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Stephen McCarthy delivers KO goal as Killarney Celtic make it four Greyhound Bar Cup titles in a row

Celtic manager Brian Spillane and players Gary Keane and John McDonagh retire after Killarney club retains Cup title against courageous Camp United

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Killareny Celtic captain John McDonagh accepts the Greyhound Bar KO Cup from, KDL Fixtures Secretary Tadhg Healy, left, and KDL Chairman Sean O'Keeffe, after Celtic beat Camp United in the final at Mounthawk Park on Wednesday evening. Photo by Mark O'Sullivan

Killareny Celtic captain John McDonagh accepts the Greyhound Bar KO Cup from, KDL Fixtures Secretary Tadhg Healy, left, and KDL Chairman Sean O'Keeffe, after Celtic beat Camp United in the final at Mounthawk Park on Wednesday evening. Photo by Mark O'Sullivan

Killarney Celtic's Wayne Sparling, left, looks to take the ball past David Smith of Camp United during the Greyhound Bar KO Cup Final in Mounthawk Park. Photo by Mark O'Sullivan

Killarney Celtic's Wayne Sparling, left, looks to take the ball past David Smith of Camp United during the Greyhound Bar KO Cup Final in Mounthawk Park. Photo by Mark O'Sullivan

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Killareny Celtic captain John McDonagh accepts the Greyhound Bar KO Cup from, KDL Fixtures Secretary Tadhg Healy, left, and KDL Chairman Sean O'Keeffe, after Celtic beat Camp United in the final at Mounthawk Park on Wednesday evening. Photo by Mark O'Sullivan

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