Weekly Round Up , Weekending Sunday 14th September


By Tommy Naughton

Week No 3 ,
Week ending Sunday 14th September .

Keanes Jewellers Champions Trophy
Castleisland Afc advanced to the quarter final of the Munster Champions trophy with a fantastic win away against Broadford United . Castleisland ha taken an early lead with a goal from Stan Divane but found themselves 2-1 down at half time . Dean Poolman levelled matters in the second half to see the game into extra time . After twenty minutes and no more goals the tie would be decided by a penalty shoot out . In the shoot out Kevin Moran turn out to be the hero when he saved two spot kicks . Castleisland will now have a home quarter final tie against EMC from the Cork B&S League .

Broadford Utd 2-2 Castleisland Afc , Castleisland win 7-6 on penalties AET .

Denny Premier ‘A’
Tralee Dynamos picked up their first win of the season away in Dingle thanks to two goals from Gintarus Paketuras and one each from James Sugrue, Shane Guthrie & Jonathan Hannafin . Dingles goal scorers were Ryan Begley and Joe Sheehy .
St Brendans Park and Killarney Athletic share the spoils after an eight goal thriller . Jamie Doolan gave Athletic an early lead but was cancelled out by a Fergal Maunsell goal . Killarney Athletic went back in front when new signing Lubo scored in his 2nd consecutive match and then went further ahead in the second half that’s to a Gavin o Shea goal . Stefan Okunbor pulled one back for the home side before the Park levelled matters thanks to Con Barrett . Killarney Athletic again took the lead with ten minutes remaining with a goal from Caiman Mangan . St Brendans Park were then reduced to ten men after Mark o Sullivan was shown a red card but the drama was not finished as Fergal Maunsell levelled matters again in the final minute with a fantastic free kick form just out the penalty area .
Killarney Celtic travelled to Camp and took all three points thanks to goals from Joe Hurley and Cathal o Shea in the first half which was added to by a second half strike from William Courtney .

Dingle Bay Rovers 2-5 Tralee Dynamos
St Brendans Park 4-4 Killarney Athletic
Camp United 0-3 Killarney Celtic

Denny Premier ‘B’
Classic Fc and Asdee Rovers played out an entertaining game on Friday night in Mounthawk Park . Classic took an early lead when Mark Tangney headed home a Denis Cosgrove cross after good work from Kieran o Regan . Asdee drew level just before the break when Kieran o Regan handled on the line and was shown a straight red by the match referee . Gary Kissane did Brilliantly to save the penalty and the rebound but it was finally put away at the third attempt . Both teams finish with ten men after Asdee had a player sent off late in the tie .
Fenit Samphires notched up a huge score in their fist game of the season . The scorers were Daniel Clinton and Ray Walsh with two each while Ger McCarthy, Bill Mullins, Kieran O Mahony and Darren Lynch all scored a single goal each .
Inter Kenmare secured their first three points when they defeated Killarney Celtic B team in Kenmare on Sunday afternoon . Stephen o Shea bagged a brace with one each from Josh Crowley Holland, Shane o Sullivan and Aj Christian .
Spa Road travelled to Mastergeeha and got their first win of the season thanks to two goals from Danny Roche .

Classic FC 1-1 Asdee Rovers
Fenit Samphires 6-0 Ballyhar Dynamos
Inter Kenmare 5-3 Killarney Celtic B
Mastergeeha 1-2 Spa Road

Denny Div 1 ‘A’
Castleisland B team produced a strong performance on Friday night to get passed Castlemaine United . Danny Feehan gave the home side the lead within the first 10 seconds before going on to score three more goals with a man of the match display . Martin Moriarty got the only other Castleisland goal .
AC Athletic and LB Rovers played out a one one draw in Mounthawk Park on Saturday night . Ian Mannix gave LB Rovers a first half lead but this was cancelled out by John Mike Dooley with only ten minutes remaining .
CSKA Tralee and Skeliga Fc had an enthralling game in Mounthawk Park on Sunday afternoon with eight goals and four of them being scored in the last five minutes . Mike Griffin scored twice for the home side with Tommy Hayes and Phil Horan also getting on the score Sheet . Skeliga who were two down at half tight fought back to take a point with goals from Chris Farley , Stevie Boyle and two from Sean Cournane .

Castleisland ‘B’ 5-1 Castlemaine United
AC Athletic 1-1 LB Rovers
CSKA Tralee 4-4 Skeliga FC

Denny Div 1 ‘B’
Tralee Athletic took all three points from Ballyduff on Sunday morning . Luke Reidy gave the away side the lead but this was cancelled out midway through the half . Brendain Savage restored the visitors lead early in the second half and this was extended that’s to an OG . Brendain Savage got his second before Colin Slattery score the fifth for the Tralee Side . Rattoo Rovers did pull a consolation goal back before the final whistle went .
Killorglin B team got their new season off with a win against Annascaul Fc . Annascaul took the lead from a Tommy Pierce Penalty . Shane Riordan levelled matters before the break . Killorglin got off to a flyer in the second half when Shane Riordan grabbed his second . Mikey Houlihan finished off the scoring with twenty minutes remaining .

Rattoo Rovers B 2-5 Tralee Athletic
Annascaul FC 1-3 Killorglin FC B

Denny Div 2 ‘A’
Classic Fc put the disappointment from the previous week to get their first win of the season with goals from Mark Tangney , Billy Clifford , Danny Carroll and veteran Damien Reid who will surely have something to say to the A team manager Timmy Lynch after this .

Classic FC B 4-0 Sneem Santos

Denny Div 2 ‘B’
Mitchels Avenue B team continue their good start to the season when they took all three points against new boys Abhann Li . John Finn o Brien bagged a brace for the winners with the third coming from David Hennessey

Abhann Lí 1-3 Mitchels Avenue B

Denny Youths League

Killorglin Fc and Killarney Athletic share the spoils on Saturday after noon in Killorglin . Killarney Athletic dominated the first half and were ahead at the break thanks to a Mark o Shea goal . The second half saw the home side on top and got a deserved equaliser with ten minutes remaining from Darren Houlihan who was playing his first game at youth level .

Killorglin FC 1-1 Killarney Athletic

Denny U-17 League
St Brendans Park travelled to Celtic Park in Killarney to face Killarney Celtic and both sides played out and entertaining draw . Donagh o Brien gave the away side the lead in the first half which was added to by Ruairi o Kelly in the second half . Killarney Celtic never gave up and they pulled one back thanks to Stephen McCarthy and as time was drifting away they levelled matters with a goal from McCarthy again who headed powerfully home from close range .

Killarney Celtic 2-2 St Brendans Park