This week's news -
Friday, 27th February 2015
Ross Golf Club -
On Sunday March 1st we will have an 18 hole single stableford competition.The timesheet is now available in the clubhouse so please add your name to it as soon as possible.
The MD O’Shea Spring League will commence shortly. The rules and entry sheet are available in the clubhouse so please add your name to the entry sheet now as this will fill up quickly.
Lotto Results Sunday 22nd February, 2015. Congratulations to our Jackpot €3,350 Winner Saibh Reidy, Listry.Draw Entrant Patrick Grady. Jackpot next week Sunday 29th February €2,000.
Monthly Meeting Next Meeting will take place on Monday 9th March at 9pm in the clubrooms.
East Kerry Super League 2015 Sunday 1st March at 12 o’clock Venue: Cordal. Cordal v Listry, Minor Football League 2015.
Rd 2 Saturday,7th March at 4pm Keel/Listry v John Mitchels.
East Kerry Super League 2015 Listry v Rathmore. This East Kerry league game originally fixed for Listry was transferred to Rathmore and started in wet and extremely windy conditions. Both teams lined out without regulars especially Rathmore who only had two of their O’Donoghue cup winning team on duty. Final score Listry 1-11 to Rathmore 0-4.
Minor Football League 2015 Round 1 Keel/Listry 1-12 Glenflesk 2-12.
Fundraiser The club is having a fundraiser race at Kingdom Greyhound Stadium. This will take place on Friday, 6th March. First Prize €300 worth of vouchers for the holder of the ticket with the winning combination. Tickets are €10 each and are available from the club.
Listry Social Committee We wish to thank all those who attended our Social day in Listry Community Centre on Tuesday February 24th. We look forward to welcoming you all back again on last Tuesday in March.
Meals On wheels Listry meals on wheels service operates on 3 days per week - Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The service covers the areas of Faha, Ballyhar, Listry and Milltown. Anyone in these areas who wishes to avail of the service should contact Cathriona at 087-9381063.
Club - Ladies
Results of Sunday’s Competition - 22nd February, Brosnan Family fundraiser: 1st Niamh Mason (15), Sinead Galvin (29) Ann Courtney (36) Lorna O’Leary (36) 90pts. 2nd Amy Arthur (8) Noreen Coffey (11) Mary O’Rourke (21) Frances Arthur (24) 88pts (bk9) 3rd Helen Howard (28) Evelyn O’Donoghue (33) Mairead O’Sullivan (35) Bernie Galvin (36) 88 pts
4th Lisa Kerfoot (15) Eileen Fleming (18) Sinead O’Shea (20) Mary Cronin (21) 85 pts.
Next Competition Sunday next March 1st.
Lotto No winner of our lotto 20/02/2015. Numbers drawn were 4, 6, 12 and 27. Next week’s jackpot €7,600 plus €1,000 bonus.
5K winter Series The final leg of our 5K winter series was held on Saturday last, again a big turnout on the day.
National Senior indoor Championships Mel O’Callaghan competed on Saturday last in Athlone. Mel ended his day with a PB time in his 200m and also ran well in his other race. Mel is training well and things are looking good for the season ahead.
Munster colleges Good luck to the Boherbue boys and girls from The presentation Killarney who will be representing the school at the All Ireland Schools Cross country in Kildare on Saturday 7th.
Munster U13 -U19 Indoor Championships A number of athletes from the club will be travelling to Nenagh on Saturday and Sunday. Good luck to all competitors.
Training continues in the halls for another few weeks. We are at Riocht track each Friday evening 6.30 - 7.30 p.m. Essential that all athletes have commenced their training.
Mini’s Another great training session last Saturday. There are fantastic numbers turning up to training each and every Saturday. Thanks for bringing back the envelopes for the 6 Nations raffle. Any unreturned tickets can be returned next Saturday, ahead of the draw on the 25th of February next. Training as normal next Saturday (10:30am at Knockreer).
U16’s Pan Munster U16’s - Killarney RFC 10 Skibbereen 17. Killarney U16’s hosted Skibbereen at Direen on Saturday morning in great playing conditions. The away side really played well in the first half and our lads played much better in the second half, though we went down to a better side on the day.
U18’s South Munster Under 18s League Phase 2, Kanturk RFC 5 South Kerry 69.
