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Club News 28/6/20

posted 28 Jun 2020, 10:40 by Laune Rangers

A few weeks ago, scenes like this may have seen a long way away, but we are almost back! We urge everyone to continue practising all social distancing and hygiene guidelines to keep our players' boots on the grass!!

RETURN TO PLAY: It has been a long 16 weeks since a ball was last kicked in our club. Thanks to all the coaches who kept their players busy with drills, and of course thanks to the parents who kept the ball in the hands of our young players while everyone was locked down at home. Now that we are returning to play, there is some homework to be done! For details of what is needed before underage players can return to training, clickhere .

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership can be paid online by clicking HERE

E-LEARNING MODULE: To complete the e-learning module for Covid awareness, click HERE

HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE: To create a profile and complete the GAA Health Questionnaire, CLICK HERE. It will be a requirement to log in and re-submit the health status of the player before each training session and/or game.

LOTTO: Our weekly Lotto is returning, and our first draw will coincide with the final phase of reopening on July 20th. Tickets are available to purchase now from tomorrow in the outlets that have reopened & our usual sellers. Alternatively, tickets can be bought ONLINE HERE. We will also be doing a special draw for all those who had continued paying standing orders throughout the last three months – a much needed revenue stream during this period

ICE CREAM CHALLENGE: The final piece of news is not Covid related. As you may have seen on our social media, Laune Rangers launched a Charity Fundraiser a couple of weeks ago – the #IceCreamChallenge. We encourage all of our players, parents, supporters etc to take on the challenge, posting it on Social Media and nominate three friends to do the same. The wider the net we cast, the more fruitful the return! Of course, important aspect to the Ice Cream Challenge is the donation to Charity. We have three very deserving charities in place:-

· Down Syndrome Ireland

· Irish Pilgrimage Trust

· St Francis Special School, Beaufort

Please help us make the most of our challenge, and take part. EAT – POST – DONATE – NOMINATE!!!

https://www.gofundme.com/f/ice-cream-challenge


Return to play - Bord na nÓg

posted 26 Jun 2020, 09:21 by Laune Rangers

Edenderry GAA Offaly

Before a return to play for Under 18s:
  1. Club membership must be paid.  Membership can be paid HERE
  2. A parent has to complete the GAA Covid 19 online e-learning module & post a copy of their certificate of completion on the relative age groups WhatsApp group.  The e-learning module can be found HERE
  3. A parent has to complete the GAA Covid 19 online Health questionnaire on behalf of their child.  Questionnaire can be found HERE.  NB User must register first to complete the questionnare - user name & password will be required for continued use as per 'ongoing responsibilites' below.

Ongoing responsibilities:
  • The online Health questionnaire has to be updated by a parent / guardian ( declaring that their hasn’t been any changes to the heath of their child ) prior to every training session or match.
  • Each child’s temperature has to be checked at home prior to each training session / match.  This is part of the declaration of no changes in their child’s health since completing the original questionnaire.
  • Each player has to bring their own water bottle (with their name clearly marked on it ) & their own personal hand sanitizer.

We urge all parents/guardians to continue to help implement the covid protocols to ensure that we can provide a safe environment for every player.

Club News 10/3/2020

posted 10 Mar 2020, 05:01 by Laune Rangers   [ updated 10 Mar 2020, 05:03 ]

Laune Rangers' Ciara O'Brien in action for the Kerry Senior Ladies against Monaghan on Sunday. photo (c) Kerry LGFA / Michael G Kenny

LOTTO: Lotto Results for Monday March 9th 2020. There was no winner of the €6,400 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 03 – 10 – 17 – 30. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 D Corkery - sold by Pat Pigott; €50 Sinead Russell - sold online; €25 Eileen O'Sullivan - sold by Maura Corcoran; €25 Michael Brosnan. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €6,600.

SENIOR: Points were shared between two Mid Kerry rivals on Sunday afternoon as the County Senior Football Leagues got underway with Keel entertaining Laune Rangers. Keel led by 0-2 to 0-0 in the early minutes with points from Gary Sayers & Aaron Murphy (free) but Rangers got on the scoreboard with a well taken pointed free into a stiff breeze by Jason Browne, leaving the home side leading by 0-2 to 0-1 with fifteen minutes played. The second quarter was one way traffic, with Gary Sayers pointing three times from nearly the same patch of grass to give the hosts a strong lead going into the break. Half Time Score:- Keel 0-5, Laune Rangers 0-1. Keel opened the scoring at the start of the second half to increase their lead, but Rangers then got going beginning with pointed free from Rangers captain Fiachra Clifford. Jason Browne added his second long range point before Kieran Doona pointed Rangers first from play – Mikey O’Sullivan with an excellent interception in the build up to the score. With fifteen minutes to play, Keel led by 0-6 to 0-4. The final quarter was quite broken as the referee’s notebook was kept busy with a number of yellow cards issued. Johnny Carey received his second yellow to reduce Rangers to 14 men. Dáire Cleary pointed a free – claiming an excellent mark to win the free shot – to reduce the gap to the minimum, but Gary Sayers restored the two point margin with a pointed free for the hosts. Parity in personnel was restored momentarily when Keel’s Martin Burke received his marching orders for two yellow cards, as Fiachra Clifford pointed a free for Rangers. However, Mikey O’Sullivan was issued with his second yellow card to reduce Rangers to 13 men to give Keel some impetus. Rangers replied well from this though, and had two late goal chances that could have won the game – the first from Daragh O’Connor whose shot was stopped by the outstretched legs of a defender, and the second when Dáire Cleary chose to tap it over the bar to level matters as the game entered injury time. Both sides had their chances to win the game late on. Gary Sayers’s shot went just wide for the home side, before a late chance forced a 45’ for Rangers. Jason Browne’s shot sailed agonisingly wide though with the final kick of the game. The final whistle was blown to see spoils shared – a fair result for both teams. Full Time Score:- Keel 0-7, Laune Rangers 0-7. Keel:- Stephen Cahillane (capt), Gavin Evans, Donal O’Neill, Seán Corcoran, Aaron Cahillane, Luke Flynn, Thomas Ladden, Dara O’Dowd, Eoin O’Neill, Tommy Buckley, Gary Murphy, Gary Sayers (0-5, 1f), Aaron Murphy (0-2f), Martin Burke. Sub: Dylan Prendergast. Laune Rangers:- Jason Browne (0-2f), James Hurley, Seán Arthurs, Pierce Tyther, Patrick Carey, Jonathan Carey, Eoin Clifford, Shane Daly, Michael O’Sullivan, Ronan O’Shea, Fiachra Clifford (capt), Shane McSweeney, Dáire Cleary (0-2, 1f), John Tyther, David Costelloe. Subs: Kieran Doona (0-1) for Ronan O’Shea, Daragh O’Connor for Hurley, Mark O’Connor for Costelloe, Michael F Russell for McSweeney.

