Peter Keane hopes Gavin White will return to face Clare

Kerry football manager Peter Keane is “more hopeful than not” that Gavin White will play a part in the county’s Munster SFC semi-final against Clare on Saturday week.

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Kingdom charge on to another date with Cork

Kerry and Cork will contest the Munster MFC decider on June 22 after Clare failed to spring the necessary upset in Tralee yesterday evening.

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One change for Kerry minors as they bid for 32nd win in a row

Kerry minor manager James Costello has made one change to his team for tomorrow's Munster MFC Phase 2 round-robin game against Clare at Austin Stack Park (7pm).

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Geaney feared freak injury would end season

Kerry attacker Paul Geaney has admitted he feared his season was over when he suffered a freak knee injury during February’s Allianz League win over Dublin.

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April fools or April jewels: How did club month work out for you?

When April was unveiled as the ‘month of the club’ with positive intentions a couple of years ago, it was always likely to turn into something of an uncomfortable union; like a sort of arranged GAA marriage between the club groom and his inter-county bride, given the proximity of so many provincial championship games in early May to their shotgun wedding.

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Hungry Austin Stacks dethrone jaded Crokes

Austin Stacks dethroned Dr Crokes to secure the Kerry senior club championship title for the first time since 2016 at Austin Stack Park yesterday.

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O’Connor seeks live streaming of McDonagh Cup games

Kerry hurling manager Fintan O’Connor has urged GAA chiefs to introduce live streaming of Joe McDonagh Cup games so as to improve the competition’s profile.

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Kerry Club Championship: Bragging rights and points for Rathmore against Crokes

All-Ireland finalists Dr Crokes lost to their bogey team, Rathmore, in the second round of the Kerry Club Championship on Saturday evening (1-9 to 1-7).

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Tralee CBS upset odds to regain trophy

Mortimer Murphy Kerry Colleges Russell Cup final

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Murphy: Defeat by Mayo may help Kerry

Defeat by Mayo in Sunday’s Allianz League football final may “not turn out to be a bad thing” for Kerry, in the view of county board chairman Tim Murphy, who has praised new manager Peter Keane’s “outstanding” start in charge.

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Murphy plays elder statesman amid Kerry’s ‘huge’ turnover

We can’t say for certain if Mayo’s players will be back at Croke Park this year beyond Sunday but they will certainly be seeing the inside of plenty of churches.

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Mark not the only string to Tommy Walsh’s bow, says Keane

The disappearance of the offensive mark come championship will not lessen Tommy Walsh’s influence, according to Kerry manager Peter Keane.

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Kerry: Not just footballers flying

Kerry hurler Mikey Boyle’s young son, Bobby, wanted a Galway gearbag for Christmas as Joe Canning is one of his favourite players.

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Ex-Dubs star Murphy writes off Kerry and Mayo

Former Dublin forward Vinnie Murphy has written off the All-Ireland chances of both Kerry and Mayo, claiming Mayo in particular don’t have “much in them this year”.

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Comeback kings pile misery on Monaghan

Another rousing finish, another league win.

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Keane downplaying Kingdom’s perfect record

“We are not doing too bad, I suppose,” replied Peter Keane when asked how he thinks Kerry are progressing.

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Kerry hurlers sizzle in the snow

A second-half blitz in the snow saw Kerry crush Meath at Fitzgerald Stadium yesterday and book their place in next weekend’s Allianz Division 2A final against Westmeath.

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Crokes knew Buckley would be available for final, selector insists

Dr Crokes midfielder Buckley went before the Central Hearings Committee on Thursday, where he successfully contested the red card

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How the Fitzgibbon Cup found its way to Lixnaw

Shane Conway falls back in with the Kerry hurlers tomorrow, the county’s crunch league fixture at home to Meath arriving at the end of a week he is certain he’ll never forget and one which won’t be easily bettered.

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O’Brien as excited as anyone by Kingdom’s ‘unreal’ new wave

Stephen O’Brien knows a thing or two about impressive entrances.

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O’Sullivan: I genuinely thought we’d win All-Ireland

Former Kerry attacker Darran O’Sullivan was convinced they’d win last year’s All-Ireland before falling foul of a wet day at Croke Park.

