Cordal to Host St. Kieran’s V Feale Rangers in Championship Opener

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The Garvey’s SuperValu county Senior Football Championship commences this weekend, Saturday 14th. and Sunday. May 15th.
The main focus of interest in this area will be on the wonderfully rejuvenated Cordal GAA Club grounds on Sunday at 2-30pm. There and then St. Kieran’s will take on Feale Rangers in one of the senior championship openers down for decision on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.
The following is the list of first round fixtures for the coming weekend: Saturday May 14th. Lewis Road – Double Bill: East Kerry V Austin Stacks 5:00pm. Dr. Crokes V West Kerry 6:30pm.
Sunday May 15th. Killorglin – Double Bill: Milltown/Castlemaine V Legion 2:00pm. Mid Kerry V Kilcummin 3:30pm. Austin Stack Park – Double Bill: St Brendan’s V Kenmare 1:45pm and Kerins O’Rahillys V South Kerry 3:30pm. Cordal GAA Club: St Kieran’s V Feale Rangers 2:30pm. Rathmore: Rathmore V Dingle 2:30pm.
Extra Time applies in all games Round Two Draw will take place on Sunday 15th May at 5:15pm.
Round Two Games will be played on the weekend of May 21st/22nd – First Round Winners will be drawn against each other and First Round Losers will be drawn against each other
Commenting on the sponsorship Tomás Garvey, owner of Garvey’s SuperValu, felt it was a fantastic partnership for both Garveys and the Kerry County Board.
“Being a Kerry company we have always been passionate about Kerry GAA. We have had a long association with GAA clubs in the county and it’s an extremely important part of life in Kerry and that of our customers,” said Mr. Garvey.
“We are delighted to be involved and we feel that under the new format it will an exciting and competitive championship.We have always been involved in all aspects of our local communities and there is no better local community group within the country than the GAA.
“For us we really enjoy the sponsorship. We feel we are true supporters of GAA and in particular Kerry GAA and there is no better way of giving something back to our local community,” Mr. Garvey concluded.