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Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #105 on: October 30, 2008, 10:40:24 PM »
Whats the latest on the new manager  Mike?
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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #106 on: October 30, 2008, 11:54:13 PM »
clonoe orahillys{my own club} won tyrone championship latten orahillys won monaghan championship may be an omen...........Up the rahillys!!!!!

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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #107 on: November 01, 2008, 09:08:11 PM »
clonoe orahillys{my own club} won tyrone championship latten orahillys won monaghan championship may be an omen...........Up the rahillys!!!!!

well they made the final, rahillys 12 s kerry 11. brian sheehan had a chance from an impossible angle in the end but not to be. after 5 years on the go s kerrys great run finally came to an end. they are some team and no doubt will be back..
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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #108 on: November 01, 2008, 09:27:15 PM »
good luck in the final kerins orahillys are a great club. I also see there was an orahillys in wexford football final unfortnatley they got beat. Once again up the ORAHILLYS.

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« Reply #109 on: November 03, 2008, 09:19:13 PM »
Well done to KO'R's but dissapointed that South Kerry did not make the final again, they have had a great run over the last 5 years. Fair play to Jack O'Connor for guiding Rahilly's back to a county final .

So its Mid Kerry v Rahilly's in the final, the country lads against the townies of Strand road ,has the makings of a good game, MK hammered Killorglin in the semi and Darren O'Sullivan is in a serious vein of form this year. But KO'R have the makings of a serious looking team, with Declan Quill, Mike Quirke, David Moran and the Walsh Brothers leading the way in style.

The Kerry captain for 2009 will come from the winners, if Darragh O'Se retires either of Quirke or Moran could be be his replacement and if MK win Darren will have a huge opportunity to stake a claim to a starting spot for next season with the Kingdom, some would say he was unlucky not to claim one this year. But thats for talk over the turkey at Christmas , there is lots of football to be played yet.

I'd say all the talk of Jack's return to the Kerry hot seat will be put on hold for a few weeks given their glut of club games coming up. Bizarely Kerins O'Rahilly will now play Nemo Rangers next weekend in the Munster Senior club before they face into their senior county final which does not have a date fixed yet. As the only club team left in the Kerry championship they will represent Kerry in the Munster club championship and with the Munster club fixtures now taking precedence that game will now have to be played, not ideal preperation for either game and a huige test of their panel and Jack's management but KO'R v Nemo should be a cracker. The Norries against the Langers has a certain ring to it  :P

In the Intermediate final Gneeveguilla play St. Michaels/Foilmore ,at Austin Stack Park, 19:45 on Wednesday 5th November and the winners then have to play a Munster Intermediate game on the 9th of November against Clonmel so not much time for any celebrating.

Fixtures in Kerry are a mess like many other counties and yet there are loads of local games still to be played, will make for a busy Nov and Dec.
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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #110 on: November 09, 2008, 10:05:37 PM »
Looks like Barry John Walsh picked up a nasty leg injury today in the game with Nemo, looked on TV like his ankle was smashed, hope he has a speedy receovery.  Very disapointed that the medical team did not even have a blanket to put over the lad as he was being attended to on the field and while being stretchered off, it was one cold and wet day in Langer land. Nemo took their chances and the 2 goals were the main turning points. Ref was deplorable but that for another day.

Rahilly's now have to pick it up from scratch for next weekend County Final. At Least it frees up Jack O'Connor for the County team as there will be no extended Munster club run for the Norries.

Well done to St Michael/Foilmore on winning the County Intermediate title underlights midweek and keeping the South Kerry flag flying.
They also beat Clonmel Og by 1-10 to 1-5 today in the Munster Intermediate club and play Tramore next weekend.

Also well done to Skellig Rangers on getting to the County Junior final where they will play Beale.

Both of them being involved will not help the long delayed South Kerry Championship which kicked off at the weekend. Looks like a St Stephen's day final again to decide the Jack Murphy Cup.

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Dromid 0-7 Valentia 0-5
Derrynane 1-8 Waterville 1-12

Derrynane nearly pulled off the shock of the footballing year by beating near neighbours and well fancied Waterville, but for a late Denis Dwyer penalty it would have been an Historic day for the Derrynane lads. One of these fecking years. Now for some gloating from Frank Casey !!!

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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #111 on: November 30, 2008, 06:30:39 PM »
mid kerry 1-7 o rahallys 0-9. crazy finish today with a last minute penalty to mid kerry which they converted for the 1 point win. congrats to mid kerry on becoming county champions. i have to say i was sick with the penalty but as i like a lot of others was busy watching a fight on the 45 i missed it..

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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #112 on: February 14, 2009, 12:58:47 AM »
Best of luck to the 2 Kerry clubs in the All Ireland Junior and Intermediate football finals tomorrow in Croke Park.

A fantistic achievement for a very rural and sparsley populated area of the country. Ballinskelligs/Foilmore and Skelligs Rangers, Hope they do the parish of Prior and South Kerry proud.
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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #113 on: February 16, 2009, 08:20:48 PM »
Mike i was in  croke park good evenings football.. Can you answer me this was ronan oconnor playing for the kingdom 2 years ago?? He looks badly out of shape if he was..

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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #114 on: February 16, 2009, 10:29:04 PM »
Best of luck to the 2 Kerry clubs in the All Ireland Junior and Intermediate football finals tomorrow in Croke Park.

A fantistic achievement for a very rural and sparsley populated area of the country. Ballinskelligs/Foilmore and Skelligs Rangers, Hope they do the parish of Prior and South Kerry proud.

they did the business anyway! fairplay!

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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #115 on: June 13, 2011, 08:08:20 AM »
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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #116 on: May 28, 2013, 06:39:36 PM »
i think gooch being moved to chf is a great move! gets the main man on the ball more....... views?

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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #117 on: December 05, 2015, 09:32:02 AM »
Templenoe top of division 2 in Kerry leagues and junior champs.
St Mary's mid table in same division and provincial intermediate champs.
There's five divisions in your county.
Kerry teams have great success in the IFC and JFC.
Why is a division two league team playing JFC?

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Re: Official Kerry GAA Thread
« Reply #118 on: December 28, 2015, 07:39:42 PM »
Kerry Gaels how good are St Mary's Cahericriveen