Crokes are top of Credit Union County Senior Football League Division 1 after a 2-11 to 1-2 win over Dingle. Waterville are within 3 points of the top after defeating St.Michael’s-Foilmore 1-10 to 8 points. Finuge moved 4 points clear of the relegation zone with a 2-6 to 10 points win over Rathmore. Listowel stay in the drop zone despite their 3-10 to 1-10 defeat of Rahilly’s. It’s 9 wins in a row for Legion in Division 2 thanks to a 16 points to 4 victory over Mitchels. Spa beat Listry 3-15 to 11 points. Templenoe are 3 points clear at the top of Division 3 after a 2-15 to 2-8 win against Scartaglin. Keel are out of the relegation zone after drawing with Annascaul 11 points to 1-8. Ardfert beat Lispole 1-12 to 2-3 to move 2 points above the drop zone. Castlegregory are joint third in Division 4 after receiving a walkover from Ballyduff. They are level on points with Beaufort, who lost 15 points to 1-10 to Cordal. Churchill defeated Knocknagoshel 2-9 to 11 points. St.Senan’s are top of Division 5 following a 1-15 to 5 points win against Laune Rangers. Duagh are third after beating Sneem/Derrynane 3-10 to 2-8. Stacks will go top of Division 1 if they beat Kilcummin this afternoon. Kilcummin will go joint top with a win. Milltown/Castlemaine will be 4 points clear of the relegation zone if they defeat bottom side Currow. Both games are at 2. It’s 2nd against 3rd in Division 2 as Castleisland host Glenbeigh-Glencar. Basement side St.Pat’s are home to Laune Rangers, who can move out of the drop zone. Both games are at 2. 2nd takes on 3rd in Division 3 as St.Mary’s entertain Glenflesk from 2. Ballymac and An Ghaeltacht, both of whom have just Scartaglin below them, clash at 3.30. Dromid against Brosna is at 2. The sole game in Division 4 sees Fossa home to Cromane from 4. Renard will go within 2 points of the top in Division 5 if they win at Valentia in a 1 o’clock start. Moyvane versus Tuosist is at 2. Cork are through to the TG4 All Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship semi final with a 1-16 to 9 points win over Mayo. In the preliminary round of the County Under 16 Football Championship at noon East Kerry take on Tralee at Lewis Road. There are two games today in the Trophyworld North Kerry Ladies Under 14 Football League. In Division 1 Listowel are home to Currow while Division 3 sees Dingle host Castlegregory. Both games are at 7. County Senior Hurling League Division 1 at 2 o’clock today has Ballyduff home to Causeway. Ireland’s National Mens Aussie Rules Team are still on track to become the first team to win back to back AFL International Cup titles following a come from behind win in their final pool game against Nauru. The Blu Marine Irish Warriors won 66-39 with Kerry’s Padraig Lucey scoring 5 goals and Mike Finn 1. Ireland will play South Africa in the Semi-final on Tuesday. In the Women’s tournament the Irish Banshees remain on course for a place in the Grand Final following a 60 points to 6 win over USA Freedom.
Pádraig Garvey of Republican Sinn Féin explained to Jerry why they are staging protests tomorrow against Prince Charles and Camilla’s visit. http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/RSF.MP3