McGeeney To Stay On For Another Year

Aug 4, 2021 10:08 By radiokerrysport
McGeeney To Stay On For Another Year McGeeney To Stay On For Another Year
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Kieran McGeeney will stay in charge of Armagh's senior football team for next season.

The one-year extension will bring the former All-Ireland winning captain's tenure with his home county to eight seasons.

McGeeney's side exited the Championship this summer at the hands of Monaghan in the Ulster semis.


Cork defender Niall O'Leary faces a race to be fit for Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling semi-final against Kilkenny.

The corner-back picked up a leg injury in the Rebel's win against Dublin last weekend.

Luke Meade and Conor Cahalane both look set to be fit for Kieran Kingston's side.


There was plenty of GAA action around the county last night,

Mid Kerry Junior League play off game Miltown/Castlemaine 2-13 Beaufort 0-12

Miltown/Castlemaine now play Laune Rangers Tues 10th Aug. Time & Venue to be confirmed


East Region Coiste na nOg U15 League - Sponsored by M.D O Shea Killarney

Kilcummin B 2.08(14) Kenmare B 1.13(16)

Fixtures Wednesday 4th at 7.30pm, First named team at Home
Spa V Listry-Keel
Kilcummin V Killarney Legion
Rathmore v Firies
Beaufort V Currow
Cordal-Scartaglin V Dr Crokes - Venue Cordal


Lee Strand Coiste na nÓg County Under 13 Hurling League

Ballyduff 8 - 5 Ballyheigue 3 - 5
St. Brendan's 3 - 10 Lixnaw 1 - 5
Causeway defeated Rathmore

Ladies Football - U12 County League Rd 2
Div 1
Scartaglen 3-10 v Cromane 3-02
Div 4
Rathmore 5-04 v Ballyduff 4-02
Beaufort 5-13 v Na Gaeil 3-11
Div 5
ISG 1-11 v Currow - 2-02
Legion B 4-10 v Duagh 1-03
Div 6
Laune Rangers 1-11 v Beale 4-11
Division 5 Minor County League back game
Glenflesk 1-06 V Churchill 8-06

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