Gaelic games update

Mary Herlihy returns to the Kerry team for Saturday`s Ladies Munster under 14 football final. She missed the semi-final victory over Waterford through injury, but is back in time to face old rivals Cork. Kerry Coach Paudie Breen has made a number of changes to the side from their last 4 victory. Charleville hosts Saturday`s final. Patrons should note the earlier starting time of 2.30.Rathmore advanced to the East Kerry Junior Football League Division One final with a 2-10 to 1-9 win against Gneeveguilla. Rathmore had by far the better of the opening half, leading 1-6 to 2 points at the break, with Daniel O Sullivan the goal scorer, while Damien Casey registered 4 pointed frees. Upon the resumption Michael Kelleher goaled from the penalty spot to put Rathmore further ahead. Gneeveguilla then rallied, and an Eric Murphy goal, plus points by Matthew O`Connor and Aidan Donnelly left just a goal between the sides entering the final 1/4. But gneeveguilla always looked the likely winners, and so it proved to be. They will meet crokes in the final.The semi-final line-up for Division 4 of the North Kerry McCarthy`s Insurance Broker`s Junior Football League is now known. Asdee b’s 10 points to 1-4 victory over Knockanure means they will face Brosna in the last 4 while finuge are paired with Clounmacon ‘B’. In round 4 of the credit union county senior hurling league division 2 Kenmare, Ballyheigue Causeway beat Dr.Crokes 3-6 to 5 points. Kilgarvan received a walkover from St.Brendans. Ladies Walk versus Kilmoyley was off. Laune Rangers recorded an emphatic victory in the Killorglin Credit Union sponsored Mid Kerry under 16 football final, beating Beaufort by 6-13 to 6 points. Spa and Dr.Crokes claimed wins in East Kerry Board Na Nog under 14 division one, Spa beating Firies 4-18 to 2-10 while Crokes were 4-11 to 2-13 winners over Rathmore. The Kilmurry Challenge Cup was won by the Kilmurry school team, scoring 3 goals 11 points to1 goal and four points for the married women.