Kerry Senior Team V Tipperary announced
1. Brendan Kealy (Kilcummin) 2. Shane Enright (Tarbert) 3. Daniel Bohan (Austin Stacks) 4. Killian Young (Renard)
Munster Championship Fixtures - Next Weekend
FORTHCOMING FIXTURES, involving Kerry Junior and Senior Footballers take place on Saturday and Sunday next;
SATURDAY MAY 26TH
Munster GAA Junior Football Championship Quarter-FinalTipperary v Kerry
Venue: MacDonagh Park Nenagh @ 5:30pm
Referee: Maurice Condon (Waterford)
Extra time if necessary
Ticket Info; Tipperary V Kerry 27th May
Munster GAA Match Promotions
Munster GAA's ticket promotion strategy for the 2012 Munster Championships focuses on value for GAA club members and families.
For ticketed matches, clubs who purchase a minimum of 20 Terrace tickets will avail of a €5 reduction on each ticket. This means that patrons can attend all Munster Quarter Final and Semi Finals for €10.Similarly, clubs can purchase Stand tickets in advance (minimum of 50 per club) and receive a 20% discount for seats in specific sections of the stand. These ticket offers for clubs will allow our club membership to receive a benefit not available to any other supporters.
Keanes Supervalu Killorglin MLF Div 1 Final
Magnificent John Mitchels complete facile win over shell shocked Rockies John Mitchels 3-18 Austin Stacks 0-8
The eagerly awaited Keanes SuperValu Killorglin County Minor League Division 1 Final, featuring Tralee rivals John Mitchels (holders) and Austin Stacks, which was supposed to produce fireworks, failed to ignite, as a Darragh O'Neill inspired Mitchels simply crushed their cross town rivals with an awesome display of attacking football and the game was virtually over by half time, at Ballymacelligott, on Sunday evening.
Coaching & Games News
Tralee, Castleisland & St Brendan's board are all in full swing with our under 10 Go Games Blitz days. Last week saw big crowds in Currow, Ardfert & Na Gaeil. This weeks under 10's blitzes are being hosted on Wednesday evening by Scartaglin, Thursday by John Mitchels, and over the weekend by Ballyheigue. These blitzes continue to go from strength to strength and are a great credit to the work being done by each club.