglin B at Mounthawk Park on Sunday morning. Jimmy O’Grady scored twice for the winners with Cian O’Grady and Paddy Donoghue getting a goal each. Shane Ahern and Sean Costello were the goal scorers for Killorglin B.

Killarney Athletic B 1-1 Inter Kenmare

Killarney Athletic B picked up their first point of the season on Sunday morning while Inter Kenmare remain in fourth position after this result. Darragh Siochru was the Inter Kenmare goal scorer.



Denny Division 2A


Tralee Dynamos B 4-4 CS Abbeydorney

Tralee Dynamos came from 4-2 down to claim their first point of the season against CS Abbeydorney who have now picked up two pints from their opening three league fixtures. Ronan O’Donovan scored twice for CS Abbeydorney with Oisin Maunsell and Shane Donovan getting a goal each.

Rattoo Rovers B 3-0 Kilmoyley Athletic

Rattoo Rovers B are unbeaten after three games and moved to the top of the division after a home win against Kilmoyley Athletic in Ballyduff on Sunday afternoon. Rhys Doyle scored twice with one coming from Dylan Moriarty.



FAI U17 Cup 2nd Round


St Brendans Park 2-5 Ennis Town

St Brendans Park made their exit from the FAI U17 Cup on Saturday against a strong side from Ennis Town. The game was all level at two each at half time before the visitors took control in the second half. Dan Fisher got both St Brendans Park Fc goals.

Killorglin Afc 5-2 Killarney Celtic

Killorglin Fc are the only Kerry side to make it into the 3rd round of the FAI U17 Cup with a home win against Killarney Celtic on Saturday afternoon. Mikey O’Donnell scored twice for the home side with Simon Coffey, Dylan Moriarty and Matt Reinsterina getting a goal each. Both Killarney Celtic goals came from Erin Moloney.



Denny Youth League


Killarney Athletic 6-1 Inter Kenmare

Killarney Athletic made it three league wins from three league games on Saturday afternoon against Inter Kenmare at Woodlawn Killarney. Jack Cooper scored twice for Killarney Athletic with Cian McCann, Damien Switzer, Ben Erzeger and Lawrence O’Donoghue all getting on the score sheet.



Denny U17 League


Listowel Celtic 5-3 Rattoo Rovers

Listowel Celtic got their league season off to a winning start at home to Rattoo Rovers on Saturday in Pat Kennedy Park. Darragh Quinlan was the man of the match scoring a hat trick for Rattoo Rovers