B TEAM: Laune Rangers B team made their comeback to the County Senior Football Leagues with a visit to Kenmare B on Sunday afternoon. Due to a few injuries and work commitments just 13 players travelled. As the option of playing 13 a side was not afforded to Rangers, management had to provide the other 2 players, Paudie O'Shea and Paul O’Brien duly obliging. This did not deter Rangers in any way, and they opened the scoring with a nice run and point by Eric Dunlea. Kenmare, playing with the wind, replied with four points. Pa Daly put over two pointed frees before Kenmare finished strong with another 5 points. Half Time Score:- Kenmare B 0-9, Laune Rangers B 0-3. Rangers started the second half with more intensity and pulled a couple of points back from Patrick Daly – 1 from play and 1 free, but the hosts soon added two further points. A turnover in midfield resulted in a goal for Kenmare, but an opportunistic goal by Jack Evans cancelled it out, and an outside of the boot point by Gavin O’Shea left the score at 1-11 to 1-6 in favour of Kenmare with 20 minutes to go. It was nip and tuck for the last 20 minutes as two points from Kenmare were cancelled out by points through Pa Daly (free) and another through Paudie O'Shea. Kenmare then scored a second goal with the last attack of the game. Full Time Score:- Kenmare B 2-13, Laune Rangers B 1-8. In all, it was a very solid return to the County Leagues for Laune Rangers and this game will stand to them with a number of players yet to return. Laune Rangers B:- Vincent Costello, Dáire Clifford, Darren O’Riordan, James Lynch, Eric Dunlea (0-1), Oisín Daly, Liam Quirke, Patrick Daly (0-5, 4f), Stephen Sealy, Gavin O’Shea (0-1), Colm O’Shea, Eamonn Carey, Paudie O’Shea (0-1), Jack Evans (1-0), Paul O’Brien.

SENIOR FIXTURES: The County Senior Football Leagues continue next weekend. Laune Rangers A travel to Blennerville to play St Pats in Division 3 on Sunday March 15th at 2pm, while Laune Rangers B host Dr Crokes C in Division 6 on Saturday, March 14th at 5:30pm in JP O'Sullivan Park.

MINOR: Laune Rangers Minors got their season off to a winning start on Saturday afternoon, defeating Austin Stacks at home in weather conditions that matched some of the recent storms that hit the area. Before the game was played, a moment’s silence was observed for the late Timmy Sheehan, Austin Stacks stalwart & local sports journalist who passed away suddenly on Tuesday evening. Austin Stacks – with the wind and rain at their backs – were two points up in the first five minutes, but had to wait until the 24th minute for their third as playing conditions were visibly difficult for both sides. Gearóid Hassett scored Rangers’ first point from a free taken off the ground into the wind, before taking the lead just before the break with an excellent goal scored by Rangers midfielder Calum Moriarty. Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-1, Austin Stacks 0-3. Stacks pointed early in the second half before Rangers scored a second goal through Mikey O’Donnell. Stacks responded by scoring another point before Rangers struck the hammer blow by netting their third goal through Matt Leslie. A sixth Stacks point was added but Rangers held on to secure an opening day win. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 3-1, Austin Stacks 0-6. Well Done to the squad and the new Minor management for 2020 – managers Mike Frank Russell & Cian Evans alongside selectors Darragh Burns & Jason O’Sullivan. Laune Rangers Team:- Jake Reenstierna, Seán Cleary, Matt Reenstierna, Daniel Evans, James Treacy, Darragh Mangan, Cathal Crowley, Calum Moriarty (1-0), Rory O’Connor, Matt Leslie (1-0), Marc Clifford, Callum Russell, Michael O’Donnell (1-0), Gearóid Hassett (capt, 0-1f), Jack Healy. Subs: Jack O’Sullivan, Ryan Diggin, Patrick Brennan, Ryan O’Sullivan.

MINOR FIXTURE: Laune Rangers host Killarney Legion on Saturday next, March 14th in their second game of the County Minor League Division 1. Throw in 3:30pm in JP O’Sullivan Park.

