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Kerry Gaa Tv Interview with Ger O'Keeffe

Saturday 19th August, 2017



Kerry Gaa Tv spoke with Ger O'Keeffe last Thursday night about his experience of All Ireland semi finals.It is 40 years since the 1977 semi final v Dublin.">

Kerry V Mayo Team Announcement

Friday 18th August, 2017



Kerry V Mayo – All Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi Final Sunday 20/8/2017The Kerry Senior Football Team to play Mayo in the All Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi Final in Croke Park on Sunday next shows three changes in personnel from the side that defeated Galway in the quarter final; Killian Young comes into the full back line in place of Fionn Fitzgerald; Anthony Maher starts in midfield...

Kerry Minor Football Team Announced

Friday 18th August, 2017



Kerry V Cavan Electric Ireland GAA All Ireland Minor Championship Semi Final – Sunday 20th Aug 2017The Kerry Minor Football Team to play Cavan in the Electric Ireland GAA All Ireland Minor Football Championship Semi Final at Croke Park on Sunday next shows one change in personnel from the side that defeated Louth in the Quarter Final.Patrick Warren of Gneeveguilla comes in at half back with Michael Potts...


Credit Union Senior Football LeagueThe Credit Union Senior Football League, bar a couple of back games, is now down to the final Round of games.In Division 1, Dr Crokes, following their victory over Milltown-Castlemaine (2-14 to 0-12) on Friday evening, are in the Division 1 Final and the second final place rests between An Ghaeltacht on 16 points (away to St Marys in final round) and Rathmore on 14 points (home to...


Ticket Arrangements for All Ireland Semi FinalsA Semi Final Double Bill has been confirmed for Sunday August 20th in Croke ParkKerry v Mayo 3.30pmKerry v Cavan 1.30pm Ticket Prices as follows:Hogan Stand (No Concession) - €45Cusack Stand - €45Terrace - €30 FAMILY TICKETS: Family Tickets- Cusack and Davin StandsAdults - €45 Juveniles - €5Students & Senior Citizens (Cusack &...

Kerry Under 21 Hurlers in All Ireland Final

Thursday 17th August, 2017



All Ireland Under 21 B Hurling Semi FinalKerry 1-23 Meath 1-9Kerry are through to the All Ireland Under 21 B Final following a semi final victory over Meath at Semple Stadium this afternoon and they now go forward to the final where they will play either Kildare or Wicklow (who throw in at 5pm in Arklow) in the curtain raiser to the All Ireland Under 21 Final on Saturday September 9th.Meath had first use of the wind and...


Club Officers visit the Kerry GAA Centre of Excellence in CurransOn Saturday last, club officers and County Board delegates, along with members of the Press were invited to a viewing of the Kerry GAA Centre of Excellence in Currans to view at first hand the facilities that will be at the disposal of players of all age groups in the county in the not too distant future. Right now, final fittings are being added to the...


Keane's SuperValu Killorglin Minor Hurling Championship DrawThe following is the Draw for the Keane's SuperValu Killorglin Minor Hurling Championship:Preliminary Round (a) - Wednesday 23rd AugustBallyduff V LixnawRound 1 (Dates TBC by CCC)Crotta O'Neills V winners of Preliminary RoundBallyheigue V St BrendansSouth Kerry V CausewayKilmoyley V Abbeydorney Parnells...

PRO GAA Scene August 16th 2017

Wednesday 16th August, 2017



Kerry and Mayo renew rivalry in All Ireland semi finalKerry and Mayo renew All Ireland Championship rivalry when they go head to head in the semi final at Croke Park on Sunday next (3:30pm). Mention of this game immediately brings back memories of the epic tussles between the side at the same stage three years ago. On that occasion, an outstanding individual effort from Kieran O’Leary saved Kerry’s...

Kerry GAA Supporters Club

Monday 14th August, 2017



Kerry GAA Supporters ClubThe Kerry GAA Supporters Club will take buses to the All-Ireland Semi-Finals on Sunday next departing from Farranfore at 6am, Tralee at 6:30 and Listowel at 7am. All seats must be booked by Thursday the 17th of August. For bookings please contact; Martin Leane, John King or Donie O’Leary. All persons travelling must have a valid membership card....


