Senior, Minor, U/16 And U/14 Fixtures Announced.

The draw for the various Munster championship grades has been made and the Kerry senior ladies

footballers will face Waterford on at home on May 13th. The competition is being run in a round robin

format again this year and Kerry will play their next round game on the weekend of the 16th,17th and

18th June at home against Cork and will hopefully progress to the Munster final on July 8 th .Newly

installed Kerry manager Graham Shine will be aiming to come into the championship on the back of a

positive Division 1 league campaign which will kick off on January 29th with an away fixture to Cork in

Mallow at 2PM.

Meanwhile the Kerry minor ladies will play their first round Munster championship game on March 18

where Waterford will be their opponents. Kerry will then be away to Cork on April 15 th . The Munster

final is scheduled for Monday May 1 st . Kerry were well beaten by Cork in the 2016 Munster final, but

with a lot of last years u/16’s eligible for the minor grade this year they are sure to present a formidable

challenge for the title in 2017. The Kerry minors also have a new management team led by Jonathan

Griffin and he will be hoping for a positive start to his reign.

The Kerry U/16 ladies, who are in a round robin this year unlike the last number of years, will play their

first round Munster championship game on Saturday March 25thaway to old rivals Cork. Kerry u/16's

will then play Tipperary on April 1st and the Munster U/16 final is scheduled for Monday April 17th.

There is no doubt that both Cork or Tipperary will be hell bent on trying to strip them of their Munster

and All Ireland titles that they won so impressively in 2016. Kerry manager Rory Kilgallen of John

Mitchels will have his team well prepared for battle and Kerry u/16s will be very difficult to beat again

this year.

The Kerry u/14’s will take on old rivals Cork on Saturday 18 th March. Kerry are the defending Munster

champions but will face a formidable challenge from a wounded rebel team. The final for this

competition is fixed for May 6 th . John Doona has already shortlisted his panel to 30 players after holding

a series of trials, and his team will be training hard for the challenge ahead over the next few months.