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Kerry U21 Footballers Send Out Fierce Warning To the Rest Of The Country

After three consecutive All-Ireland Minor Football titles, it has been widely expected that Kerry are the coming force in gaelic football.

However, the Kingdom have badly struggled at the u21 grade in recent times.

The u21 Munster title last went to the south-west in 2008, and since then Cork and Tipperary have shared the spoils in the province.

However, Kerry emphatically turned things around in the Rebels’ back yard this evening, with a comprehensive 2-16 to 0-06 victory in Páirc Uí Rinn.

The reaction in the Rebel County was a pessimistic one.

Meanwhile, Dublin had too much for Offaly in the Leinster decider, beating the Faithful County on a scoreline of 2-14 to 0-08.

Both Ulster semi-finals, which were down to be played this evening, were postponed due to unplayable fields.

Author: The PA Team

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