This week's news -
Friday, 27th November 2015
What a brilliant night in the INEC Killarney last night 21st November when over 400 artists took to the stage. A very entertaining and varied concert took place and those who did not attend were the losers as the whole night turned into a spectacular piece event. The show demonstrated the high standard of all the Musicians Singers and Dancers which included the “In Tune For Life” orchestra directed by Ned Kelly, world champion step dancer David Geaney, Thomas MacDonagh pipe band, Nora Butler, Tadhg Maher, 2015 Rose Of Tralee Elysha Brennan, Munster Rugby Supporters Choir, Numerous all-Ireland champions, Primary School students from Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, and Laois and a host of others. MC on the night was Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh and he brought his own wit and humour to the nights proceedings. There certainly was one winner on the night and that was
Donal Walsh #livelife foundation. Well done to Elma and Finbar Walsh and everyone involved in this very emotional night. There is a new email address to contact the County Secretary Tadhg Creedon. Please contact him at email@example.com
Causeway will hold their next branch meeting on 3rd December in Yallops Bar Causeway at 8.30 all are welcome.
Lotto: No winner of our lotto 20/11/2015, numbers drawn were 1, 3, 19 and 22. Bonus not won numbers drawn were 13, 17, 19 and 24. Next week’s jackpot €6,000 plus €1,000 bonus. Draw for our massive Christmas Hampers begin next week, this being the first of four free draws for hampers. Do get your ticket to be in with a chance to win.
Munster Masters & Juvenile B Cross country: Cappawhite is the venue next Sunday. Claragh O’Connor, Sean O’Connor, Ted O’Gorman & Danielle O’Riordan will taking part in the Juvenile race. John Barrett & Caroline Murphy will be representing the club in the Masters category. Best of luck to all.
Club AGM: Tuesday December 1st in Gneeveguilla GAA Hall at 8.30 pm. All members & any new people wishing to get involved should attend.
The Ger Daly 5K Fundraiser: Sunday 6th December in Killarney National Park at 2pm. Raising funds to buy Ger a new wheelchair. Registration in The Old Monastery. Predict you own time! Loads of spot prizes. Do come out and support.
U18 Girls Div 1. Gneeveguilla 67 St Bridgets 36 (Played 22/11/15)
St Bridgets got off to flying start and led 15-12 at end of first quarter with some fine outside shooting. Gneeveguilla stepped up the pace in the second quarter and led 28-20 at half time. The last two quarters went Gneeveguilla’s way with game finishing 67-36. For St Bridgets Amy Galway hit 17 points from outside. For Gneeveguilla Shannon O’Leary played excellently injecting pace into their attack when needed. Sarah Murphy was excellent as always in defence and work rate. There was a big welcome for Roisin O’Leary from her Gneeveguilla team mates who returned to the court tonight after some time out. Top scorer for Gneeveguilla tonight was Shauna Guerin with 16 points.
Boys U-14 Div. 1: Gneeveguilla 46 K.C.Y.M.S. 36 (Played 16/11/2015)
This was a very good game of basketball. Gneeveguilla started off well and at the end of the first quarter the score was 17 points to 6. The second quarter was a very even affair with both teams scoring 14 points each. However Gneeveguilla pushed on in the third quarter finishing on a scoreline of 46 points to 36. Ronan Collins, Damien O’Halloran and Damien Cronin were very accurate in their shooting while Matt Reenstierna, Stephen O’Sullivan and Conor Murphy were very impressive for K.C.Y.M.S.
Boys U14 Div 3. Gneeveguilla 25-54 Tralee Tigers. (Played 22/11/2015)
This was an entertaining game of basketball. Tralee proved a little too strong on this occasion. Although Gneeveguilla worked very hard in defence the opposition were physically stronger and were very accurate in attack.
Killarney Darts Knock Out Cup
We are now down to the last 8 of the Knock Out Cup, These fixtures will be played on Thursday, December 3rd
First named teams have home advantage. Best of luck to all involved.
Lals OutCasts v Mustang Sally’s A
Murphys Pinters v Klub Bar
Jimmy Briens v Corkerys Bar
Murphys Bar v The Shire
Killarney Darts Town League sponsored by Carlsberg in association with Mustang Sally’s
Points to date after Thursday 19th November are as follows.
