Munster SFC Final Replay – Kerry 1-11 Cork 1-6

Kerry defeated Cork by 1-11 to 1-6 in the Munster Senior Football Championship Replay on Saturday July 18th at Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney.





Munster SFC Final: Kingdom see off Rebels again

MUNSTER SFC FINAL REPLAY: KERRY 1-11 CORK 1-6

Report from GAA.ie

Paul Geaney’s goal with 20 minutes to go was the key score as Kerry defeated Cork to win their 77th Munster title in the Munster SFC Final replay on Saturday night in Killarney.

On a wet, dark evening at Fitzgerald Stadium, Kerry ground down a competitive Cork side in a match that was not conducive to a good game of football.

There was just a point between them at the break, Kerry leading by one, and the sides were level with 20 minutes to go when a quick thinking Colm Cooper set up Geaney for the vital goal.

Cooper took a quick free into Donnchadh Walsh, Walsh’s shot broke to Geaney and Geaney rattled home to the net. That put Kerry three ahead, and Cork didn’t actually score again as Kerry hit the final two points of the game in a dour closing quarter to win by five.

Kerry had Stephen O’Brien sent off late on, but it mattered little as the Kingdom were very comfortable at the end. Cork only scored two points in the entire second half, and overall, Kerry were much improved from their below par display in the drawn game two weeks ago. Kerry led by a point at half-time after a first half that struggled to get going in light of the poor weather conditions, with wind and rain prevailing in Killarney.

The sides shared the first four points, Colm O’Neill and Donncha O’Connor slotting frees for Cork either side of Kerry points from Walsh and Bryan Sheehan (free). Sheehan’s freetaking, as ever, was a joy to behold in the first half as he hit five placed balls between the posts. His second followed two smart breakaway Kerry points from Geaney and that left a sharp looking Kingdom 0-5 to 0-2 ahead after 14 minutes.

Cork responded quickly with points from O’Neill and Brian O’Driscoll, but two frees from Sheehan – including an absolute stunner from 60 metres – left Kerry 0-7 to 0-4 ahead with five minutes left to the break. Then came the Cork goal. The Rebels held possession intelligently in the middle third before a sharp ball inside found O’Neill. In an instant, O’Neill released to the onrushing Paul Kerrigan, and the Nemo Rangers flyer brushed off the attention of two diving Kerry defenders to lash past Brendan Kealy into the roof of the net.

Cork dominated the closing minutes of the first half after the goal and they had their chances to go ahead. However, Kerry completed the first half scoring with another Sheehan free. Cork drew level early in the second half through Colm O’Neill, but Jonathan Lyne restored Kerry’s lead shortly afterwards. Cooper came on 10 minutes into the second half but Cork levelled immediately after the eight-time All Star’s arrival, Kevin O’Driscoll landing a superb point.

However, on 50 minutes came the vital Kerry goal. David Moran’s long punt forward resulted in a scoreable free for Kerry, which Cooper held, seemingly set to shoot for a point. Then, in a moment not entirely unlike Mikey Sheehy’s 1978 stroke of genius against Dublin, Cooper took the free quickly and found Walsh.

Walsh was clean through on Ken O’Halloran and he fired at goal. The shot ricocheted into the arms of Geaney, who showed great composure to put the ball past Michael Shields, who was trying to block on the line. Cork never recovered from this concession. Although Sheehan and Geaney were withdrawn before the end, Kerry found two points to extend their lead, with James O’Donoghue landing his only score of the game to leave them five clear with just five minutes to go. O’Donoghue had been superbly marshalled by James Loughrey throughout.
Paul Galvin’s entrance as a substitute before the end provided the biggest cheer of the day for Kerry, the Finuge man making his first appearance since ending his retirement in March.

Things ended somewhat sourly for Kerry with the dismissal of O’Brien, but the prevailing feeling for the Kingdom at the end was probably relief. They can now look forward to the All-Ireland quarter-finals in a few weeks, whereas Cork must beat Kildare in Round 4A next weekend to seal a place in the last eight.

