Castleisland AFC members are celebrating the selection of one of their own to the Kerry soccer panel for this season’s Oscar Traynor Cup campaign.
Aidan O’Callaghan is well known for his all-action, no holds barred commitment with his club and only last Sunday he was influential in his side’s 2-0 defeat of Killarney Athletic.
Technically, Castleisland can claim two representatives in the squad but Ryan Downey plays his soccer with Fenit Samphires.
A total of 12 Killarney players have been named on the panel with Killarney Celtic’s representation nine players on the panel while double champions Killarney Athletic at three.
The panel is as follows:
Celtic’s Jamie Spillane, John McDonagh, Chris O’Leary, Gary Keane, Matt Keane, Cathal O’Shea, Wayne Sparling, Danny Roche and Peter McCarthy, Killarney Celtic. Athletic’s Brian O’Connor, Shane Doolan and Sean Cournane got the call up.
Shane Doolan: Killarney Athletic
Other players in the squad include Chris Hegarty, Peter Murphy and Lorcan Seymour (Mitchels Avenue), Aidan O’Callaghan (Castleisland), Sean Foley and Ryan Downey (Fenit Samphires) Con Barrett, Bryan Murphy, Jason Hickson and Joe Sheehy (Dingle Bay Rovers), James Sugrue (Tralee Celtic), Shane Lowth and Ivan Kolarevic (Tralee Dynamos) and Ashley Kelliher (Listowel Celtic).
The new Kerry manager is David Hennessy and he will be assisted by Kerry soccer legend, John Hegarty.
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