Category Archives: Sport

Levy proposal lost by 49 vote margin

A PROPOSAL by Killarney Golf and Fishing Club to introduce an emergency levy to counter the devastating financial impact of Covid-19 has been rejected by members, can confirm. The club’s management council asked members to vote on the plan for a €250 levy to be paid by all members, excluding juniors, in addition to… Continue Reading

Funds provided to help all gain access to sport

COMMUNITY organisations in Kerry have been approved for funding to support sport and physical activity measures with a total of €7.3 million from the Dormant Accounts Fund being allocated to support community groups across the country and close on €140,000 for Kerry alone. The investment aims to engage with communities in Kerry, focusing on people with… Continue Reading

A vote of ‘great importance’ for the future of the golf club

AS Covid-19 continues to have a devastating impact on club finances, Killarney Golf and Fishing Club members will tonight vote on whether to pay an emergency levy proposed by the management council. A special general meeting will be held with voting to be conducted online or at a special supervised voting kiosk in the clubhouse.… Continue Reading

Super Sunday in store with glamour local derby

THE stage is set for a glamour East Kerry SFC O’Donoghue Cup quarter-final at the weekend with fierce local rivals Killarney Legion and Dr Crokes set for a showdown to decide who advances to the last four of the district’s premier competition. This eagerly anticipated repeat of last year’s final when Legion overcame Crokes to… Continue Reading

Crokes ladies clinch silverware on the double

IF the club’s hurlers were creating their own little bit of history by winning a third Kerry Intermediate Hurling Championship on Sunday, the excitement was nothing to compare with the incredible performance of the club’s ladies in the County Junior A Championship final in Killarney. Just days after the Crokes under 16 girls won Division… Continue Reading