SCÓR NA BPAISTÍ: The Laune Rangers Qualifying Round of Scór na bPáistí will be held in the Intermediate School Killorglin (ISK), on Wednesday 18th March, at 7.00pm. Scór na bPáistí is open to young people who are attending primary school and who live in the Laune Rangers area of the Parish. If you are not already a member through sports then you can join for €20 for Scór. The competitions are: Figure Dancing, Solo Singing, Instrumental Music, Ballad Group, Recitation, Quiz, Léiriú, Sean Nós Dancing and Set Dancing. You can google Scor Rules 2020. If you qualify on the night the following round for Mid-Kerry will be Friday 3rd April in Keel Community Hall. More information: 087-2300484 Emir O’Shea.

G4MA: Laune Rangers Gaelic for Mothers and Others group have begun their training. It continues on Monday evenings from 8pm to 9pm in JP O’Sullivan Park. Contact Selina on 087 619 6676.

KERRY: Well Done to the Kerry Senior Ladies on Sunday’s win against Monaghan in the National League, especially Ciara O’Brien who lined out in the number 4 jersey. Well Done also to the Kerry U20s who defeated Cork in the Munster Final midweek, especially David Mangan who forms part of the extended squad.

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information.

GET INVOLVED: If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

GOLF CLASSIC: Laune Rangers are running a Golf Classic on Friday, July 3rd in Dooks Golf Club.

Club News 01/03/2020

posted 1 Mar 2020, 14:29 by Laune Rangers

The Laune Rangers Senior team that faced Cromane on Sunday afternoon

LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday March 1st 2020. There was no winner of the €6,200 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 06 – 08 – 13 – 32. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Doreen Tattersall - sold by Kerry; €50 Joan Courtney - sold by Margaret Browne; €25 Triona O'Connor - sold by Margaret Galvin; €25 Andy Billot. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €6,400.

SENIOR: Laune Rangers will contest the Final of the Mid Kerry Senior League following a hard fought draw against Cromane in the final round-robin game on Sunday, which was played in Cromane. Full Time Score:- Cromane 1-9, Laune Rangers 1-9.  Read the full Match Report here

SENIOR FIXTURES: The County Senior Football Leagues get underway next weekend. Laune Rangers A travel to Keel in Division 3, while – after a five year hiatus – Laune Rangers B return to the County SFL with an away fixture vs Kenmare B in Division 6. Both games 2pm on Sunday, March 8th.

SENIOR LADIES: The County Senior Ladies League Round 1 fell foul of the weather conditions at the weekend, so Laune Rangers fixture against Fossa was postponed.

MINOR: Laune Rangers’ wait to get their Minor season continued at the weekend as Storm Jorge caused all of the County Minor League fixtures to be postponed. Their wait will be short though, as they take on Dr Crokes on Saturday next, March 7th. Throw in 4pm in Lewis Road, Killarney.

G4MA: Laune Rangers Gaelic for Mothers and Others group have begun their training. It continues on Monday evenings from 7pm to 8pm in JP O’Sullivan Park. Contact Selina on 087 619 6676.

KERRY: Well Done to the Kerry Seniors on their win against Mayo. Well done also to the Kerry Under 20s who defeated Limerick in the Munster Semi Final. They now play Cork on Wednesday night next in the Munster Final – Best of Luck to all, especially our own squad member David Mangan. Well Done to the Kerry Minor Ladies on their comprehensive win against Tipperary on Sunday afternoon, especially our own Rachael Evans.

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information.  Our Youth Membership Application Form is available to download now!

GET INVOLVED: If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

GOLF CLASSIC: Laune Rangers are running a Golf Classic on Friday, July 3rd in Dooks Golf Club.

Club News 23/2/2020

posted 23 Feb 2020, 14:33 by Laune Rangers

Ciara O'Brien of Laune Rangers in action for the Kerry Senior Ladies in their victory over Tyrone on Sunday in Fitzgerald Stadium.  Photo (c) Michael G Kenny/Kerry LGFA

LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday February 23rd 2020. There was no winner of the €6,000 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 09 – 13 – 19 – 20. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Ger Moriarty- sold by Dodo; €50 Nick Bainton; €25 Gerard Counihan - sold by Bunkers; €25 Stephen Murphy - sold online. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €6,200.

