Bord Na NOg

Kilgarvan GAA club has a thriving Bord na NOg section!  We were winners of the Kerry Coiste Na NOg Club of the Year jointly with Kenmare in 2015 and 2016.  Our juveniles have had great success in recent years.

Competitions won were

2017

U12 County League Hurling Div 1 with Kenmare

U14 County League Football  Div 3 with Tuosist

U14 County League Hurling Div 1 with Kenmare

U14 Feile A Hurling with  Kenmare

U16 East Kerry League – Div 4 with Tuosist

1 (21)

 

2016

U16 Div 1 East Kerry Football League – joined with Tuosist.

U16 Div 1 County Hurling League – joined with Kenmare

U16 County Hurling Championship – joined with Kenmare

U16 South Kerry League Hurling –  Kilgarvan only

U16 Ballyhea Pat McCarthy Hurling Tournament – joined with Kenmare

U14 Div 7 County Football League – joined with Tuosist

U14 Championship Plate with Kenmare District – 8 players from Kilgarvan were on this team

U14 South Kerry League Hurling – Kilgarvan only

U12 South Kerry Hurling League – joined with Kenmare

 

 2015

U12 County hurling league Div 2 – Kilgarvan only

U12 South Kerry Hurling league – Kilgarvan only

U14 County football league Div 9 – joined with Tuosist

U16 County football league Div 4 – joined with Tuosist

U16 County hurling championship – joined with South Kerry

Kilgarvan Hurlers and Footballers

Kilgarvan has produced some fine hurlers and footballers over the years.

Kilgarvan hurlers won the county championship in 1953, 1956 and 1958.

In 1959 Kilgarvan/Kenmare Minors won the county minor hurling championship.

In 1961 Sean Healy played centre field on the Kerry team that won the All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship.

Also in 1961 the Kilgarvan senior footballers won the Kenmare senior football championship for the first time beating Kenmare in the final.

In 1967 the Kenmare/Kilgarvan hurlers won the U16 county championship.

In 1972 Kilgarvan won the County Intermediate hurling title for the first time. Also in 1972 the Kenmare/Kilgarvan hurlers won the County U21 hurling championship.

In 1974 Kenmare district won the county senior football title for the first time, Patrick Kelleher Morleys Bridge and Jimmy Cremin were on the team

In 1981 Richard Hickey was on the Kerry minor football team v Clare.

In 1981 and 1982 Kilgarvan won the County Intermediate hurling title

In 1982 Kilgarvan/Kenmare won the Kerry u15 hurling Championship with John Foley, Mickey Foley & Timmy Twomey playing.

In 1983 Kilgarvan/Kenmare won the Kerry Minor Hurling championship with Pat Twomey, Tom Gill, John Foley and Denis Randles on the Panel.  Kilgarvan Senior footballers won the district Spillane cup.

In 1984 Kilgarvan won the County Intermediate Championship.  Also in 1984 Mickey Foley captained the Kilgarvan/Kenmare team that won the Kerry U16 Hurling Championship.  Kilgarvan/Tuosist/Templenoe won Div. 3 county Minor Football league, Kilgarvan players were Thomas Gill, Florence O’Sullivan, Donal Callaghan, John Foley, Mickey Foley, Connor O’Sullivan, Sean O’Sullivan, Michael Casey, & John Casey. Kilgarvan/Kenmare won the feile u14 hurling, Kilgarvan players were Pat O’Sullivan Rodger & Patrick Randles.

In 1985 Kenmare won the Kerry U21 football title with Pat Twomey, Tom Gill & Connor O’Sullivan involved. John & Mickey Foley played with the Kerry Minor Hurling team. Kilgarvan/ Templenoe winners of the Kenmare district minor football against Kenmare/Tuosist.  Players involved John Foley Capt, Connor O’Sullivan, Mickey Foley, Michael Casey, John Casey, Patie Dillon, Sean O’Sullivan, Timmy Twomey, John Joe Reilly, Michael Lynch & Peter Harney.

