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CCC confirms dates and times for Round 3 fixtures in the Kerry SFC

Majority of games are effective dead-rubbers with seven of eight quarter-final berths already accounted for

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Can South Kerry overhaul Templenoe for a place in the quarter-finals? Pictured is the throw in for the Feale Rangers v South Kerry in the Garvey's County SFC in Frank Sheehy Park on Sunday afternoon Photo by Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus

Can South Kerry overhaul Templenoe for a place in the quarter-finals? Pictured is the throw in for the Feale Rangers v South Kerry in the Garvey's County SFC in Frank Sheehy Park on Sunday afternoon Photo by Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus

Can South Kerry overhaul Templenoe for a place in the quarter-finals? Pictured is the throw in for the Feale Rangers v South Kerry in the Garvey's County SFC in Frank Sheehy Park on Sunday afternoon Photo by Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus

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The CCC of the County Board has confirmed the dates, times and venues for next weekend’s games in the Garvey’s County Senior Football Championship.

Alas very little is on the line in the vast majority of games in the competition, with seven of the eight quarter-final spots up for grabs accounted for by the end of play last Sunday evening.

Still the show must go on and there is the small matter of that final spot. South Kerry still have a slender chance of overhauling Templenoe for the one remaining ticket to the knock-out phase up for grabs.

Both of the games in Group 4 take place on Sunday afternoon at 2.30pm with Templenoe playing host to the already-qualified Feale Rangers and South Kerry playing host to St Brendans (who have no hope of qualification) in Con Keating Park in Cahersiveen (again 2.30pm). 

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Other than that the stand-out fixtures include Dingle’s hosting of East Kerry in Páirc an Aghasaigh on Sunday afternoon at 2.30pm and Mid Kerry’s clash with Austin Stacks in Beaufort (again Sunday at 2.30pm). Both are top of the table clashes.

The majority of games take place on Sunday – five – with the remainder taking place on Saturday evening (all 5.30pm throw-ins).

Meanwhile, the County Novice Football Championship is scheduled to get underway on the weekend of October 2/3, with some back games in the County Senior Football League pencilled in for the weekend of October 8/9 (Ardfert and Tarbert’s clash in Division 4 and a promotion play-off between Waterville and Sneem/Derrynane, which is due to be hosted by Dromid).

Dates have been set for the remaining junior cup and shield finals. The Molyneaux Shield final between Kerins O’Rahillys B and Austin Stacks B is pencilled in for Saturday, October 1; the Cahill Shield Final replay between Ballymacelligott B and St Michaels / Foilmore B is set for Glenbeigh this Saturday evening at 5pm; the Barrett Cup final between Churchill B and Currow B is set for Ballymac on Saturday, October 1; and the Kerry Shield final between Moyvane B and Scartaglen B is fixed for Knocknagoshel on Saturday, October 8.

The final of the County Junior Hurling Championship final between Rathmore and St Brendans has been fixed for Saturday, October 1 in Lewis Road with a 3pm throw-in time and the County Minor Hurling League Final Division 3 between Abbeydorney and Rathmore is fixed for Rathmore on Sunday, October 2 in Rathmore at noon.

GARVEY’S COUNTY SFC

Group 1

Saturday, September 24

Kenmare Shamrocks v Dr Crokes, Fr Breen Park 5.30pm

Sunday, September 25

Shannon Rangers v St Kierans, O’Rahilly Park 2.30pm

Group 2

Saturday, September 24

Spa v Kerins O’Rahillys, Spa 5.30pm

Sunday, September 25

Dingle v East Kerry, Páirc an Aghsaigh 2.30pm

Group 3

Saturday, September 24

West Kerry v Na Gaeil, Gallarus 5.30pm

Sunday, September 25

Mid Kerry v Austin Stacks, Beaufort 2.30pm

Group 4

Sunday, September 25

Templenoe v Feale Rangers, Templenoe 2.30pm

South Kerry v St Brendans, Con Keating Park 2.30pm


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