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Scorers for Kerry: P Geaney 1-3 (1f), B Sheehan 0-5 (5f), D Walsh 0-1, J Lyne 0-1, J O’Donoghue 0-1

Scorers for Cork: P Kerrigan 1-0, C O’Neill 0-3 (2f), D O’Connor 0-1 (1f), Brian O’Driscoll 0-1, K O’Driscoll 0-1

KERRY: Brendan Kealy; Marc Ó Sé, Aidan O’Mahony, Shane Enright; Jonathan Lyne, Killian Young, Paul Murphy; Anthony Maher, David Moran; Johnny Buckley, Bryan Sheehan, Donnchadh Walsh; Paul Geaney, Kieran Donaghy, James O’Donoghue
Subs: Colm Cooper for K Donaghy (45), Steven O’Brien for B Sheehan (58), Barry John Keane for P Geaney (62), Paul Galvin for D Walsh (66), Peter Crowley for Killian Young (69).

CORK: Ken O’Halloran; Michael Shields, Jamie O’Sullivan, James Loughrey; Barry O’Driscoll, Brian O’Driscoll, Stephen Cronin; Alan O’Connor, Paddy Kelly; Paul Kerrigan, Donncha O’Connor, Kevin O’Driscoll; Colm O’Neill, Mark Collins, Brian Hurley
Subs: Fintan Goold for D O’Connor (47), Conor Dorman for K O’Driscoll (54), Daniel Goulding for P Kelly (59), Tomás Clancy for Barry O’Driscoll (66), John Hayes for B Hurley (67).

Referee: Maurice Deegan (Laois)

Attendance: 32,233



Paul Geaney goal helps Kerry claim Munster crown

Kerry 1-11 Cork 1-6

Report from RTE.ie

Colm Cooper came off the bench to set up the crucial score of the game as All-Ireland champions Kerry captured their 77th Munster SFC crown in a replay played in a downpour at Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney.

Cooper dispatched a quick free which led to Paul Geaney finding the net and taking the sting out of the Cork challenge after another good contest. The goal pushed the Kingdom three points in front and Cork never recovered and did not score again after that. Indeed, they managed only two points in the second-half and went scoreless from the 46th minute to the end and will now need to regroup for the qualifiers.

The accuracy of Bryan Sheehan was decisive in Kerry opening up a 0-07 to 0-04 lead after half an hour, but they were rocked when Cork countered and Colm O’Neill set up Paul Kerrigan and he blasted to the net for the seventh goal the Kingdom have conceded in this year’s championship. Sheehan edged the Kingdom back in front just before the interval with his fifth free to lead by 0-08 to 1-04 at the break.
O’Neill had given Cork a good start with the opening point after two minutes before Donnchadh Walsh and Sheehan got the All-Ireland champions ahead.

Donncha O’Connor tied the sides with a free and they were level four times during the opening half as the huge crowd of 32,233 enjoyed the exchanges despite the constant wind and rain. Paul Geaney landed two good points for Kerry but O’Neill and Brian O’Driscoll responded for the Rebels to tie the sides again after 17 minutes.

Three frees in-a-row from Sheehan saw Kerry open up a lead but then O’Neill put Kerrigan through and he shot home a fine goal. O’Neill tied the match four minutes after the restart before wing-back Jonathan Lyne went forward to edge Kerry back in front.

Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice then introduced Colm ‘Gooch’ Cooper for Kieran Donaghy, but it was Cork who levelled when Kevin O’Driscoll landed an excellent effort from 45 metres to tie the sides a sixth time. But then Cooper made an immediate impact, taking a quick free which put Donnchadh Walsh through and while his effort was saved by Ken O’Halloran, the rebound fell to Paul Geaney and he sidestepped Michael Shields to shoot to the net from close range.

That put the Kingdom 1-09 to 1-06 in front with 20 minutes remaining and they expected that lead with efforts from Paul Geaney and James O’Donoghue to lead by five. Kerry drafted in Paul Galvin for his first action in almost two years when he came on for Walsh four minutes from time as Kerry supporters began celebrating the retention of their Munster crown. However, they finished with 14 when Stephen O’Brien picked up a second yellow card in the closing stages

KERRY: B Kealy; M Ó Sé, A O’Mahony, S Enright; J Lyne (0-01), K Young, P Murphy; A Maher, D Moran; J Buckley, B Sheehan (0-05, 0-05f), D Walsh (0-01); P Geaney (1-03, 0-01f), K Donaghy, J O’Donoghue (0-01).
Subs: M Geaney for Buckley (30 mins), C Cooper for Donaghy (45 mins), S O’Brien for Sheehan (58 mins), P Galvin for Walsh (66 mins).

