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Garvey's Senior Championships Update

Wednesday 24th July, 2019



Garvey’s Senior Football & Hurling ChampionshipsNext weekend, we look forward in anticipation to Round 2 of the Garvey’s Senior Hurling Championship. A weekend pass for the Round 2 games valid for the Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th games is now available to purchase from Garvey’s SuperValu Stores in Tralee, Listowel and Castleisland. While on the football front, we are preparing for the...


Kerry MinorsBest wishes to the Kerry Minors in the Electric Ireland Football All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter Final. They play Tyrone in Bórd na Mona O'Connor Park, Tullamore at 2pm on Sunday (28th July). A tough challenge lies ahead for this young team but they have performed very well so far and will be well prepared for the task ahead. The game will be streamed live on the TG4 Real player. The...

Kerry Supporters Club - Bus to Navan

Wednesday 24th July, 2019



The Kerry Supporters club will take coaches to Navan. All seats must be booked by Wednesday night July 31st. For booking contact Donal O’Leary, John King or Martin Leane.

PRO GAA Scene July 24th 2019

Wednesday 24th July, 2019



All to Play for Heading into Phase 3!Certainly, last Sunday’s Phase 2 game against Donegal was not one for the faint hearted! While a win would have been great, a draw was possibly the fairest result. Both teams gave spectators a feast of football as they drew level numerous times throughout the game. A number of personnel changes were forced upon both sides due to injuries and other pre match changes were shrewd...

Congratulations to Kerry Juniors

Tuesday 23rd July, 2019



Kerry Juniors are All Ireland Champions!The ‘Five in a Row’ has been achieved again by Kerry! Congratulations to Manager Jimmy Keane and all involved with the Kerry Junior squad. It was a wonderful achievement to beat Galway on Saturday in Portlaoise. There was a large attendance present to roar on Captain Philip O’Connor as he collected the All Ireland Junior Cup from Munster Chairman Liam...

All to play for heading into Phase 3

Tuesday 23rd July, 2019



All to Play for Heading into Phase 3!Certainly, last Sunday’s Phase 2 game against Donegal was not one for the faint hearted! While a win would have been great, a draw was possibly the fairest result. Both teams gave spectators a feast of football as they drew level numerous times throughout the game. A number of personnel changes were forced upon both sides due to injuries and other pre-match changes were...


Kerry GAA announce new partnership with Ivertec BroadbandKerry GAA today announced details of a 5-year partnership with Ivertec, Kerry’s largest rural broadband provider, as their official telecommunications partner. The agreement facilitated the installation of 300 Mbps Broadband Connectivity, which is up and running at Kerry GAA's world-class Centre of Excellence, at Currans, in...


All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final Group 1 Phase 2Courtesy of GAA.ieDONEGAL 1-20 KERRY 1-20By Chris McNulty at Croke ParkWhen they finally drew breath on a pulsating afternoon a headquarters, there was nothing to separate Donegal and Kerry.During a breathless finale Michael Murphy free was the last act of an eventful contest that might have swung either way.It was Murphy who netted the...

Kerry win Junior 5-in-a-row

Saturday 20th July, 2019



All-Ireland Junior Football FinalCourtesy of GAA.ieKERRY 3-14 GALWAY 0-13By David Connors at O’Moore Park, PortlaoiseAfter completing an unprecedented four-in-a-row in 2018, the Kerry Junior footballers went a step further this evening completing an unrivalled five All-Ireland titles on the spin.Three second half goals from the Kingdom courtesy of corner forwards Barry O’Dwyer and Stephen...


'Support our current Kerry Stars and the Stars of the Future'You can support our current Kerry Stars and our Stars of the Future by purchasing a ticket for our MONSTER RAFFLEThe monies raised from this will fund the training costs of all our county teams from Senior to our various Development Squads. You never know you might drive off with a Brand NewOpel Crossland Xoranother of our many brilliant prizes....

Super 8 Round 2 Kerry v Donegal

Friday 19th July, 2019



Super 8 Group 1 Round 2Kerry v DonegalCounty NameKerry Competition / ComórtasSuper 8s Round 2Against / In aghaidhDonegalDate / Dátá:21/7/2019County Colours Green and GoldName - First & Surname(English)(Irish)Club Name1Shane RyanSeán Ó RiainRathmore2Jason FoleyIasún Ó FoghlúBallydonoghue3Tadhg MorleyTadhg Ó...


