Denny KDL Round Up, Weekending Sunday 29th December 2019

KDL Weekly Round Up
Weekending Sunday 29th December 2019

By Tommy Naughton .



Denny Premier A


Killarney Athletic 0-1 Killarney Celtic

Killarney Celtic claim the bragging rights in the Killarney derby played at Woodlawn on Sunday morning. The only goal of the game came midway through the first half when Danny Roche scored from the penalty spot. This result has Killarney Celtic in third with Killarney Athletic remaining in fifth place.

Tralee Dynamos 0-1 Listowel Celtic

Listowel Celtic moved into fourth place with a win away against Tralee Dynamos at Cahermoneen on Sunday morning. Ashley Kelliher scored the only goal of the game in the dying minutes of the first half which was his ninth goal on all competitions this season. Tralee Dynamos are in sixth position after this weekend.

Classic Fc 3-0 Fenit Samphires

Classic Fc will sit top of the division as we end 2019 are they picked up all three points on Sunday morning against Fenit Samphires. Mike Conway opened the scoring from the penalty spot mid way through the first half with second half goals coming from Darcy O’Sullivan and Neil Hobbart. Fenit Samphires will start 2020 at the bottom of the division in eight position .




Denny Division 1B


Ballymac Celtic 1-2 Windmill United

Windmill United have made it back to back wins after a slow start to the season when they defeated Ballymac Celtic on Sunday afternoon at Mounthawk Park. David Kerins opened the scoring ten minutes into the second half for Windmill United. Ten minutes later the game was level when Dean O’Connell scored but five minutes later the winner came for Windmill United when Eoin Greaney scored. This result moves Windmill out of the relegation zone and up to sixth place while Ballymac remain in fourth place.



Denny Youth League


Rattoo Rovers 6-1 Fenit Samphires

Rattoo Rovers extend their lead at the top of the North section to six points while inflicting Fenit Samphires with their first league defeat of the season. Darragh Quinlan scored a hat trick for the home side with Kevin Goulding, Nathan McGrath and Dylan Moriarty all getting one each.