SENIOR: Laune Rangers hosted Milltown/Castlemaine on Sunday morning, coming out on top by four points at JP O’Sullivan Park. The Laune Rangers team including two players making their full debut – James Hurley and Eoin Clifford making their first starts for the Senior side. Milltown/Castlemaine took the lead in the first passage of play when Jonathan O’Sullivan pointed from a tight angle, before Dáire Cleary pointed a free to level matters only for the visitors to go downfield immediately to go ahead again through Cathal Moriarty. However, Rangers grasped a lead in the 12th minute that they would not relinquish – Fiachra Clifford capitalizing on a wayward free by Milltown ‘keeper Cormac Leane, keeping his nerve to dispatch to the net for a goal. Clifford added a well taken point to leave Rangers ahead by 1-2 to 0-2 with a quarter played. Craig Counihan saw a Milltown point nullified by a pointed free by Dáire Cleary, before Cathal Moriarty pointed again for the visitors. Rangers finished the half strongly though, with Patrick Carey & Dáire Cleary (free) pointing to double the home lead before the break. Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-5, Milltown/Castlemaine 0-4. Ronan O’Shea punched over a point within a minute of his introduction at the interval before Dáire Cleary knocked over his fourth free of the day. With 45 minutes played, Laune Rangers led by 1-7 to 0-4. Dylan O’Neill pointed for the away side, before David Costelloe got on the scoreboard twice for Rangers following his third quarter introduction. Fiachra Clifford added a free before Shane Daly scored from long range to extend the lead to nine points. Milltown/Castlemaine halved the gap before the final whistle, however. Pointed frees by Jonathan O’Sullivan and Cathal Moriarty were followed by a successful penalty dispatched by Moriarty, after Colm O’Mahony was adjudged to have picked up a ball from the ground inside the square. This would prove to be the final score of the game, though. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-11, Milltown/Castlemaine 1-7. Laune Rangers:- Jason Browne, Pierce Tyther, James Hurley, Colm O’Mahony, Eoin Clifford, Neil O’Brien, Patrick Carey (0-1), Shane Daly (0-1), Michael O’Sullivan, Shane McSweeney (capt), Fiachra Clifford (1-2, f), John Tyther, Dáire Cleary (0-4f), Kieran Doona, Mark O’Connor. Subs: Ronan O’Shea (0-1) for O’Connor, Daragh O’Connor for J Tyther, Michael F Russell for Doona, David Costelloe (0-2) for Cleary, Cormac Johnston for O’Brien; Stephen Sealy, Shane Doona. Milltown/Castlemaine:- Cormac Leane, Stephen Roche (capt), Tadgh McCarthy, Paul Carroll, Kieran O’Carroll, Gavin Horan, Killian Kerins, David Roche, Donal Dennehy, John Dennehy, Eoghan O’Brien, Craig Counihan (0-1), Dylan O’Neill (0-1), Cathal Moriarty (1-3, pen 1f), Jonathan O’Sullivan (0-2, 1f). Sub: Pa Wrenn for K O’Carroll.

SENIOR FIXTURES: Laune Rangers make the short trip to Cromane for their rescheduled Mid Kerry Senior League fixture on Sunday next, March 1st at 2pm. The County Senior Football Leagues get underway the following week. Laune Rangers A travel to Keel in Division 3, while – after a five year hiatus – Laune Rangers B return to the County SFL with an away fixture vs Kenmare B.

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS DRAW: The draw for the Club Championships took place on Monday evening last. Laune Rangers were drawn in Group 3 of the Intermediate Championship alongside Rathmore, Castleisland Desmonds and Ardfert. Laune Rangers will face Rathmore in a neutral venue in Round 1 – full details of the fixture not yet confirmed.

SENIOR LADIES: The Laune Rangers Senior Ladies will begin their season on Sunday next, March 1st with a trip to Fossa in the County League – throw in time yet to be confirmed at time of writing. Senior Ladies players are always welcomed into the squad. Whether you’ve never played before, have taken a break for a while, or if you’ve moved into the area and would like to get involved, contact Anthony O’Sullivan (Jiggy) on 087 923 0418 or Selina O’Connor on 087 619 6676.

UNDER 21 FIXTURE: Laune Rangers will face Glenbeigh/Glencar/Cromane in the Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship Final. Details of the fixtures have not yet been finalised.

MINOR FIXTURE: Laune Rangers’ first Minor game of the season will be an away game against Rathmore in the County Minor League Division 1. The game takes place on Saturday next, February 29th in Rathbeg.

G4MA: Laune Rangers Gaelic for Mothers and Others group have begun their training. It continues on Monday evenings from 7pm to 8pm in JP O’Sullivan Park. Contact Selina on 087 619 6676.

KERRY: Well Done to the Kerry Seniors on their win against Meath on Sunday. Congrats to the Kerry Senior Ladies on Sunday’s National League win against Tyrone in Killarney, especially our own Ciara O’Brien. Well Done also to Laune Rangers’ Lara Hoare who was part of the Kerry Under 14 Girls squad in Round 1 of the Munster Championship on Saturday, as well as selector Danny Cahill. Kerry beat both Limerick and Cork to go home with two wins out of two. Best of Luck to the Kerry Under 20s who travel to Limerick on Wednesday evening for the Munster Championship Semi Final, especially our own squad member David Mangan.

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information

GET INVOLVED: If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

GOLF CLASSIC: Laune Rangers are running a Golf Classic on Friday, July 3rd in Dooks Golf Club.

Club News 16/2/2020

posted 16 Feb 2020, 14:50 by Laune Rangers   [ updated 17 Feb 2020, 01:54 ]


LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday February 16th 2020. There was no winner of the €5,800 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 08 – 10 – 11 – 29. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Ellie Cronin- sold by Maura Corcoran; €50 Chris McGillicuddy - sold online; €25 Ciaran O'Sullivan - sold at CYMS; €25 James O'Shea - sold by Maura Corcoran. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €6,000.

SENIOR: Laune Rangers were due to face Cromane on Sunday afternoon, but all Mid Kerry Senior League games were postponed due to the weather warning in place for Storm Denis.

SENIOR FIXTURE: Laune Rangers will host Milltown/Castlemaine next Sunday, February 23rd in Round 5 of the Mid Kerry Senior League.  The game will throw in at 11am to allow patrons travel to Killarney for the Kerry vs Meath game in the afternoon if they wish.

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS DRAW: The Draw for the Club Championships will take place live on Radio Kerry’s Terrace Talk programme from 7pm on Monday evening.

