David and Paudie Clifford were the main attractions in Castlegregory yesterday with throngs of locals and holidaymakers alike turning up to watch the All-Ireland winning Kerry brothers in club action.
Matching his 1-9 tally against Listowel Emmets in the first round, David fired in an early second-half penalty, while Paudie lined out at centre-back, as Fossa comfortably saw off Castlegregory by 2-15 to 0-10 to qualify for the Kerry junior premier quarter-finals with a game to spare.
The King 🤴 David Clifford in beautiful Castlegregory today with Fossa. Unreal setting and many excited kids and grown ups holidaying in West Kerry met saw the best footballer in Ireland up close @Castlegregorgaa @FossaGaa @Kerry_Official #Davidclifford #Kerry #Castlegregory pic.twitter.com/hQ2WsZg9Wn— Feirtèir 💚💛 (@NFeirteir) August 14, 2022
The David Clifford effect here in Castlegregory as Fossa play Castlegregory in a junior football championship match. pic.twitter.com/ko5RsUAGey— Sean Mac Donnchadha (@seanmac67) August 14, 2022
Meanwhile, in the club SFC, six-time winners Dr Crokes face the threat of relegation once again following their narrow 0-10 to 1-6 loss away to Templenoe last Saturday.
Templenoe, who boast All-Ireland winners Killian and Adrian Spillane, Gavin Crowley and Tadhg Morley, are through to the semi-finals.
There was also a minimum margin victory for Austin Stacks against Tralee rivals Kerin's O'Rahilly's, 1-15 to 1-14.
In the other group, top-of-the-table Spa shared the spoils with Kenmare Shamrocks (0-16 to 1-13) and Dingle edged out Na Gaeil by 1-10 to 2-6.Tweet