Brosna goals doom Tarbert
North Kerry SFC
North Kerry SFC
IT was not without a number of nervous moments for them towards the finish but Kerins O'Rahillys regained a title they won in 2009 with a one-point win over Templenoe at the Legion pitch in Killarney last Saturday.
COLM Begley is a six foot four, fourteen stone Laois footballer playing with the Parnells club in Dublin.
KERRY football legend Mary Jo Curran will be honoured with the 2013 Hall of Fame award at the 2013 TG4 All Star awards at the Citywest Hotel on November 9, at which the Hall of Fame and Young Players of the Year awards will also be presented.
SATURDAY, September 28 marked the high point of a long journey for the Valentia Young Islanders senior footballers when they recorded their first South Kerry Football Championship match win since 2005, by defeating Renard in Renard on a score 1-12 to 0-10.
Kerins O'Rahillys and Austin Stacks will meet in the Credit Union Senior Football League Division 1 Final on Sunday November 17.
IT'S fair to say that John Dennis is a student of the game, and the 25-year-old Austin Stacks players has absorbed the lessons well. He concedes that Colm Cooper taught him "a bit of a lesson" when he marked the Gooch in the 2010 county final. We remind Dennis that Cooper has schooled the very best defenders in the land, so there is no shame in that.
ANYBODY hoping that this semi-final would be a big shootout similar to the 2008 meeting between these two sides was greatly disappointed.
AS a beginning to a year it wasn't easy.
IT'S not the final he wanted to be in this Sunday.
FIVE years ago, these two teams met in an absolute classic in the opening round.
I HAVE often said that in hurling we in Ireland have the best field game in the world.
JACK O'Connor's expected appointment as the new Kerry Minor Manager was approved at Monday night's County Board Meeting, but not in the manner everybody was expecting.
THIS was the day the Stacks laid down a marker.
DESPITE the massive build up for last Sunday's All Ireland football final, we were never going to witness a spectacle as we had as in the Dublin / Kerry semi-final thriller.
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.