U14 Final Unknown F.C. 4 Mean Machine 2
Unknown F.C. began this game in a flurry of intent and hardly let up for the twenty minutes. With Daragh Coffey and Niall O’ Connor showing well early on, it took some smart goalkeeping from Paudie Clifford to keep them out. Liam Carey soon produced the first of his hat-trick with a fine solo effort. The ploy of playing on the break paid off for Mean Machine , when Darren O’ Doherty struck the equaliser but a mix up at the back let in Carey once more for Unknown to lead 2-1 at the break.
Possibly against the run of play, David Sheerin showed nerves of steel to steer number three past Coffey and Carey’s third ended the game as a contest. Aydan Mulvanny was unlucky not to pull one back when he struck the post but Dan O’ Donoghue’s late consolation was too little too late and Unknown ran out worthy 4-2 winners.
Man of the Match: Liam Carey.
U16 Final Aidan Kennedy Electrical 3 Free Agents 1
This game proved to be a mismatch of sorts with a dominant Aidan Kennedy Electrical side proving too strong for a game Free Agents selection. Man of the match Colm Murphy produced two fine goals early on and Eoghan Horan cracked in number three before half-time.
Paul Fleming, Andrew McCarthy, Pa O’ Callaghan and captain Fachtna O’Connor did their best to get Free Agents a foothold in the game. Indeed, O’Connor pulled one back for the losers but Chris Kerley’s men simply had too much of a lead for them.
Man of the Match: Colm Murphy
Reserve Cup Final Old Dogs 1 Bayern Neverlosing 0
The low score in this decider says it all as neither team gave in an inch in the quest for the Killarney Trophy Centre sponsored Reserve Cup. A scrappy, tight opening with Anthony Wharton to the fore for Bayern suddenly erupted when Enda Prendergast relied on his striker’s instinct to give Old Dogs the lead.
Mark Dennehy and Dan O’ Sullivan pressurised Old Dogs and Donald O’ Sullivan found his way into the game but John B. O’ Donoghue had his defence well drilled and kept them out. In a bright spell for Bayern, Dan O’ Sullivan managed to hit the target from a header but there was to be no way back before half-time.
Free-kicks and physical challenges abounded in the second half but neither team looked like conceding. Denis O’ Neill and Alan Brady came more into it in midfield for Old Dogs but the introduction of Daniel Shine sparked some intent amongst the Bayern lads and the stalemate continued. In an end to end passage of play, Adrian Hegarty smashed a gilt-edged chance off the crossbar for Old Dogs and Donald replied for Bayern but just could not steer the ball on target.
The loss of Derry O’ Sullivan to injury before the game for Bayern may have been a factor in their defeat but Old Dogs will be happy that they could call on the experience and sure touches of a rejuvenated Tadhg Kelly to see out the game.
Well done to both teams for producing such an entertaining match.
The Young Ones win Over 35 Final
Over 35 Cup Final The Young One 1 Mackey’s Crew 0
The Over 35 Final saw Mackey’s Crew and the Young Ones come head to head. The Young Ones started brightly and had some early pressure. Anthony McKenna made a dangerous run into the box before his cross was cut out by the keeper and Owen O’Sullivan had a shot that just flew over the bar. Both sides were solid defensively with Sean O’Donoghue and Jameson Hughes solid at the back for Mackey’s and Michael O’Sullivan a tower of strength at the other end. Mackey’s came into the game as the half drew to a close and Alan Brady broke from midfield and shot from distance. Unfortunately for the Reserve Cup winner from the night before, his shot flew over the bar. A cagey first half ended nil all as both teams were working hard to close down the opposition and using their benches to keep their teams fresh.
In the second half it was The Young Ones who again started the better, Stephen Flynn and Anthony McKenna both threatened but couldn’t make the break through. The pace of the game began to pick up as both teams started to search for the break through. It was now Mackey’s who had a spell on top. First Brendan “Baggio” Nagle went close after he turned on a six pence at the edge of the box. A minute later he found space on the wing and crossed low into the box but former Ireland underage International Mike Moloney could not stretch far enough to apply the finishing touch.
Both teams seem to be settling for extra time when disaster struck for Mackey’s. A defensive mix up resulted in the ball breaking to Tim Foley near the corner flag. With the keeper stranded outside the box Foley showed great composure and skill to curl the ball into the empty goal with only two minutes left.
Mackey’s Crew went on an immediate attack and Sean O’Donoghue came up from the back to have a shot. Jameson Hughes had now moved up front and Martin Dwyer saved brilliantly and bravely at his feet to wrap up the win for the Ballyhar based team.