CORK: K O’Halloran; M Shields, J O’Sullivan, J Loughrey; Barry O’Driscoll, Brian O’Driscoll (0-01), S Cronin; A O’Connor, P Kelly; P Kerrigan (1-00), D O’Connor (0-01, 0-01f), K O’Driscoll (0-01); C O’Neill (0-03, 0-02f), M Collins, B Hurley.
Subs: F Goold for D O’Connor (47 mins), D Goulding for Kelly (55 mins), J Hayes for Hurley (67 mins).

Referee: Maurice Deegan (Laois).




Fixture Details

SATURDAY JULY 18TH
MUNSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL REPLAY
Cork v Kerry
Corcaigh v Ciarraí
Venue: Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, 7pm
Referee: Maurice Deegan (Laois)
Extra time if necessary


Live Entertainment Planned ahead of Saturday’s Munster Final Replay

Munster GAA is delighted to announce that there will be two top artists providing pre-match entertainment at the Munster Senior Football Final replay at Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney on Saturday evening next July 18th. The Munster Council is asking supporters attending the replay to arrive early at the grounds.

Stiles will open at 5pm and the entertainment will begin at 5.15pm with the vibrant and energetic traditional Irish musician, Liam O’Connor.

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Liam will be followed at 5.45pm by one of Ireland’s top singer/songwriters, the internationally acclaimed Ryan Sheridan.

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Cork will be on the pitch by 6.30pm and will be followed shortly afterwards by Kerry with throw in at 7pm. Supporters are advised that in order to avoid congestion at the stiles they should plan an early arrival at the stadium and by doing so they can enjoy 2 great musical acts in a relaxed atmosphere.

Tickets for Saturdays game remain on sale through Centra and SuperValu shops and online at gaa.tickets.ie. Remember there is a discount of €5 on all adult tickets purchased before midnight on Friday night July 17th.

So don’t miss out, arrive early and enjoy two of Ireland’s best musical performers followed at 7pm by two of Ireland’s best Gaelic Football teams in Kerry and Cork.


Ticket Information

MUNSTER GAA PRESS RELEASE – DETAILS FOR MUNSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL FINAL REPLAY

The Munster Senior Football Final Replay between Cork and Kerry will take place at 7pm on Saturday July 18th at Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney. The game will be televised live by RTE.

All ticket prices for the replay will be reduced by €5 for tickets purchased up to midnight on Friday July 17th. Tickets purchased on the day of the game will be charged at full price.

In the interests of ease of access, comfort and safety, Munster GAA requests all patrons to:
1) Purchase their tickets in advance
2) Arrive at the grounds 1 hour before throw-in time

The ticket prices are as follows –

Adult Terrace: €20 (if purchased in advance); €25 if purchased on match day
Blue and Green Terrace: Adults Only
Red Terrace Family Area: Adults €20, Juveniles €5 (if purchased in advance); €25 for adults if purchased on match day
Students & OAP’s can buy full price Adult tickets and receive concession of €10 at designated turnstiles on the day.
Stand tickets (€30) are being allocated to the two participating County Boards and Season Ticket holders

Terrace Tickets are available now via Centra, Supervalu and tickets.ie

Click here to buy tickets online



Team News

Kerry Senior Football Team V Cork Munster Final Replay 2015

The Kerry Senior Football Team to play Cork in the Munster Senior Football Championship Final Replay in Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney on Saturday evening (7pm) shows 4 changes in personnel from the side that did duty in the drawn encounter between the sides.

Aidan O’Mahony comes into the full back line in place of Fionn Fitzgerald; Paul Murphy returns after injury in the half back line instead of Peter Crowley; Anthony Maher is named in midfield with Bryan Sheehan moving to the half forward line instead of Stephen O’Brien and in the full forward line, Paul Geaney comes in for Barry John Keane.

The substitutes list is notable for the return of Paul Galvin to the match day squad.