The game was played in perfect weather conditions. This score didn’t do justice to a gallant Kanturk team one of whose best players suffered an early injury. Thanks are due to all the supporters who travelled to cheer on the South Kerry team who played very strongly on a day where everything went well for them. Next match is on Wednesday in Killarney versus Cobh Pirates at 3.30p.m. and the team will be delighted to have even more home supporters at what will be a tough assignment.
Senior XV Munster Junior Cup: St. Mary’s RFC 44 Killarney 5. Killarney travelled to Limerick for the next round of the Munster Junior Cup on Sunday. They faced a very stiff test in St. Mary’s, a team playing well in Division 1. To be fair to the lads, the score line does not do any justice to Killarney’s scrum, which was dominant on the day. The forwards put in a massive work rate in the scrum, but St. Mary’s proved just too strong and notched up too many unanswered tries. Brian O’Sullivan got over the line for the away side, but the conversion was missed. The lads are certainly improving and have another big league game away to Limerick side Presentation, at Rathurd next Sunday. Senior training continues on Tuesday and Friday nights.
Club Draw Fundraising raffle for Ireland V England tickets is underway. Contact any member to purchase raffle tickets. All tickets to be returned to the coaches or club officers as soon as possible as the draw takes place on the 25th of February. All proceeds go towards the running of the club and development funds.
Concussion awareness training We are hoping to run a Concussion Awareness Workshop in the near future. All coaches, older payers and parents are invited to attend. We will publish details as soon as the dates and times are confirmed. Stay posted for more.
U16 Girls Div2 Gneeveguilla 54 - St. Paul’s 49. (Played 17/02/2015). Gneeveguilla shaded a close 1st qtr 13-12, but St. Paul’s led by 26-22 at the half. Best for St Paul’s were Siobhan Byrnes and Rebecca Murphy (18pts each).
Boys U18 Div2 St. Joseph’s 77 - Gneeveguilla B 40 (Played 13/02/2015). St. Gneeveguilla outscored their opponents in the final quarter and despite good defense from Gavin Cronin and Liam Murphy, St. Joseph’s were winners on the day.
Girls U17 Div1 Gneeveguilla 76 - St Ann’s 37 (Played 22/02/2015). This was Gneeveguilla’s U17 Girls last home game of the season and it was a pity that team members, Denise Cremin and Rachel Brosnan, could not play due to injuries.
U10 Blitz in Kenmare (22/02/2015). Gneeveguilla U10 boys took part in blitz day hosted by Kenmare on Sunday. The boys had a very enjoyable day and played great. They played Kenmare 1 in their first game and Kenmare 2 in their second game. Their coaches Shane O’Leary and John Hurley were delighted by the boys team play and skills learned during the season.
Congratulations to all our swimmers who took part in the Grade ‘A’ gala in Tralee recently. There were some substantial improvements by our swimmers on their own ‘personal best’ times for events and a very satisfactory collection of medals.
Under 13 Girls Margaret O’Brien took gold in the 400 metres freestyle, the 400 metres Individual Medley and in the 100 metres butterfly while Niamh Coffey won gold in the 200 metres butterfly and Treasa O’Sullivan won bronze in the 200 metres backstroke and the 400 metres Individual Medley.
Under 15 Boys Shane Kerins won gold medals in the 200 and in the 100 metres butterfly while also taking a silver medal in the 400 metres Individual Medley and 400 metres freestyle. Robert O’Brien won silver in the 100 metres breaststroke and bronze medals in the 400 metres Individual Medley and 400 metres freestyle.
Under 17 Boys Shane Courtney took bronze in the hard-fought 200 metres butterfly. Thanks to our lead-coach, Kristian O’Donovan, who gave huge support and encouragement to all our swimmers. Thanks also to all parents for travelling.
Beaufort Golf Club (Men’s Branch)
Sunday 15th February 2015 - Club Scramble. Winners: Lady Captain Eve Bird (36), Noeleen Mackassey (27) and Michael Coffey (15 ) - 37 1/7th.
FORTHCOMING EVENTS Sunday 1st March 2015 - Captains Drive In, followed by Scramble and refreshments. Drive in at 12 noon. Meet at clubhouse between 11am and 11.30am (draw for scramble will take place before Drive In with a shotgun start after).
