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1990-1999

  • James O Shea received the Bishop Moynihan Cup

1993

Laune Rangers – 1993  Laune Rangers won the Co. Senior Football Championship for the eighth time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Senior Football Championship for the fourth year-in-a-row and the 17th time in total. Laune [...]

  • Laune Rangers – 1992 Co. SF League Div. 1 Champions

1992

Laune Rangers - 1992  Laune Rangers won the Co. Senior Football League Division 1 for the fourth time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Senior Football Championship for the third year-in-a-row and for the sixteenth time [...]

  • Laune Rangers – 1990 Co. U-12 ‘B’ Football Champions

1990

  Laune Rangers - 1990   Laune Rangers regained the Mid-Kerry Senior Football Championship, winning it for the fourteenth time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Senior Football League for the fifth year-in-a-row and the eleventh [...]

  • 1991 Féile Peil na nOg Finals in Navan

1991

Laune Rangers - 1991   Laune Rangers had three teams in the Co. Football League – in Divisions 1, 4 and 6. Laune Rangers won the Co. Club ‘B’ Football Championship (Molyneaux Cup) for the [...]

1980-1989

  • Celebrations by the Laune outside Coffey’s Bar 1982

1982

  Laune Rangers – 1982  Laune Rangers ‘B’ won the Co. Club ‘B’ Football Championship. Laune Rangers ‘B’ won the Mid-Kerry ‘B’ Football Championship, which was a new competition, by beating Laune Rangers ‘C’ (Cromane) [...]

  • Joe Shannon in full flight

1980

Laune Rangers – 1980 Having been relegated the previous year, Laune Rangers played in Division 2 of the Co. Senior Football League and the club, also, had a team in Division 4. Beaufort refused the [...]

  • Laune Rangers – Co. SF Champions 1989

1989

Laune Rangers - 1989  Laune Rangers won the Co. Senior Football Championship for the seventh time – the first since 1911. Laune Rangers won the Co. Senior Football League Division 1 for the third time. [...]

  • Killorglin – All-Ireland Community Games’ Football Runners-up 1981

1981

Laune Rangers – 1981  Laune Rangers reached the Co. Senior Football Semi-final, only to be beaten by the eventual winners, South-Kerry. Laune Rangers, trained by Patsy Joy, won promotion to Division 1 of the Co. [...]

1960-1979

  • Laune Rangers – Co. and Mid-Kerry U-12 Champions 1972

1972

Laune Rangers – 1972  Laune Rangers reached the semi-final of the Co. Senior Football Championship. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Minor Football Championship for the tenth time. Laune Rangers won the Co. U-12 Football Championship [...]

  • Laune Rangers – Co. U-12 Championship runners-up 1971

1971

Laune Rangers – 1971  Laune Rangers retained the O Sullivan Cup. Laune Rangers won the first Mid-Kerry U-12 Football Championship. Coláiste Íosagáin, Ballyvourney won the Munster Senior Colleges’ Championship – Johnny O Connor, Ardmoniel played [...]

  • Laune Rangers in Gaelic Park, New York, 1970

1970

Laune Rangers – 1970  Laune Rangers re-entered the Co. Senior Football Championship. Laune Rangers won the Co. Novice Football Championship for the first time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Senior Football Championship Final (played in [...]

  • Laune Rangers - County Minor Champions 1977

1977

                             Laune Rangers – 1977  Laune Rangers won the Co. Minor Football Championship for the first time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Minor Football Championship for the thirteenth time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry U-16 [...]

  • Paul Lucey (Caragh Lake)

1969

Laune Rangers –1969  Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Senior Football Championship for the fifth time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Minor Football Championship for the eighth time. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry U-16 Football Championship [...]

  • Mid-Kerry U-14 Football Team – Co. Champions 1968

1968

Laune Rangers – 1968  Laune Rangers lost the Mid-Kerry Senior Football Championship Final to Keel. Laune Rangers won the Mid-Kerry Minor Football Championship for the seventh time. Mid-Kerry won the Co. U-16 Football Championship. The [...]

1940-1959

1953

Laune Rangers – 1953  Kerry lost to Cork in the Munster Minor Football Semi-final. Pat O Shea was a substitute. Paddy Foley was Vice-Chairman of the Mid-Kerry Board.   Co. Senior Football Championship Sixteen teams [...]

  • Killarney Minor Hurling team (Co. Champions) 1952

1952

Laune Rangers – 1952  For the first time, a Minor Hurling Club was formed in Killorglin. James Coffey was the Secretary/Treasurer. The Mid-Kerry Senior Football Championship was unfinished For the first time in many years, [...]

  • Killorglin Greyhound Track - now JP O'Sullivan Park

1951

Laune Rangers - 1951  The ‘Track’ was purchased for £2,000 and named the J.P. O Sullivan Park. The first Co. Senior Football Championship game was played in the J.P. O Sullivan Park on Sun. 6th [...]

1950

Laune Rangers – 1950  Paddy Clifford, then with Glenbeigh, played at right fullback on the Kerry team that lost to Cork in the Munster Junior Football Championship. The Co. Technical Schools’ League was initiated. Mossy [...]

  • Murt Kelly (Lismacfinnane)

1949

Laune Rangers – 1949  Munster beat Ulster in the Railway Cup Final. Teddy O Connor, then with Dick Fitzgerald’s, played at right halfback and won his second Railway Cup medal. The death occurred on Thurs. [...]

  • Killarney Senior Hurling team 1948

1948

Laune Rangers – 1948  Mid-Kerry again reached the Co. Minor Football Semi-final, only to lose to Castleisland. Kerry beat Cork in the Munster Senior Football Final but lost to Mayo in the All-Ireland Semi-final. Teddy [...]

1920-1939

  • Laune Rangers 1935

1935

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 [...]

  • John Joe Falvey (Lower Bridge St.)

1934

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 [...]

  • Sheila O Neill (Upper Bridge St.)

1933

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 [...]

  • Tadhg McGillycuddy (Coolbane

1932

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. [...]

1931

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 [...]

1930

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 [...]

1888-1919

1916

Laune Rangers – 1916   Laune Rangers, captained by Dan Hayes, drew with Killarney Crokes in the Co. Senior Football Championship, which was a major feat, considering that Killarney had not been beaten in the [...]

1915

Laune Rangers – 1915   Mick Duffy played on the Kerry Junior team that defeated Limerick in the first round of the Munster Junior Football Championship.   * * * * * * * * [...]

1914

Laune Rangers – 1914   Laune Rangers, captained by Dan Hayes, lost the first round of the Co. Senior Football Championship to Listowel.   John Langford and Hugh Duffy were on the Kerry team that [...]

  • Paddy Foley (Iveragh Road)

1913

Laune Rangers – 1913   Laune Rangers, captained by Dan Hayes, defeated Listowel in the first round of the Co. Senior Football Championship, but lost to Tralee Mitchels in the second round.   Paddy Kennelly [...]

  • William Roche NT (Dungeel)

1912

Laune Rangers – 1912   Killorglin, captained by Dan Hayes, lost the first round of the Co. Senior Football Championship to Killarney Dr. Crokes, the eventual winners of the competition.   Paddy Kennelly and Jimmy [...]

  • Dan Hayes (Ardmoniel)

1911

Laune Rangers – 1911   Killorglin reached the Co. Senior Football Championship Final for the seventh time, defeating Dingle and Valentia (after a replay) along the way. The final was played in Killarney and Killorglin, [...]