Lals OutCasts 35
The Shire 35
Tatler Jack 31
Lals Bar 19
Jimmy Briens 19
Corkerys Bar 14
Murphys Bar 9
Nugget Old Timers 33
Dunloe Lodge A 27
Good Time Charlies 21
Dan Linehans 20
Kenmare Rooms 18
Murphys Pinters 18
Klub Bar Kilcummin 16
Old Killarney Inn 29
98 A 27
Dunloe Lodge B 26
Teddys Bar 25
Avenue Heros 24
Mustang Sallys B 17
98 B 14
Courtneys Bar 27
Mustang Sallys A 26
Nugget Night Owls 23
Jimmys Jokers 20
The Granary 19
98 C 16
On a final note Killarney Darts Committee would like to wish the very best to The Kerry Darts Association who are organising The Maurice O’Donoghue Doubles Tournament in the
Gleneagle Hotel on Sunday, November 29th. All are welcome.
U-16 Div 2 Boys
Rathmore Ravens 49- 45 St. Bridget’s
Rathmore got off to the best start in this opening quarter with some excellent teamwork and well taken scores by Sean Clifford (6) and Paul Cremin (4) leaving Rathmore ahead at the end of this quarter 14-8.
Rathmore kept on top in the next quarter with some fine running and passing movements keeping their noses ahead on the buzzer 24-18.
In the 3rd quarter Bridget’s dominated, breaking through the Rathmore defence, this was an exciting quarter with Bridget’s getting the final basket just before buzzer went,leaving only a basket between the sides. It was anyone’s game at this stage.
In a highly tense final quarter Rathmore came out fighting with scores in this quarter by Sean Clifford, Darragh Rahilly, Derry McCarthy, Anthony Darmody and Ian O’Connor.
This was a brilliant team display by the Ravens winning on a score of 49-45.
Results: On Sunday November 22nd we held the Annual Christmas Hampers single stableford competition.
The following were the winners:-
1. Rolandas Bendikas (19) 41 pts
2. Joe Scanlan (24) 40 pts
3. Sean Moynihan (8) 39 pts
4. Jonathan Casey (9) 37 pts
5. Tom McSweeney (14) 37 pts.
Our annual street collection was held last Saturday, 21st November. A huge thanks to our collectors, and the public for their generous contributions and words of encouragement on what was a bitterly cold day. Well done to Spa GAA club, who won Club of the Year at the Kerry Ladies Football Awards later that night. Tim O’Connor, Donal O’Doherty & Des Spillane were involved in training our U14 girls Community Games team this year, in addition to being ladies trainers (u12-u15) with Spa GAA club. Congratulations to Rachel O’Sullivan on her 1st place Youth Award at the County Community Games Awards night held recently. Rachel is a great example of a former competitor giving back to Community Games, by doing tremendous volunteering work, while juggling college & part-time work. Spa Muckross Community Games received a County Merit Award for athletics, and Rachel was on hand to accept both awards on the night.
Results of Sunday 22nd November, Club Sponsored Turkey Competition s/ford, Mahony’s Point.
1st Katie O’Connell (25) 39 pts
2nd Noreen Coffey (13) 37 pts (bk9)
3rd Sheila Crowley (24) 37 pts (bk6)
B.G. Ailish Mulcahy (6) 26 gross
CSS 39 Pts.
Drive in with a difference at Killarney Golf and Fishing Club
Each year in Killarney Golf and Fishing Club the new Captains and the new President mark the beginning of their year in Office, with a traditional drive in followed by a Mixed Competition. The event occurs this year on Sunday November 29th at 10.00am. However, this year’s drive in will be tinged with nostalgia as the mixed team competition will be held on the original course which opened in 1939. This course which was designed by Sir Guy Campbell and further developed by Lord Castlerosse was in use until 1972 so Golf on this occasion will be a trip down Memory lane for some Members. For other Members it will provide a chance to step back in the mists of time and have the opportunity to play the original course. Enda Murphy and his Green-keeping team are busy preparing for this most unusual event. Following the mixed team competition there will be a presentation of Prizes in the Club house at 3.30pm.