Membership Contact Beaufort Golf Club or website www/beaufort-golf-club.com for latest offers on membership and green fees. Phone: 064 66 44440, Email: email@example.com
Results Competition played on Sunday 22nd February 2015, 12 Hole Stableford, winner Steve Shine (18) 29 pts. Overall runner up Trevor Shine (15) 27 pts Overall 3rd place Mick Clifford (22) 25 pts.
Fixtures Weekend competition, Captains, Steve Shine/Patricia Barrett drive-in on Sunday 1st March. Tee off at 9.30am (9 hole mixed Scramble). Ladies and Gents all welcome. Come along for a sociable game of golf and refreshments afterwards.
Fossa Rowing Club
Congratulations Fossa rowing club would like to congratulate and send best wishes to Declan Madden and his wife Marian on the birth of their baby boy Jacob.
Meeting The club will hold its monthly meeting on Monday 2nd March in the OKI at 9p.m. All members welcome.
Training Training continues every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7.30pm in the Old Church, Fossa. New members welcome.
EVENTS Well done to our Mens Intermediate Eight crew who competed in St. Michael’s Head Of the River on Saturday last. Taking on the local competition, the Muckross men were second to the host club’s eight from St. Michael’s RC. Well done to the crew of Brendan Sheehan, Brendan O’Neill, Maurice Coffey, Ronan Spillane, Jeremy Kenny, David McSherry, Tim O’Shea and Dan Murphy coxed by Martin Murphy. Our thanks to Alan Lyne who towed the trailer. Next up on the events calendar is the Galway Head Of the River on Saturday 14th March.
TRAINING Training continues midweek nights at the Community Centre and weekend mornings at the boathouse. It is great to see the progress of our newest members. To all our junior 14 boys and girls, keep it up! New members always welcome. Enquiries to Linda Daly 087 693 5508 / Eadaoin Moynihan 086 1529476.
FUNDRAISING A special word of thanks to Colin Baker and all the team at the Garden Restaurant of Muckross House for their recent donation to the Muckross Community Association. Proceeds of over €500 raised from donations to the restaurant’s Christmas crib were donated to the association, which will help fund the outstanding costs of the recently completed extension to the Muckross Community Centre. The club and all centre users greatly appreciate the generosity of those who donated. Míle buíochas.
CLUB COFFEE MORNING As above, the recently completed extension at the Muckross Community Centre has already provided fantastic new facilities for training. All members and family, parents of junior members and club supporters are invited to a club coffee morning this Sunday 1st March at 11am at the centre. This will provide an opportunity to see the new facilities in person and also for parents of juniors to meet with coaches. We look forward to seeing you there. Calling all bakers in the club, all refreshments and supplies welcome to help celebrate the new facilities! Watch this space also for details of the extension’s official opening.
MUCKROSS LOTTERY Saturday 21st February. Numbers drawn: 2, 13, 19, 20. No jackpot winner. Next draw Saturday 28th February at the Jarvey’s Rest (formerly Molly Darcys). Jackpot: €1,600. Match 4 plus Lucky Number in panel 2: €2,600.
St. Michael’s Head of the River Congratulations to all our juvenile crews who participated in this event last Saturday which turned out to be a very successful day for Workmen’s. Well done to Siobhan Burns who won her J161X, Mickey Joe Burns who recorded an excellent time in Masters(f) 1X, our J15 Girls quad Ciara Moynihan, Ciara Browne, Leona Browne and Annie O Donoghue who came second, J16 boys 4X, Dylan Bartlett, Ruadhan Mc Curtain, Kamil Kunicki and Donnacha Ireland who came 5th. Great results also for J18 boys Mikey O Donoghue and Tom O’Leary along with J18 girls Kayla McCarthy and Roisin O’Hare who had top ten placings in their events. A special mention for Shane Trant and Dara Fleming who did extremely well rowing in their first competitive race. Thanks to Mickey Joe for towing the boats, to all the parents who travelled and helped out on the day and particular thanks to Pat O’Donoghue whose secret recipe homemade soup appears to be the key to the club’s success.
New members of all ages, both beginners and experienced rowers, are always welcome to join Workmen’s RC; anyone interested please contact Mary on 086 8098182.
A number of County Community Games events are scheduled for the next number of weeks for the Killarney South area. These include swimming U8 and U10 19th April 10am Tralee Sports Complex, Swimming U12, U14 and U16 19th April 12.30pm Tralee Sports Complex, Soccer U10 Boys 22nd March, Quiz U14 3rd April, Projects 10th April, Basketball U11 mixed 11th April, Soccer Boys U12 26th April, Futsal Boys U15 3rd May, Gaelic Football Girls U14 4th May. Names are currently being taken for the above events and please contact Anthony Greaney for further details 087-7098695.