The team, captained by Kieran Donaghy is as follows:
1. Brendan Kealy Kilcummin
2. Marc Ó Sé An Ghaeltacht
3. Aidan O’Mahony Rathmore
4. Shane Enright Tarbert
5. Jonathan Lyne Killarney Legion
6. Killian Young Renard
7. Paul Murphy Rathmore
8. Anthony Maher Duagh
9. David Moran Kerins O’Rahillys
10. Johnny Buckley Dr Crokes
11. Bryan Sheehan St Marys
12. Donnchadh Walsh Cromane
13. Paul Geaney Dingle
14. Kieran Donaghy (C) Austin Stacks
15. James O’Donoghue Killarney Legion
Fir Ionaid
16. Brian Kelly Killarney Legion
17. Colm Cooper Dr Crokes
18. Barry John Keane Kerins O’Rahillys
19. Peter Crowley Laune Rangers
20. Stephen O’Brien Kenmare
21. Fionn Fitzgerald Dr Crokes
22. Michael Geaney Dingle
23. Darran O’Sullivan Glenbeigh-Glencar
24. Tommy Walsh Kerins O’Rahillys
25. Jack Sherwood Firies
26. Paul Galvin Finuge

Cork Senior Football Team to play Kerry

1. Ken O’Halloran (Bishopstown)
2. Michael Shields (St. Finbarr’s) Capt.
3. Eoin Cadogan (Douglas)
4. James Loughrey (Mallow)
5. Barry O’Driscoll (Nemo Rangers)
6. Brian O’Driscoll (Tadhg MacCarthaigh)
7. Stephen Cronin (Nemo Rangers)
8. Alan O’Connor (St. Colum’s)
9. Fintan Goold (Macroom)
10. Paul Kerrigan (Nemo Rangers)
11. Donncha O’Connor (Ballydesmond)
12. Kevin O’Driscoll (Tadhg MacCarthaigh)
13. Colm O’Neill (Ballyclough)
14. Mark Collins (Castlehaven)
15. Brian Hurley (Castlehaven)
Subs:
16. Paddy O’Shea (St. Vincent’s)
17. Jamie O’Sullivan (Bishopstown)
18. Noel Galvin (Ballincollig)
19. Conor Dorman (Bishopstown)
20. Tomás Clancy (Fermoy)
21. Ruairi Deane (Bantry Blues)
22. Patrick Kelly (Ballincollig)
23. John Hayes (Carbery Rangers)
24. Colm O’Driscoll (Tadhg MacCarthaigh)
25. Daniel Goulding (Éire Óg)
26. Donal Óg Hodnett (O’Donovan Rossa)


Referee – Maurice Deegan (Laois)

Standby Referee – Eddie Kinsella (Laois)

Linesman – John Hickey (Carlow)

Sideline Official – Brendan Cawley (Kildare)

Umpires – Kevin O’Brien, Tomás Moore, Sean Langton, Ritchie Oxley (Laois)

Extra Time – 2 periods of 10 minutes each in the event of a draw at full-time

Next Round – the winners qualify for the All-Ireland Quarter-Finals against Westmeath or Fermanagh on weekend of August 1/2/3, the losers qualify for the All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 4A against Kildare on Saturday July 25th.


Ticket Details

Stand – €35 – discounted price of €30 until midnight on Friday July 17th.
Terrace – €25 – discounted price of €20 until midnight on Friday July 17th.
Sideline – €20 – discounted price of €15 until midnight on Friday July 17th.
Student / OAP – pay full or discounted price and get a refund of €10 at specified Stiles on the day (on production of valid Student/OAP I.D.) except for side-line where concession refund is €5.
Juvenile – €5 (Red Terrace only)

Tickets available through clubs, selected SuperValu and Centra outlets and online through gaa.tickets.ie


For the Record

  Cork Kerry
2015 Team Manager Brian Cuthbert Eamonn Fitzmaurice
2014 Championship Performance Defeated Tipperary by 0-16 to 1-11 in Munster Semi-Final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Lost Munster Final to Kerry by 0-24 to 0-12 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Defeated Sligo by 0-21 to 1-11 in Qualifiers Round 4 in Tullamore.

Lost All Ireland Quarter-Final to Mayo by 1-19 to 2-15 at Croke Park

Defeated Clare in Munster Semi-Final at Cusack Park Ennis by 1-17 to 1-14

Defeated Cork by 0-24 to 0-12 in Munster Final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Defeated Galway by 1-20 to 2-10 in All Ireland Quarter-Final in Croke Park.

Drew with Mayo 1-16 each in All Ireland Semi-Final at Croke Park.

Defeated Mayo by 3-16 to 3-13 aet in All Ireland Semi-Final replay in Gaelic Grounds Limerick

Won All Ireland championship defeating Donegal by 2-9 to 0-12 in the final.

