Killarney Athletic 3 Tralee Dynamos 0
Overall a scoreline that doesn’t do justice to the efforts of a Dynamos team who recalled a number of players. Credit to each one of the Dynamos players for their efforts in what is a difficult time for the seniors.
Killarney Athletic who top the table extending their lead tonight to 4 from Fenit and 6 ahead of Killarney Celtic and LIstowel Celtic with those sides having a game in hand.
The balance of possession was pretty equal for both sides both having spells of dominance in the game. The big talking point of the game was the opening goal for Athletic in the 33rd minute when the Dynamos line confidently called for offside but match official waved play on for Athletic to score despite the protestations of the Dynamos team and bench.
Half time the scoreline was 1 nil in favour of Athletic but Dynamos had enough play to suggest that they might get some thing from the game.
Dynamos had a huge chance with a James Sugrue cross into the box controlled by Roche 6 yards from goal and some how keeper Quill saved. Athletic got their 2nd goal on the 70th minute when a shot from distance was parried into path of the Athletic striker who slotted to the net.
The game seems to lose its spark from here with few chances created by either side with probably Jamie Doolan’s effort from 30 yards clipping the crossbar the best.
Athletic completed the scoring with the very last kick of the game to claim a well deserved victory. Dynamos with 3 games remaining will have a say in where the title goes with home games against Fenit & Kenmare and meet Listowel Celtic away.
Tralee Dynamos: Gary Sugrue, Sean Foley, Jonathan Burrows, Mark Fitzgerald, Barry O’Shea, Tony Duggan, James Sugrue, Oliver Coffey, John Foley, Danny Roche, Dylan O’Shea (Ross