Tony Leen - Columnist - IRISH EXAMINER

TONY LEEN: The Kingdom’s kingmaker: Patrick O'Sullivan Interview

Kerry bid for their second back-to-back All-Ireland in less than a decade tomorrow at Croke Park, but you’d have got long odds on that in 2012 after they’d lost a quarter-final to Donegal. No-one was putting their hand up to replace Jack O’Connor, something Kerry GAA chairman Patrick O’Sullivan recognised better than most. So what’s changed? And how much longer can the Kingdom stay top of the tree


TONY LEEN: The Snapper - Pat Healy

In an industry struggling to reinvent itself, the freelance photographer gets squeezed more than most. All the more so, when it’s a sports-specific effort, like Healy Racing in Listowel. As the local September festival kicks off this weekend, Pat Healy reflects on the trade, characters, and moments he’ll remember — and the ones he can’t forget.


TONY LEEN: Tyrone test tees Kerry up for September

In North Kerry, they like to pull wins from their bootlaces, so Eamonn Fitzmaurice must have enjoyed yesterday.


TONY LEEN: James O’Donoghue’s shoulder woe has Kerry fretting again

There was no delay. Darran O’Sullivan and Gooch were still razing Kildare on Jones Road as Kerry’s medical team got to work on the James O’Donoghue rehab strategy.

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