Killarney Golf Club Men’s Club
Christmas Hampers 0-11
O’Mahony’s Point 22nd November 2011
1st Brian Clarke (11) 40 points
2nd Donal G. O’Sullivan (8) 39 points
3rd Shane Horgan (2) 38 points
4th Finbarr O’Mahony (5) 37 points
5th Tom Long (9) 37 points
6th Padraig Sweeney (8) 37 points
7th Brian English (7) 37 points
C.S.S. 35 points.
Our Seniors were due to play last weekend,however the game was postponed. Next Sunday the lads take on Carrick-on-Suir at home in Aghadoe, kicking off at 2:30pm in the league. Ger Moynihan’s men will be looking forward to getting back into match mode and hopefully there will be a strong home support for the lads. All welcome.
Our youths had a very busy weekend. Castleisland/Killarney U18’s had a fantastic home win at Aghadoe, against Thomond and ran out winners on a scoreline of 43-0. They travel to Listowel next Saturday in what should be a thriller of a match and Paul Sheahans charges will be hoping to continue their winning run.
KRFC U16 took on Killorglin RFC at Aghadoe on Saturday, but were beaten on a scoreline of 12-31 points to the visitors. Our lads showed some great skill and are clearly improving as the season develops.
KRFC U14’s played their round of the West Munster League on Sunday, taking on Tralee White. Our lads suffered their first defeat of the season, losing out to Tralee on a score of 5 - 19 for the home side. They have a well earned break next weekend before taking on Killorglin the following weekend.
Our minis travelled to Tralee RFC on Saturday morning in blustery and wet conditions to take part in the next round of the West Munster Blitz. With teams from Chorcha Dhuibhne and Listowel also present, the weather played it’s part by clearing up for the matches. This meant that the kids were able to enjoy the fast flowing rugby and our huge travelling support enjoyed some fantastic matches to boot. All out squads from U7 to U12 travelled and took on the three other clubs in some wonderful matches. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the food in the clubhouse afterwards and we would like to thank Tralee RFC for their hospitality.
Next Saturday, the Christmas in Killarney Parade takes place at 5:45pm. KRFC Minis have been invited to take place in the march and we will meet at the Killarney RFC Banner at the Cathedral Car Park from 5@15pm. The parade then finishes at the Bank of Ireland Car Park. We would like as many minis as possible to take part and would also request that parents help us with stewarding on the parade. Details: Liam Murphy 087/4145662.
Killarney Valley AC
Thanks to all those who gave up some of their Sunday morning and Saturday evening last weekend to collect for Kerry Athletics and to those who donated on the way into the masses.
It’s a short job time-wise but Killarney Valley AC and all the other athletic clubs in Kerry benefit from this one day in the year. Many children in Kerry benefit from this day too as it helps all the clubs to stay open and active. We would be at a loss without the kindness and generosity of spirit of the people who volunteer.
The ‘Predict your time 5k’ in the Killarney Demesne on Sunday 6th December at 2pm has generated huge interest! The funds raised from this unique 5k will help to purchase a purpose built sports wheelchair for Ger Daly, one of the few wheelchair athletes in the Kingdom. Here are the details of the event.
Event: Ger Daly fund-raiser “Predict Your Time” 5k Run, Walk, Jog.
Venue: Killarney National Park (Knockreer)
Date: December 6th
Entries: on the day
Race Director: Jo Harty
Contact: Jo Harty or Jerh Griffin 0876879186
Killarney Valley AC have obtained an Athletics Ireland permit for this event. Refreshments & music and loads of spot prizes after in the Towers Hotel.
If you can’t make the event and would like to donate then drop into Feet First on High Street or to Kerry Outdoor Sports in the Fairhill where both shops have kindly offered to have donation points. All the upcoming cross country fixtures are on our facebook page www.facebook.com/KillarneyValleyAC
Cross Country training continues for all athletic clubs this Sunday at 10.30 in the Demesne. Kerry County Squad season continues on Sundays in an Ríocht. All updates/time changes etc on our Facebook page.
Strength & Conditioning Training continues on Monday nights in the Sem gym hall from 7-8 pm for all registered club members aged 13 and upwards. Please bring €2 and water! Our volunteer trainers will be there to take you through your paces.
