Weekly Round Up , Weekending Sunday 21st September


By Tommy Naughton
Week No 4 ,
Week ending Sunday 21st September .

Denny Premier ‘A’
Castleisland Afc travelled to Mounthawk Park on Wednesday night to face Rattoo Rovers and went home with all three points to starts of the defence of their title .
Killarney Celtic took all the points at Celtic Park on Friday night and now are top of the table at this early stage . Killorglin had taken an early lead when a Mikey Houlihan free kick gave Gary Sugrue no chance .Killarney Celtic battled back and were 3-1 up at the break with goals from Peter McCarthy , William Courtney and Gary Keane . The second half was the Peter McCarthy show when he scored three more goals to make it four in total for the cynical striker .

Rattoo Rovers  0-3  Castleisland Afc .
Killarney Celtic  6-1  Killorglin Fc .

Denny Premier ‘B’
Ballymac Galaxy got their season off to the prefect start when they defeated Classic Fc in Mounthawk Park on Friday night . Ballymac Galaxy raced into an early lead when young Cian o Brien opened the scoring and this was soon followed by a fantastic hat trick by Paudie McCarthy to give the home side a four nil lead . The interesting thing about all four goals is that Mikey Leen had an assist for every one of them . Classic tried hard to get back into the game but could only manage to get two goals back from Timmy Lynch and Billy Clifford .
Ballymac Galaxy  4-2  Classic FC

Denny Div 1 ‘B’
CG Killarney travelled to Mounthawk Park on Friday night and took all three points from a hard fought match against Shanakill Athletic . CG Killarney were 2-1 down with less than thirty minutes remaining but staged a late comeback to secure the win . John Foley , Cian o Neill and Brendan Fuller all got to n the score sheet for the winners while Graham o Leary with a penalty and Conor Callaghan when the Shanakill Athletic scorers .
Shanakill Athletic  2-3  CG Killarney

Denny Div 2 ‘B’
Even though this game ended scoreless it was a great game of football with two sides who gave everything to try and get the three points , AC Athletic can thank their keeper Shane o Leary for keeping the game level with a tremendous reaction save from a Pa McElligott header just before the half time break . Again Shane o Leary was the hero in the second half when with ten minutes remaining he saved a Mark Dineen penalty with the rebound being crashed of the post .
AC Athletic ‘B’  0-0  Ballyheigue Athletic