The very best of luck Killian from everyone at Bansha Celtic FC. We are very proud of you!!
Below is a message of support from Bansha Celtic FC legend Michael Grace to our own Killian Fitzgerald who has made the Munster Youths Team. What an unbelievable achievement for Killian and for our club, the only player from County Tipperary to make the Squad!!
” Best wishes to killian fitzgerald who this weekend is away with the Munster Youths squad who play against the other provinces over the weekend killian joined the club at under 11 and has worked extremely hard to get to this stage killian is a great talent but also a very likeable young lad and we hope will see plenty more days like this in his young career best wishes killian from myself bansha celtic schoolboys and our junior club we all no you will do yourself your family and both our schoolboys and junior club proud ”
Bansha Celtic’s Last Man Standing will start on Saturday the 19th October 2019. For more information contact any manager, player, committee member or call 085 8725487.
The prize money will be confirmed once all names have been submitted. Thanks again from all at Bansha Celtic for your continued support.
John O Heney, Tina Grace, Seanie Peters,
Niall Daly, Andrea O Connell, Robert Doyle, Vinny Murphy, Shane Ferris, Brendan O Brien, Michael Peters, John Halpin and John Maher. Check out our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/BanshaFc/
NEW SEASON KICKS OFF FOR BANSHA CELTIC FCBob O Brien , PJ Mooney and Denis Peters take on the management role of Bansha Ateam. The club wish the new managers the very best of luck for the season ahead.
The Bteam managers are Christopher O Holleran and John Maher, the two lads are hoping to improve on what was a great season last year. The club wishes the two boys the best for the year ahead.
Our youths managers are John Halpin and Kevin Burns the lads are in the process of getting the squad together and we wish the best going forward. Youths are vital for both the Ateam and the Bteam and we know that John and Kevin will have many players stepping up to junior football this season.
Bansha Celtic was founded in 1991 with 1 Junior team made up of Bansha lads that were playing for various other clubs in the locality.
The first committee was formed by a small band of local people who with very little money and in a strong GAA area and by shear hard work got the club off the ground.
We still play our Schoolboy games on the same pitch which we have leased for 23 years.
The Club moved in to the Village in 1995 when Eamone O’Heney made available the field beside his pub.
Celtic Park as it came to be known has been used for many Junior and Schoolboy finals as well as hosting the Oscar Traynor Inter County final between South Tipperary and Limerick.
From our small beginnings we have grown to now have 11 Under age teams ranging from U8 to U18 and two Junior Teams. We have over 100 children training with us most weeks and over 30 Junior players
Of the 33 Soccer Clubs in South Tipperary only 15 have schoolboys. Most of these are based around the towns and we are very proud of the fact that we have built a reputation for a well run and friendly Junior and Schoolboy club that players and parents are happy to be associated with.