Training for all underage teams is on Tuesday and Friday evenings commencing at 7pm  to 8.15pm.

A full list of under 8, 10 & 12  fixtures are listed on the underage fixture page.  .

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2017 Memberhip is £40 per individual player/member. Family membership is £50 per family.     

 2018 update 

 Tipperary Cup 2018

The Seniors lost both games in the early stages of the  Tipperary Cup going down narrowly to Shamrocks and Parnell's but it was  a great opportunity to get some senior matches  in to the younger minors coming through  and they equipped  themselves very well .


Conway Cup 2018:

We take on Fulham Irish in the quarter final of the Conway Cup in Scrubs on Saturday 19th May with the winners playing KKG or Cuchaillins in the semi final  .


Reserve League 


The Reserves get their year off to a start by playing Parnell's  in the league on Tuesday 22nd in Northwick Park-they are also grouped with Eire Og, St Brendan's and Tara's .





 2017 Updates :

Seniors suffer first league defeat in over 11 games .


The Seniors suffered their first league defeat of the term when going down to a strong KKG side in terrible conditions in Scrubs Lane  on Tuesday 06.06.17  having gone the entire 2016 league campaign unbeaten , playing against the elements in the  first half we found ourselves 5 points down having missed a penalty at the end of the  half and whilst we got within 1 point of the opposition with 8 minutes to go we were unable  to push on and get on top , on the night the better  side won but strong performances from Kenny o Connor , Ian Mcgough and Tommy Moriarty who tried hard all evening.



Player Updates @07.06.17

We currently  have 4 players with the London panel namely Adrian Moyles , Danny Ryan , Cathal og Greene and Conor Campbell who will return to club action in the near future , James Moran is soon to return from injury as well as Michael Callery . Tom Waters will return to London in Mid July and when all these players return then competition for places will be fierce .



Reserves defeat North London Shamrocks updated 13.06.17 

The Reserves got the league campaign back ion track again with a  comprehensive  11 point victory  over Shamrocks in Tottenhall on Tuesday 12th , having conceded the first 4 scores we quickly settled and outplayed our hosts with a very impressive display and we hope to carry this forward to the  weekend against Tara, a number of senior panelist's  in need of game time put in very impressive displays with special note for Kenny o Connor who ended with 1.08 to his name and also special mention to Sean Kirwan who made his first adult start for us coming on in the  2nd half and doing very well .


 Reserves defeat Tara to climb table updated on 19.06.17


The Reserves had an easy win in a sunny Greenford on Sunday  to climb up to 3rd in the table , we have 2 league games remaining and 2 victories would send us through to a league final , best on the  day were Diarmuid Donoghue , Rhys Lennon and Shane Brady .

 Seniors lose out to Round Towers in Conway Cup added 21.06.17

The Seniors lost out by 4 points to a strong Round Towers side in the  Quarter Final of the  Conway Cup in Greenford on Tuesday 20th June , goals at crucial times set the Towers up for  a hard earned victory  which leaves us fully focused  on the Co League and Championship for the remainder of the season, some tough training is planned over the coming months as we were visibly behind in terms of our stamina in the  closing stages of the contest .Final Score ;Round Towers 2.07 St Kiernan's 0.9


Reserves keep up good run :

Reserves easily beat Parnells in their penultimate game in the league on a scoreline of 4.07 to 0.08 to set up a winner takes all clash with Kingdom on Saturday  08th with the winner guaranteed a place in the league final , best on the  day were Ciaran Healy , Rhys Lennon and there were positive performances from our underage players namely Frazer Lennon, Michael Keohane &Sean Kirwan .


Senior game against  Round Towers was postponed due to a bereavement  in the Towers club and we offer our sincere condolences to the O Donovan family at this time .

Seniors back on track updated 11.07.17


The seniors got the 2nd win of the league campaign when getting the better of a plucky St Josephs team on a wet night at Scrubs Lane on 11th July  , despite appearing rusty at times the result was never in doubt and at half time we led by 1.07 to 0.04 ,Peter Finn finishing well after 10 minutes , the second half was stop start with some poor wides kicked but the arrival of Ferdia O Brien as a second half substitute kicked us on and he cooly dispatched 1.02 to kill the  game off .Next up is a repeat of last years Championship and League final when we take on Tir Conaill Gaels on Wednesday 19th July .


Reserves reach league final :St Kiernans 3.16   V   KKG 3.07


The reserve team got the better of  a decent Kingdom team to qualify for the  league final to be played on July 22nd against Shamrocks , the game was played as 13-side and we looked dangerous every time we attacked, missed chances kept KKG in the game however and it was not until midway through the 2nd half when Shane Brady goaled that the result was secured , strong performances all over the field with special mention for Jordan Colgan who scored 4 points after  coming on as a second half substitute.


 Reserves final defeat :Updated 24.07.17

St Kiernans 0-08 /NLS 0-16 

The reserve squad were beaten in the  league final by a very strong Shamrocks side in Greenford  on Saturday 22nd , despite going in full of confidence it was clear early on that this was the  strongest side we faced to date and they led by 8 points at half time , we plugged on to the end but were well beaten by the  better side on the day , best for St Kiernans were Rhys Lennon , John Carney, Enda Lyons and Jason Mullarkey .