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Tommy Walsh writes his third chapter in green and gold

Tommy Walsh admits it was tough looking on from afar in recent times as Kerry went about their business without him.

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Crokes end Mullinalaghta dream and book All-Ireland final spot

Dr Crokes (Kerry) 0-18 Mullinalaghta (Longford) 2-7

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Dr Crokes 'don’t take anything for granted’, says O'Callaghan

The unpredictable nature of the All-Ireland club semi-final has Dr Crokes wary.

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The journey from Strand Road to Austin Stack Park

Austin Stack Park in Tralee was the only place to be last weekend, providing the timely shot in the arm Gaelic football so desperately needed. It was the very best the game has to offer.

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The Kerry junior club with a senior mentality on a mission

Nathan Breen, who leads the Beaufort footballers out at Croke Park for tomorrow’s All-Ireland Club JFC final with Easkey of Sligo, was 13 before he played his first game for the Mid Kerry club.

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David Clifford hopeful Kerry can 'go a few steps further' under new management

"From what we've seen so far, the work we're putting in is of a very high standard and we're just hoping that we can go a few steps further this year."

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Kingdom again show keen appetite when tested

Late in the first-half at Kingspan Breffni, Sean O’Shea seized possession for Kerry near the halfway line, spun away from his man and instinctively kicked the ball up the right wing.

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Brilliant Sean O'Shea stars as Kerry see off Cavan

Former minor star Sean O'Shea answered Kerry's call with a brilliant 0-12 at Kingspan Breffni to secure back to back Allianz NFL Division 1 wins.

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‘That’s the key thing as Kerry manager. Don’t get relegated’

New Kerry football managers don’t always get off to the best start, something short-of-patience Kingdom fans might do well to remember tomorrow as Peter Keane’s reign begins. Larry Ryan talks to those who’ve experienced the short sharp shock of a dodgy spring in green and gold

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Defence remains Kerry’s Achilles heel, warns Tomás Ó Sé

Tomás Ó Sé has claimed Kerry are the only county with the forwards to seriously challenge Dublin but reckons their shaky defence will ultimately let them down.

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Injury woes may force Keane to blood Kerry young guns

New manager Peter Keane said yesterday that if Kerry suffer any further player injuries or withdrawals in advance of Sunday week’s league opener against Tyrone, he might be forced to look up to the press box to fill out the bench.

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Watch: Kerry boss Keane doesn't know footballers in assault probe

The three men have all worn the Kerry jersey at different grades, according to a report on the controversy in this week’s Kerry’s Eye newspaper.

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‘It’s exciting in Kerry at the moment because we don’t know what’s coming’

It was at the Dublin launch of the Comórtas Peile Paidi Ó Sé that Kieran Donaghy was reminded yesterday of one of the Ventry man’s most controversial sound bites.

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Kerry boss relishing Treaty clash

Kerry manager Fintan O’Connor hopes the Kingdom hurling public will come out to see the All-Ireland champions in action tonight when Limerick visit Austin Stack Park in the Munster Hurling League (throw-in 7.30pm).

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'Pure horsesh**e': Spillane responds to suggestion he was over-the-top in Fitzmaurice criticism

Pat Spillane has said it is “pure horsesh**e” to suggest he was in anyway over-the-top or personal in his criticism of Éamonn Fitzmaurice during the latter’s six-year tenure as Kerry football manager.

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Kerry county board secretary fearful contempt for match officials is ‘endemic’ in GAA

Contempt for match officials has become “endemic” at all levels within the GAA, Kerry county board secretary Peter Twiss has claimed.

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Kerry mourns hero Jerome O’Shea

Kerry GAA is today mourning the loss of three-time All-Ireland winner Jerome O’Shea, who passed away at the age of 87 yesterday.

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Maturing Clifford keeping his feet firmly on the ground

He’s wary. A 19-year-old like David Clifford has to be but he’s not shy in providing a few details. No, he doesn’t require a shoulder operation and should be available to Kerry from the outset of the new season. Yes, he does have inspirations.