Number of Munster Senior Football titles 37 76
Last Munster Senior Football Title 2012 2013
Munster Senior Football Championship Record since 2000 Played – 38
Won – 23
Lost – 10
Drawn – 5
Played – 41
Won – 31
Lost – 5
Drawn – 5
Last 2 meetings in the Munster Senior Football Championship July 5th – Munster Senior Football Final – Cork 3-12 Kerry 2-15

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July 6th 2014 – Munster Senior Football Final – Kerry 0-24 Cork 0-12 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Click for more details

Contact Munster GAA PRO Ger Ryan at pro.munster@gaa.ie for more information


Munster GAA FOOTBALL Senior Championship 2015

Quarter-Finals

Saturday May 23rd

@ Cusack Park Ennis                      Clare 0-15                 Limerick 0-13

Sunday May 31st

@ Semple Stadium, Thurles          Tipperary 1-24         Waterford 0-5

Semi-Finals

Sunday June 14th

@ Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork                    Cork 1-20                  Clare 1-8

@ Semple Stadium, Thurles          Kerry 2-14                 Tipperary 2-8                                              

Final

Sunday July 5th

@ Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney   Cork 2-15                  Kerry 3-12                             Draw

Final Replay

Saturday July 18th

@ Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney               Cork v Kerry                                                7pm


