Kerry’s Daithí Casey scores the winning point despite the efforts of Donegal’s Ciarán Thompson at Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Eamon Fitzmaurice must have allowed himself a little smile on Sunday evening because he had managed to engineer pretty much the dictionary definition (...)

David Clifford scored 4-4 in the All-Ireland minor final win over Derry. Photograph: Inpho

David Clifford hasn’t played senior football for Kerry yet, but he is already expected to stop Dublin from winning four, and definitely five, All-Irel(...)

 Kevin McManamon with his seven-month-old  nephew Liam after Dublin won their seventh straight Leinster football title at Croke Park on Sunday. Photograph:  Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Dublin’s breaking of the record for Leinster titles attracted some attention even if it didn’t exactly leave the GAA world rapt at the achievement. Pa(...)

Kerry’s Michael Geaney celebrates scoring a goal against Tyrone. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Kerry 1-21 Tyrone 2-11 It didn’t quite have the bite of past meetings between Kerry and Tyrone but the Kingdom did enough to see off their rivals and(...)

The Kerry All-Ireland winning team of 1930.  Back Row, from left: Jack Walsh, Dee O’Connor, JJ Landers, J Barrett, J O Sullivan, J Riordan, Tim O Donnell, Dan Ryan, Eamonn Fitzgerald. Middle: Jack McCarthy, Paddy Whitty, Con Brosnan, Paul Russell, Tommy Barrett, Dan O’Keeffe, Miko Doyle. Front: Jackie Ryan, Bob Stack, Eddie ‘Pedlar’ Sweeney, John Joe Sheehy (c), Tim Landers, Con Geaney

We’ve never been great ones for numbers in Irish sport. The idea that a single number could tell the full story of a person’s career, or a club’s hist(...)

Kerry’s David Moran launches a kick towards the Clare goal in the All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Kerry 2-16 Clare 0-11 Kerry will have to wait for another day to find out where they’re at. The question will be settled for them by either Dublin (...)

Tommy Walsh is to quit the Kerry football panel, according to reports. Photograph: Inpho

Tommy Walsh is set to quit the Kerry senior football panel, according to reports. The Irish Examiner have revealed the 28-year-old has been left frus(...)

Cork’s Stephen Cronin tackles  Kerry’s Barry John Keane in last year’s Munster football final. He subsequently broke his leg while playing for his club Nemo Rangers. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Nothing about the Cork-Kerry football rivalry grows stale and there’s something extra fresh at under-21 level right now. For Cork captain Stephen Cro(...)

Kerry U-21 manager Jack O’Connor: “We had the minors for two years and we felt that the next challenge was to try and develop that group.” Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

As losing streaks go few are more currently conspicuous than Kerry’s under-21 footballers. For a county that has won 25 Munster titles and 10 All-Irel(...)

Éamonn Fitzmaurice made the move into management with what appeared to be seamless ease. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

In the litany of minor miracles concocted by Kerry last summer, their Munster final win against Cork has been almost forgotten. It takes a singular(...)

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