In 1986 Mickey Foley played with the Kerry Minor Hurling team. Kilgarvan/Kenmare won div 1. Minor hurling league, Kilgarvan players playing were Mickey Foley, Patrick Randles & Pat O’Sullivan Rodger.

In 1987 Kenmare District football team won the county senior title with Kilgarvan players Pat Twomey & Richard Hickey involved.

In 1987, 1988 & 1989 Kilgarvan/Kenmare won three in a row Kerry u21 hurling Championship’s with John Foley, Mikey Foley & Pat O’Sullivan Rodger playing. John Foley was captain for 1988 final.

1987 – John & Mickey Foley played with the Kerry u21 hurling team that lost to Clare by 2pts in the Munster championship.

1988- John Foley was Captain of the Kerry u21 Hurling team that lost to Limerick.

From 1987 to 1997 John & Mickey Foley played with the Kerry senior hurlers in Div. 1,Div. 2 &Div. 3 of the national hurling league & also played in the Munster hurling championship during these years against Cork, Tipperary, Limerick, Waterford & Clare.

In 1991 – Kilgarvan won district Purcell cup football.

In 1992 – Kilgarvan/Kenmare won Kerry Feile u14 hurling & went on to win all Ireland in their divison.   Kilgarvan hurlers involved were Padraig Healy,  Padraig Sweeney,  Sean Gleeson, Mikey Paul O’Sullivan,  Derry O’Sullivan &  Brendan McCann O’Sullivan.

In 1994 Kilgarvan won Co. hurling league Div. 3.

In 1998 – Kilgarvan won district Purcell cup football.

In 1999 Kilgarvan footballers won their first ever county title in football Novice shield. Kilgarvan also won the South Kerry senior Hurling Championship Final.Kilgarvan/Tuosist/Templenoe won div 5. Co. minor football league. Kilgarvan players involved were Denis O’Sullivan Sean, Kevin Connor, Flor O’Donoghue, Derry O’Sullivan, Paraic Moran, Davy Connor, Peter Moran, Patrick O’Sullivan & Patrick Scannell.

In 2001 Kilgarvan hurler Hugh Francis Twomey played corner back for Kerry when they beat Westmeath in the Div. 2 National Hurling League Final.  Kilgarvan footballers won the Novice shield and Kilgarvan hurlers won Div. 2 hurling league.  The Kilgarvan hurlers also won the Duhallow Junior B League.

In 2002 -Kilgarvan Senior hurlers won the South Kerry hurling league

In 2003 Hugh Francis Twomey played corner back for Kerry hurling team. Kilgarvan Senior footballers won district Murphy cup. Kilgarvan senior hurlers won South Kerry championship & league.

In 2005 Kilgarvan Junior hurlers won the county junior hurling championship.  Kilgarvan senior hurlers won Div. 2 county league.

In 2006 Kilgarvan hurlers won the Kerry intermediate Hurling Championship  and Div. 2 of the county Hurling league. Kilgarvan represented Kerry in the Munster junior championship against Mungret of Limerick. Kilgarvan senior hurlers won South Kerry championship. Kilgarvan Junior hurlers won the South Kerry Hurling Final.

In 2007 Kilgarvan senior hurlers won the Kerry Intermediate Hurling championship and Div. 2 of the county league as well as the South Kerry senior championship & league. Kilgarvan became the first club in Kerry  to win a Munster hurling club championship match by beating Caherline of Limerick in the First round of the Munster junior hurling championship.  Mickey Foley scored 1-09 of Kilgarvan’s 2-11 total. Kilgarvan lost to Moyle Rovers from Tipperary in the semi-final.  Kilgarvan Junior hurlers won Div. 3 of the County junior league.