Indoor training for 7-12 year olds is on Thursdays and started on Thursday November 5th in the Sem Gym– non registered members are not covered by insurance and will not be admitted. Each child must sign in, bring €2, plenty of water and lots of enthusiasm. Don’t forget Killarney Parkrun is on every Saturday morning at 9.30 am sharp in Muckross near the Muckross Traditional Farm. We would encourage everyone to come out and take part, runners, walkers, adults and children alike. Race director Alan Ryan asked for people to come and walk their dogs or push buggies along the route - the idea is for people to get out and get fit. This is a volunteer led, free 5km run/walk and is sociable and fun and good practise. All ages welcome. More information and to register online www.parkrun.ie/killarney
Killarney Valley AC welcomes new members. Juvenile and Juniors €25, Seniors and Masters €30. For membership enquiries please text the club number 087-2499566.
If you haven’t yet got your club singlet please contact Brid on 0872650720 to arrange to purchase one - singlets are €25 each. Killarney Valley AC now have club hats for sale at €10 each - Would make lovely Christmas presents!
If you have any news you would like to include in the notes please text Maighread on 086-8588988.
Competition played on Sunday 22nd November 18 hole Stableford, Winner; Steve Shine (18) 39 pts, Runner-up, Michael Leahy (19) 38 pts, Overall 3rd place, Trevor Shine (14) 38 pts.
Weekend competition, Xmas hampers 18 Hole Stableford format shotgun start at 9.30am. A.G.M afterwards in the Castlerosse. Membership now available for 2016 contact Castlerosse 064 6631144 for details.
& Putt Club
Last Sunday’s Hamper competition attracted a reasonably good turnout of members and results are as follows:
Overall nett Robbie O’Brien with 20 Up Overall
Gross Damian Fleming with 14 Up
2nd Nett Paul Cronin 16 Up
Juveniles competition Nett Colm Cagney with 74pts Gross Cillian Courtney 67 pts.
Turkey Competition on Sunday
The second round of the Turkey competition will be played on this Sunday with Tee times at 9.30am and 11am.
Seniors Outing will be to Gleneagle on next Wednesday 10.15am.
Presentation of Prizes
The presentation of prizes for all competitions will take place in Squires on Friday December 4th 9pm.
Div 4 ladies league result: Killarney won 5/1 against County last night.
Killarney div 3 ladies beat Kingdom 6-0. Div 3 men’s. Killarney 6-0 Sneem/Iveragh.
Team was Brian, Danny, Ciaran and Ger. Killarney div 4 men’s B team beat Listowel 4-2. Well to all who competed with the teams. Badminton on Monday/Wednesday nights at pres hall. New members welcome Any enquires to Jenny on 083-3347228. Well done to all juveniles on Saturday. Congratulations to Pia Hickey and partner on winning u11 Kerry doubles, another’s congrats to Molly O’Donoghue and partner on winning u11 plate final. U15 unlucky for Fiona Galvin and partner who were runners up in final and also to Niall O’Brien and Adam Carey who were runners up in plate final. U17 was hard fought as well with Colm Hickey and partner becoming runners up and also to Elaina and Jessica Galvin who were also runners up in the u17 girls final. Well done to all juveniles who competed on the day.
Provinces Indoor Rowing Championships
Last Saturday 21st November saw a fleet of cars leave Workmens Rowing Club for the above championships at the University of Limerick. Fifteen athletes along with coaches and family members were looking forward to a great day of Indoor Rowing. Safe to say…none were disappointed!
‘READY, ATTENTION, ROW’ was the starting cue and it didn’t take long for our rowers to once again showcase their determination and stamina. All those pieces on the erg machines , those hours in the gym, really paid off, with Killarney Workmen taking home more than their fair share of the medals.
Our Womens J15 Crew of Annie O’Donoghue, Ciara Brown, Leona Brown and Ciara Moynihan gave it their all, with Annie and Ciara M in the top 5 of the five minute race and a 2nd and 3rd place respectively in the 1000m race, with Ciara B and Leona not far behind. Lovely to see 2 of our club’s girls on the podium at once!! The unstoppable J16 Siobhán Burns meanwhile showed huge character in participating and coming a fraction of a second outside the medals, in the final of a blistering 500m sprint, despite being below form. Keep warm Siobhán!!!
