The Celtic Underground Podcast Extra – No Kelly No Keltic & Brendan

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This Sunday, the Celtic Graves Society will host a special event to commemorate the final resting place of James Kelly, Celtic’s first ever captain.  And it’s appropriate that the event falls on the 125th anniversary of Celtic’s first ever Scottish Cup triumph – a 5-1 victory over Queen’s Park on April 9, 1892 – when James Kelly led the Celts to the first of the 101 major trophies that the club has won in its long and illustrious history.

The commemoration ceremony will take place at St Patrick’s Cemetery, 29 King’s Drive, New Stevenston on Sunday, April 9, starting at 2pm.    Following this latest Tale From The Wiki we have audio from Brendan, James Forrest & Elbows.








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