In 2008 Kilgarvan Senior hurlers became the first club in Kerry to reach a Munster provisional  decider where they met Cork Champions Dripsey in the final.  Kilgarvan beat Emly of Tipperary in the semi-final.  Kilgarvan seniors competed in the Duhallow league and won the Singleton cup.  They also won the South Kerry Senior Hurling championship.

In 2008 Glyn Egan was on the Kerry Minor Hurling team.

In 2009 Kilgarvan senior hurlers won the Kerry Intermediate hurling championship & represented Kerry in the Munster Junior hurling Championship against Cork Champions Fermoy.

In 2010 The Kilgarvan senior hurlers won the Kerry Intermediate hurling championship and the South Kerry senior championship & represented Kerry in the Munster Junior Club championship against Effin of Limerick.  The Kenmare/Kilgarvan Minor hurlers won county minor hurling championship.   Kilgarvan players were Adrian O’Sullivan Sean, Ciaran Twomey, Shane Randles, Connor Shorthall.  Kenmare/Kilgarvan U14 hurlers won the South Kerry Championship. Keith Harrington was on the Kerry u21 hurling team.

In 2012 Kilgarvan Juniors won South Kerry junior hurling championship.

In 2013 –  John Mark Foley on the Kerry south u16 development squad that won the Munster inter county blitz he also played with the Kerry u16 hurlers.

In 2014 – John Mark Foley won Munster Minor football medal with the Kerry Minors as a member of the panel.  Patrick O’Shea won All Ireland Minor B medal playing with the   Kerry Minor B Hurlers.  Kenmare district won the Co. u21 football championship with John Mark Foley & Patrick O’Shea players. Kilgarvan Senior Hurlers won the South Kerry senior hurling Championship & league. Kilgarvan/Tuosist won u14 Div. 5 Co. league football.

In 2015 – John Mark Foley played mid field for the Kerry Minor football team who won the All Ireland final & Munster championship Final.  Jack Foley was on the Kerry U14 Hurling panel.  Donal O’Sullivan, Daniel Casey and Liam Twomey were on the Kerry U15 Hurling panel and also on the Kerry South U15 development football squad.

In 2015 – Kilgarvan jointly with Kenmare won Kerry County Bord na NOg Club of the year and were presented with the Bob Walsh Memorial Trophy.

Kilgarvan/Tuosist won Co league u16 div. 4 Football. Kilgarvan players on the team were Gearoid Fennessy (capt), Christopher Creedon, Richard O’Sullivan, Sean Casey, Michael O’Sullivan Down, Daniel Casey, Donal O’Sullivan, Liam Twomey, Jack Foley and Gary Randles.

Kilgarvan /Tuosist won Co league u14 Div. 9 Football, Kilgarvan players on the team were Jack Foley, Dion Murphy, Darragh O’Brien, Eugene O’Sullivan, Gary Randles, Phoenix Randles, Ronan Foley, Tomas and Darragh Creedon, Corey Murphy, Eoin O’Shea and Tadgh O’Donoghue.

Kilgarvan/Kenmare won Co u16 hurling championship

In 2016 – Gearoid Fennessy and Christopher Creedon played for the Kerry Minor B Hurlers who won the All Ireland Minor B Final   Gary Randles,  Ronan Foley and Eugene O’Sullivan were on the Kerry U14 Hurling panel.  Jack Foley was on the U15 Kerry Hurling panel and they won the Munster Inter county Shield competition.

Donal O’Sullivan, Daniel Casey and Liam Twomey were on the Kerry U16 Hurling panel and also on the Kerry South U16 development football squad.

In 2016 – Kilgarvan jointly with Kenmare won Kerry County Bord na NOg Club of the year for the second year in a row and were presented with the Bob Walsh Memorial Trophy.

Kilgarvan won the South Kerry senior Hurling Championship and  went on to represent Kerry in the Munster Junior Hurling Championship against Ballyduff Lower from Waterford.

