Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne this afternoon bid to secure a place in the Hogan Cup Final. In the last four at 3.15 they go up against St.Gerald’s College of Castlebar in McDonagh Park in Nenagh in a game which will be live on Radio Kerry. Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/20542/medium/”] The other semi-final between St.Patrick’s Maghera of Derry and Dublin’s Colaiste Eoin is on at 2 today. Liebherr today play their All–Ireland Inter Firm Football Final. They face Burnside from Carlow at 2 o’clock in Lewis Road. Two games take place today in County Senior Football League Division 4. Ballyduff host Churchill while Castlegregory entertain Cromane. In Division 4 of the Minors Ballymacelligott are home to Na Gaeil. Division 5 sees St.Pat’s Blennerville play Brosna/Knocknagoshel. All games at 5. Cillard are away to Ballyagran at 2 today in the Limerick Under 16 Camogie League. The annual Gary Scollard Memorial under 15 inter county hurling tournament will take place on this Saturday, 28th March at the I.T. Tralee pitch, commencing at 12 noon. This tournament commemorates the former Kerry and Austin Stack’s dual player, Gary Scollard. Teams taking part are Kerry, Limerick ‘B’ and West Tipperary. A 21 strong Kerry panel has been preparing for this competition under manager Jerome O’Sullivan (Crotta) and selectors Con O’Keeffe (Lixnaw), Mike O’Keeffe (South Kerry) and Kevin O’Mahony (Ballyheigue). Team captain is Padraig O’Mahony (St. Brendan’s). The order of games is: West Tipperary v Limerick ‘B at 12 noon Kerry v West Tipperary at 1.20p.m. Kerry v Limerick ‘B’ at 2.40p.m. The Scor na Bpaisti semi-finals for the South of the County go ahead today. They’re on at 4 in Foilmore for East Kerry, Mid Kerry, Kenmare District and South Kerry. The first of the County Semi Finals of Scor Na bPaisti took place at a packed Muire Gan Smal, Presentation Primary Castleisland last evening with two from each category selected to go through to the County Finals on Sunday April 13th in the Tintean Theatre, Ballybunion. Five Districts Boards took place; North Kerry Football, North Kerry Hurling, Tralee/St. Brendans, Castleisland District and West Kerry. The following were the qualifiers on the night; Figure Dancing Ballymacelligott, Castleisland District & Causeway, North Kerry Hurling. Solo Singing Tralee/St.Brendans, Grainne Raghat, Ardfert and Ballymacelligott, Laura Daly, Castleisland District. Recitation Ballymacelligott, Niamh Rahilly, Castleisland District and Ballydonoghue, North Kerry Football, Jack O Sullivan, Ballydonoghue. Instrumental Music Currow, Castleisland District and Ballydonoghue, North Kerry Football. Leiriu Na Gaeil, Tralee/ St. Brendans and Knocknagoshel, Castleisland District. Ballad Group Ballyduff, North Kerry Hurling and St. Senans, North Kerry Football. Set Dancing Causeway, North Kerry Hurling and Currow, Castleisland District. The Dublin footballers have recalled the likes of Paul Flynn, Diarmuid Connolly and Rory O’Carroll as they prepare to play host to Mayo in their Division 1 clash in the Allianz National League. Mayo manager James Horan has also recalled two of the players that featured in last year’s All-Ireland final as corner-back Tom Cunniffe and Andy Moran both start at Croke Park. In Division 2 this evening, Meath will play host to Down at Pairc Tailteann in Navan, with Graham Reilly back in the Royals side. There’s also one game in Division 3 as Cavan host Roscommon at Kingspan Breffni Park. All three of those matches will throw-in at 7pm.