# Darragh O Se

All time
# magic numbers
8 stats that capture Ó Sé family's remarkable relationship with Kerry football
It’s been an incredible run.
# Report
Darragh Ó Sé slammed for 'mean-spirited' remarks about Diarmuid Connolly
Dublin county board CEO John Costello has criticised Kingdom legend Ó Sé in his wide-ranging annual report.
# Time to go
Darragh Ó Sé steps down and Kerry now need a new U21 football manager
Kerry lost out to Cork at the Munster semi-final stage last night.
# Moving Up The Grades
3 changes to Cork U21 team for Munster semi-final as Kerry name 6 All-Ireland minor winners
The teams meet on Wednesday night in their Munster semi-final tie in Páirc Uí Rinn.
# Monday Round-up
We'll Leave It There So: Jamie's okay, cricketers name World Cup squad and all today's sport
Jamie Heaslip should have recovered from injury in time for Leinster’s next Champions Cup game.
# The Bainisteoir
Darragh Ó Sé is going to manage the Kerry senior footballers next Sunday
It’ll only be for one McGrath Cup game though.
# Squad
Darragh Ó Sé unveils 30-man Kerry U21 football panel before Munster clash with Cork
Kerry face Cork on March 12th in the Munster U21 football quarter-final.
# Kingdom or Royals
Darragh Ó Sé lines out in the green and gold...of Meath
Could this man do a job at midfield for Meath?
# starting XV
Darragh Ó Sé names Kerry U21 side for Munster clash
The Tipperary and Waterford U21 football sides have also been selected for Wednesday night’s clash.
Hundreds gather at Páidí Ó Sé's funeral
In an emotional speech at the end of the service in Ventry Church, Páidí’s son Pádraig Óg spoke of his hope that he can become much closer to his father following his sad passing.
# All in the family
The Magnificent Seven: sporting families
As Alan and Bernard Brogan prepare to help Dublin challenge for a sixth Leinster SFC title in seven years, we look back at some of sport’s greatest families.
# Kingdom Come
Prodigal Sons: Brosnan back home while Keaney mulls over footballing future
Three-time All-Ireland Champion Eoin Brosnan looks set to rejoin Jack O’Connor’s Kerry at centre-back.