SENIOR LADIES: The Laune Rangers Senior Ladies will begin their season on Sunday, March 1st with a trip to Fossa in the County League. Senior Ladies players are always welcomed into the squad. Whether you’ve never played before, have taken a break for a while, or if you’ve moved into the area and would like to get involved, contact Anthony O’Sullivan (Jiggy) on 087 923 0418 or Selina O’Connor on 087 619 6676.

UNDER 21 FIXTURE: Laune Rangers will face Glenbeigh/Glencar/Cromane in the Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship Final. Details of the fixtures have not yet been finalised.

MINOR: Round 1 of the County Minor League was due to take place on Saturday, but all games were called off due to the weather warning in place for Storm Denis.

MINOR FIXTURE: Laune Rangers’ first Minor game of the season will now be an away game against Rathmore in the County Minor League Division 1. The game takes place on Saturday, February 29th in Rathbeg.

G4MA: Laune Rangers Gaelic for Mothers and Others group have begun their training. It continues on Thursday evenings from 7pm to 8pm in JP O’Sullivan Park. Contact Selina on 087 619 6676.

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information

GET INVOLVED: If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

GOLF CLASSIC: Laune Rangers are running a Golf Classic on Friday, July 3rd in Dooks Golf Club.

Club News 9/2/2020

posted 9 Feb 2020, 14:29 by Laune Rangers

Patrick Daly on the ball during the Mid Kerry League game against Keel on Sunday afternoon

LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday February 9th 2020. There was no winner of the €5,600 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 02 – 14 – 18 – 23. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Donal Sweeney & Stephen O’Grady, sold by O’Grady’s Bar; €50 John & Mary Quirke – standing order; €25 Podge Foley; €25 L&M Syndicate – sold by O’Grady’s Bar. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €5,800.

UNDER 21: Laune Rangers will contest the Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship Final again in 2020, following defeat of Keel/Listry in JP O’Sullivan Park on Saturday afternoon. Playing with a strong breeze behind them in the first half, Rangers were ahead by five points after as many minutes – Shane Doona and Fiachra Clifford scoring early points before Shane Doona capitalized on a super Mark O’Connor pass to find the top corner of the net for a super goal. Ronan O’Shea & Eoin Clifford added points for Rangers to leave the hosts ahead by 1-4 to 0-0 with a quarter played. The trend continued in the 2nd quarter as Shane Doona, Dáire Cleary (free), Fiachra Clifford, Evan Madden and Mark O’Connor all kicked points to leave Rangers in a commanding lead at the break – Keel/Listry struggling against the wind and rain and didn’t register a shot in the opening period. Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-9, Keel/Listry 0-0. Keel/Listry got onto the scoreboard early in the second half – Barry Keane pointing two frees for his side with the first one in particular catching the eye. Laune Rangers had plenty of possession against the breeze and scored their first point of the second half through a well taken Dáire Cleary free to leave the home side ahead by 1-10 to 0-2 with fifteen minutes to play. Keel/Listry found the net in the 46th minute as Rangers goalkeeper Jack Evans was caught off his line by a lobbed shot by Barry Keane, but this would be the visitors’ final score of the game. Dáire Cleary scored his third pointed free before a foul on him denied him a goal-scoring chance, saw Cleary leave the field with a knock and his marker receive a black card and sin-bin. Fiachra Clifford scored the final point of the game with a free to see Rangers win by ten. Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 1-12, Keel/Listry 1-2. Laune Rangers now move on to the Mid Kerry Under 21 Final hoping to defend the title they won in 2019. They will face Glenbeigh/Glencar/Cromane in the decider following GGC’s win against Milltown/Castlemaine – no details set as yet for that fixture. Laune Rangers:- Jack Evans, Seán Cleary, Seán Arthurs, Evan Madden (0-1), Eoin Clifford (0-1), Patrick Carey (capt), Oisín Daly, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Stephen Sealy, Mark O’Connor (0-1), Fiachra Clifford (0-3, 1f), Dáire Cleary (0-3f), Ronan O’Shea (0-1), Gearóid Hassett, Shane Doona (1-2). Subs: Daragh O’Connor for Fitzpatrick, Rory O’Connor for Daly, Matthew Leslie for D Cleary, Darragh O’Shea for Madden. Keel/Listry:- Cillian Sayers, Caolan Ryan, Garrett Prendiville, Seán Langford, Colin Foley, Seán Corcoran, Seamus Giles, Darragh O’Dowd, Daniel Ashe, Gary Murphy, Seán O’Sullivan, Gearóid Murphy, Ruairí Murphy, Barry Keane (1-2f), Micheál Buckley.