Not to be outdone by the girls, the boys squad comprising J14 Seán Farndon, J15 Jacob Kunicki, and J18s Mickey O’Donoghue and Tom O’Leary were all super in their races. Our J16 competitor Dylan Bartlett set a new personal best by coming a very close 4th in the 2km race and a mere second outside the medals in his final of the 500m sprint. Adding to the boys’ successes was another J15, Ruadhán Mac Curtain coming home with 2 medals, silver in the 5 minute race, and gold in the thrilling 1000m final.
Our Senior Ladies and Men weren’t lacking in spirit with John O’Leary and Hugh Rudden enjoying their debut on the Indoor Arena- John with a memorable 4th in his race and Hugh taking home a silver in his very first race and subsequently barely missing a medal by coming a very close 4th in the heart-stopping 500m race. Deserving of our praise is of course our very own Lauren McCarthy setting a new personal best in her races. Well done Lauren! Last , but by no means least is Pauline O’Brien whose love of the silver and gold coins transferred beautifully to her achievements by beating off stiff competition and coming 1st with a gold medal in her 2km race and the 2nd for silver in a nail-biting 500m sprint.
We were also delighted to meet Senator Eamonn Coughlan at U.L. As a three times Olympian, a world record holder for the indoor mile for 18 years and Chairman of the High Performance Committee of the Irish Sports Council, he showed huge interest in all races as he was there recording a sports-related documentary on the day.
Our A.G.M. was held on Sunday 8th November. Thanks to everyone who attended. We recalled a great year of training and rowing and look forward to 2016 with anticipation of more thrilling races both on and off the water.
Training continues as usual at Reen Pier at the usual times. Your coaches will inform you of any changes.
A very special congratulations to our own Committee Member Mr. Mike Quirke, on his recent engagement to Miss Stephanie Quirke. You kept that well under wraps at the A.G.M.
We wish you both all the very best in the preparations for your nuptuals!
U12 Boys Div I
Killarney Cougars 21
Kilorglin CYMS hosted the Cougars at the Kilorglin Sports Complex on Saturday evening in an exciting close contest. Cougars kept their composure and baskets by Harry Kelly and Darren Ryan saw Cougars regin the lead and just hold on at the final buzzer.
U14 Girls Div II
St Annes 29
Killarney Cougars 28
Cougars travelled to Farrenfore for this league clash and just came up short in entertaining game. Best for Cougars on this ocassion were Aoife Kissane, Katie Joy, Niamh Stack, Maud Kelly and Maggie Kingston.
Mens Div 1
Tralee Imperials 74
Killarney Cougars 42
Cougars travelled to the league leaders Tralee Imperials and a below par performance from a disappointing Cougars saw them go down to a big defeat at Mounthawk on thursday evening. Cougars meet Kcyms next in both the league and the Cup.
Womens Div 1
Killarney Cougars 60
Kenmare Kestrels 44
Cougars Senior ladies picked up their third consecutive win to remain unbeaten in the league with a strong final qtr to defeat a determined Kenmare side who pushed Cougars all the way until the final stages. Best for Cougars on this occasion were Marian O’Callaghan, Mags Cronin, Chloe O’Doherty and Amanda Brosnan.
Mens Senior Cup
Cougars v Kcyms 7pm Pres Gym.
Womens Div III
Cougars v St Anne’s 8pm Pres Gym.
Our friday evening Academy for boys & girls ages 7,8,9 Parish Hall.
Further details and updates available on the website and facebook or contact the club secretary on 087-4175493 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A reminder to all members
Our annual Christmas Dinner will take place in the Brehon on Wednesday December 2nd at 7pm. This will be followed by a game of bridge. Looking forward to seeing you all there!
