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Kingdom to rely on forward firepower

Kingdom to rely on forward firepower

KERRY’s ladies will be hoping their plan to return to the top flight of the National League will get off to a winning start when they face Cavan in Denn Gas, Crosskeys at noon this Sunday. The team, jointly managed by Declan Quill and Darragh Long, will put last season’s Division 2 final loss behind… Read More…

Walsh is the man in the middle

Walsh is the man in the middle

THE Kerry team to play All-Ireland champions Dublin in the National League opener in Croke Park this Saturday night has a familiar ring to it, despite a number of players being unavailable. With Jack Barry and Diarmuid O’Connor in All-Ireland Junior Final action with Na Gaeil earlier in the day, and David Moran taking a… Read More…

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Kingdom to rely on forward firepower

Kingdom to rely on forward firepower

KERRY’s ladies will be hoping their plan to return to the top flight of the National League will get off to a winning start when they face Cavan in Denn Gas, Crosskeys at noon this Sunday. The team, jointly managed by Declan Quill and Darragh Long, will put last season’s Division 2 final loss behind… Read More…

Walsh is the man in the middle

Walsh is the man in the middle

THE Kerry team to play All-Ireland champions Dublin in the National League opener in Croke Park this Saturday night has a familiar ring to it, despite a number of players being unavailable. With Jack Barry and Diarmuid O’Connor in All-Ireland Junior Final action with Na Gaeil earlier in the day, and David Moran taking a… Read More…

Business

United Ireland is closer than ever

United Ireland is closer than ever

THE prospect of a united Ireland is closer than it has ever been but it’s not inevitable, the high-profile Killarney Economic Conference heard this Friday. Former First Minister in the Welsh Assembly, Carwyn Jones, addressed the issue during the course of an engaging event in the Brehon Hotel where Brexit, the future of Northern Ireland… Read More…

Kerry business chiefs make their mark

Kerry business chiefs make their mark

DYNAMIC Kerry business leaders have been invited to follow in the footsteps of Fexco founder Brian McCarthy and Jerry Kennelly of Stockbyte by entering the EY Entrepreneur of the Year programme which is now accepting nominations. Other Kerry tycoons nominated and were category winners in the past include Mike Stack of Killarney-based Tricel, Alan Scroope… Read More…

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