MENS SENIOR CUp Killarney Cougars this weekend head to the Duagh Sports Complex to meet Castleisland in the Senior Men's Cup final. Cougars have enjoyed a great season to date with only one defeat all season and that to St. Marys in the league in early January. Another close contest is expected and Cougars will need to hit top form to come through the teams will also meet in the league decider next week also in the final league game of the season with St. Marys enjoying home advantage for the decider in the league. The game tips off at 6pm on Sunday evening March 1st and all support is welcome.
Women’s Div. 1 St. Marys Castleisland 57 Killarney Cougars 52. St. Marys hosted the Cougars at the Castleisland Community Center in the deciding game of the Division 1 League and the home side came from behind in the final quarter to claim the win and the League title in a closely contested game.
Mens Div. II Killarney Cougars 84 Tralee Tigers 58. Cougars final mens home game of the season saw the Tigers come to the Pres Gym and they found the Cougars in top form on the night. Cougars finished this game in comfortable fashion with all the ten players on the panel enjoying good minutes on the court to defeat the Tigers.
Kerry Masters 2015 Team Kerry Cougars Masters team competed in the Moyderwell at the weekend and enjoyed a successful run to the final with victories over Cork Masters/Neptune 40-32, Galway Masters 35-30 and Cork Celts/Demons 46-35 to reach the final before losing out in a great final to Tournament favourites Trailblazers 47-36. The Cougars topped their group on Saturday defeating two fancied sides from Galway and Cork. Their good form continued in the semi final win over another Cork side before finally losing out in a very exciting final. The event in aid of Recovery Haven was well supported by the twelve teams men's and womens competing.
U15 CLBB Girls Div 1 Killarney Cougars 49
Midleton 44. Cougars venture into the Cork league has hit a rich vein of form in recent weeks with victories on the road against Brunell Cork, St Colm’s Limerick and home to Mallow. On Saturday evening Cougars hosted Midleton at the Pres Gym and the Cougars continued their winning streak with a narrow hard earned win over the Cork side.
FIXTURES Saturday February 28th U15 Girls CLBB v Ballincollig 4.15pm Pres Gym.
Sunday March 1st Kerry Senior Mens Cup Final St. Marys Castleisland v Killarney Cougars at 6pm in Duagh.
Wednesday March 4th Div. 1 Women
Killarney Cougars v Kcyms 7pm Pres Gym.
Thursday March 5th Mens Div II St. Marys v Killarney Cougars 7.15pm Pres Castleisland Community Center.
Academy Training Resumes this Friday after the Mid term break, on this Friday February 27th.
A full list of the latest training times and upcoming fixtures is available on the website www.killarneycougars.com
Membership is now due for renewal,the rates for 2015 including registration to PPUI are as follows: Single Adult €120, Family (two adults and up to three children up to age of 18 years) €200, Juvenile and OAP €75. Membership will be taken at clubhouse on tomorrow Saturday February 28th from 11.15 to 12noon and again on Sunday from 11am until 12noon. Please note that those playing in this years Bob Casey Inter-club competition will be obliged to have their membership renewed in full by the 8th of March as registration can take up to five days to complete at the PPUI Headquarters. For more information please contact either Colm at 087-7673742 or Sean at 086-0508686.
Inter Club Competition The following are the Deerpark teams to compete in the Inter-Club competition,on this Sunday March 1st. Team (A) Damian Fleming, Conor McCarthy, Ger Casey, Paddy Murphy, James Fleming, Michael Cronin, Michael O’Connor, John McGrath Team (B) St. John Kelliher, Mike Foley, Jason O’Brien, Johnny O’Brien, Betty O’Brien, Robbie O’Brien, Aidan O’Keeffe, Paul Cronin. All players to be in Deerpark Clubhouse at 8.45am for a Shotgun Start at 9a.m. Dress Code enforced.
