Bus Éireann kindly stepped in to provide transport to bring Sanctuary runners from the Direct Provision centre in Kinsale Road in Cork to Patrick Street today for the city marathon.
Yes, there was dancing on the streets in the Kingdom last night.
Kerry defender Tomás O'Sé has committed himself to the Kingdom cause for another season.
Very little seems to phase Tomas O'Sé. A four-time GAA All-Ireland SFC winner with Kerry, the holder of three All-Star awards and another player off that famous O'Sé footballing conveyor belt.
2007 All Star defender Tomas O'Se has been drafted into the Kerry team for tomorrow night's NFL Division 1 clash with Tyrone in Tralee, throw-in 7pm.
Ulster joined Leinster at the top of the roll of honour with a committed display of football seeing them to a 1-12 to 1-8 win over Munster in tonight's M Donnelly Interprovincial football decider.
Back-to-back All-Ireland SFC champions Kerry have topped the list of nominations for the Vodafone GAA All Star awards for 2007 which were announced this evening.
Kerry 1-15 Dublin 0-16
KERRY 1-12 MONAGHAN 1-11
Waterford 0-4 Kerry 2-15
Defending champions Kerry have been forced to make five changes for Sunday's NFL Division 1A encounter with Limerick at Fitzgerald Stadium, throw-in 2.30pm.
Reigning champions Kerry coasted into the Munster SFC final as they were untroubled by Tipperary in a 0-17 to 1-05 triumph in Killarney this afternoon.
KERRY open their Allianz NFL campaign against Mayo at Austin Stacks Park, Tralee tomorrow night with a new goalkeeper.
The 2005 Vodafone GAA All-Star Gaelic football team, announced tonight, contains representatives from just three different counties with All-Ireland champions Tyrone topping the list with eight players included.
The Gaelic Players Association's annual awards bash is due to take place at the CityWest Hotel in Dublin tonight.
League and All-Ireland champions Kerry wrapped up the season in fine style with six of their team picking up Vodafone GAA All Star awards.
Longford 3-7 Kerry 1-12
Kerry 1-21, Roscommon 3-10
Kerry lead Galway by a point with 15 minutes gone in their All-Ireland quarter-final football clash at Croke Park.
Kerry's Tomás O'Sé will play no part in the champion's semi-final clash against Meath after being handed a four-week suspension.
Kerry continued their quest for All-Ireland glory when they held out for a dramatic three point victory over Dublin in their quarter-final replay at Thurles.
Kerry are on course for back-to-back All-Ireland titles after defeating old enemies Dublin in their quarter-final replay at Semple Stadium.
Vinny Murphy has come on for Dublin in their Bank of Ireland replay against Kerry.
Kerry are down to 14 men after Tomas O'Se was sent off for taking down Colin Moran.
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