An Ghaeltacht and Dingle to meet in Senior League final
This year's Lee Strand West Kerry Senior League Final between An Ghaeltacht and Dingle is scheduled for Saturday April 5 at 3.30pm in Gallarus.
With these two great rivals a great game of football is guaranteed. In what is surely going to be a great advert for Lee Strand West Kerry Football these two rivals will both be looking to get their hands on the Lee Strand West Kerry Senior League Title for 2014, so make sure that you put this in your diary.
All-Ireland Colleges Semi-final
After their wonderful performance against St Gerald's College Castlebar in the All-Ireland Colleges Semi-Final at the weekend, three in a row Corn Uí Mhuirí titles for PCD in Munster Colleges titles, the young students of Corca Dhuibhne have earned their place in the All-Ireland Colleges Final.
The game is to be played on Saturday April 12 in Croke Park and their opponents will be St. Patrick's, Maghera Derry who overcame Coláiste Eoin CLG at the weekend. All in West Kerry GAA would like to say all the best to the Footballers of Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne. Managed by Éamonn Fitzmaurice and trained by Tommy Griffin these young footballers did us very proud at the weekend. Keep your heads up and your focus on the All-Ireland Colleges Final and Corn Uí hÓgáin glory.
In what is surely going to be a wonderful game of football we'd like to wish you all the best and call on all of West Kerry to support them in their quest for this All-Ireland Colleges Final win and Corn Uí hÓgáin glory.
County Football League
It was a tough week for the West Kerry teams in round 2 of the County Football League with defeat for Dingle in Division 1 and losses for An Ghaeltacht, Annascaul and Lispole in Division 3.
In Division 4 Castlegregory triumphed over Cromane at home.
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