Brosna goals doom Tarbert
North Kerry SFC
North Kerry SFC
FOR the first time the Rally of The Lakes will form part of the FIA European Historic Rally Championship.
THE DPP has withdrawn charges of dangerous driving and drink-driving against former Kerry footballer Darragh O Se for 'procedural reasons'.
Dunlavin got first use of the wind but strangely enough it was Blessington that set the early pace.
If Currow are short a point at the end of the season they will certainly feel they left two behind them last Saturday. Annascaul held an eight-point lead at the break and having failed to score for 23 minutes of the second half limped over the line. Had John Buckley's fine effort not hit the upright in injury time and bounced out it would have been a draw. These are the tight margins that could well decide life in Division 2.
TYRONE GAA has extended an open invitation to every Kerry supporter travelling to Omagh next Sunday week for Kerry's crunch game to stop off at their new county GAA Complex for a cup of tea and a sandwich prior to travelling back to the Kingdom.
Renard's victory over Ballydonoghue probably the most eye-catching as the South Kerry side coped with the switch of venue to Valentia in recording a narrow 2-5 to 1-6 victory over the Shannon Rangers side.
CLEARLY not fazed by either the opposition or the position they find themselves in this year, Templenoe made a winning five star start to life in the middle tier as they put five goals past St Marys on the opening day. Not even Bryan Sheehan's presence worried the home side as they found the back of the net with ease last Saturday.
IF Dr Crokes were looking for a game to ease themselves back into the swing of things after the disappointment of the All-Ireland Senior Club Championship defeat the previous month, then Waterville was the wrong place for them to go to as the South Kerry side pulled off a narrow one point win on their return to the top flight.
Somewhat bizarrely, perhaps, Kerry are still in with a chance of making the League semi-finals. Mathematically, at least, the perfect set of results in round seven - along with a huge win for Kerry against Tyrone - could potentially push Kerry into fourth place in the division one standings and into a league semi-final.
CHANCES are, this will be Kerry's last game in the league this season, regardless of how they do on Sunday afternoon.
THAT'S what you associate with Donnchadh Walsh really isn't it? He's the worker bee of the Kerry football team.
IT was a bitterly cold day in Austin Stack Park on Sunday last, however, by the end of the game, Kerry's four points victory over Cork in the Allianz Football League left a warm glow among Kerry supporters in the large crowd of over 6,200.
KERRY'S comprehensive win over Cork last Sunday was all about collecting the two points so desperately needed as a trip to Tyrone approaches and you could literally sense the apprehension and urgency in the Kerry players as the first half unfolded.
POBALSCOIL Chorca Dhuibhne return to the stage they reached last year as they enter their second successive Hogan Cup semi-final against St Pats of Navan this Saturday in Nenagh. The fixture will mean a flight back from Kerry's training camp in Portugal for team manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice and he admitted that it was not something he had expected to do in advance.
CORK versus Kerry is one of those fixtures isn't it?
THEY might have spent 12 months away from the Division in 2012, but Brosna returned to Division Four on a winning note last Saturday, having four points to spare over Beale in a 1-12 to 1-8 win.
THE AMAZING story of a West Kerry man who won Olympic gold for the United States is to feature in a new book on the feats of Ireland's Olympians from 1896 to the present day.
KILLARNEY Train Station has received international recognition for best practice at a prestigious competition involving rail companies from across Ireland and the UK.
DINGLE Oceanworld's two eight-foot sand tiger sharks were rather bemused last Saturday as three people climbed into their tanks and began to swim alongside them.
THE work of Kerry local authorities in reducing energy costs and promoting energy efficiency over the last decade has been recognised at the SEAI's Sustainable Energy Awards
THE well known Tig Bhric's Bar and Restaurant in Riasc, Ballyferriter, is for sale and offers potential for the further growth of a long-established business.
A NUMBER of concerned local citizens have made contact with The Kerryman in the past week having received phone-calls from people stating they work for a computer company and are calling people's land-lines to inform them that their computer apparently has been infected with a virus.
AFTER the resounding success of their choral performance at the Castleisland Rugby Club concert in May, the Galescoil Aogáin choir has landed a major invitation.
SOUTH Kerry artisan food firm Sasta Sausages have this month been honoured with a prestigious European food award.