WHAT an absolutely incredible season it has been for Killarney Celtic FC who have swept the boards at every level with a series of brilliant performances.
Following their FAI Youths Cup and Kerry Youths League triumphs, the senior team are taking inspiration from those that will one day replace them by winning everything in sight themselves.
The undisputed Kerry soccer kingpins – who have been almost untouchable in recent seasons – clinched the Kerry Premier A Championship crown on Sunday with a very emphatic 4-0 victory against town rivals Killarney Athletic AFC.
A brilliant brace from Ryan Kelliher and further strikes from Stephen O’Mahony and Shane Lowth helped the hoops to their third Premiership title in a row and it sparked great celebrations at Mounthawk Park in Tralee.
And they’re not finished yet as Brian Spillane’s side has also reached the Greyhound Bar Cup final with a 5-0 victory over Classic FC.
Meanwhile, the Celtic Youths eased to an 8-2 win against Dingle Bay Rovers in the final of the Jimmy Falvey Memorial Cup which is dedicated to the memory of a great club stalwart.
Hat-tricks from both Terry Sparling and Dylan Callaghan and single strikes from Evan Looney and Erin Moloney finished off their season in tremendous style and, afterwards, Dylan Falvey was sent forward to collect the cup dedicated to the memory of his late uncle Jimmy.
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