Category Archives: Sport

O’Shea plays a captain’s role as Kerry are champs

IT’S obviously in the blood as David Clifford’s first cousin, Paul O’Shea, inspired Kerry to an impressive victory over champions Cork in the Munster Under 20 final in Austin Stack Park, Tralee last night. The supremely talented Kilcummin player, who skippered his county, produced a spellbinding second half performance to clinch victory with man-of-the-match, Ruaidhri… Continue Reading

Rory’s girls celebrate a magnificent seven

KERRY bagged a magnificent seven goals and knocked over points in double digits as they well and truly outclassed Tipperary in the first round of the Munster Minor Football Championship. The spotlight fell on Siofra O’Shea of Southern Gales as the former Munster Young Player of the Year and Irish basketball international illuminated the John… Continue Reading

Tommy Walsh is Kerry’s Greatest Showman

FIVE TALKING POINTS AFTER KERRY BEAT MAYO Tommy Walsh is Kerry’s Greatest Showman So now we know. Tommy Walsh’s great abilities are not confined to the football field. He is also a wonderful singer. When Peter Keane was asked how his players passed the time in their hotel after the game was postponed on Saturday… Continue Reading

Great honour for Declan to lead his country

A SUPER fit Killarney athlete will have the honour of captaining his country in the Duathlon European Championships in Spain next weekend. Declan O’Donoghue of Killarney Triathlon Club skippers the team that will compete in the running and cycling categories in the 40-44 age group. A teacher in St Brendan’s College, Killarney, Declan is honoured… Continue Reading

Kerry fans fuming over late match call

KERRY fans were left seething when the Mayo County Board and Croke Park officials waited until just before 11 o’clock this morning to call off the Kerry v Mayo National Football League clash scheduled for this evening. Dozens of fans were already well into their journeys to Castlebar and supporters’ buses had to turn back… Continue Reading