SENIOR: Laune Rangers picked up their second win of the Mid Kerry League campaign on Sunday afternoon with an away victory against Keel. Much like last week, Rangers rested their U21 contingent that played the previous day from Sunday’s starting team, providing the opportunity to give a large number of the Senior squad significant game time across the weekend. Keel led in the early stages with two frees scored by Aaron Murphy. However, Rangers began put some good play together and were level by the 7th minute with two well taken points by Kieran Doona. Cillian Dowd put the hosts ahead again before a pointed free by Colm O’Shea levelled matters at 0-3 a piece with a quarter played. Rangers took the lead in the 22nd minute as David Costelloe snuck in and – when a ball broke in his favour – was left one on one with Keel goalkeeper Stephen Cahillane and finished to the net. Cian Flynn and Aaron Murphy (free) points was a good response for Keel, but a good move for Rangers saw great passes from Johnny Carey to Michael O’Sullivan to Colm O’Shea who scored the last point of the first period. Half Time Score:- Keel 0-5, Laune Rangers 1-4. Keel were level three minutes after the restart with two Aaron Murphy points – the first coming from the new offensive mark rule. However, Laune Rangers pushed on from here and dominated possession for the remainder of the first quarter. Kieran Doona, Shane Mc Sweeney and Patrick Daly pointed before McSweeney hit the net for Rangers second goal to leave Rangers leading by 2-7 to 0-7 with fifteen minutes to play. Patrick Daly and Aaron Murphy twice traded points to keep the six point gap between the sides, but Murphy kicked his 8th point of the game from a free and Tom Ladden pointed with the last kick of the game. Full Time Score:- Keel 0-11, Laune Rangers 2-9. Keel:- Stephen Cahillane, Seán Cremins, Aaron Cahillane, Gavin Evans, Seán Corcoran, Thomas Ladden (0-1), Daniel Ashe, Darragh O’Dowd, Tommy Buckley, Gary Murphy, Aaron Murphy (0-8, 6f), Eoin O’Neill, Cillian Murphy, Cillian Dowd (0-1), Cian Flynn (0-1). Subs: Colin Foley, Liam Clifford, Sean Langford. Laune Rangers:- Jason Browne, Pierce Tyther, Jonathan Carey, Colm O’Mahony, Neil O’Brien (capt), John Tyther, Cormac Johnston, Shane Daly, Michael O’Sullivan, Patrick Daly (0-3, 2f), Shane McSweeney (0-1), Daragh O’Connor, Colm O’Shea (0-2, 1f), Kieran Doona (0-3), David Costelloe. Subs: Seán Arthurs for J Tyther, Eamonn Carey for O’Connor, Oisín Daly for Johnston.

SENIOR FIXTURE: Round 4 of the Mid Kerry Senior League takes place on Sunday next, February 16th with an away game against Cromane. Throw in 2pm

MINOR FIXTURE: Laune Rangers Minors get their season underway next weekend with Round 1 of the County League Division 1. Laune Rangers host Killarney Legion on Saturday next, February 15th at 3:30pm in JP O’Sullivan Park.

G4MA: The first meeting of our Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others took place on Wednesday evening last in our club rooms in JP O’Sullivan Park. We had a great turnout but there’s plenty of time left to express an interest! Contact Selina on 087 619 6676.

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information

KERRY: Well Done to the Kerry Senior Ladies who had a win at home against Armagh on Sunday, especially our own Ciara O’Brien who lined out at corner back.

GET INVOLVED: If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

Club News 3/2/2020

posted 3 Feb 2020, 09:55 by Laune Rangers

The Laune Rangers Under 21s that defeated Beaufort on Saturday afternoon

LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday February 2nd 2020. There was no winner of the €5,400 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 03 – 06 – 17 – 30. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Joan O'Shea- sold by Joan O'Shea; €50 Dee Fleming - sold at O'Grady's Bar; €25 Byrne Family - sold at CYMS; €25 Jim Griffin - sold by Pat Foley. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €5,600.

UNDER 21: Laune Rangers began their defence of the Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship title on Saturday afternoon with the trip to Beaufort in the preliminary round of the 2020 competition. The home side led early on, as points from Jack Sweeney (2, 1 free) & Ciarán Kennedy were met by a sole Shane Doona point to put the hosts 0-3 to 0-1 ahead after 5 minutes. Dáire Cleary and Ronan O’Shea levelled matters with points for Rangers, before Ciarán Kennedy knocked the ball to the net from close range to put his side ahead. Laune Rangers began to take control of the game from here though, and points by cousins Eoin & Fiachra Clifford left the minimum between the sides at 0-5 to 1-3 with a quarter played. The sides were level when Dáire Cleary pointed after beating his markers and completing a fine run, while Fiachra put Rangers ahead for the first time soon afterwards. Gearóid Hassett & Jack Hallissey traded points before Laune Rangers took over at the end of the first half. Points by Dáire Cleary and Shane Doona had the visitors three ahead before that lead was doubled when Gearóid hit the net from close range. Further points by Shane Doona and Fiachra Clifford saw Rangers leading by eight at the break. Half Time Score:- Beaufort 1-4, Laune Rangers 1-12. Beaufort began the second half brightly, with Ciarán Kennedy scoring three points (2 frees) with Dáire Cleary pointing a free at the other end in the same period to leave the hosts trailing by six after 35 minutes. Dáire Cleary & Jack O’Connor exchanged frees before a great cheer welcomed Kevin Fitzpatrick back for a first appearance on the field of play since a cruciate ligament injury in July 2018. Jack Sweeney (free) and Ronan O’Shea traded points once again before further Rangers scores were added by Fiachra Clifford (free), Patrick Carey and Gearóid Hassett to leave Rangers ahead by 1-18 to 1-9 with fifteen minutes to play. Dáire Cleary and Fiachra Clifford increased Rangers’ lead with points before Beaufort scored their second goal through substitute Shane O’Sullivan Rouse who finished well to the bottom corner. Gabriel Griffin – introduced himself a few minutes earlier – got his name on the scoresheet before Jack O’Connor pointed a free for Beaufort. If the win wasn’t secured beforehand, Dáire Cleary’s 58th minute goal certainly ended any chance of an unlikely comeback. Jonathan Kissane scored the final point of the game to leave ten points between the sides at the end. Full Time Score:- Beaufort 2-11, Laune Rangers 2-21. Beaufort:- Seán Coffey, Seán Kissane, Ethan Coffey, Liam Curran, Mark Neary, Jonathan Kissane (0-1), Kieran O’Sullivan, Ian McGillycuddy, Seán O’Brien, Oisin O’Connor, Jack O’Connor (0-2f), Jack Sweeney (0-3, 2f), Eoin O’Hagan, Ciarán Kennedy (1-4, 2f), Jack Hallissey (0-1). Subs: Shane O’Sullivan Rouse (1-0), Niall Carey. Laune Rangers:- Jack Evans, Evan Madden, Seán Arthurs, James Hurley, Eoin Clifford (0-1), David Mangan, Oisín Daly, Patrick Carey (0-1), Stephen Sealy, Mark O’Connor, Fiachra Clifford (0-5, 3f), Dáire Cleary (1-6, 2f), Ronan O’Shea (0-2), Gearóid Hassett (1-2), Shane Doona (0-3). Subs:- Kevin Fitzpatrick for Daly, Seán Cleary for Madden, Gabriel Griffin (0-1) for M O’Connor, Matthew Leslie for E Clifford, Evan Madden for Griffin; Padraig Ahern.