Captain Micheal O’Sullivan accepted the trophy for the Young Ones who won a bright and entertaining contest.
Tatler Toffees win classic Premier Final on Penalties
Premier Cup Final
Tatler Toffees 4 Falvey’s Bar 4 a.e.t. (Tatler Toffees won 4-1 on penalties)
The Main Event was the clash of holders, Killorglin based Falvey’s Bar, and Killarney side Tatler Toffees. In what proved to one of the best Premier Finals ever, it was Falvey’s who took an early lead when Johnny Carey applied the finishing touch to a Ross Sheehan free kick.
Indeed, Carey caused all sorts of problems for the Tatler in the opening period and he won numerous free kicks and shot over the bar after Colin Dwyer had set up an opportunity. However it was the Tatler who equalised with a chance out of the blue when a David Looney kick-out deceived everyone and Jamie Doolan found himself in the clear. He calmly volleyed past the outstretched hand of Tony Lyons in the Falvey’s goal. The action was really heating up and there was a high tempo and tough tackling by both sides. Jamie Doolan was linking the play well for the Tatler as they began to probe for openings. Doolan beat the defence on the left hand side and squared for the inrushing John Payne who was brilliantly tackled by Colin Dwyer. Minutes later Doolan again creating an opening this time for Daithi Casey whose side footed effort went just the wrong side of the post.
As half time approached it was Falvey’s who scored a great counter attacking goal. Ross Sheehan broke up a Tatler attack and he quickly transferred the ball to Carey. Carey controlled and turned and broke into the box where he was taken down by Andrew Kennelly for a penalty. Carey dusted himself down and calmly slotted home for 2-1 to Falvey’s.
However there was more drama before half time when Kennelly did well to break up a Falvey’s attack and his pass invited Daithi Casey to have a go from distance. His superb swerving strike around the defender found the bottom corner with Lyons unsighted.
A cracking first half drew to a close with the sides level at two each.
The second half began where the first half had left off with both sides showing great determination and attacking intent. The aerial threat of Carey up front and Karl Falvey when he ventured forward from the back was causing significant problems for the Tatler. At the other, John Payne’s pace and the trickery of Doolan were testing the excellent Falvey’s rearguard of Falvey and Aidan O’Connor.
Daithi Casey threatened to repeat his first half heroics after being set up by Jeff O’Donoghue, however, Tony Lyons was equal to the task.
The dangerous Doolan turned his man on the right hand side of the attack and drove into the penalty area where he showed great composure to pick out Payne for a side footed finish. However Falvey’s immediately applied pressure and won a free kick in a dangerous area. Aidan O’Connor floated the free kick to the back post where Karl Falvey rose highest to nod in an equaliser. The sides were level again at three each with twenty minutes still to play.
Both defences started to deal better with their respective opponents with Kennelly getting on top of Carey and Falvey’s beginning to crowd out the Tatler and forcing them to shoot from distance. Andrew Kennelly was also driving forward from defence and he went close after a one two with Doolan.
Free kicks and corner kicks by Falvey’s were delivered into the box with real quality and in the closing ten minutes Karl Falvey almost got on the end of a corner to nod a go ahead goal. At the other end John Payne threatened on a number of occasions, the closest being a volley on the turn from the edge of the box that flew over the bar. Not to be outdone Dwyer juggled the football at the other end before blasting a volley over the bar.
The full time whistle blew and we were headed for extra time. The game had been open and entertaining and the large crowd was looking forward to another ten minutes of high quality action. Referee Brian Healy had contributed to the free flowing nature of the game and he was ably assisted by his assistant referees, Tom Templeman and Finbarr O’Connor
Extra Time saw Tatler substitute Gavin O’Shea look lively as the Tatler looked the fitter side. O’Shea and John Payne linked up only for Payne to shoot wide with the goal at his mercy. Falvey’s went agonisingly close when Flaherty failed to make a full contact on a Dwyer corner.
As the game entered the closing two minutes, it was the Tatler who struck late when Gavin O’Shea showed a real striker’s instinct to apply the finishing touch to a Luke Quinn header.
Falvey’s looked dead and buried but their star man Carey wasn’t finished just yet. Straight from the kick off, he found himself some space and unleashed a smashing half volley to the top corner. It was a goal to light up any final and it ensured this game would be decided with the dreaded penalty shoot-out.
