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Eoin Liston: Twin terrors of James O'Donoghue and Paul Geaney key to Kingdom title tilt - Independent.ie

As I left Fitzgerald Stadium yesterday, someone reminded me that it was 1979 the last time Kerry completed five Munster titles in a row when they also beat Cork. And this was the also the biggest final win in Killarney over our fierce rivals since 1982 ...and more »

Masterful Kerry brush Cork aside in Munster final - RTE.ie

Kerry made it five Munster SFC titles in a row after encountering little resistance from arch rivals Cork in front of 31,836 in Killarney as they romped to an 11-point victory. The Kingdom were on top throughout and cruised to victory with ten ...and more »

Kerry stick to the ritual by brushing aside Cork - Irish Times

Kerry 1-23 Cork 0-15. We should remember that the cloud-busting memories of the Cork-Kerry Munster football finals are as much about ritual as what happens on the field. This was Kerry's 79th title and their fifth in a row. They have always had the ...and more »

Kerry 1-23 v Cork 0-15: As it happened from the Munster football final - Irish Mirror

Much of the talk prior to this fixture will surround the current form of the Cork senior footballers, but when the Rebels take on Kerry in a Munster SFC Final, it's always met with certain intrigue. Between them, both counties have collected the last ...and more »

Cork v Kerry - the Croke Park rivalry: 2008 - RTE.ie

Cork and Kerry meet in Sunday's Munster Football Final, their 29th meeting since the qualifiers were introduced in 2001. Kerry's 16 wins puts them in the ascendancy and they have never tasted defeat when the sides have clashed in Croke Park. Declan ...and more »

Kerry's Paul Murphy says the Cork rivalry is a as fierce as ever - Irish Mirror

Coming from Rathmore, Paul Murphy is more attuned to the Kerry-Cork rivalry than most. The 25-year-old has maintained the club's ongoing link to the Kerry team over the past couple of decades, following on from Declan O'Keeffe, Tom O'Sullivan and Aidan ...and more »

Eamonn Fitzmaurice praises fit again James O'Donoghue after Kerry's Munster final win - The Irish Sun

EAMONN FITZMAURICE hailed James O'Donoghue as Kerry strengthened their grip on the Munster Championship. Since taking the reins from Jack O'Connor, the Lixnaw man has not lost a game in the provincial competition. James O'Donoghue was at his best as ...and more »

'I didn't sleep great that night' - Kerry star Murphy bouncing back from Dublin error - Independent.ie

On paper at least, it looked like a decent result. Over St Patrick's weekend in the league, Kerry drew with a Dublin side that had proved an unsolvable puzzle over them for the last couple of years. The result halted a run of four consecutive defeats ...and more »

Éamonn Fitzmaurice ready to bring Kerry to a higher level - Irish Times

Nature abhors a vacuum and all that. And so does the Kerry forward line. As Colm Cooper watched on, he would have been the first to shrug in recognition. Things move on fast. Kieran Donaghy, his old partner in crime, had a fine old time at full forward ...and more »

Kerry ace Paul Murphy admits playing inter-county football is becoming 'unsustainable' - The Irish Sun

LIFE as an inter-county footballer has left Kerry ace Paul Murphy with some regrets. The Rathmore man turns 26 next month and often thinks of the sacrifices he has had to make to wear the famous green and gold. Paul Murphy admits playing inter-county ...and more »