All Ireland Junior Final Kerry v GalwayCounty NameKerry Competition / ComórtasJunior ChampionshipAgainst / In aghaidhGalwayDate / Dátá:20/7/2019County Colours Green and GoldName - First & Surname(English)(Irish)Club Name1Eoghan O'BrienEoghan Ó BriainChurchill2Cian Ó MurchúCian Ó MurchúAn Ghaeltacht3Padraig...

U20 Munster Football Final

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



U20 Munster Football Final.Kerry U20 Team Competition / ComórtasMunster Football U20 Championship FinalAgainst / In aghaidhCorkDate / Dátá:18th July 2019County Colours Green and GoldName - First & Surname(English)(Irish)Club Name1 (GK)Brian LonerganBrian Ó LonergáinBallymacelligott2Dan McCarthyDónall MacCarthaighKenmare3Dylan CaseyDylan...

Super 8, A Positive Start!

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



A Positive Start!The atmosphere around Killarney last Sunday was reminiscent of Munster Final Days of past years. A huge thank you is due to the wonderful Kerry Supporters who created a sea of Green & Gold inside Fitzgerald Stadium. From the off, Kerry were intent on laying down a marker and each player was willing to put their body on the line. RTE chose David Clifford as Man of the Match, but truthfully the...

PRO GAA Scene July 17th 2019

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



A Positive Start!The atmosphere around Killarney last Sunday was reminiscent of Munster Final Days of past years. A huge thank you is due to the wonderful Kerry Supporters who created a sea of Green & Gold inside Fitzgerald Stadium. From the off, Kerry were intent on laying down a marker and each player was willing to put their body on the line. RTE chose David Clifford as Man of the Match, but truthfully the...

Hurling by Tommy O’Connor

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



HurlingThe Round 1 replay in the 2019 Garvey’s SuperValu Kerry Co. Senior Hurling Championship [Corn Neilus Ó Floinn] between Crotta O’Neill’s and Ballyduff will take place eon this Friday at Austin Stack Park, 7.00p.m. (extra time if necessary). The Round 2 draw is as follows: Round 2A - St. Brendan's v winners of Ballyduff v Crotta O'Neill's; Causeway v Lixnaw. Round 2B...

Garvey’s Senior Football Championship

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



Garvey’s Senior Football ChampionshipThe draw from the Garvey’s Senior Football Championship will be made on Monday July 29th. Time and venue will be confirmed in the coming days. The Kerry County Board is delighted that Garvey’s have extended their sponsorship of this excellent championship.

Credit Union County Leagues

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



Credit Union County LeaguesRound 9 of the Credit Union County League goes ahead next Weekend. All games are down for decision on Saturday as the Kerry Seniors are in action on Sunday. A full list of fixtures can be found on the Kerry GAA website. Round 5 of the Credit Union Junior Football Leagues is fixed for this Friday 19th July at 7.30 pm. There is an option to play on Saturday/Sunday/Monday of the fixture weekend or...

Kerry U20 Munster Final v Cork

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



Kerry U20 Munster Final v CorkLast Thursday Jack O’Connor’s U20s defeated Limerick in the EirGrid Munster semi-final. They worked hard against a defensive Limerick side. Next Thursday Kerry meet Cork in the Munster Final in Pairc Ui Rinn at 7.30pm. Cork made light work of Waterford last Friday night so a big challenge lies ahead for our Kerry side. However, Kerry are the Munster title holders and are...

Kerry Juniors v Galway

Wednesday 17th July, 2019



Kerry Juniors and Kerry U20sBest of luck to Jimmy Keane, his Management Team and Junior Panel in their All Ireland Final on Saturday. The other semi-final was played last weekend between Galway and Meath and it was a goal bonanza! After extra time, Galway overcame Meath by the narrowest of margins as the game finished 7-17 to 5-22. The final between Kerry and Galway is fixed for Saturday at 5pm in Portlaoise. Hopefully...