In the shoot-out, David Looney in goal for the Tatler proved to be the hero with two great saves and it was left to Jamie Doolan to slot home the winner. This sparked wild celebrations for the Tatler who mobbed Looney, a player more accustomed to playing in defence than in goal.
Falvey’s had contributed to a super final which all the crowd acknowledged was one of the best finals ever in terms of commitment, goals, skills and entertainment.
John Payne lifted the Trophy for the Tatler, presented by Killarney Athletic Chairman Don O’Donoghue and George McSweeney of main Sponsors the Killarney Credit Union. Jamie Doolan picked up the Man of the Match award sponsored by Umbro and presented by Sean O’Rourke of Umbro Ireland.
The prestigious Player of the Tournament award was won by Falvey’s Johnny Carey who scored many wonderful goals in the tournament. The Kieran Cahillane Trophy was presented to Johnny by James Cahillane.
So that’s it for another year from the 7 a side as once again the competition proved exactly why it is such a firm favourite.
By John B. O’ Donoghue
Killarney Credit Union 7 A Side Tournament Finals 2011
Tuesday 26th July
6.45 Under 14 Final
Mean Machine V Unknown FC
7.10 Under 16 Final
Aidan Kennedy Electrical v Free Agents
7.30 Reserve Final (20 mins. a side)
Bayern Neverlosing v Old Dogs
Wednesday 27th July
6.45 Over 35 Final (12 mins. a side)
The Young Ones v Mackeys Crew
7.20 Premier Final (30 mins. a side)
Tatler Toffees V Falveys Bar
The Killarney Athletic Grand Draw will take place at half-time in the Premier final. Get your tickets now!
1ST PRIZE: Family Holiday for Four worth €2,000
2ND PRIZE: Trip for two to see the crucial Ireland V Slovakia 2012 European Championships Qualifying Match in the Aviva Stadium, including transport and accommodation for one night.
3RD PRIZE: Weekend Break for two to a range of destinations.
4TH PRIZE: Flat Screen H.D. T.V.
5TH PRIZE: €100 vouchers.
Tickets €10.00 each or a book of 6 for €50.00. Tickets can also be purchased from any club officer or at the Killarney Outlet Centre on Saturday 23rd July from 10am-6pm.
Please come along and support your team! ALL ARE WELCOME!
Results Week 5
Monday 18th July
Under 14 Sem Shady’s 0 Little Rascals 7
Reserve Cup Semi-Finals
Old Dogs 1 Old Castle United 1 (Old Dogs won on penalties)
Reserve Bayer Neverlosing 2 The Dungeon 1
Under 16 Semi-Finals
Under 16 Semi Final Aidan Kennedy Electrical 2 No Name Club 0
Under 16 Semi Final Funzone 1 Free Agents 2Over 35 Semi-Final
Over 35 Fleming’s Taxis 1 The Young Ones 2 (after extra time)Premier Cup Semi-Final
Premier Tatler Jack 5 Mecom 2
Tuesday 19th July 2011
Under 14 Faha United 0 The Little Rascals 2
Under 14 Unbelievable Teckers 1 The Core Bouers 3
Under 14 Faha United 0 The Sem Shadys 2
Under 14 The Core Bouers 4 The Little Rascals 1
Under 14 Fusion United 0 Mean Machine 3
Under 14 Unknown FC 2 The Young Guns 0
Under 14 Omega Boys 3 Fusion United 2
Under 14 The Young Guns 0 Mean Machine 2
Under 14 Semi-Finals
Under 14 Semi Final Core Boeurs 1 Unknown FC 3
Under 14 Semi Final Mean Machine 3 Little Rascals 2 (on penalties)
Over 35 Semi-Final
Over 35 Mackey’s Crew 3 Bunkers Bar 1
Premier Cup Semi-Final