Kilgarvan/Tuosist won East Kerry u16 Div. 1 Football. Kilgarvan players on the team were Donal O’Sullivan, Daniel Casey, Liam Twomey, Kieran Kellher, Jack Foley, Dion Murphy, Darragh O’Brien, Ronan Foley, Gary Randles, Eugene O’Sullivan.

Kilgarvan/Tuosist won Co. league u14 Div. 7 Football, Kilgarvan players on the team Gary Randles, Eugene O’Sullivan, Ronan Foley, Phoenix Randles, Corey Murphy, Darragh and Tomas Creedon, Eoin O’Shea, Tadgh O’Donoghue, Dan Twomey, Shane O’Sullivan and Donnacha McVeigh.

Kilgarvan/Kenmare won  u16 Co. Hurling Championship & league double.  Kilgarvan players on the team Donal O’Sullivan, Daniel Casey, Liam Twomey, Jack Foley, Dion Murphy, Darragh O’Brien, Gary Randles and Ronan Foley.

Kilgarvan/Kenmare won Minor hurling league Div. 1B. Kilgarvan players on the team Gearoid Fennessy, Christopher Creedon, Sean Casey, Richard O’Sullivan, Padraigh Dillon, Kevin Healy Rae, Patie Murphy, Sean O’Sullivan, Donal O’Sullivan, Daniel Casey, Liam Twomey, Jack Foley and Gary Randles.

Kilgarvan won South Kerry u14 & u16 hurling leagues.

In 2017 – Donal O’Sullivan played corner forward and Gearoid Fennessy was a sub on the Kerry Minor football team who won the All-Ireland Final& Munster championship.

Liam Twomey captained the Kerry U17 hurlers in the Celtic Challenge.

Jack Foley was on the Kerry U16 Hurling panel.

Kenmare district won u21 Co Football Championship Kilgarvan had 10 players on panel with three playing John Mark Foley, Patrick O’Shea & Gearoid Fennessy subs Sean Casey, Richard O’Sullivan, Michael O’Sullivan Down,Liam Twomey, Christofer Creedon, Flor O’Sullivan & Padraig Dillon .

Kilgarvan/Tuosist won East Kerry u16 Div. 4 Football  Kilgarvan players Jack Foley, Dion Murphy, Darragh O’Brien, Gary Randles, Eugene O’Sullivan, Ronan Foley, Phoenix Randles, Darragh and Tomas Creedon, Corey Murphy, Eoin O’Shea, Tadgh O’Donoghue and Dan Twomey.

Kilgarvan/Tuosist won Co. league u14 Div. 3 Football.  Kilgarvan players Corey Murphy, Eoin O’Shea, Tadgh O’Donoghue, Darragh and Tomas Creedon, Dan Twomey, Denis Twomey, Mark Casey, Luke Scanlon, Timothy O’Donoghue, Jimmy Kelleher, Shane O’Sullivan and Donnacha McVeigh.

Kilgarvan/Kenmare won Kerry u14 A hurling Feile & Div. 1 u14 Hurling  league. Kilgarvan players were Darragh and Tomas Creedon, Corey Murphy, Eoin O’Shea, Tadgh O’Donoghue, Dan Twomey, Mark Casey and Luke Scanlon.

In 2018 – Kilgarvan senior hurlers won the County Intermediate Title and the South Kerry Hurling Championship representing Kerry in the Munster Junior Hurling Tournament in Tournafulla

Kilgarvan senior footballers won the County Novice Football Championship and the Munster Junior B Championship

Donal O’Sullivan captained the Kerry U20 footballers and won a Munster championship with Kerry

Gearoid Fennessy won an All Ireland B U21 Hurling Championship with the Kerry U21 hurlers and was on the Kerry U19 Football Squad

Jack Foley was on the Kerry Minor Hurling team

Eoin O’Shea was on the Kerry U15 Hurling Development Squad

Corey Murphy was on the Kerry South U15 Football Development Squad