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Next four weeks will define Kerry’s season, getting preparation right is key

Shane Enright


With the Munster championship a non event, much will rest on how well the Kingdom bridge the four week gap to the quarter-finals

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Paudie Clifford of Kerry in action against Paul Maher of Limerick during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Final between Kerry and Limerick at Fitzgerald Stadium Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

Paudie Clifford of Kerry in action against Paul Maher of Limerick during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Final between Kerry and Limerick at Fitzgerald Stadium Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

Paudie Clifford of Kerry in action against Paul Maher of Limerick during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Final between Kerry and Limerick at Fitzgerald Stadium Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

Paudie Clifford of Kerry in action against Paul Maher of Limerick during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Final between Kerry and Limerick at Fitzgerald Stadium Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

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Paudie Clifford of Kerry in action against Paul Maher of Limerick during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Final between Kerry and Limerick at Fitzgerald Stadium Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

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Kerry had an emphatic victory over Limerick in the sweltering heat in Fitzgerald stadium on Sunday. From the outset one could tell that Limerick were looking to try and contain Kerry and keep the score respectable instead of going out and giving it a proper go.

They filtered a lot of bodies behind the ball, but struggled badly to get any cohesion going up front when they did manage a turnover or won a kick-out. Their half-forward line was non existent for much of the game and the gulf in class was evident for all to see.


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