Premier Kelly’s Korner 0 Falvey’s Bar 4
FINALS FIXTURES TO FOLLOW SHORTLY…
Results Week 4
Monday 11th July
Under 16 Pink Panthers 2 Free Agents 0
Over 35 Mackeys Crew 1 The Young ones 1
Over 35 Bunkers Bar 2 Beaufort Bar 1
Premier Astellas 2 Tatler Jack 3 (after extra time)
Under 16 Aidan Kennedy Electrical 5 Killarney No Name Club 1
Over 35 MCN Associates 0 Fleming’s Taxis 3
Premier Currow City 0 Kellys Korner Sports Bar 2
Premier Ballyspillane 0 Mackeys Crew 1 (after extra time)
Premier Cedar Galaxy 4 Danny Pats 5 (won on penalties)
Tuesday 12th July
Over 35 The Young Ones 4 Country Pork 0
Premier Jades 1 Falveys Bar 3 on penalties
Premier Cone Experience 0 Mecom 4
Under 16 Future Castlemaine 0 Free Agents 4
Over 35 Bunkers Bar 5 Falvey’s Thurday 3
Premier Valdas 4 Speakeasy Soupers 2
Reserve Bayer Neverlosing 2 Leanes Tool Hire 0
Wednesday 13th July
Under 14 Young Guns 0 Omega Boys 3
Under 14 Unknown FC 0 Mean Machine 2
Under 14 Young Guns 0 Fusion United 6
Under 14 Omega Boys 0 Mean Machine 3
Over 35 Beaufort Bar 4 Falvey’s Thursday 0
Premier Tatler Jack 2 Valdas 1
Reserve Kate Kearneys 0 Old Dogs 1
Under 14 Faha United 2 The Bally Kids 0
Under 14 Unbelievable Teckers 1 The Little Rascals 5
Under 14 Faha United 0 The Core Bouers 7
Under 14 The Bally Kids 3 The Little Rascals 5
Over 35 MCN Associates 4 The Village INN 0
Reserve Galvins Bar 2 Old Castle United 2
(Old Castle United win 3-2 on penos)
Premier Falveys 4 Mackey’s Crew 0
Premier Mustang Sallys 3 Flemings Taxis 1
Thursday 14th July
Flemings Taxis 2 The Village Inn 0
Mackey’s Crew 3 Country Pork 0
Kelly’s Korner 5 Cedar Galaxy 3
Mecon 3-2 Mustang Sallys
The Dungeon 3 Killarney Vikings 1
DRAW FOR THE NEXT STAGES AT KILLARNEY ATHLETIC PARK TOMORROW (THURSDAY 14TH) AFTER THE NIGHT’S ACTION.
Killarney Credit Union Killarney Athletic 7 A Side Fixtures Week 4
N.B. TUESDAY NIGHT’S U14 FIXTURES REFIXED FOR NEXT WEEK (WEEK 5, TUESDAY 19TH JULY)
Monday 11th July 2011
6.45 Under 16 Pink Panthers v Free Agents
7.10 Over 35 Mackey’s Crew v The Young Ones
7.35 Under 16 Future Castlemaine v Free Agents
8.00 Over 35 Bunkers Bar v Beaufort Bar
8.25 Premier A Astellas v Tatler Jack
6.45 Under 16 Aidan Kennedy Electrical v Killarney No Name Club
7.10 Over 35 MCN Associates v Fleming’s Taxis
7.35 Premier C Currow City v Kelly Korner
8.00 Premier B Ballyspillane v Mackey’s Crew
8.25 Premier G Cedar Galaxy v Danny Pats
Tuesday 12th July 2011
7.35 Over 35 The Young Ones v Country Pork
8.00 Premier E Jades v Falvey’s Bar
8.25 Premier D Cone Experience v Meecom
7.10 Over 35 Bunker’s Bar v Falvey’s Thursday
8.00 Premier F Mustang Sallys v Fleming’s Taxis
8.25 Premier H Valdas Tiling v Speakeasy Soupers
Wednesday 13th July 2011
6.05 Under 14 Young Guns v Omega Boys
6.25 Under 14 Unknown FC v Mean Machine
6.45 Under 14 Young Guns v Fusion United
7.10 Under 14 Omega Boys v Mean Machine
7.35 Over 35 Beaufort Bar v Falvey’s Thursday
8.00 Premier A v H (15 Mins)
8.35 Reserve Kate Kearneys v Old Dogs
6.05 Under 14 Faha United v The Bally Kids
6.25 Under 14 Unbelievable Teckers v The Little Rascals
6.45 Under 14 Faha United v The Core Bouers
7.10 Under 14 The Bally Kids v The Little Rascals
7.35 Over 35 MCN Associates v The Village INN
