Kerry V Cork Today For Munster Football Honours

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Cork once again stand stand in the way of Kerry and Munster Senior Football Championship glory. The old rivals face off in Killarney at 2 today in this year’s decider. Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/42279/medium/”] Kerry also contest the Minor Final. Tipp are their opponents in this one, at midday. Here’s Kingdom boss Jack O’Connor on Tipperary [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/42280/medium/”] There’s one football qualifier this afternoon as Fermanagh welcome Antrim to Brewster Park at 3pm. The fixture is a repeat of May’s Ulster quarter-final which saw Fermanagh run out 8-point winners. In hurling, Galway and Kilkenny renew acquaintances as they square-off for the Bob O’Keeffe Cup this afternoon. This fixture in 2012 will bring back happy memories for Galway fans as they ran out 10-point winners against Brian Cody’s men. The Cats have claimed two All-Ireland titles since then, though, and come into this game on the back of a 24-point win against Wexford. However, Galway are also in form this summer – their replay against Dublin went their way on a 13-point margin. Former Kilkenny player Michael Walsh says that Galway are a different animal this year [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/42281/medium/”] 4pm is the start-time and it’s preceded by the Leinster minor hurling final – Dublin take on Kilkenny in that one. There’s also one hurling qualifier match this afternoon as Limerick travel to Mullingar to take on Westmeath at 2. Rahillys have beaten Kilcummin/Rathmore 1-11 to 10 points in the County Under 21 Football Championship. Waterville overcame Milltown/Castlemaine 1-14 to 12 points in County Senior Football League Division 1. Kerry are away to Carlow today in the All-Ireland Junior A Camogie Championship, at 2.30.

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