Senior AIB football championship venue moved

Due to the poor weather conditions, the AIB Senior County Football Championship semi finals have been moved from Austin Stack Park in Tralee on Sunday to Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney.

The Laune Rangers v Mid Kerry game will kick off at Fitzgerald Stadium 13:45. The South Kerry versus Kerins O Rahillys game will then get underway at 15:15, also at Fitzgerald Stadium.

Coiste Chontae Chiarraí has encouraged patrons to the games on Sunday to access Fitzgerald Stadium from the Daltons Avenue entrance only.

Both stand and terrace can be accessed from Dalton's Avenue. There will be no access to the ground from the Lower Lewis Road.

Four Stiles will be open at St Finian's Corner and this entrance will give access to the stand and terrace.

Wheelchair and buggy access on Sunday will be at the Dalton's Avenue entrance only.

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