0-17 - 0-14Full Time
Kerry Footballers
    Monaghan Footballers
      • 81'

        Still playing

      • 77'

        Monaghan point from mark Christopher McGuinness, Three behind

      • 75'

        McManus hits his 5th point

      • 74'

        Another McManus point

      • 73'

        Point from O'Sullivan

      • 72'

        Six on the day for Clifford

      • 70'

        Five min injury time, Kerry lead by 4pts

      • 64'

        McManus with his 3rd point

      • 62'

        Clifford hits his 5th point

      • 56'

        Monaghan point from play Christopher McGuinness

      • 53'

        Sean O'Shea point, Kerry by 6pts

      • 52'

        Conor McManus is given a point, but the shot was wide

      • 45'

        Tony Brosnan point

      • 44'

        David Clifford point

      • 42'

        Conor McManus point

      • 41'

        David Moran point

      • 36'

        Conor McManus comes onto the Monaghan team

      • 35'

        Kerry lead by 4pts at the break

      • 31'

        Monaghan point from play Kieran Hughes

      • 30'

        Great point from Tony Brosnan

      • 29'

        Great point from Paul Murphy

      • 26'

        Point Gavin White

      • 26'

        Jason Foley point

      • 22'

        Monaghan point from free Micheál Bannigan

      • 21'

        Monaghan point from mark Fintan Kelly

      • 20'

        Sean O'Shea free

      • 17'

        Dessie Ward gets a Monaghan point, its 4pts Kerry 2pts Monaghan

      • 13'

        Woods with a nice point

      • 11'

        Point from Tony Brosnan

      • 5'

        Second point for Clifford

      • 3'

        Point for Clifford


      TeamScoresLive ScoreOutcome
      Kerry 00-17Win
      Monaghan 00-14Loss


      Preview and Live Score Commentary for Monaghan vs Kerry who kick-off proceedings. Taking place at 2pm on October 24, the game marks the return of inter-county football after almost a seven-month absence.

      The game is an important one for both teams. Therefore neither will have much time to dust off the cobwebs. Monaghan sit sixth in the table. Currently, they are safe from relegation but with just two games to go they need to pick up points somewhere along the way. In contrast, Kerry remain in contention to win the League. They are just a point behind Galway at the top of table. Hence, a win in their final two games will put all the pressure on the Connacht team.

      For Monaghan, victories over Mayo and Tyrone were cancelled out by losses to Galway and Donegal. However, an impressive draw to five-in-a-row All-Ireland winners Dublin has their heads above water. Likewise, Kerry drew with Dublin in GAA headquarters last January in a thrilling League opener. Since then, only a loss to Tyrone has blemished their record.

      Last year’s League and Championship runners-up Kerry will have one eye on their Munster Championship semi-final on the 8th of November. Despite their promising position in the League, they will hope to go one better than last year’s final replay defeat. With that in mind, Peter Keane could use his remaining two League fixtures to experiment. For example, Dr. Crokes’ Tony Brosnan was used in the League earlier in the year and could be given another chance to impress.

      Meanwhile, Monaghan will have to hit the ground running. Their Championship campaign begins on October 31st at home to Cavan. This comes after back-to-back League outings. With the Club Championship all wrapped up, Seamus McEnaney has a full contingent to choose from. Scotstown players Rory Beggan, Darren Hughes, and Conor McCarthy will be on a high from their Championship win.

      Allianz National League Division 1: Monaghan vs Kerry, Saturday October 17, 2pm (Inniskeen).




      Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
      October 17, 2020 14:00 GAA - Divison 1 Football 2020 17/10/20 70'


      St. Tiernach's Park, Clones
      St. Tiernach’s Park, L2100, Liseggerton, Clones Urban, Ballybay-Clones Municipal District, County Monaghan, Ireland


      # Player Position
      Gavin WhiteDefender
      Shane RyanGoal Keeper
      Jason FoleyDefender
      Peter CrowleyDefender
      Diarmuid O’Connor KerryMidfielder
      Tadhg MorleyDefender
      Tom O’SullivanDefender
      Paul MurphyDefender
      Ronan BuckleyForward
      Micheál BurnsForward
      Tony BrosnanForward
      Sean O’SheaForward
      Dara MoynihanForward
      David CliffordForward
      Enda SmithMidfielder
      Ryan McHughDefender
      D O’ConnorForward
      Evan ComerfordGoal Keeper
      Michael MurphyMidfielder
      E LowryForward
      David ByrneDefender
      Donal KeoganDefender
      James McCarthyDefender
      Brian FentonMidfielder
      Seanie FurlongForward
      Conor McManusForward
      David MoranMidfielder
      Connor GleesonGoal Keeper
      Patrick DurcanDefender
      Sean Andy O’CeallaighDefender
      Kevin QuinnForward
      Stephen CluxtonGoal Keeper
      Sean KellyDefender
      Lee KeeganDefender
      Philly McMahonDefender
      Sean MulkerrinDefender
      Aidan O’SheaMidfielder
      Michael FitzsimonsDefender
      Johnny HeaneyDefender
      K LillisMidfielder


      # Player Position
      Conor McManusForward

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