SENIOR: With the Under 21 players that played on Saturday rested from the Senior starting team, a depleted Laune Rangers hosted Beaufort in Round 2 of the Mid Kerry Senior Football League in a very cold and windswept Cloon on Sunday afternoon. The visitors, who made the better use of the strong wind that blew straight down the field, ran out victorious at the final whistle. It was Beaufort who opened the scoring in the 2nd minute, with a point from corner forward, Daragh Coffey. Laune Rangers, who had the wind in their favour for the opening half, answered with a converted free from the boot of Colm O’Shea in the 3rd minute. Two points in as many minutes from Liam Carey saw Beaufort lead 0-03 to 0-01 in the 5th minute of the opening half. Patrick Daly pointed for the home side in the 10th minute to let the minimum between the sides, 0-03 to 0-02. Colm O’Shea levelled the game in the 16th minute with another pointed free after Cormac Johnston worked hard to win back possession for the home side. Daragh Coffey (Beaufort) and David Costello (Laune Rangers) swapped scores in the minutes that followed to let the game level at 0-04 a piece in the 21st minute of the opening half. Beaufort finished the half strong with another point from Daragh Coffey as well as a Danny Healy effort. Beaufort went in for their first goal at the stroke of half-time, from the boot of Mark Neary, to let the score at the short whistle; Laune Rangers 0-04 to 1-06 Beaufort. Laune Rangers registered the opening score of the second half with a point from play for Colm O’Shea from the throw in. Beaufort continued to push on, in what was a very lack-lustre 2nd half, and made good use of the wind at their backs notching up a further 3 points from Liam Carey (2nd minute), Daragh Coffey (7th minute) and Michael O’Sullivan (12th minute) to lead 1-09 to 0-05 mind-way through the second half. A 17th minute pointed free from Colm O’Shea was cancelled out by a Daragh Coffey effort for the visitors and it was 1-10 to 0-06 heading in to the final 10 minutes. David Costello and Gavin O’Shea pointed for the home side in the closing minutes but points from Liam Carey(2), Cormac Joy(1) and Daragh Coffey(1) as well as Beaufort’s second goal of the afternoon, a fine shot taken by full forward Liam Carey, saw Beaufort run out victorious on a score line of Laune Rangers 0-08 to 2-14 Beaufort. Laune Rangers: Jason Browne, Pierce Tyther, Michael O’Sullivan, Neil O’Brien, Cormac Johnston, Johnny Carey, Colm O’Mahony, Shane McSweeney, John Tyther, David Costello, Patrick Daly, Eric Dunlea, Mike F. Russell, Eamon Carey, Colm O’Shea. Subs: Oisín Daly, James Hurley, Gavin O’Shea, Darren Riordan, James Lynch. Beaufort: Jason Foley, Liam Curran, Nathan Breen, James O’Reilly, Cormac Joy, Jeremiah O’Sullivan, Pádraig O’Sullivan, Ronan Murphy, Michael Breen, Fergal Hallissey, Danny Healy, Mark Neary, Niall O’Connor, Liam Carey, Daragh Coffey.

UNDER 21 FIXTURE: Laune Rangers will host Keel/Listry in the Semi Final of the Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship. The game takes place on Saturday next, February 8th at 2pm.

SENIOR FIXTURE: Round 3 of the Mid Kerry Senior League takes place on Sunday next, February 9th with an away game against Keel. Throw in 2pm

G4MA: The first meeting of our Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others took place on Wednesday evening last in our club rooms in JP O’Sullivan Park. We had a great turnout but there’s plenty of time left to express an interest! Contact Selina on 087 619 6676.

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information

KERRY: Well Done to the Kerry Seniors on their win against Galway in Tralee on Saturday evening. Well Done to the Kerry Senior Ladies who had a win on the road against Wexford on Sunday, especially our own Ciara O’Brien who was introduced from the bench in the game.

