Category Archives: GAA

Kerry must plan without Johnny

THE versatile Johnny Buckley has opted out of the Kerry senior football panel. The 2017 Kingdom captain is understood to have cited work commitments for his decision as the Kerry Coaches business he runs with his father, Mike, is extremely busy and his workload will escalate considerably as the Summer progresses. The Dr Crokes star,… Continue Reading

College girls contest Munster decider

KILLARNEY Community College is a hive of excitement this week in anticipation of the school’s participation in the Munster Ladies Football Championship final against Gaelcholaiste of Ennis this Friday. The squad has work extremely hard all year to reach this stage of the competition, beating Gaelcholàiste Chiarraí Tralee, Colaiste Íde Dingle and Scoil Mhuire, Crosshaven… Continue Reading

South Kerry are crowned champions

SOUTH Kerry captured the Coiste na nÓg Chiarrai Under 14 Hurling C title for the first time when beating Tralee Parnells by nine points, 3-4 to 1-3, in Abbeydorney. From the first minute, it was clear that South Kerry meant business as and had last year’s heavy loss to the same opposition on their minds.… Continue Reading

Kerry back in the major minor hunt

THE Kerry minor team to play arch rivals Cork in the Munster Minor Football Championship semi-final this Tuesday, features two players from Killarney Legion, two from Glenflesk and two from Rathmore in the starting line-up while the side will be captained by the impressive Paul O’Shea from Kilcummin. In addition to the young East Kerry… Continue Reading

Night of celebrations in Kilcummin

MUCH more than local bragging rights was at stake when Oskars fundraising partners Kilcummin and Glenflesk clashed in the Kerry Intermediate Football Championship final this Sunday and after a pulsating tie, full of non-stop action and real passion, it was Kilcummin that got to bring home the silverware. Three goals in the opening quarter of… Continue Reading