Seniors downed by shamrocks :Updated 24.07.17

St Kiernans 0-11 :NLS 1-12   :St Kiernans 1-12 ;TCG 0.09


The seniors put in a gutsy display against  one of the strongest teams in the division despite  being without 5 of the  starting 15 that beat TCG  earlier in the week , Shamrocks led by 3 at the break and hit us with a sucker punch of  a goal to swing it in their favour but we hit the next 3 scores to keep the pressure on them , signs are good for the seniors and at full strength we will be a match for any of the  other senior sides come championship , we had registered our 3rd win in the league when we overcame  a strong TCG side on Wednesday 19th with very good performances over the field and the return of Tom Waters to the  side , best against TCG were Mike Donoghue and Peter Finn and best against Shamrocks were Brendan Mulrooney , Scratch and John Carney .


St Kiernans 1-11 /Round Towers 1-11

A tough entertaining encounter against  a good Towers side  saw the honours even at the final whistle , the result means a win in the last league game against Fulham Irish on Sunday 30th July would mean a place in the  league final as it would for Fulham , a very slow start meant we trailed 1-.03 to 0 after 8 minutes but once we settled we scored well to go in at half time level at 1-05 to 0-08, we started to dominate but missed chances and indiscipline cost us and we found ourselves chasing a  3 point deficit in the  last 10 minutes and thankfully a lucky Danny Ryan goal saved the point for us , we had chances to win but a draw was probably a fair result overall , best on the night were Geff Kingston, Steve Curran &Ian Mcgough at the back with Ferdia o Brien playing well in attack, as said next up is Fulham in Scrubs Lane for a winner takes all clash on Sunday 30th @12pm.


 St Kiernans defeat Fulham in League but suffer reverse in Championship :Updated 18.08.17


2 games in as many weeks against  the same opposition in Fulham Irish saw mixed fortunes for the seniors with a  gutsy first day display getting us through to the league play off against Towers where a win would see us through to the League final for the 3rd year in a row  , strong performances from Ferdia O Brien who contributed 2.04 from play and placed balls along with excellent all round play from our squad meant we just pipped the hosts at a sunny Scrubs Lane on 30th July , despite this we were unable to get the better of Fulham in Ruislip in the opening game of the Senior Championship and the better side won on the day , despite the best efforts of Adrian Moyles who kept the fight to the end we gave away too much against a side who punished most mistakes and we now move on to the second game against Neasden knowing nothing short of a win will mean we cannot defend our Championship title , this must win tie will take place weekend of 9th/10th September and we would hope for an improved performance to progress further .

The reserves got the Championship off to a winning start against a good Eire Og side at Greenford on Sunday 13th August on a scoreline of 1-14 to 1-10  , a crucial goal from Jon Carney midway through the 2nd half gave us the breathing space we needed to secure the points and we are in action on Saturday 19th against  Tara in Round 2. Winning a further 2 group games saw us reach the semi final where we were defeated by North London Shamrocks in a  repeat of the league final , again on the day we could  have no complaints and they ran out winners on a score line of 0-17 to 0.09


Championship Summary 2017

Having tasted defeat in the opening game to Fulham St Kiernans had the beset possible response when defeating Neasden by 22 points  and setting up a winner takes all battle with North London Shamrocks  , the result was never in doubt once Adrian Moyles netted the 2nd goal before half time and we went about improving the  scoring difference in the 2nd half to ensure that it was an even keel for the 3rd group game .A sunny Ruislip played host to the crunch game between St Kiernans and North London Shamrocks and a truly gripping battle saw us just getting out on top with a strong finish getting us over the line and in to a semi final meeting with our old foes Tir Conaill Gaels on 09th October , best for St Kiernans were Keith Curran, Ian M Cgough and Michael Callery .


Semi Final 09th October 2017 

TCG 2.08

St Kiernans1.09


How did we let this one go  ?, An agonising 2 point defeat to Tir Conaill Gaels left us wondering what might have been when we dominated so many aspects of the match only to allow missed chances keep the opposition in touch, an opportunist goal for Michael o Donoghue was scant reward for  a dominant opening half which saw us taking the game to them at every opportunity and quite how there was a single point in it at half time we will never know , despite pushing on again early in the 2nd half a high ball dispatched by Killian Butler ultimately done the damage and we were left to ponder what might have been , the 2 teams who have beaten us this year will contest the final on 22nd October when TCG face Fulham Irish .


Seniors qualify for League final  :14.10.17


A strong performance on the back of the disappointment of losing the Championship semi final saw us overcome  a gallant Towers side to qualify for the League  Final  against North London Shamrocks , we found it hard to shake the opposition off but a late goal from Tom Waters coupled with the introduction of Mike Donoghue who scored 3 points eventually won the day , it is a testament to the players to respond in such a  positive manner 6 days after exiting the Championship and we hope to secure our 2nd league trophy on the bounce .


Seniors retain league title : 04.11.17 

St Kiernan's 3-10 North London Shamrocks 1-11  


The seniors finished the year on a positive note to land back to back league titles and ensure the cupboard is not bare for the winter  , despite controlling large aspects of the  game we were unable to shake the plucky opponents off and a cameo from selector James Callery which saw him contribute 2.03 on the  board was enough to get us over the line along with solid performances from the remainder of the  squad , we will have 8-9 players now joining the county squad along with manager Chris Byrne and we wish them well in their preparations while we reflect  on another year which saw us retain the league title and just  fail to land the  Championship 2 years in a  row , we look forward to 2018 when we hope to be the one to beat again .