Recent Bridge results
8/10/15 1st John O’Shea &Eileen Crehan
2nd Evelyn O’Leary & Mary Murray
21/10/15 N/S 1st Phyllis ORegan& Kay Clement 2nd Neilus O’Regan & EileenTwomey
E/W 1st John O’Shea & Eileen Chehan
2nd Ann Healy & Therese O’Donoghue
28/10/15 1st Joan Linehan & Hazel O’Connell
2nd John O’Shea & Eilean Crehan
3rd Neilus O’Regan & Eileen Twomey
4/11/15 N/S 1st Neilus O’Regan & Eileen Twomey 2nd Phyllis O’Regan & Kay Clement. 3rd Michael Murphy & Gerard Walshe
E/W 1st Mary Ryan & Joan Moore
2nd Eithne Tarrant & Kathleen O’Sullivan
3rd Hazel O’Connell& Marjorie Barton.
11/11/15 N/S 1st Garry Leahy & Joan Culloty
2nd Phyllis O’Regan & Kay Clement
3rd Hazel O’Connell & Marjorie Barton
E/W 1st Mary Harmon & Brenda Moynihan
2nd Carmel Daly & Gerard Walshe
3rd Eileen Lucey & Maire O’Sullivan.
Denny Premier A
Killarney Athletic 1-0 Camp
A goal 20 minutes into the first half from William Courtney insured Athletic took all 3 points from the game. We had plenty of chances to extend our lead but some inspired saves from the Camp Keeper Kept them in it and we had to survive some heavy pressure in the last 10 minutes to warrant our win.
Killarney Athletic 1-0 Ballyhar Dynamos
A game in which the home side probably deserved a share of the spoils, Our U15 squad continued their fine start to the season with another win. A solitary goal from Harry Potts ensured we came away with all 3 points. Fantastic display from Oliver Cremin in goals.
Killarney Athletic 2-1 Moneypoint (AET)
Our u12 squad welcomed Moneypoint from Clare to Woodlawn in this National Cup encounter. with the visitors snatching an early goal it wasn’t until late in the second half when Caoilte Cronin struck the equaliser. To extra time it went and 3 minutes to the final whistle up popped Alex Hennigan to grab the winner with a cracking goal. On a day when the weather was poor both sets of players were a credit to themselves and the sport.
Saturday 28th November
Sfai U14 Cup 4th Round
Killarney Athletic v Pike Rovers 2pm
Park A v Killarney Athletic 10-30am
Killarney Athletic B v Dynamos B 12-30pm
Killarney Athletic v Mastergeeha 11am
Girls League U12 Premier
Killarney Athletic v Inter Kenmare 12 noon
FAI Youth Cup 2nd Round
2-00 Askeaton FC v Killarney Athletic
Sunday 29th November
Denny Division 1A
Killarney Athletic B v CSKA Tralee 11-30am
Girls training every Wednesday in Ferndale, Woodlawn for U12, U14 and U16 . Any enquiries please contact Shane on 087-9395158
Names are now being taken for next year’s 300 Club Draw. All support is greatly appreciated and forms are readily available from Mike O’Shea (087-2226185) or any committee member.
Killarney Athletic Website
Please check the website on www.killarneyathletic.com or facebook for match reports, club information and contact details. Contact If you have anything to add to Killarney Athletic A.F.C notes please contact Alan Daly on 085-1913244 or email@example.com
Comhgairdeas to the Sem on winning the O’Sullivan and Moran Cups this week and commiserations to Killarney Legion, who were just pipped in the County Football Final by a single point after extra-time; all three teams featured a host of Killarney Celtic players who did themselves and their team-mates proud.
40th Anniversary Commemorations
Our Club has a big birthday when it turns 40 next year. To help mark the occasion and to preserve our history for future Killarney Celtic generations, we will shortly be compiling a Digital Archive of club photos, news reports, memorabilia etc. That will require current and past members to rummage out whatever you might have in display cases, old biscuit tins and photo albums. There’s no better time than over the winter months for such flicking through history so please spread the word.
Best of Luck to the Kerry Oscar Traynor Team against West Cork this Saturday night at 7.30pm in Mounthawk Park.
