Brosna goals doom Tarbert
North Kerry SFC
North Kerry SFC
Kerry ladies advanced to their second national final in eight months with incredible ease in this very one-sided and disappointing affair.
Congratulations to Legion U14 who were crowned Féile champions after defeating Austin Stacks on Sunday 28th in a thrilling final in Fossa Killarney. It was a superb game of football with Legion kicking over scores at crucial times, the difference between the teams. The final score was Legion 2-4 Austin Stacks 1-2.
County JFC quarter-final Previews
AND now for the difficult second album.
NEITHER side were particularly impressive.
MEMORIES of Listry man Steve Kennedy will be recalled on Saturday, May 11, as The Kingdom Greyhound Stadium gets set to host the final of the Steve Kennedy Memorial Sweepstake.
THERE were no issues with the playability of pitches this time but Firies might well have hoped for some external intervention early in the second half as they found themselves on the end of a 10-point defeat to Cordal in Currow last Saturday with the victors fully deserving of their win from start to finish.
WHEN the Christy Ring Cup was introduced to the GAA calendar in 2005, it looked like a competition that was made for Down hurling.
AS the second half wore on, the mood of those in the stand and on the terraces became increasingly sullen.
THE National League final in Croke Park usually means the start of the Gaelic Football season, even though the league games will have been going on since February. The form book will have been studied and, by and large, teams that reach the final stages of the league will be expected to go well in the championship.
FOUR days later the planning began.
The strength of refereeing in the county has been highlighted with four Kerry referees appointed match officials for the FAI Youths Cup Final between Castleview Cork and Castlebar Celtic which will be played at Turners Cross on this Saturday May 4.
THIS is a game, one would imagine, that Kerry should be winning.
KERRY hurling boss Tom Howard is sweating on the fitness of star wing-back Tommy Barrett ahead of this Saturday's Christy Ring Cup opener with Down (Newry, 2.30pm).
COUNTY Board Chairman Patrick O'Sullivan has hailed the continued support of the Garvey Group to Kerry GAA.
MOYVANE travelled to Desmonds and came away with a creditable draw in the junior league.
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.