Kerry v Cork
Past Munster Senior Football Championship Meetings

Year Stage Kerry Cork Venue Notes
1889 Semi Final Kerry 0-1 Cork 0-2 Mallow  
1890 Final Kerry 0-0 Cork 0-0 Markets Field Abandoned
1890 Final Kerry 0-1 Cork 1-4 Banteer  
1891 Semi Final Kerry 0-2 Cork 2-5 Killarney  
1892 Final Kerry 3-6 Cork 0-5 Killarney  
1893 Final Kerry scr Cork w.o Mallow  
1901 Round 1 Kerry 0-6 Cork 0-6 Limerick Draw
1901 Round 1 Kerry 0-6 Cork 0-8 Millstreet Replay
1902 Semi Final Kerry 2-7 Cork 0-3 Millstreet  
1903 Final Kerry 1-7 Cork 0-3 Markets Field  
1904 Semi Final Kerry 1-4 Cork 0-0 Markets Field  
1905 Semi Final Kerry 1-7 Cork 0-5 Cork A G  
1906 Final Kerry 0-3 Cork 1-10 Tipperary  
1907 Semi Final Kerry 1-6 Cork 1-9 Limerick  
1909 Final Kerry 1-7 Cork 2-4 Markets Field Draw
1909 Final Kerry 1-5 Cork 0-6 Cork A G Replay
1910 Final Kerry 0-4 Cork 0-3 Cork A G  
1912 Round 1 Kerry 2-3 Cork 0-1 Tralee  
1913 Final Kerry 1-6 Cork 0-1 Cork A G  
1914 Final Kerry 0-5 Cork 0-1 Tralee  
1920 Semi Final Kerry 2-6 Cork 0-4 Cork A G  
1923 Semi Final Kerry 3-4 Cork 0-3 Cork A G  
1924 Semi Final Kerry 4-3 Cork 2-1 Cork A G  
1925 Semi Final Kerry 3-8 Cork 1-0 Tralee  
1926 Semi Final Kerry 1-9 Cork 2-1 Listowel  
1927 Round 1 Kerry 1-7 Cork 0-1 Cork A G  
1929 Semi Final Kerry 1-7 Cork 1-3 Cork A G  
1934 Round 1 Kerry 2-6 Cork 0-3 Fermoy  
1937 Round 1 Kerry 6-7 Cork 0-4 Killarney  
1938 Final Kerry 4-14 Cork 0-6 Clonakilty  
1942 Final Kerry 3-7 Cork 0-8 Tralee  
1943 Semi Final Kerry 0-9 Cork 2-3 Cork A G Draw
1943 Semi Final Kerry 0-9 Cork 2-5 Cork A G Replay
1945 Final Kerry 1-6 Cork 1-11 Killarney  
1946 Round 1 Kerry 1-8 Cork 1-4 Killarney  
1947 Final Kerry 3-8 Cork 2-6 Cork A G  
1948 Final Kerry 2-9 Cork 2-6 Killarney  
1950 Final Kerry 2-5 Cork 1-5 Cork A G  
1951 Final Kerry 1-6 Cork 0-4 Killarney  
1952 Final Kerry 0-2 Cork 0-11 Cork A G  
1953 Final Kerry 2-7 Cork 2-3 Killarney  
1954 Final Kerry 4-9 Cork 2-3 Cork A G  
1955 Final Kerry 0-14 Cork 2-6 Killarney  
1956 Final Kerry 2-2 Cork 0-8 Cork A G Draw
1956 Final Kerry 1-7 Cork 1-8 Cork A G Replay
1958 Final Kerry 2-7 Cork 0-3 Cork A G  
1959 Final Kerry 2-15 Cork 2-8 Killarney  
1961 Final Kerry 0-10 Cork 1-7 Cork A G Draw
1961 Final Kerry 2-13 Cork 1-4 Killarney Replay
1962 Final Kerry 4-8 Cork 0-4 Cork A G  
1963 Final Kerry 1-18 Cork 3-7 Killarney  
1964 Final Kerry 2-11 Cork 1-8 Cork A G  
1966 Final Kerry 1-7 Cork 2-7 Killarney  
1967 Final Kerry 0-7 Cork 0-8 Cork A G  
1968 Final Kerry 1-21 Cork 3-8 Killarney  
1969 Final Kerry 0-16 Cork 1-4 Cork A G  
1970 Final Kerry 2-22 Cork 2-9 Killarney  
1971 Final Kerry 0-14 Cork 0-25 Cork A G  
1972 Final Kerry 2-21 Cork 2-15 Killarney  
1973 Final Kerry 1-15 Cork 5-12 Cork A G  
1974 Final Kerry 0-7 Cork 1-11 Killarney  
1975 Final Kerry 1-14 Cork 0-7 Killarney  
1976 Final Kerry 0-10 Cork 0-10 P. Ui Chaoimh Draw
1976 Final Kerry 3-20 Cork 2-19 P. Ui Chaoimh Replay
1977 Final Kerry 3-15 Cork 0-9 Killarney  
1978 Final Kerry 3-14 Cork 3-7 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1979 Final Kerry 2-14 Cork 2-4 Killarney  
1980 Final Kerry 3-13 Cork 0-12 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1981 Final Kerry 1-11 Cork 0-3 Killarney  
1982 Final Kerry 0-9 Cork 0-9 P. Ui Chaoimh Draw
1982 Final Kerry 2-18 Cork 0-12 Killarney Replay
1983 Final Kerry 3-9 Cork 3-10 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1984 Final Kerry 3-14 Cork 2-10 Killarney  
1985 Final Kerry 2-11 Cork 2-7 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1986 Final Kerry 0-12 Cork 0-8 Killarney  
1987 Final Kerry 2-7 Cork 1-10 P. Ui Chaoimh Draw
1987 Final Kerry 1-5 Cork 0-13 Killarney Replay
1988 Final Kerry 0-16 Cork 1-14 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1989 Final Kerry 1-9 Cork 1-12 Killarney  
1990 Final Kerry 1-11 Cork 2-23 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1991 Semi Final Kerry 1-10 Cork 0-11 Killarney  
1992 Round 1 Kerry 2-14 Cork 0-10 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1993 Semi Final Kerry 0-10 Cork 1-10 Killarney  
1994 Semi Final Kerry 2-8 Cork 1-13 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1995 Final Kerry 1-9 Cork 0-15 Killarney  
1996 Final Kerry 0-14 Cork 0-11 P. Ui Chaoimh  
1998 Semi Final Kerry 1-14 Cork 1-11 Killarney  
1999 Final Kerry 2-4 Cork 2-10 P. Ui Chaoimh  
2000 Semi Final Kerry 2-15 Cork 1-13 Killarney  
2001 Final Kerry 0-19 Cork 1-13 P. Ui Chaoimh  
2002 Semi Final Kerry 0-8 Cork 0-8 Killarney Draw
2002 Semi Final Kerry 1-9 Cork 0-15 P. Ui Chaoimh Replay
2004 Semi Final Kerry 0-15 Cork 0-7 Killarney  
2005 Final Kerry 1-11 Cork 0-11 P. Ui Chaoimh  
2006 Final Kerry 0-10 Cork 0-10 Killarney Draw
2006 Final Kerry 0-9 Cork 1-12 P. Ui Chaoimh Replay
2007 Final Kerry 1-15 Cork 1-13 Killarney  
2008 Final Kerry 1-11 Cork 1-15 P. Ui Chaoimh  
2009 Semi Final Kerry 0-13 Cork 1-10 Killarney Draw
2009 Semi Final Kerry 0-12 Cork 1-17 P. Ui Chaoimh Replay
2010 Semi Final Kerry 0-15 Cork 0-15 Killarney Draw
2010 Semi Final Kerry 1-15 Cork 1-14 P. Ui Chaoimh Replay
2011 Final Kerry 1-15 Cork 1-12 Killarney  
2012 Semi Final Kerry 0-12 Cork 0-17 P. Ui Chaoimh  
2013 Final Kerry 1-16 Cork 0-17 Killarney  
2014 Final Kerry 0-24 Cork 0-12 P. Ui Chaoimh  
2015 Final Kerry 2-15 Cork 3-12 Killarney Draw

