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Kerry Boss Expecting A Higher Level Of Intensity In Croke Park

Jun 22, 2022 13:06 By brendan
Kerry Boss Expecting A Higher Level Of Intensity In Croke Park Kerry Boss Expecting A Higher Level Of Intensity In Croke Park
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Kerry manager Jack O’Connor is expecting a completely different level from Mayo this weekend.

In their first championship match since the end of May, The Kingdom take on Mayo in the All-Ireland quarter final this Sunday in Croke Park.

The last time both sides met was in the League final in April as Kerry ran out winners by 3-19 to 0-13. Kerry also won the other league meeting between the sides this year by 1-12 to 0-14.

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Speaking with Radio Kerrys Tim Moynihan, the Kerry boss spoke about trying to maintain the championship intensity in training…

The match will be the second match of an All-Ireland quarter-final double-header at Croke Park on Sunday, following the meeting between Galway and Armagh at 1.45pm.

Kerry Vs Mayo will be live on Radio Kerry with thanks to McElligotts Listowel Road Tralee.
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