8.00 Reserve Galvins Bar v Old Castle United
8.25 Premier E v B (15 Mins)
Thursday 14th July 2011
6.25 Under 14 The Sem Shadys v The Little Rascals
6.45 Under 14 The Bally Kids v The Core Bouers
7.10 Under 14 Unbelievable Teckers v The Sem Shadys
7.35 Over 35 Mackey’s Crew v The Country Pork
8.00 Reserve Bayer Neverlosing v Leane’s Tool Hire
8.25 Premier D v F (15 Mins)
6.25 Under 16 Aidan Kennedy Electrical v Free Agents
6.45 Under 16 Pink Panthers v Future Castlemaine
7.10 Under 16 Killarney No Name Club v Free Agents
7.35 Over 35 Fleming’s Taxis v The Village Inn
8.00 Reserve The Dungeon v The Killarney Vikings
8.25 Premier C v G (15 Mins)
RESULTS WEEK 3
Monday 4th July 2011
Under 16 Pink Panthers 2 Aidan Kennedy Electrical 1
Over 35 The Young Ones 0 Bunkers Bar 1
Over 35 Flemings Taxis 0 Mackey’s Crew 0
Premier E Hurricanes 0 Kellys Korner 2
Premier B Tatler Jack 3 Smokehouse 1
Under 16 Killarney No Name Club 0 Future Castlemaine 3
Over 35 Beaufort Bar 0 MCN Associates 0
Premier H Danny Pats 0 Speakeasy Soupers 2
Premier J Cedar Galaxy 2 Falveys Bar 0
Reserve Kate Kearneys 2 Revive/O’Neills 2 (4 – 3 on penalties to Kate Kearneys)
Tuesday 5th July 2011
Under 14 Unbelievable Techers 0 The Baly Boys 0
Under 14 The Sem Shadys 0 The Core Beours 3
Over 35 Fleming’s Taxis 1 Falvey’s Thursday 0
Premier I Ballyspillane 4 Squires 1
Premier F Mackey’s Crew 1 Meecom 2
Under 14 Unknown FC 5 Omega Boys 2
Over 35 Bunkers Bar 6 Village Inn 0
Premier C Currow City 1 Dunboy Greener Homes 0
Premier A Jades 0 Mustang Sallys 2
Reserve KASI 0 Galvins Bar 7
Wednesday 6th July 2011
Over 35 Falvey’s Thursday 0 Mackey’s Crew 2
Premier Cone Experience 2 Astellas 1
Premier Failte 2 Flemings 3
Premier Jades 4 Hurricanes 1
Under 14 Ballyspillane 0 Sem Shadys 0
Reserve Old Dogs 4 Malton 0
Over 35 Beaufort Bar 2 Country Pork 1
Premier Khalifa Kids 0 Bayern Neverlosing 1
FIXTURES WEEK THREE
Killarney Athletic 7 A Side
Monday 4th July 2011
6.45 Under 16 The Pink Panthers v Aidan Kennedy Electrical
7.10 Over 35 The Young Ones v Bunkers Bar
7.35 Over 35 Flemings Taxis v Mackey’s Crew
8.00 Premier E Hurricanes v Kellys Korner
8.25 Premier B Tatler Jack v Smokehouse
6.45 Under 16 Killarney NoName Club v Future Castlemaine
7.10 Over 35 Beaufort Bar v MCN Associates
7.35 Premier H Danny Pats v Speakeasy Soupers
8.00 Premier J Cedar Galaxy v Falveys Bar
8.25 Reserve Kate Kearneys v Revive/O’Neills
Tuesday 5th July 2011
6.45 Under 14 UnbelievableTeachers v The Bally Kids
7.10 Under 14 The Sem Shadys v The Core Beours
7.35 Over 35 Fleming’s Taxis v Falvey’s Thursday
8.00 Premier I Ballyspillane v Squires
8.25 Premier F Mackey’s Crew v Meecom
6.45 Under 14 Unknow FC v Omega Boys
7.10 Over 35 Bunkers Bar v Village Inn
7.35 Premier G Failte v Fleming’s Taxis
8.00 Premier C Currow City v Dunboy Greener Homes
8.25 Premier A Jades v Mustang Sallys
Wednesday 6th July 2011
6.45 Under 14 UnbelievableTeachers v Faha United
7.10 Over 35 Falvey’s Thursday v Mackey’s Crew
7.35 Premier D Cone Experience v Astellas
8.00 Reserve KASI v Galvin’s Bar
8.25 Premier Loser of A v Loser of E
6.45 Under 14 The Bally Kids v Sem Shady’s
7.10 Reserve Old Dogs v Malton
7.35 Over 35 Beaufort Bar v Country Pork
