Kerry team named for Munster Final

TG4 Munster LGFA Senior Championship Final

Kerry -v- Cork

Saturday 18th May – Mallow GAA Complex – 4pm

1. Mary Ellen Bolger – Southern Gaels

2. Eilís Lynch – Castleisland Desmonds

3. Kayleigh Cronin – Dr Crokes

4. Ciara Murphy – MKL Gaels

5. Aishling O’Connell – Scartaglen

6. Cáit Lynch – Castleisland Desmonds

7. Eilís O’Connor – Na Gaeil

8. Mary O’Connell – Na Gaeil

9. Anna Galvin – Southern Gaels

10. Naimh Carmody – Fingue/St Senans (C)

11. Niamh Ní Chonchúir – Corca Dhuibhne

12. Deirdre Kearney – Na Gaeil

13. Katie Brosnan – Firies

14. Danielle O’Leary – Rathmore

15. Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh – Corca Dhuibhne

16. Ciara Butler – Castlegregory

17. Lorraine Scanlon – Castleisland Desmonds

18. Emma Dineen – Glenflesk

19. Aoife Dillane – Austin Stacks

20. Amy Harrington – Inbhear Scéine Gaels

21. Ciara O’Brien – Laune Rangers

22. Hannah O’Donoghue – Beaufort

23. Fay O’Donoghue – Beaufort

24. Kate O’Sullivan – Daingean Uí Chúis

25. Jadyn Lucey – Na Gaeil

26. Ciara McCarthy – Abbeydorney

27. Róisín Smith – Cromane

28. Fiadhna Tangney – Beaufort

29. Bríd O’Connor – Na Gaeil

30. Amy Curtin – Castleisland Desmonds

Ticket Details:

Live on Spórt TG4 YouTube Page:

U17 PDP Development – Saturday 18th May

Hi All

The Under 17 PDP will be this Saturday from 9.30 to 11.30 in John Mitchels GAA Complex. 

The program will consist of  training sessions and will end with the squad taking part in

The U17 National Festival Day will take place on Tuesday 9th July across three venues in Dublin; National Games Development Centre, TUD Blanchardstown and Sport Ireland GAA Pitch in Sports Campus.

The U17 Player Development Programme (PDP) focuses on developing young players in the vulnerable U17 age group. Here are some key features:

Coaching Sessions: High-quality coaching sessions to enhance skills and knowledge of both players and coaches 

Playing Opportunities: Players participate at county, provincial, and national levels.

Skill Development: Emphasis on technical skills, game understanding, and fitness.

Player Well-Being: Promotes a positive attitude, teamwork, and resilience.

Training dates (all Saturdays)

11th of May

18th of May

25th of May

8th of June

15th of June

22nd of June

29th of June

6th of July

We fully understand that this is a very busy time of year, so there is no requirement on any player or coach to make all the sessions.

All coaches and Players are more than welcome.


Anthony Curran

087 2713507

Chairperson KLGFA Development Committee

Minor County League Final Ticket Details:

Kerry LGFA Minor County League Division 1 Final

Castleisland Desmonds -v- Southern Gaels

Tuesday 14th May – Glenflesk GAA Club – Throw in: 7:30pm


Kerry LGFA Minor County League Division 2 Final.

Glenflesk -v- MKL Gaels

Wednesday 15th May – Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney – Throw in: 7pm


Kerry U14 team named to face Kildare

All Ireland U14 Championship Quarter Final (Platinum Series)

Kerry -v- Kildare – Saturday 11th May (University of Limerick – Maguires Pitches (Pitch 1) – 12noon)

1. Grace O’Regan – John Mitchels

2. Amy O’Sullivan – Inbhear Scéine Gaels

3. Laura O’Sullivan – Southern Gaels

4. Aideen Duffy – Listowel Emmets

5. Bláthnaid Ní Shúilleabháin – Corca Dhuibhne

6. Sarah Chute – Churchil (VC)

7. Siena Ryan – Inbhear Scéine Gaels

8. Evie O’Sullivan – Churchill

9. Aoife Wright – Corca Dhuibhne

10. Sadhbh Dowling – Churchill

11. Nessa Kirby – Abbeydorney

12. Ally Russell – Abbeydorney (C)

13. Evanne Mason – Beale

14. Kate Sheridan – Duagh

15. Clionagh Coffey – Beaufort

16. Clodagh Quirke – Cromane

17. Aoibhin O’Sullivan – Laune Rangers

18. Clodagh Griffin – Cromane

19. Máire Eilís Nic Gearailt – Corca Dhuibne

20. Amy Noonan – John Mitchels

21. Katie Crowley – Castleisland Desmonds

22. Saoirse Hussey – Inbhear Scéine Gaels

23. Kate O’Sullivan – Cromane

24. Sophia Fleming – Castleisland Desmonds

25. Aisling Quirke – MKL Gaels

26. Nessa O’Donoghue – Beaufort

27. Lauren O’Sullivan – MKL Gaels

28. Edie Corkery – Cromane

29. Rhea Kate Devane – Kilcummin

30. Amy Moriarty – Daingean Uí Chúis

U17 PDP Saturday 11th May 2024

Good Morning

The under 17 PDP will commence this Saturday  the 11th of May in John Mitchels GAA Complex at 9.30am.

