They had word of Peter Keane’s appointment in the wards of Kerry University Hospital after lunch yesterday — but there will be no confirmation from the Kerry County Board of the decision until Monday night’s scheduled meeting in Tralee.
Cork IT 1-11 Newcestown 0-12: A Newcestown comeback fell short as Peter Kelleher and Anthony Casey led Cork IT to an opening county SFC victory at Páirc Uí Rinn yesterday.
For seven of the St Mary’s team taking to the field for today’s Munster Club IFC final against Carrigaline in Killarney, it will be a 10th game in as many weeks.
Ten days had passed since the drawn county final when John Sugrue first met with his entire compliment of players below in South Kerry.
Double heartbreak yesterday for Kerry school Coláiste na Sceilge in Basketball Ireland Schools’ League finals, losing both the U19 and U16 C Boys deciders after taking in half-time leads.
Currow 2-11 St Mary’s 0-14
UCC 0-15 CIT 0-15 (aet)
In the final part of our series on Munster unemployment, Donal Hickey finds that traditional industries have left Co Kerry and a fresh approach is needed
THEY have watched on enviously over the last few years as South Kerry neighbours St Michael’s-Foilmore, Skellig Rangers and St Mary’s(Caherciveen) sampled the Croke Park stage.
ALL Star midfielder Bryan Sheehan struck the injury-time point that clinched a third successive South Kerry SFC title for St Mary’s (Caherciveen) in dramatic fashion against Dromid Pearses at a windswept Waterville on Christmas Eve.
KERRY star Paul Galvin and Kingdom U21 football boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice bid to fire Finuge to their first North Kerry SFC title since 2001 when they face Beale in tomorrow’s decider (Ballylongford, 2pm).
NEWCASTLE-based club Cú Chullains will make history tomorrow as they compete in the All-Ireland Club championship only four years into their existence.
HIS football campaigns with Kerry have been pockmarked with big days in Croke Park but tonight’s appearance at Jones Road comes with a twist for Bryan Sheehan.
ST MARY’S coach Peter Keane insists his side will not be underestimating the challenge posed by Manchester outfit St Peter’s in Sunday’s All-Ireland JFC semi-final in Kilmallock.
KERRY defender Killian Young could be back in the frame for their NFL Division 1 opener against Cork on Sunday week as he continues his recovery from keyhole surgery on his hip and groin.
St Mary’s (Kerry) 3-20 Nenagh Éire Óg (Tipperary) 1-4
THE Tesco All-Ireland senior post primary schools ladies football finals take place this afternoon in Limerick and Longford, and there is a whiff of possible revenge in the midlands air.
DESPITE topping the roll of honour in Munster Colleges football with 20 senior titles, St Brendan’s have struggled to transfer their provincial dominance onto the national stage.
MIKE FRANK RUSSELL, still boyish after all these years, continues to manage a startled look when faced with a tape recorder.
NOT content with being the tourism and Gaelic football capital, Kerry could also boast about being top of the charts nationally in relation to arts funding.
Bryan Sheehan, Kerry's top scorer in the championship so far, may have fractured his ankle in a club game last night.
AMID claims that Kerry is becoming an industrial wasteland, state agencies were called on yesterday to help existing industries, which are under pressure, to become more competitive.
COLÁISTE NA SCEILGE, the most successful side in recent times of the (Munster Colleges SFC) Corn Uí Mhuiri, have been given a possible stay of execution in this year’s event.
TOMORROW is make or break time for a number of colleges in the Dr. Harty Cup.
COLÁISTE na Sceilge’s unbeaten reign in the Irish Examiner Corn Uí Mhuirí which stretched back to 2001 finally came to an end in Knocknagree yesterday where a finely tuned Coláiste Chríost Rí emerged comfortable winners in a one-sided final.
Coláiste Na Sceilge 0-12 Tralee CBS 0-7
Coláiste na Sceilge 3-8 Dingle CBS 1-6
IT’S a tribute to the commitment of their coaches and in particular to Jack O’Connor that Coláiste na Sceilge are still on course for a third Irish Examiner Corn Uí Mhuirí (Munster colleges SFC) title in a row.
DEFENDING champions Coláiste na Sceilge will be at full strength for tomorrow’s Irish Examiner Corn Uí Mhuirí clash with St Fachtna’s at Fitzgerald Stadium (1pm).
Coláiste na Scéilge 3-15
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