1920-1939

1935

1935

1920-1939 March 14, 2014 at 9:35 am Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1935   At the Kerry Co. GAA Convention, which was held in the Courthouse, Tralee on Sun. 24th Feb. a motion from Austin Stack’s Club, ‘that we call on the Convention to endorse our action in refusing to take part in any GAA activities, football or hurling […]

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1929

1929

1920-1939 March 14, 2014 at 9:34 am Comments are Disabled

  Laune Rangers – 1929 Laune Rangers’ players played with East-Kerry in the Co Senior Football Championship. A Senior Football Parish League was inaugurated with teams from Killorglin Town, Gurrane, Cromane, Meanus and Steelroe. Although the Killorglin Camogie team played some challenge matches, it did not enter the Co. Camogie […]

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1939

1939

1920-1939 February 18, 2014 at 1:29 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1939   At the Laune Rangers AGM, which was held at the end of March, there was a large and enthusiastic attendance. The Chairman, Mike Joy, said that the fact that they had been able to meet their liabilities, during the past season, had been most satisfactory. […]

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1938

1920-1939 February 18, 2014 at 1:27 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1938   The officers of the club were: Chairman – Mike Joy (Clooncarrig), Vice-Chairman – Paddy Foley (Iveragh Road), Secretary – Johnsie O Connor (Lower Bridge St.), Treasurer – Batty O Dwyer. Senior captain – John Joe Falvey.   Co. Senior Football Championship Ten teams entered for […]

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1937

1920-1939 February 18, 2014 at 1:26 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1937 Co. Senior Football Championship 12 teams entered for the Co. Senior Championship and they were divided into two groups. North: Kerins O Rahillys, Gaeltacht, Dingle, North Kerry, Castlegregory and St. Brendan’s. South: Austin Stacks, Iveragh, Laune Rangers, John Mitchels, Killarney and Castleisland. The Championship was run […]

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1936

1920-1939 February 18, 2014 at 1:24 pm Comments are Disabled

1936 – Laune Rangers.   Co. Senior Football Championship Ten teams entered for the Co. Senior Football Championship. They were divided into two groups, Group A: Austin Stacks, South-Kerry, Killarney, St. Brendan’s and Killorglin. Group B: Kerins O Rahillys, North Kerry, John Mitchels, Gaeltacht and Dingle. That was a new […]

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1935

1935

1920-1939 February 18, 2014 at 1:22 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1935   At the Kerry Co. GAA Convention, which was held in the Courthouse, Tralee on Sun. 24th Feb. a motion from Austin Stack’s Club, ‘that we call on the Convention to endorse our action in refusing to take part in any GAA activities, football or hurling […]

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1934

1934

1920-1939 February 18, 2014 at 1:21 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1934   The 1933 Munster Camogie Semi-final, Kerry v Cork, was played in Killorglin.   The AGM of the Laune Rangers Club took place on Mon. 7th May. The following officers were elected: President – Rev. F.G. Mangan C.C. Chairman – Mike Joy. Vice-Chairmen – James O […]

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1933

1933

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:40 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1933 Laune Rangers’ players continued to play with East-Kerry in the Co. Senior and Intermediate Championships. The Laune Rangers District League, which included teams from Steelroe, Glenbeigh, Meanus/Dunloe and Lower Town, was won by the latter team. John Joe Falvey played on the Kerry Junior Football team […]

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1932

1932

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:39 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1932 Laune Rangers again participated with East-Kerry in the Co. Senior and Intermediate Football Co. Championships. Laune Rangers, captained by Tadhg McGillycuddy, won the East-Kerry Senior Football League. Prompted by Rev. Fr. Mangan, a Laune Football League was expanded to ten teams, Lower Town, Upper Town, Gurrane, […]

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1931

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:39 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1931 Laune Rangers’ players played with East-Kerry in the Co. Senior Football Championship. They, also, played with East-Kerry in the Co. Intermediate Football Championship, which had been inaugurated. Liam McSweeney was a on the Kerry delegation to Annual Congress. The death occurred on Maurice O Sullivan, old […]

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1930

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:38 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1930 Laune Rangers again participated in the Co. Senior Football Championship as part of the East-Kerry team. East-Kerry was divided into four sections for the purposes of running the fixtures’ programme. Killorglin Camogie entered a team in the Co. Camogie Championship. The death occurred in the USA […]

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1929

1929

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:36 pm Comments are Disabled

  Laune Rangers – 1929 Laune Rangers’ players played with East-Kerry in the Co Senior Football Championship. A Senior Football Parish League was inaugurated with teams from Killorglin Town, Gurrane, Cromane, Meanus and Steelroe. Although the Killorglin Camogie team played some challenge matches, it did not enter the Co. Camogie […]

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1928

1928

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:36 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1928   Having been without a playing/practice field for a number of years, the Killorglin GAA Club had almost become defunct, but it was reorganised with vigour in 1928.   After a lapse of three years, during which only the district winners contested the Co. Senior Football […]

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1927

1927

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:35 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1927   For a variety of reasons, the Killorglin Football Club did not operate to any degree of efficiency. It had lost a number of its players through emigration. There had been dissatisfaction that a greater number of players from the area had not been given a […]

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1926

1926

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:34 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1926   Killorglin GAA Club commenced the East-Kerry League with great enthusiasm, defeating Scartaglin, Killarney, Firies and drawing with Fossa. However, the League dragged on through the following year and was not finished until March 1928, by which time Killorglin had long lost interest in the competition. […]

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1925

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:34 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1925   The District Football Leagues were inaugurated, the winners of each district participating in the Co. Senior Football Championship, which was organised after a lapse of five years.   Killorglin Football Club took part in the East-Kerry League, losing to Currow, Killarney and Firies before defeating […]

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1924

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:32 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1924 The Co. Senior Football Championship was not played, principally due to the fact that the Kerry team was involved in the concluding stages of the 1923 All-Ireland Championship and the 1924 Munster Championship.   Games for the Co. Senior Football Championship were initially scheduled but teams, […]

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1923

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:32 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1923   The preparation of the Co. Senior Football team took precedence over the needs of the clubs and the Co. Championship was not played.   The Civil-War dragged on until May, but the resulting scars remained on much longer.   * * * * * * […]

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1922

1920-1939 February 3, 2014 at 12:31 pm Comments are Disabled

Laune Rangers – 1922   The Civil-War, which started in June, occupied the minds of the young men to the detriment of Gaelic Games in the county.   * * * * * * * * * * *   Co. Senior Football Championship   Seven teams entered for the […]

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