This is now open to all girls born in 2007 and 2008 . Please send out the details out to your relevant team groups and also we are looking for any coaches of any level who would like to join the PDP program

Can you please email me on a List of Participants along with the names of any coaches who might like to get involved as soon as possible

We are asking each club to make a real effort to send at least 3 players and also 1 coach, as being part of the PDP program is of benefit to all players and coaches involved

Any queries, don’t hesitate to contact me 

Anthony Curran
087 2713507
Chairperson KLGFA Development Committee

Kerry make it 3 wins out of 3 in Munster Senior Championship

TG4 Munster Championship Round 3

By Dan Kearney

Kerry 1-8 Waterford 1-7

Fiadhna Tangney came off the bench and scored the winning point for Kerry in a pulsating contest at Cordal GAA club in Round 3 of the TG4 Munster Senior Championship.

Waterford will point to 6 second half wides as being detrimental to their cause whilst Kerry will be happy to face into a Munster Final after a win in a game that they might well have lost.

Kerry were first off the mark when Jadyn Lucey pointed a free following a foul on Hannah O’Donoghue and in the 6th minute Lorraine Scanlon got on the scoresheet after some very good play from Eilis O’Connor.

Waterford’s Kelly Ann Hogan pointed a free following a foul on the impressive Aoife Murray and Kerry had a huge let off in the 12th minute when Lauren McGregor rattled the post with a superb shot at goal.

A Kelly Ann Hogan free in the 16th minute brought Waterford level and straight from the resulting kick out Hogan put her side one up from play.

We had to wait another 6 minutes for the next score and it was Kerry’s Hannah O’Donoghue who finished to the back of the net after a sweeping move involving Lorraine Scanlon, Amy Harrington and Emma Dineen.

The lively Katie Murray and Jadyn Lucey traded scores before Niamh Ní Chonchúir put Kerry 1-4 to 0-4 ahead in the 28th minute. Kelly Ann Hogan pointed a free soon afterwards , and it was Kerry that took a 1-4 to 0-5 lead in at half time.

Waterford spurned a goal chance early in the second half when Eve Power had to be content with a point, but they got the goal they craved from a Kaci Brazil penalty following a foul on Aine O’Neill.

Cora Murray made a brilliant block from Jadyn Lucey at the other end and although Waterford took control of proceedings, they were wasteful in possession.

Niamh Ní Chonchuir got a welcome point for Kerry in the 48th minute to bring them to within one, 1-5 to 1-6, but Kelly Ann Hogan slotted over to give Waterford the lead once more.

 Katie Brosnan, looking sharp, hit a brace of scores to draw Kerry level but with time running out it was another substitute, Fiadhna Tangney, who sealed the win for Kerry.

Scorers-Kerry: K Brosnan 0-2, H O’Donoghue 1 goal, J Lucey 0-2 (1f), L Scanlon 0-1, F Tangney 0-1, N Ní Chonchúir 0-2         

Waterford: K A Hogan 0-5 (3f), K Brazil 1 goal (pen), E Murray 0-2.

Kerry: C Butler; K O’Sullivan, E Lynch, A Dillane; E O’Connor, A O’Connell , R Rahilly; L Scanlon, R Smith; A Harrington, H O’Donoghue, N Ní Chonchúir; D Kearney, E Dineen, J Lucey. Subs:C Murphy for R Rahilly 16, K Brosnan for A O’Connell , F O’Donoghue for E Lynch (both H/T, L Ní |Mhuircheartaigh for A Harrington 38, C McCarthy for D Kearney, C O’Brien for R Smith (both 45), A Curtin for J Lucey, F Tangney for H O’Donoghue (both 51),

Waterford: E O’Brien; C Murray, H Power, A Waring; N Power, E Murray, E Power; A O’Neill, K Murray 0-1; A Murray, E Bolger, C McCarthy; K A Hogan 0-5 (3f) L McGregor, L O’Shea.Subs:K Brazil for L McGregor, E Fitzgerald for L O’Shea(both  H/T), M Comerford for A Waring 34, O Kennedy for E Bolger 51, A Brazil for K Brazil 58.

Referee: Justin Murphy (Cork).

Kerry team named to face Waterford

TG4 Munster Senior Championship – Round 3

Kerry -v- Waterford

Sunday 5th May 2024 – Cordal GAA – 1pm

1. Ciara Butler – Castlegregory

2. Kate O’Sullivan – Daingean Ui Chúis

3. Eilís Lynch – Castleisland Desmonds

4. Aoife Dillane  – Austin Stacks

5. Eilís O’Connor – Na Gaeil

6. Aishling O’Connell – Scartaglin (C)

7. Róisín Rahilly – Ballymacelligott

8. Lorraine Scanlon – Castleisland Desmonds

9. Róisín Smith – Cromane

10. Jess Gill – Southern Gaels

11. Hannah O’Donoghue – Beaufort

12. Niamh Ní Chonchúir – Corca Dhuibhne

13. Deirdre Kearney – Na Gaeil

14. Emma Dineen – Glenflesk

15. Jadyn Lucey – Na Gaeil

16. Mary Ellen Bolger – Southern Gaels

17. Kayleigh Cronin – Dr Crokes

18. Anna Galvin – Southern Gaels

19. Amy Harrington – Inbhear Scéine Gaels

20. Ciara O’Brien – Laune Rangers

21. Ciara McCarthy – Abbeydorney

22. Mary O’Connell – Na Gaeil

23. Katie Brosnan – Firies

24. Danielle O’Leary – Rathmore

25. Ciara Murphy – MKL Gaels

26. Bríd O’Connor – Na Gaeil

27. Fay O’Donoghue – Beaufort

28. Fiadhna Tangney – Beaufort

29. Amy Curtin – Castleisland Desmonds

30. Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh – Corca Dhuibhne