Kerry manager Stephen Wallace believes opponents Sligo have a big advantage over them for their All Ireland Junior Football Championship semi-final. Ennis is the venue tomorrow as the Kingdom take on Sligo from 3 in a game which will be live on Radio Kerry. Wallace feels Sligo having Senior manager Pat Flanagan in charge of their Junior team also works in their favour [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/26495/medium/”] Kerry captain Thomas Hickey is also expecting a well prepared Sligo come game time tomorrow [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/26496/medium/”] There’s a host of local Junior football Cup matches this evening, all at 7. In the Barrett Ballymac host Ballydonoghue, St Mary’s welcome Skellig Rangers, St Pat’s entertain Rahilly’s and it’s Annascaul versus Ballyheigue. The Cahill Cup sees Lispole play Castlegregory, Beale face Ballylongford, Moyvane meet St Senan’s and Renard host Sneem/Derrynane. In the McElligott Cup Waterville clash with St Michael’s-Foilmore, Gneeveguilla take on Ardfert, Na Gaeil entertain Castleisland and it’s Mitchels versus Clounmacon. The Molyneaux Cup has Dingle home to Laune Rangers while Kilcummin meet Milltown/Castlemaine. Kilcummin will be home to Glenflesk at 6.15 this evening in the East Kerry Minor Football League. The Lee Strand St.Brendan’s Under 14 Football League Final goes ahead in Ballyseedy this evening at 7 between Mitchels and Churchill.
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