U14 QUIZ U14 (over 10) Quiz competition is being held at Spa Clubhouse on Monday 2nd March at 6p.m. Mixed panel of 6 (4+2 substitutes). Please note that the county competition is being held on Friday 3rd April in the River Island Hotel, Castleisland. Please contact Margaret O’Sullivan (087 6735782 after1.30pm) with any queries.
www.kerrycommunitygames.ie gives full details of the competition
SECRETARY We would like to say a big thanks to our former Secretary, Denise Moynihan, who did a fantastic job over the last 2 years. We wish Denise well for the future.
TEAM EVENTS Forthcoming Team Events being organised by the committee are as follows: Girls U14 (over 11) Gaelic Football - county competition Monday May 4th in Killarney.
Mixed U10 (over 7) Gaelic Football - county competition Monday June 1st Tralee.
Anyone interested in competing in either of these events should contact our Secretary, Margaret O’Sullivan on 087 6735782 after 1.30pm
ADDITIONAL TEAM EVENTS Details of all county team competitions can be found on www.kerrycommunitygames.ie. Anyone interested in entering teams in any of the events listed, should contact Margaret O’Sullivan (087 6735782 after 1.30pm).
The Killarney Camogie Club is an inclusive organisation welcoming all players from the wider Killarney area. Training for this season will commence on Monday 2nd March at Dr.Crokes G.A.A. grounds from 5.30pm to 6.30pm for all age groups. New members are always welcome !
Results of recent Competitions
January 12th - 1st Rita Cronin and Fr. N. Moran. 2nd Pauline Lyne and Joan Lenihan.
January 19th - 1st Ursula Daly and Teresa Griffin Keogh.
January 26th - 1st Joan Culloty and Phyllis O’Regan. 2nd Rita Cronin and Fr. N.Moran. 3rd Marie Moynihan and Mai Corcoran.
February 3rd - Simultaneous Pairs
N/S 1st Phyllis O’Regan and Joan Culloty
2nd Eileen Crehan and John O’Shea
E/W 1st Teresa Griffin Keogh and Ursula Daly
2nd Mary Murray and Ann Looney
1st Joan Culloty and Phyllis O’Regan
2nd Miriam D’Arcy and Phil Lynch
The Club Pairs competition tales place on next Monday night March 2nd...names to our club secretary Kathleen.
Fixtures Saturday 28-2-2015 Tucker Kelly Under 16 Cup Tralee Dynamos A v Killarney Athletic 10.30a.m.
League Fixtures JK Sports Under 12 Girls Premier Inter Kenmare A v Killarney Athletic 3.00pm
Daly’s Supervalu Under 13 Division 1
Killarney Celtic B v Killarney Athletic 10.30am
New 300 Member Club Draw will take place on February 28th in Scott’s at 9.00pm. 6 prizes to be won 1st prize €500.00 and 5 prizes of €100.00. Tickets are still available for the 300 member club draw, please contact Mike O’Shea on 087 222 6185 for further information. We encourage all supporters of Killarney Athletic to support us on this major source of fundraising 6 prizes to be won each month 1st prize €500.00 and 5 prizes of €100.00.
50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS Celebratory Dinner will be held on 5th September 2015. Venue to be advised. Also the club asks if anybody has any old club photographs or memorabilia to please contact Don O’Donoghue on 086 1234610, Mike O’Shea 087 2226185 or Mary McCarrick on firstname.lastname@example.org or any club officer please.
Killarney Athletic Abroad Diarmuid O’Carroll on the score sheet again on Saturday taking his tally to 15 for the season and Crusaders 6 points clear at the top of the table.
Diarmuid is on course to win the league 3 years in a row having won it the last 2 years with Cliftonville F.C.
Brendan Moloney scored for Northampton Town on Saturday in the 48th minute.
Topaz Cash for Clubs Killarney Athletic will be taking part in the Topaz cash for clubs promotion. More information on this next week.
Results - Seniors Killarney Athletic 1 Castlemaine 0. Our seniors advanced to round 2 of the Greyhound cup after a scrappy affair win at Woodlawn. We dominated for long spells without getting the comfort of a 2nd goal.
We now travel to winners of Tralee Dynamos/Killorglin in the next round when a much higher performance will be required to compete against premier A opposition.
Under 12 Our under 12’s went down to Camp in the cup on a 4 nil score line and are now still in the plate competition. Here’s hoping for a good run in the plate.
A big thanks also to all the parents that helped out.
Under 7/8’s Blitz Well done to Killarney Celtic on hosting the under 7/8’s blitz on Saturday last and thanks to JP Mullins and Donie Murphy for organising our two teams that took part and to all the parents who helped out.