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Jim Gavin, poor punditry and where Cork went wrong: Seven takeaways from the Éamonn Fitzmaurice interview

Saturday's Examiner Sport features the first in-depth interview in five years with now former Kerry manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice. Here are seven talking points.

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Maher hoping layoff won’t cost Kilcummin in Munster final

Going on the evidence from their Munster quarter and semi-final victories, Kilcummin’s intermediate footballers would appear to have managed the new club calendar in Kerry to perfection.

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Dr Crokes' Casey: The day we get ahead of ourselves is the day we will be put back on our arse ’

Dr Crokes midfielder Daithí Casey doesn’t fancy a winter without football.

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Burns inspired by Cooper’s reaction to Crokes bench time

Seeing how Colm Cooper is positively dealing with the struggle to regain his starting spot in the Dr Crokes team provides much inspiration for Micheál Burns.

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Keane shakes up Kerry squad for 2019

New Kerry manager Peter Keane has moved quickly to rejuvenate his squad for 2019, with established players such as former captain Fionn Fitzgerald, Barry John Keane and Mark Griffin excluded from pre-season plans for the new campaign.

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December diary at breaking point for Dr Crokes

It’s almost as if Dr Crokes are being punished for their latest club championship run, a dysfunctional fixtures programme meaning there is the very strong possibility they’ll be playing football during the opening three weekends of December and, potentially, a further two games over the Christmas period.

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Weeshie typified the best of Kerry and its people’s tremendous wit

We sadly never got to ask him which it was, but in the countless number of interviews he conducted, Weeshie Fogarty had either a tick or a tactic of asking in that endearing, warm Kerry drawl: “What does it mean to….?” or “tell me, how did it feel to…?”

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Shane Murphy indebted to Dr Crokes for ‘second chance’

Three seasons into his Dr Crokes senior career and Shane Murphy still has no idea what it’s like to finish October without a county championship title.

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Dingle selector Colm Geaney banned for eight weeks after Kerry brawl

Colm Geaney, the Dingle selector who struck East Kerry footballer Dara Moynihan in Sunday’s ill-tempered county semi-final replay, has been handed an eight-week suspension by Kerry GAA chiefs.

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Paul Geaney: GAA bosses must consider second referee

Paul Geaney says GAA hierarchy must consider the introduction of a second referee following a mass brawl in the Kerry SFC semi-final replay which is likely to result in heavy sanctions for both Dingle and East Kerry.

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Club GAA podcast: Kerry melee, Ballyea's finest hour, ‘Tubber joy, Fermoy famine over, Tournafulla's triumph

Murt Murphy joins us from Kerry to discuss the violent scenes in Austin Stack Park for the county semi-final between Dingle and East Kerry.

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David Clifford to miss Kerry's league campaign

A scheduled shoulder operation next month is expected to keep David Clifford sidelined for most, if not all, of Kerry’s Allianz League campaign.

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Shoulder injury may force David Clifford out of Kerry's Allianz League campaign

David Clifford is expected to miss most if not all of Kerry’s Allianz League campaign with a scheduled shoulder operation.

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Precocious Kerry footballer Stefan Okunbor bound for Geelong Cats

Kerry is losing another emerging talent with confirmation that Munster U-20 Player of the Year, Stefan Okunbor is set to join Geelong Cats on a two-year Rookie contract.

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Mark O'Connor apologises to Geelong for lining out in Kerry SFC quarter-final

Mark O’Connor has apologised to his Geelong employers for lining out for Dingle in last month’s Kerry SFC quarter-final win over Austin Stacks.

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Kerry's Darran O'Sullivan retires from inter-county football

Kerry’s Darran O'Sullivan has announced his retirement from inter-county football.

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Dingle and East Kerry left with same question: Did we blow it?

Perhaps we could cut straight to the last 15 minutes or so.

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Why Dr Crokes’ Kerry dominance runs deep

There’s the top floor. And then there’s the penthouse. In Kerry football terms, Dr Crokes continue their tenancy of that piece of real estate where only the best strut their stuff.

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Peter Keane opens gates on new Kerry

Perhaps he was only speaking in the abstract at a first media engagement, but new Kerry manager Peter Keane says he is “open to the idea” of re-opening the gates to Fitzgerald Stadium for Kerry training.

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