All Ireland Under 17 Semi FinalRoscommon 2-15 Kerry 1-13Kerry’s chances of a possible Minor and Under 17 double evaporated at Cusack Park Ennis today where a physically stronger Roscommon side were deserving winners over the Munster standard bearers. Kerry, who had first use of the strong wind, and who were obviously disadvantage by their three months lay-off, never led and were playing catch-up...


Mixed Luck for Kerry Hurlers in Hyde Park Double BillThere was mixed luck for Kerry Hurlers at Dr Hyde Park this afternoon where the Minor Hurlers failed in their quest for 6 All Ireland Minor B Titles in a row, but the Under 21 Hurlers advanced to the semi finals of the Under 21 B (Ritchie McElligott Cup) with a big win over Donegal.Minor B Hurling Qtr FinalKildare 1-14 Kerry 1-12A strong finish when wind assisted in the...


Keane's SuperValu Killorglin Minor Football Championship semi final drawThe semi final draw for the Keane's SuperValu Killorglin Minor Football Championship was made live on Kerry GAA TV on Thursday evening and resulted in the following pairings: East Kerry vs St. KieransKenmare District vs St. BrendansThe semi finals will be played at neutral venues on August 23rd....

PRO GAA Scene August 9th 2017

Wednesday 09th August, 2017



Kerry GAA Scene 9th August 2017Kerry Seniors to play MayoMayo made no mistake at the second time of asking when routing Roscommon in the All Ireland Quarter final Replay at Croke Park on Bank Holiday Monday last. It was a big statement by last year’s All Ireland finalists and all their big names were back on song with Aidan O’Shea leading by example. They also did the business without Lee Keegan who sat out...


Portlaoise a happy hunting ground for Kerry Juniors and MinorsA look back at today’s games by John O’Leary, Pro Coiste Chontae ChiarraíFrom the time the very wise decision was made by Croke Park to play the All Ireland Junior Final and All Ireland Minor Quarter Final as a double header in Portlaoise I have had people coming up to me saying “That Portlaoise place has never been a happy...


Kerry Cruise Past Louth Challenge to earn Semi Final placeBy Samuel Mansfield and Diarmuid KearneyA Donnchadh O’Sullivan goal early on and 9 points from David Clifford was enough to help the Kingdom book a semi final place following a convincing 10 point victory over Louth in Portlaoise.Kerry displayed great attacking prowess throughout the opening half with Clifford on hand for five points after...


Double Bill in Hyde Park for Kerry Minor and Under 21 HurlersBoth the Co. Minor and Under 21 teams will be in action on Saturday, 12 August in their respective All-Ireland ‘B’ championships. The Minors will play Kildare in round 1 and they will be aiming for an unprecedented 6th title in a row at this level. The Under 21 team will play the winners of the All-Ireland ‘C’ competition in the...


Garvey's SuperValu Senior Football Championship Draw The Draw for the Quarter Finals of the Garvey's SuperValu Senior Football Championship was made live on Radio Kerry today in the presence of Kevin McCarthy representing Garvey's SuperValu and Peter Twiss Runaí of the Kerry County Committee.The draw resulted in the following pairings:Dr. Crokes vs Kenmare Shamrocks Kerins...


The Kerry GAA County Board wish to recruit a County Games Development Administrator-Hurling Role Profile: The Games Development Administrator - Hurling will be responsible for the implementation of GAA Games Development Policy and for supporting the development of strategies for Hurling in the County. The role holder will also be responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of a coherent...

PRO GAA Scene August 2nd 2017

Wednesday 02nd August, 2017



Kerry GAA Scene 2nd August 2017Kerry qualify for 3th Semi Final in-a-rowKerry senior footballers qualified for their 5th All Ireland semi final in a row when rather easily accounting for the Galway challenge at Croke Park on Sunday last. Galway did put it up to Kerry at times especially during the first forty minutes or so but at the end of the day Kerry were comfortable winners on a 1-18 to 0-13 scoreline , 1-16 of which...