7 A Side Monday 28th, Tuesday 29th.

Monday 28/6/10

The second week of Killarney Credit Union 7 A Side Tournament began with some over 35 action. McSorleys put up the best score with a 2-0 win over Vincent Casey L&P, while Falvey’s Thursday and Mackeys Crew played out a 1-1 draw. Last year, the Vincent Casey Life and Pensions side (under the guise of Living Legends) managed a 2-1 win over Mackies Crew and will be confident in their abilites again this year. Mackies will be gunning for revenge though and with the likes of newly eligible Alan Brady in their ranks they have a chance. Falvey's are an eager bunch and must also be fancied, while McSorleys will need all their experience to put it up to these teams.
In the regular competition, Brazzer’s Boys and Teddy O’ Connors drew 4-4 in a thriller, another draw between the Castle Inn and IC Photo. MD O’ Sheas beat The Star Bar 2-0. Boolteen’s Buckos used their 7 A Side experience to defeat the fancied Aquila Club 2-1. Jades progressed to the next stages with a very convincing 7-1 thrashing at the expense of The Bridge Bar. The Killarney Heights continued their 100% record with a 3-1 win over Falvey’s Bar, while Block’s Bricks went under to Danny’s Boys who now look a good bet for progression to the Premier knockout stages.

McSorleys 2 V 0 Vincent Casey L&P (O35’S)
Falveys Thursday 1 V 1 Mackeys Crew (O35’s)

Jades 7 V The Bridge Bar 1
Brazzers Boys 4 (Julie’s Barber Shop) V Teddy O’Connors 4
Md O’Sheas 2 V Star Bar 0
Boolteens Buckos 2 V The Aquila Club AFC 1
The Castle Inn 2 V IC Photo 2
Danny’s Army 2 V Block’s Bricks 0
Heights 3 V Falveys Bar 1

The closing date for U10 & U12 entries has been extended to Wednesday, forms available at www.killarneyathletic.com or in Killarney Credit Union.

The U14 &16 tournaments kick off on Friday at 6pm running until 9.30pm.


In Tuesday night’s Killarney Credit Union 7 A Side Tournament, teams made further inroads into reaching the next stages. In group “C”, Squires hit Subway for four and RC Frames needed just one to edge the group win from The Lane Bar.
Group “F” saw Cows Blood Boys claim their first win to leave Den Joes rooted to the bottom and hoping for more from the Reserve Cup (6-2) (Killarney Heights with 3 wins and Falvey’s progress top of the group).
There were draws between the top teams in group “G”, The Tatler Toffees and Real So So Bad (2-2), while Country Pork managed their first win, leaving Tony’s School of Motoring to edge towards the Reserve.
The top teams in Group “I”, Dungeon Turkish Delights and Smoke House, drew 1-1 while The Speakeasy found form and had a 2-1 win over Fleming’s Taxi.
The Beaufort Bar & Restaurant moved off the bottom of group “K” with a 3-1 win over The Kerry Way to secure entry to the Premier Cup and retain a chance of retaining the trophy (Jades went through on top of the group with the best 100% record in the competition).
In Over 35 action, Falvey’s Thursdays secured their first win with a 3-0 defeat of The Beaufort Bar & Restaurant.

Flemings Taxi 1 V Speakeasy 2
Dungeon Turkish Delights 1 V Smoke House 1
Squires 4 V Subway 0
The Lane Bar 0 V RC Frames 1
Tatler Toffees 2 V Real So So Bad 2
Country Pork 4 V Tony’s School of Motoring 0
Cows Blood Boys 6 V Den Joes (Killarney) 2
Beaufort Bar & Rest 3 V The Kerry Way 1
Beaufort Bar 0 (O 35’s) V 3 Falveys Thursdays (O 35’s)

The draw for the knockout stages will take place on Wednesday night @ 9.30 in Mustang Sallys.


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