1-12 - 0-13Full Time
Cork Footballers
    Kerry Footballers
      • 20'

        Mark Keane the Collingwood AFl players get the GOAL for Cork

      • 16'

        Well taken free from Cork's Luke Connolly, one in it

      • 12'

        Killian Spillane kicks a wide

      • 11'

        Killian Spillane puts Kerry 2pts up

      • 10'

        Luke Connolly point just before the break, one in it

      • 9'

        Luke Connolly

      • 8'

        Killian Spillane puts Kerry 2pts up

      • 7'

        Another poor wide for Kerry

      • 4'

        Clifford with a super score

      • 2'

        Luke Connolly kicks a poor wide

      • 70'

        Extra time should start around 5:50pm

      • Extra time

      • 74'

        Sean Powter is fouled and Mark Collins levels it up

      • 72'

        David Moran gets a black card for a trip

      • 70'

        Luke Connolly point, Cork trail by 1pt

      • 69'

        Killian Spillane kicks Kerry 2pts up

      • 65'

        Sean OShea kicks Kerry ahead

      • 64'

        Sean OShea levels it up

      • 63'

        Paul Kerrigan comes onto the Cork team

      • 60'

        Mark Collins free puts Cork ahead with 10 to play

      • 57'

        Yellow card for Jack Barry

      • 58'

        Killian Spillane fists it over the bar, its all level.

      • 57'

        Kevin O’Donovan

      • 55'

        Cork lead Kerry 0-07 to 0-06 at the Waterbreak

      • 54'

        Black card for Ronan Buckley, big chance for Cork

      • 50'

        Awful wide from Clifford from an easy free

      • 46'

        The weather is just nuts, there is no need for crowd noise the rain is so loud

      • 42'

        Killian O’Hanlon puts Cork back in front

      • 39'

        Goal chance just missed by Clifford

      • 36'

        Lovely score from Tony Brosnan

      • Second half underway at 4:55pm

      • Cork 0-06 - 0-05 Kerry Half time

      • 35'

        Kevin O’Donovan kicks Cork ahead

      • 34'

        Killian O’Hanlon point from a 45'

      • 33'

        Point from Mark Collins, Cork trail by 1pt

      • 29'

        Clifford point

      • 28'

        Another wide by Sean OShea

      • 27'

        Nice score by Dara Moynihan for Kerry

      • 25'

        Sean Powter point for levels it up

      • 21'

        David Clifford point

      • 20'

        Mark Collins levels it up before the waterbreak

      • 15'

        Ronan Buckley point for Kerry

      • 14'

        Stunning save by Micheal Martin

      • 13'

        Brian hurley levels it up after some great play by the Cork defence

      • 12'

        Sean OShea kicks a 45 wide

      • 9'

        Very bad miss from Sean O'Shea

      • 5'

        First point from David Clifford

      • 3'

        Mark Collins misses a free, drops into David Moran hands

      • 1'

        Game underway

      • Brian O Beaglaíoch replaces Stephen O’Brien

      • Luke Connolly missing today, big loss for Cork

      • Cork : Micheal Martin; Sean Powter, Maurice Shanley, Kevin Flahive; Kevin O’Donovan, Sean Meehan, Mattie Taylor; Ian Maguire, Killian O’Hanlon; John O’Rourke, Colm O’Callaghan, Ruairi Deane; Mark Collins, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly. Subs: Anthony Casey, Sam Ryan, Paul Ring, Michael Hurley, Tadhg Corkery, Paul Walsh, Kevin O’Driscoll, Sean White, Paul Kerrigan, Mark Keane, Damien Gore.

      • Kerry : Shane Ryan; Jason Foley, Tadhg Morley, Tom O'Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Peter Crowley, Gavin White; David Moran, Diarmuid O'Connor; Stephen O'Brien, Sean O'Shea, Ronan Buckley; Tony Brosnan, David Clifford, Dara Moynihan.


      TeamScoresLive ScoreOutcome
      Cork01-12Draw, Loss, Win
      Kerry 00-13Draw, Loss, Win


      Cork vs Kerry: Munster Football Championship – Preview & Live score commentary, the match starts at 4pm on Sunday.

      After coming close to dethroning Dublin last year, Kerry will try again in 2020. They begin their Championship on Sunday against Munster rivals Cork. Cork, sailed to the top of Division 3 and aim to bring that form into Sunday.

      For the first time since 2017, Kerry won the National League by capitalising on Galway’s poor results in the last two games. Firstly, a win on the round to Monaghan showed no signs of rustiness after an extended absence. Secondly, a strong performance against Donegal in round 7 reminded everyone why Kerry are serious Championship contenders.

      The Kingdom’s full-forward line has been firing on all fronts. David Clifford continues to be a generational talent. Furthermore, Tony Brosnan of Dr Crokes looks to have a place in the first fifteen nailed down.

      Further back, Brosnan’s clubmate Gavin White has also made himself almost undroppable. Two outstanding games has seen the half-back nominated for Player of the Month.

      In Division 3, Cork had a perfect record. In seven games, the rebels showed they were a class above their opponents. However, without ever being truly tested, it’s been hard to get an accurate reflection of how Ronan McCarthy’s team are shaping up ahead of the Championship.

      2012 was the last time they won the Munster Championship. Yet, Cork still often emerged from the qualifiers. But, this year’s competition offers no back door. McCarthy’s side are major underdogs going into this one but they’ve rivalries like this always bring out the best performances.

      Cork have had a week longer than Kerry to prepare for this game. Peter Keane has suggested this is an advantage to his opponent given the toll taken by the winter conditions.

      The competitiveness of this rivalry has somewhat diminished in recent years. However, there have already been shocks in this year’s Championship. Hence, Kerry can’t afford to take their foot off the gas in Munster.

      Paddy Power have Kerry priced at 1/5 as opposed to Cork’s 4/1. A draw is 11/1.

      The match is live on RTÉ.

      Prediction: Kerry.

      Munster Championship Semi-Final: Cork vs Kerry, Sunday, November 8th, 16:00 (Páirc Uí Chaoimh).




      Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
      November 8, 2020 16:00 Munster Championship 2020 08/11/20 70'


      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, The Marina, Dundanion, Mahon A, Cork, Cork City 2019, County Cork, Munster, T12 Y0EH, Ireland




      # Player Position
      Gavin WhiteDefender
      Diarmuid O’Connor KerryMidfielder
      Micheál BurnsForward
      Ronan BuckleyForward
      Sean O’SheaForward
      Tony BrosnanForward
      David CliffordForward
      Dara MoynihanForward
      David MoranMidfielder
      Tadhg MorleyDefender
      Shane RyanGoal Keeper
      Tom O’SullivanDefender
      Jason FoleyDefender
      Paul MurphyDefender
      Peter CrowleyDefender

      KO FT