By The Phantom
Munster Junior Cup
The Muster Junior cup gets underway on Sunday with four matches in the Kerry section .
Castleisland host Mitchells Avenue again after the two sides played last weekend in the FAI Junior cup with the home team winning by the only goal off the game. With four divisions between theses teams you would feel that Castleisland should win this one again.
The day’s second fixture sees Fenit Samphires host Classic Fc. This will be Fenit’s first game of the season so little is known of how their preparation for the season has been going. As for Classic they were unlucky to lose on penalties against Newcastle West in the FAI Junior cup. This game should be close with possibly penalties needed again.
St Brendans Park host Killorglin and should be firm favourites to win this game. Killorglin found the pace hard last week in their first Premier A match and they won’t get it any easier on Sunday.
The final game sees Tralee Dynamos at home to Mastergeeha. The Tralee side should be too strong as they are at full strength with the return of Aaron Houlihan from Australia and the signing of ex League of Ireland player Sean Kelly.
Sunday 22nd September
11.30am Castleisland v Mitchell’s Avenue .
11.30am Fenit Samphires v Classic FC .
11.30am St Brendans Park v Killorglin FC .
11.30am Tralee Dynamos v Mastergeeha .
Kerry District Denny Premier ‘A’
Dingle host Camp Utd in their first game in this season’s league campaign. They showed great battling qualities in their last match in the FAI Junior Cup against St Brendans Park and if they continue this way they will give most teams problems this year. Camp Utd lost last week away to Spa Road after having won their first league game. This could well end a draw but goals will be expected.
Spa Road will host newly promoted Asdee Rovers. Asdee lost their first game last week at home to Rattoo and will be hoping to make a better task of the job in front of them this week. As for Spa Road who have played two and won two, they will be hoping the run makes in three in a row. If they commit like last weekend they could be just about be too strong for Asdee who won’t just come to make up the numbers.
The final match will see Rattoo Rovers play against Killarney Athletic. Killarney got back to winning ways last week in the FAI Junior Cup after having lost their first league game. Rattoo also won last weekend and have a win and a loss this season. If the game takes place in Ballyduff Rattoo should win, however if the game gets moved to Mounthawk Park the wider pitch will suit the passing game of Athletic.
Sunday 22nd September.
11.30am Dingle Bay Rovers v Camp Utd
11.30am Spa Road v Asdee Rovers
12.30am Rattoo Rovers v Killarney Athletic