THE Kerry junior camogie team face Carlow this Sunday in what will be a historic first All-Ireland final for a Kerry team. After a break of 30 years camogie is firmly back on the agenda in the Kingdom and an All-Ireland title is now within grasp in the Junior 'B' final.
Meanwhile, the Kerry women footballers face Galway in Birr on Saturday (4pm throw in) in the All-Ireland SFC semi-final. It will be Kerry's third All-Ireland semi-final in a row. Kerry haven't won the All-Ireland senior football championship title since 1993.