GET INVOLVED: If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

Club News 26/1/2020

posted 26 Jan 2020, 17:03 by Laune Rangers

Laune Rangers Senior team that defeated Glenbeigh/Glencar on Sunday afternoon

LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday January 26th 2020. There was no winner of the €5,200 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 10 – 13 – 25 – 31. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Megan O'Sullivan; €50 Donie & Tara Fleming - sold at O'Grady's Bar; €25 Barth Moriarty - sold by Barth Moriarty; €25 Christina O'Brien - sold by Burkes. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €5,400.

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CHRISTY KISSANE CUP: Laune Rangers travelled to London this past weekend to face Kingdom Kerry Gaels in the Christy Kissane Memorial Cup. Laune Rangers came out on top to regain the Christy Kissane Cup they won last in 2017. Kingdom Kerry Gaels 3-08, Laune Rangers 7-08. 

SENIOR: The 2020 season got underway on Sunday with Round 1 of the Mid Kerry Senior League versus Glenbeigh/Glencar in Cloon. Both sides were starting the season with new management in place, as the Rangers managers John Sheehan & James Sheehan came up against John Evans on the Glenbeigh sideline. With 14 members of the Laune Rangers squad gone to London to play the Christy Kissane Cup & another half dozen looking on from the sideline with injuries, Rangers had a new look to their team on the day. Senior debuts were given out to starters Eoin O’Sullivan & Ronan O’Shea and – after the former’s day was cut short with a 1st minute injury – Stephen Sealy was called upon for his debut also. Laune Rangers came out on top on the day with goals proving key. Final Score:- Laune Rangers 4-9, Glenbeigh/Glencar 1-13. Laune Rangers Team:- Vincent Costello, David Mangan, Seán Arthurs, Neil O’Brien, Oisín Daly, Jonathan Carey, Daragh O’Connor, Eoin O’Sullivan, Shane Daly, Fiachra Clifford, Dáire Cleary, Mark O’Connor, Ronan O’Shea, Kieran Doona, Shane Doona. Subs:- Stephen Sealy for O’Sullivan, Pierce Tyther for Carey, Mike Frank Russell for K Doona, James Hurley for D O’Connor, Patrick Daly for S Doona.

UNDER 21 FIXTURE: The Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship gets underway next weekend with a trip to Beaufort in the preliminary round. The game takes place on Saturday next, February 1st at 2pm.

SENIOR FIXTURE: Round 2 of the Mid Kerry Senior League takes place on Sunday next, February 2nd with a home game against Beaufort in Cloon. Throw in 2pm

G4MA: The first meeting of our Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others takes place on Wednesday, January 29th at 8:30pm in our club rooms in JP O’Sullivan Park- no boots required, just a get together for any interested ladies looking to get involved!

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information

KERRY: Well Done to the Kerry Senior Ladies who picked up a great away win in Cavan to get their season off to a great start. Congratulations especially to our own Ciara O’Brien who lined out at corner back. Well Done also to Kerry Under 20s on their win against Galway, with David Mangan an unused substitute on the day.

NA GAEIL: Congratulations to Na Gaeil on their All Ireland Junior Club title win on Saturday last.

GET INVOLVED: Planning starts immediately for 2020. If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

Club News 19/1/2020

posted 19 Jan 2020, 16:05 by Laune Rangers


LOTTO: Lotto Results for Sunday January 19th 2020. There was no winner of the €5,000 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 19 – 20 – 28 – 30. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Frances O'Reilly - sold by Burkes; €50 D O'Meara - Barth Moriarty; €25 Eileen O'Sullivan - sold by Maura Corcoran; €25 Mary O'Shea - sold by Brian O'Shea. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €5,200.

CHRISTY KISSANE CUP: Best wishes to the Laune Rangers team who travel to London next weekend to contest the Annual Christy Kissane Memorial Cup.

SENIOR FIXTURE: The 2020 season gets underway on Sunday next with Round 1 of the Mid Kerry Senior League. Laune Rangers host Glenbeigh/Glencar in Cloon with throw in at 2pm.

UNDER 21 FIXTURE: Laune Rangers’ defence of the Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship will begin with a preliminary round game away to Beaufort. The game takes place on Saturday, February 1st at 2pm

SIGERSON CUP: Well Done to Fiachra Clifford and his UCD teammates who defeated St Marys today to reach the Semi Finals of the Sigerson Cup. We wish them all the Best of Luck in their Semi Final tie against DCU in Wednesday night’s Semi Final.

MEMBERSHIP: Laune Rangers membership is now open for 2020. Our subscription for this year remains unchanged - Family €70, Adult €50, OAP €20, Scór only €20. Registrars Larry Laide and Pat O'Shea will be available at our home games early in the year, and at our Sunday morning nursery when they return in Spring. Contact Larry on 086 1969250 for more information.  Youth Membership Application/Renewal Form & Data Protection Information available to download by clicking the links.

KERRY: Well done to Kerry Under 20s who defeated Galway on Saturday in the John Kerins Development League, especially our own David Mangan who lined out in the number 5 jersey.

GET INVOLVED: Planning starts immediately for 2020. If any member is interested in getting involved in the club, the door is always open for new volunteers in all aspects of the Club – coaching, fundraising, helping out on big match days in selling Club Lotto or operating the Scoreboard! Of course, the club is always looking for budding photographers and/or journalists that want to gain some experience in the field. Contact pro.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie or make it known to any member of the executive if interested.

REFEREES: Are you interested in becoming a referee? Think you can do better? Then “Put your whistle where your mouth is” and become a GAA Referee! Referee courses will be provided. Contact secretary.launerangers.kerry@gaa.ie if interested.

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