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Here's this year's Kerry senior football quarter-final draw

The games are provisionally pencilled in for the weekend of 2 October.

Colm Cooper's Dr Crokes will be in action against Kerins O'Rahillys.
Colm Cooper's Dr Crokes will be in action against Kerins O'Rahillys.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

THE DRAW HAS been made this afternoon for the quarter-finals of the 2016 Kerry senior football championship.

Reigning champions South Kerry will take on Dingle, victors over Milltown-Castlemaine last weekend. En route to last year’s title win South Kerry had three points to spare when they met Dingle.

The 2014 champions Austin Stacks will meet Kenmare District, the divisional team that will feature members of the Templenoe All-Ireland junior club winning side.

It’ll be an all-club clash between Dr Crokes and Kerins O’Rahillys. Dr Crokes completed four-in-a-row at this level between 2010 and 2013 while Kerins O’Rahillys, winners over 2015 finalists Legion last weekend, contested the 2008 decider.

The final game will see Mid Kerry face a Rathmore team who needed extra-time before defeating St Kieran’s last Sunday.

The games are provisionally pencilled in for the weekend of 2 October.

The draw in full is:

Kerry senior football quarter-finals

South Kerry v Dingle
Kenmare v Austin Stacks
Dr Crokes v Kerins O’Rahilly’s
Mid Kerry v Rathmore

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