The GAA yesterday revealed the programme for the return of intercounty games in both codes.
The Kerry Senior footballers and hurlers will be back in training soon and preparing for opening league games in early May.
Speaking earlier, Kerry GAA Chairman Tim Murphy has revealed some club plans. He said that if government allow, the plan is to start County Leagues in June and training would resume from mid-May.
Tim also confirmed that remaining games in the county Intermediate and Junior Premier championships wont be played until Kerry have exited the All Ireland series.
Tim added that the GAA are awaiting government advice regarding the Minor championship being allowed to return, with Kerry due to face Roscommon in the semi final.