Donegal Captain Says Kerry “Massive Proposition”

TITLEGOESHERE | Radio Kerry | 96-98FM | Your Voice in The Kingdom

Donegal captain Michael Murphy believes taking on Kerry in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final will be a massive proposition. Despite Donegal’s win over defending champions Dublin in the last four at the weekend Murphy feels it’s they who will be underdogs on September 21st. Murphy says Kerry are the standard bearers [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/27699/medium/”] Donegal’s Ryan McHugh is also talking up the Kingdom [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/27700/medium/”] The usual pre All Ireland Final Kerry Supporters Open Day will take place in the Fitzgerald Stadium on this coming Saturday commencing at 1 o’clock. This is a chance for supporters to meet the players and get autographs and photos taken. This is the only chance for Supporters to meet the players ahead of the final. Gates open from 12:30. Tipperary have questions over the fitness of defender Michael Cahill ahead of Sunday’s All Ireland Hurling final. The Thurles Sarsfields man played only a cameo in the semi final win over Cork, having missed the quarter final victory over Dublin with a knee injury. Cahill is said to have suffered a setback in his recovery and is now a major doubt to make Eamon O’Shea’s starting fifteen.

SHARE