Kerry Ladies Chase Munster Glory

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A second win of the season over Cork will today see Kerry crowned Ladies Munster Senior Football champions. The Kingdom last month beat the All-Ireland champions in the round robin series. Kerry manager William O’Sullivan expects another tight tussle [audio_player src=””] We’ll have more from William O’Sullivan on our Weekend Sports Show at 2. This afternoon Kerry are away to Cork, in Castletownroche at 3.45. A double header in Dingle this evening gets Round 3 of the Garveys SuperValu County Senior Football Championship underway. The home side take on Feale Rangers at 5:15, with West Kerry against St Kierans to follow from 7. Former Kerry captains Ambrose O’Donovan and Billy O’Shea were on Radio Kerry earlier to preview all the Championship games this weekend [audio_player src=””] Kerry will be away to Carlow this afternoon in Round Three of the All-Ireland Under 16 Camogie Championship. The game goes ahead at 2. The second-round of All Ireland football qualifiers will be completed this evening with the winners advancing to Monday’s 3rd and 4th round draw. The opening game of the day is at 5 o’clock in Carrick-on-Shannon where Leitrim will seek to bounce-back from their Connacht semi-final replay defeat to London as they play host to Armagh. There’s three more qualifiers that will throw-in at 7pm. Kildare welcome back midfielder Padraig O’Neill for their all-Leinster clash with Louth while Longford and Wexford will meet in the championship for the third time in just over a year. The other qualifier is at Kingspan Breffni Park, where Cavan and Fermanagh will meet for the second time this summer with Fermanagh looking to avenge their 2-point defeat in their Ulster quarter-final. In the hurling, All Ireland champions Kilkenny are involved in a qualifer double-header at Semple Stadium. After their win over Tipperary last weekend, the Cats will now go up against Waterford for a place in the All Ireland quarter-finals. That game will throw-in at 7 o’clock while the opening game of the double-header in Thurles will see an unchanged Clare side take-on Wexford from 5. Causeway and Dromid are to meet in the Ladies County Junior C Football Championship Final. In the last four Causeway overcame Moyvane 6-16 to 6 points while Dromid had a 3-18 to 6 points win over Mitchels. Glenbeigh Glencar have won through to Mid Kerry Football’s O’Sullivan Cup Final thanks to a 1-10 to 12 points victory over Cromane. The Dublin footballers are unchanged ahead of tomorrow’s Leinster Senior Football Final against Meath. Dubs manager Jim Gavin has unsurprisingly kept faith with the side that destroyed Kildare in their Provincial semi-final. Gavin hasn’t revealed his substitutes so there’s no indication if Alan Brogan will be fit-enough to start on the bench.