Corn Ui Mhuiri final: three-in-a-row for Dingle boys
Eamonn Fitzmaurice managed Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne to their third Corn Ui Mhuiri (Munster PP Schools SF) title on the trot against De La Salle, Macroom at Killarney's Lewis Road today.
Ricey: Kingdom in last-chance saloon
A defeat to Tyrone on Sunday would spell trouble for Kerry's Division One status according to Ryan McMenamin.
O'Shea tipped for Crokes return
Former Kerry manager Pat O'Shea is favourite to take over as manager of Dr Crokes.
Fitzmaurice wants black card loophole closed
Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice believes that more players will go to ground when tackled in order to see black card's handed out to their opponents.
O'Se ready for under-21 charge
Kerry under-21 manager Darragh O'Se feels that this side have prepared very well for the Munster championship clash against Cork next Wednesday.
Cloch le Carn remember Paidi
On the 15th of December 2012, Ireland lost one of its most passionate, colourful and recognisable sporting icons when Páidí Ó Sé died suddenly at the age of 57 at his home in Ceann Trá, West Kerry.
I'll be back - Cooper
Colm Cooper has vowed to bounce back in 2015.
Kerry Ladies updates
Kerry made home advantage count on Sunday, defeating Cork in the Tesco HomeGrown National League fourth round in Dingle all part of the Kerry Ladies Spring Series.
Dr Crokes part company with management duo
Dr Crokes' joint-managers Noel O'Leary and Vince Casey have been forced to step down in the wake of last month's All-Ireland club SFC semi-final loss to Castlebar Mitchel's.
Fitzmaurice: we're staring down the barrel again
Eamonn Fitzmaurice admits Kerry are facing a battle to retain their top-flight status after Mayo inflicted a third straight defeat on them yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"We did think about Cormac at our mass today and we thought about him in the changing rooms. He was very much in our minds."
FL1: Mayo finish strongly to see off Kingdom
Alan Freeman kicked four of the last five points as Mayo claimed their first league victory before a crowd of 8,693 at Elvery's MacHale Park.
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Twelve matches went down for decision in the national football league this afternoon.
We're not out of contention yet, Fitzmaurice insists
Eamonn Fitzmaurice believes victory over Mayo tomorrow will turn Kerry's Allianz Football League campaign around.
Casey handed Kerry captaincy on first league start
Daithí Casey makes his first league start as one of five changes by Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice for Sunday's must win Allianz NFL Division 1 Round 3 tie versus Mayo in Castlebar.
Three changes for Mayo
Brendan Harrison, Alan Freeman and Michael Conroy all come into the Mayo team for Sunday's clash with Kerry.
Performance pleases O'Connell
Kerry selector Tom O'Connell was delighted with his side's performance against Kildare.
Fitzmaurice: we need points on the board
Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice has admitted that there is urgency now in getting points on the board.
Galvin urges players to step up
Retired Kerry footballer Paul Galvin believes that people Kingdom supporters shouldn't be as down in the dumps as they are over Colm Cooper's injury.
Buckley laments Gooch loss
Johnny Buckley agrees with the sentiment that Colm Cooper's cruciate injury is 'like a death in the family'.
Fitzmaurice adopts cautious approach on O'Sullivan fitness
Despite their escalating injury crisis, Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice is not prepared to gamble on Darran O'Sullivan's fitness ahead of Sunday's Division 1 tie against Mayo.
Club players of the provincial championships named
AIB, sponsor of both the GAA and Camogie Club Championships, today honoured eleven club players from Camogie, Hurling and Football at #TheToughest club player awards.
Geaney: semi-final win gave us belief
Paul Geaney says UCC knew they could win the Sigerson Cup final after beating Maynooth with 13 men.
Pic: it's a tough life in Australia for Tommy Walsh
You have to feel sorry for Kerry's Tommy Walsh in Australia, it's hard to know how he copes with so much sun and opportunities to meet stars like Modern Family's Sofia Vergara.
Kerry Ladies Football News
Kerry ladies face Cork in what will be a Munster Champions v All Ireland Champions in the next round of the Tesco Home Grown National League series.
Fitzmaurice: Gooch will be back
Eamonn Fitzmaurice says Colm Cooper has the mental strength to bounce back from his season-ending knee injury.
No Galvin rethink
Cycling is one of the many reasons why Paul Galvin won't be reconsidering his intercounty retirement.
Ideal team bonding on Inishturk Island
The wider GAA community may not be familiar with our small club situated off the west Mayo coast.
Crokes contingent return for Kerry
Kerry's battle to retain their Allianz Football League Division 1 status has been boosted by the return of their Dr Crokes contingent ahead of Sunday's clash with Mayo.
HL top scorers: Donegal's Henderson leads the way
The top scorer after two rounds of the Allianz hurling league is Donegal's Lee Henderson.
HL2A: Kingdom crush Lilies
Kerry made it two wins from as many outings in the HL Division 2A when finishing with 17 points to spare over Kildare.
Over 1,000 footballers in Páidí Ó Sé tournament
Over 1,000 Gaelic footballers came from Ireland, Europe and the USA to compete in the 25th anniversary of the PhoneWatch Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó Sé 2014 this weekend.
HL2A/2B/3A round-up: Kerry march on
Kerry, Carlow and Derry were today's winners in Division 2A of the national hurling league.
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
The weekend action continued this afternoon as for the second week running, we had a full round of Allianz NHL matches for you to follow.