8.00 Premier Loser of B v Loser of H
8.25 Premier Khalifa Kids v Bayern Neverlosing
Thursday 7th July 2011
6.45 Under 16 The Pink Panthers v Killarney No
7.10 Under 14 Unknow FC v Fusion United
7.35 Over 35 MCN Associates v Country Pork
8.00 Premier Loser of I v Loser of F
8.25 Reserve Leane’s Tool Hire v Mixed Bag
6.45 Under 16 Aidan KennedyElectrical v Future Castlemaine
7.10 Over 35 The Young Ones v The Village Inn
7.35 Premier Loser of D v Loser of G
8.00 Reserve Azzurri v Killarney Vikings
8.25 Reserve Loser of J v Loser of C
Over 35 – Phase One
Group 1 Flemings Taxis Falvey’s Thursday Mackeys Crew
Group 2 The Young Ones Bunkers Bar The Village Inn
Group 3 Beaufort Bar MCN Associates Country Pork
Over 35 – Phase Two
Group A Winner Group 1 Second Group 2 Third Group 3
Group B Winner Group 2 Second Group 3Third Group 1
Group C Winner Group 3 Second Group 1 Third Group 2 RESULTS WEEK 2
KASI 0 The Cone Experience 8
Danny Pats 1 Failte Hotel 1
Cedar Galaxy 0 Mustang Sallys 2
Kate Kearneys 1 Dunboy Greener Homes Ltd 2
Old Castle United 2 Mixed Bag 2
Hurricanes 2 Failte Bar 0
Failte Bar 4 Leanes Tool Hire 1
Mackeys Crew 4 Revive Café/O’Neills Fish & Tackle 1
Astellas 1 Hurricanes 2
Currow City 0 Kelly Korner Sports Bar 3
Speakeasy Soupers 0 Smokehouse 0
Bayer Neverlosing 2 Azzurri 0
Galvins Bar Beaufort 0 Old Dogs
Danny Pats 5 Leanes Tool Hire 0
Speakeasy Soupers 2 Falveys Bar 0
The Dungeon 0 Valdas Tiling 7
Old Castle United 0 Mecom Ltd 4
Smokehouse 3 Bayerneverlosing 1
Old Dogs 2 The Malton 2
Revive Café/O’Neills Fish & Tackle 2 Jades 0
Currow City 2 The Khalifa Kids 0
Flemings Taxis 2 Ballyspillane 1
Astellas 3 Failte Bar 3
Kelly Korner Sports Bar 1 Tatler Jack 0
Flemings Taxis 0 Squires 2
Kate Kearneys 2 Jades 0
Mixed Bag 0 Valdas Tiling 5
KASI 2 Flemings Taxi 0
The Khalifa Kids 3 The Killarney Vikings 1
KASI 2 Ballyspillane 5
Mackeys Crew 1 Dunboy Greener Homes Ltd 4
Cedar Galaxy 6 The Malton 0
Mecom Ltd 1 The Dungeon 1
RESULTS WEEK ONE
Results of the Killarney Athletic A.F.C. 7 A Side for Monday 20th June 2011
Falveys Bar 1 Bayer Neverlosing 0
Revive Cafe/O’Neills Fishing & Tackle 1 Kate Kearneys 0
Flemings Taxis 2 The Cone experience 2
Old Dogs 0 Mustang Sallys 0
Danny Pats 0 Hurricanes 0
Cedar Galaxy 2 Galvins Bar Beaufort 1
Tatler Jack 1 Currow City 0
Valdas Tiling 3 Old Castle United 2
Speakeasy Soupers 5 Azzurri 1
Astellas 4 Leanes Tool Hire 1
Results of the Killarney Athletic A.F.C. 7 A Side for Tuesday 21st June 2011Mixed Bag 0 Mecom 0
Smokehouse 2 Azzurri 1
Squires 4 KASI 0
Kellys Korner Sportsbar 7 The Khalifa Kids 0
Mustang Sallys 7 The Malton 2
The Cone Experience 3 Ballyspillane 2
Dunboy Greener Homes Ltd 6 Revive Cafe/O’Neills Fish & Tackle 0
Mackeys Crew 2 Jades 2
Results of the Killarney Athletic A.F.C. 7 A Side for Wednesday 22nd June 2011
Mackeys Crew 3 Kate Kearneys 0
The Malton 2 Galvins Bar Beaufort 1
Jades 3 Dunboy Greener Homes Ltd 0
Falveys Bar 2 Smokehouse 0
Ballyspillane 1 Squires 0
Currow City 2 The Killarney Vikings 0
Cedar Galaxy 2 Old Dogs 0
Astellas 1 Danny Pats 1
The Dungeon 2 Mixed Bag 1
Falveys Bar 5 Azzuri 0
Speakeasy Soupers 2 Bayer Neverlosing 1
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