Munster Junior Cup: Kerry Area Semi-Final: Killarney Celtic 1 Mitchels Avenue 0
Killarney Celtic and Mitchels served up a brilliant game of soccer last Sunday, with Celtic’s sharpness in possession and crisp passing just about giving them the edge over a Mitchels Avenue side who like to play fluid soccer on the ground and have plenty of sublime skill and great heart themselves. Munster Youths Cup: Killarney Celtic 4 Mastergeeha 2
Cathal O’Shea and a header by Stephen McCarthy put us in front but Mastergeeha hit back to make it 2-2 at half-time. Celtic dug deep in the second half, with Stephen McCarthy outstanding and young players like Jack Galvin and Jack Enright coming on and really stepping up to the mark. Cathal O’Shea’s second put us back in front and Cian Casey sealed it. Well done to both sides on serving up a great game in Mounthawk Park despite horrendous weather conditions.
U17 League: Killarney Celtic 2 Inter Kenmare 2
We were without some key players but showed great heart and resilience to come from behind twice to get a deserved share of the spoils. Eoin Moynihan and Pablo Martin got the vital scores, while Jordan Leahy and Gary Cronin were others to impress on the day.
U15 Div One: Iveragh 4 Killarney Celtic B 3
This was a cracking game and we can feel a little hard done by, losing out to an excellent Iveragh by the odd goal in seven. Adam Kissane and Jared Barton (2) were our goalscorers, while Tommy McGuire also had a great game.
U14 National Cup: Killarney Celtic 3 Killorglin 1
We had chances to finish it in normal time but a resilient Killorglin stuck with us all the way extra time, where Celtic managed to find an extra gear to close it out. Our goalscorers were Cian Dineen, Evan Looney, and the outstanding Niall McGillicuddy. Others to shine on the day were Christian Casey, Dylan Doona, Neil O’Shea, and Cian O’Leary.
U13 Div One: Killarney Celtic 4 Killarney Athletic 0
A superb team display. Ruairi Dorrian, Simon Coffey (2) and Erin Moloney got the goals while the whole panel, all sixteen players used on the day, gave it absolutely everything.
Congratulations to U14 player Cian O’Leary on making the Kerry Schoolboys/Schoolgirls Team of the Week.
Denny Div One: Killarney Celtic B at home to Galaxy, 11.30am
U16 Premier: Killarney Celtic at home to Tralee Dynamos, Saturday, 12 noon
U16 Premier: Killarney Celtic at home to Park, Monday 30th, 7.30pm
U16 Div One: Killarney Celtic at home to Killorglin, Saturday, 10.30am
U16 Girls: Killarney Celtic at home to Inter Kenmare, Friday, 7.30pm
U14 National Cup: Killarney Celtic at home to Moneypoint, Saturday, 2.00pm
U14 Div One: Killarney Celtic B away to Inter Kenmare B, Saturday, 11.30am
U12 Premier: Killarney Celtic away to Tralee Dynamos, Saturday, 10.30am
U12 Div One: Killarney Celtic B away to Park B, Saturday, 2.00pm
U12 Div Two: Killarney Celtic C at home to Listowel B, Saturday, 12.30pm
Numbers drawn 2, 7, 12, 13. No winner, Next week’s jackpot €2600, draw in the Failte on Monday night. Tickets available from all club officers. Yearly tickets available.
Contact Mary Lyne 086-6485809 to book our All Weather full size pitch or training area.
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.
Killarney Salmon & Trout Angling Club
Some Dates for the Angling Diary in 2016:
Our Annual Collection is allocated for the weekend of the 2nd-3rd January, a chance to get out and do a bit for your club after the Christmas and New Years festivities.
Our AGM will be held on the night of Thursday 7th January at 8pm in the International Hotel - any notices of motion for same should be forwarded to club secretary for inclusion on the agenda on the night.
“Take me back to the black hills,
the black hills of Dakota!”
Another exciting week of rehearsals ahead! Yeehaw!
Unfortunately, due to the high attendance at rehearsals, the women’s chorus is now full! However, men’s chorus is still open. If you are interested, please come along and join in on the fun!
Chorus rehearsal schedule
for this week:
Monday 30th November: Dance with Sarah: 7.30 pm– 10pm (Please come at 7.30pm if you wish to audition for the ‘Can Can’ dance. If not, see you at 8.30pm.) Tuesday 1st December: This is a General Information meeting, as well as practice for our carol singing (8pm – 9pm). All rehearsals are in Holy Cross Mercy School, Killarney. Calamity Jane will be performed by Killarney Musical Society on the INEC stage, March 9th, 10th and 11th, 2016.