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David Mangan & Daire Cleary lift the Michael O'Connor Cup
celebrations for Mid Kerry Champions
David Mangan & Daire Cleary lift the Michael O'Connor Cup
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Laune Rangers GAA Club

Laune Rangers is a GAA & LGFA club based in town of Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland.

Senior Football

Laune Rangers are one of the oldest and most storied clubs in County Kerry, having formed in 1888.  Ten County Senior Football Championships have been won by the club, the most recent in 1996.

Laune Rangers most famous day was St Patrick’s Day 1996, winning the All Ireland Senior Club Football Championship in Croke Park.

Laune Rangers Senior Football

Minor Football

Laune Rangers success at underage level through the 70s, 80s and 90s transferred into Minor level, as the club won a first County Minor Championship title in 1977, three in a row 1987-1989 and again in 1995.

Laune Rangers Minor Football

Bord na nÓg

Laune Rangers Bord na Nog

Laune Rangers Bord na nÒg caters for the footballing needs of nearly 200 juvenile boys in the local community from age 5 to minors (age 17).

Our nursery programme, on Sunday mornings for boys under eleven years of age, gives these youngsters their first introduction to the skills of the game and the ethos of the club.

Ladies

Laune Rangers LGFA caters for the footballing needs of over 180 juvenile girls in the local community from age 5 to minors (age 18).

Our nursery programme, on Wednesday evenings for girls under ten years of age, gives these youngsters their first introduction to the skills of the games and the ethos of the club.

Laune Rangers Ladies Football

Club History

laune rangers history

The club was formed in 1888 by two teachers. The newly formed club won the Kerry County Championship of 1889 and 1890. In 1890, after again winning the County Championship, Rangers represented Kerry in the All-Ireland series.

They defeated Clondrohid 3-6 to 0-5 and won the Munster final but lost the All-Ireland Final. The first recorded match the club played was against John Mitchels in 1888.

The club’s finest hour came when they won the All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship in 1996 beating Éire Óg of Carlow in the final.

Famous players have included Mike & Liam Hassett, Peter Crowley and Mike Frank Russell, all of whom have won All-Ireland Senior Football Championship titles with the Kerry county team.

Latest News

Club News 03-06-2024

3 June 2024|0 Comments

LOTTO Lotto Results for 2nd June 2024. There was no winner of the €6,700 jackpot. Numbers Drawn were 09, 14, 18, 28. Consolation Prizes: €100 – Kathleen Cahillane  – sold Maura Corcoran; €50 [...]

Club News 20-05-2024

23 May 2024|0 Comments

LOTTO Lotto Results for 19th May 2024. There was no winner of the €6,500 jackpot. Numbers Drawn were 08, 17, 18, 26. Consolation Prizes: €100 – Jo and Hannah Murphy - sold O’Grady’s Bar; [...]

Club News 29-04-2024

29 April 2024|0 Comments

LOTTO Lotto Results for 28th April 2024. There was no winner of the €6,200 jackpot. Numbers Drawn were 01, 05, 16, 26. Consolation Prizes: €100 – Eileen Hickson – sold by Margaret Browne; [...]