Munster Senior Football Championship
Kerry vs. Cork Past Meetings Breakdown

  Overall Record Matches at Cork venue Matches at Kerry venue Matches played at a Neutral venue Munster Finals Only Matches played when Cork are defending All-Ireland Champions Matches played when Kerry are defending All-Ireland Champions
Played 107 59 45 3 72 7 33
Cork 30 20 8 2 20 3 5
Kerry 63 31 32 0 43 4 22
Drawn 13 7 5 1 8 0 6
Abandoned 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

Note – All-Ireland Championship matches between Kerry and Cork are not included
These are Munster Championship stats only


Useful Information

There have been 12 Munster championship replays between Cork and Kerry with Cork winning 7 of the replays compared to 5 for Kerry. There have been 3 replays at Killarney with Kerry winning 2 (1961 and 1982) and Cork winning the other in 1987. The last 4 replays have been at Páirc Uí Chaoimh with Cork winning 3 (2002, 2006 and 2009) to Kerry’s 1 victory in 2010.

In the last 4 Munster championship meetings between Cork and Kerry at Fitzgerald Stadium, Kerry won the 2011 and 2013 finals and drew the 2010 semi-final and 2015 final.

Cork’s last championship victory over Kerry in Killarney was the 1995 Munster Final on a scoreline of Cork 0-15 Kerry 1-9.

Kerry have never beaten Cork in the Munster Senior Football Championship at a neutral venue (it happened 3 times!). Cork have never beaten Kerry in the All-Ireland Championship at Croke Park.

“Points win games”!! – Or so you would think until this year’s drawn Munster final looking at the recent record of Cork and Kerry. Neither County had recorded more than 1 goal in Munster Senior Football Championship meetings since the 2000 Munster Semi-Final which Kerry won by 2-15 to 1-13. During the 17 subsequent Munster Championship matches between the counties, they combined to score a total of just 14 goals between them in the first 16 and then in the drawn game there were 5 scored between them.

The highest score by an individual team in a Cork vs. Kerry Munster Senior Football Championship match was the 1976 Munster Final replay at Pairc Ui Chaoimh which Kerry won by 3-20 to 2-19.

The highest margin of victory between the teams was in the first round match in 1937 played at Killarney with Kerry winning by 6-7 to 0-4 – a margin of 21 points.

In the 1890 Munster Senior Football Final, Laune Rangers (Kerry) and Midleton (Cork) were the finalists.   The game was 57 minutes old, with the sides scoreless, when the ball burst and as there was no replacement ball the game could not continue and was abandoned.

In the 1893 Final, Laune Rangers (Kerry) and Dromtarriffe (Cork) were fixed on two occasions to play this final in Millstreet but the Kerry side did not travel. The game was fixed for a third time in Mallow but there was still no show from the Kerry side and Cork received a walkover.

Since 2000, Kerry have drawn as many matches in the Munster Senior Football Championship than they have lost, 5 draws (4 v Cork & 1 v Limerick) as compared to 5 defeats (all v Cork) in 41 matches played.

The average number of scores per game in the Munster Senior Football championship since 2008:

2008 – 21 scores per game; 2009 – 24; 2010 – 28; 2011 – 33; 2012 – 27; 2013 – 30.8, 2014 – 28.6; 2015 so far: 29.2.


Match Programme

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