Kerry & Cork Kept Apart In Munster Football Draw

Kerry & Cork have been kept apart in the draw for the Munster Senior Football Championship. The Kingdom are to meet Clare or Limerick in the last four while Cork are to take on Tipperary or Waterford. Dublin will start their Leinster title defence against Laois or Wicklow, with arch-rivals Meath also in the same half of the draw. In Connacht, Mayo will face London in the quarter-finals, with Galway awaiting the winners. In Ulster, Donegal will face the winners of the preliminary round meeting between Fermanagh and Antrim while Derry and Tyrone have been drawn in one of the quarter-finals on the opposite side of the draw. All Ireland finalists Kilkenny and Galway have been kept on opposite sides of the Leinster Hurling Championship draw. Galway face the Round Robin winner, one of Kerry, Offaly, Westmeath and Carlow. The Round Robin runners-up face Laois while Kilkenny will start against Dublin or Wexford. In Munster Tipperary and Cork will go head-to-head in the first-round, with the winners playing Limerick in the last four. Clare will face Waterford in the other semi. IT Tralee went down to UL 3-18 to 1-12 in Fresher Hurling League Division 2. IT Tralee have beaten CIT 1-14 to 8 points in Senior Football League Division 1. At noon today in the Kerry Ladies Post Primary First Year Football League Gaelcholaiste Tra Li meet Pobail Scoil Chorca Dhuibhne in Na Gaeil. Abbeydorney is the venue this evening as the Abbeydorney Ballyheigue combination take on Causeway in the RQF North Kerry Under 21 Hurling semi-final. Throw-in is at 8.