Contact If you have anything to add to Killarney Athletic A.F.C. notes please contact Mary McCarrick on 087 7750773 or email@example.com
This weeks badminton got off to a flying start as the Division 4 team won their match against county 6-1. Well done. Hard luck to Division 5 Ladies League who came up against a much stronger Ballyheigue team and were beaten 4-0.
Well done to all Killarney members who took part on Friday night in the Masters Tournament seemingly it was great fun and great badminton played also.
Well done to our juveniles who took part in Kerry Championships last Saturday and well done to Jessica and Elaina Galvin who came out on top in the U17s.
Looking forward to Division 1 and 3 doubles partnership who are playing Friday night in Kerry Championships in Killarney.
Good luck to all who’s playing for Kerry in Brewster Cup on Sunday in Killarney. Also, on the day the Division 5 doubles are on later in the day. Have a great weekend and week of badminton.
Congratulations Huge congratulations to Tommy O’Shea from everybody at Killarney Celtic on his appointment as FAI Grassroots Director. No better man for the job!
Table Quiz Killarney Celtic Football For All would like to thank everybody that came to support our table quiz. A great night was had. We would like to thank our helpers on the night.
Cardiac Screening The Killarney Medical Centre (Dr’s Michael Doherty and Micheal Moloney) are offering a full cardiac screening service, starting from €85, and Killarney Celtic would strongly recommend that all members, not just players, should avail of the service if possible. Cardiac abnormalities affect 1 in every 300 people and our membership far exceeds that.
Results Youths League: Killarney Celtic 8 Killorglin 0. A superb start to the weekend in a Friday night game.
U14 Kerry Cup: Killarney Celtic 9 Fenit 0. Fenit battled bravely but were outclassed and outgunned - they battled to the finish and left no pride behind them.
U14 Division One: Killarney Celtic C 5 Killorglin B 3. A great game with Celtic just about the sharper side but pushed all the way by very gallant opponents.
U14 Girls: Killarney Celtic 3 Killarney Athletic 0.
Both teams had players absent on inter-county duty but that didn’t prevent either from serving up great quality soccer in a very entertaining game.
U12 Kerry Cup: Killorglin 1 Killarney Celtic 2. A tight battle between two excellent teams.
U12 Kerry Cup: Killarney Celtic C 2 Killorglin 3. An absolutely pulsating game went all the way down to the wire before Killorglin managed to snatch a winner. The outstanding Angel Zamora got both our goals. Well done to both sides on a great game.
Congratulations to Ruairi Doyle on making the Kerry Schoolboys/Schoolgirls Team of the Week.
Oscar Traynor Cup: Kerry at home to theDefence Forces, Sunday, 2.00pm
Youths: Killarney Celtic at home to Castlemaine, Friday, 7.30pm
U15 Div One: Killarney Celtic B away to Park B, Saturday, 12.30pm
U15 Div One Plate: Killarney Celtic C away to Killorglin, Saturday, 10.30am
U13 Kerry Cup: Killarney Celtic at home to Mastergeeha, Saturday, 10.30am
U13 Div One: Killarney Celtic B at home to Killarney Athletic, Saturday, 10.30am
U13 Div One: Killarney Celtic C away to Inter Kenmare, Saturday, 10.00am
U12 Girls: Killarney Celtic away to Listowel Celtic, Saturday, 3.00pm
U11 Group One: Killarney Celtic away to Listowel Celtic, Saturday, 2.00pm
U11 Group Two: Killarney Celtic B away to Listowel Celtic B, Saturday, 2.00pm
Club Shop Killarney Celtic’s shop is now up and running on Saturdays from 12 noon to 2.00pm.
We have a full new range of fantastic merchandise to suit every age, size, gender, and especially budget.
Savings Club and Gift Vouchers available. Contact Mags on 089 2164639 or Mary on 086 6485809 for details.
Pitch Bookings Contact Mary Lyne 086-6485809 to book our All Weather full size pitch or training area.
Lotto Results Numbers drawn 9, 16, 20, 24. No winner. Next week’s jackpot €1800, draw in the Fáilte on Monday night.
Tickets available from all club officers. Yearly tickets available.
INFO If anyone has information for the notes contact Jimmy O’Sullivan Darcy 087 9633397 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out www.killarneyceltic.com for Killarney Celtic news, match reports, or photos.