Brosna goals doom Tarbert
North Kerry SFC
North Kerry SFC
AT the fifth time of asking, Kerry finally collected their first brace of points in the league with a three points victory over Down.
THE Kerry senior hurlers had a tremendous 1-12 to 3-5 win over Wicklow last weekend in round 2 of the Allianz Hurling League. This leaves them joint top of the table on four points with both Laois and Derry. They will be away on this coming Sunday, March 24 when they take on Kildare in Newbridge at 12.45pm.
THE Kerry Under 21s bowed out of the Munster GAA Under 21 championship going down to Cork in the quarter-final at Páirc Uí Rinn on Wednesday evening of last week.
ONLY a fool would write off Kerry. Only a fool would write off Cork and, if 2012 proved anything, it's to be wary of Jim McGuinness' Donegal.
With a perceptible slip in the fortunes of the Kerry senior team over the last couple of seasons, much has been made of the fact that Kerry have won only one All-Ireland U-21 title since 1998 (along with no minor title since 1994).
IT'S an old adage but often a true one in sport that great players don't automatically make great managers. Darragh O Se knows this.
PAT Ryan of Tralee Parnells has been confirmed as the new Kerry minor hurling manager, taking over from Seanie O'Shea who guided the Kingdom to an All Ireland minor B title last September. Kilmoyley's Ian Brick joins Ryan as team trainer / coach, while St Brendans Ger Hussey and Ballyduff's Kieran Houlihan have come on board as selectors.
SOMETIMES when you're down the world just kicks you. If Eamonn Fitzmaurice bought a winning lottery ticket right now he would probably drop it in the fire checking the numbers.
Lee Strand League Round 5
TWO mid Kerry GAA fans have spotted a gap in the market and they're certainly sinking their teeth into their colourful and ambitious new project.
THE Kerry Ladies play their first home game of the season at the Frank Sheehy Park on Saturday, March 9, next as the Listowel Emmets host the Ladies National Football League game.
THE White Sands is where it will be at in Ballyheigue on Saturday next as the GAA celebrates its annual social in one of the biggest nights in the parish.
AFTER eleven outings in an effort to claim the ultimate glory, Kenmare's heroic efforts along the way ultimately counted for little in the All-Ireland Junior club final.
IT'S a measure of his progress at the moment that he's being spoken about as a potential Kerry Under 21, but St Brendan's College captain Kieran Murphy (right) is solely focused on trying to lead the Killarney school to a Corn Uí Mhuirí title in Fitzgerald Stadium.
How have you found playing in the new position on the half back line?
"A HORROR show!" Noel O'Leary's withering assessment of Dr Crokes' defeat to Ballymun Kickhams in the All-Ireland Club Semi-Final in Thurles last Saturday.
Relatives of a local resident who was left severely traumatised by an egg attack on his house last week have handed in a list of names to the Garda station.
SOLDIERS who served their country with pride were back in full military regalia in Tralee as the Thomas Ashe Kerry branch of Oglaigh Náisiunta na hEireann held its annual Lá na bhFíann.
Sir, The recent destruction of the demesne wall and trees at the Green, Dingle, by Kerry County Council exposes what I consider to be a fundamental problem at Kerry County Council. That is that it appears to be led by engineers, best demonstrated by the car priority network they are proceeding with in Dingle. This should have involved much more consultation and any plan to cut down trees should have been highlighted.
KILLORGLIN'S Astellas Ireland pharmaceutical plant has been named as overall winners of IBEC's annual Environmental Awards.
LINKS with the world's new superpower are being forged in a north Kerry secondary school that hosted a delegation of principals from China this week.
THE SOUTH Kerry group 'Cunamh Iveragh' are "thrilled" with the news that €20,000 of government funding has been granted to their residential project for people with special needs.
FROM our oldest monuments to our modern political and social history, a new book by a Ballyduff historian Seán Quinlan offers a remarkably comprehensive view of the big picture in Kerry.
OVER 80 large bags of rubbish were cleared from Kerry beaches over the weekend, giving an indication of the growing threat of litter to our coastal environment.