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Kerry play their first match as All-Ireland champions later this evening

Get yourselves to Austin Stack Park.

Captains Fionn Fitzgerald and Kieran O'Leary led the celebrations in Croke Park last weekend.
Captains Fionn Fitzgerald and Kieran O'Leary led the celebrations in Croke Park last weekend.
Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

NEWLY-CROWNED ALL-Ireland champions Kerry will line out for a charity match this evening as celebrations continue in the Kingdom.

The annual GOAL Challenge takes place in Austin Stack Park, Tralee at 7pm with all proceeds going towards work to ease the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone.

The county has been in party mode since Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s side clinched a remarkable 37th title against Donegal on Sunday.

Tens of thousands of fans lined the streets to welcome home their heroes and they will have another chance at tonight’s “A versus B” challenge match.

Organisers said: “Players and management will be available for autographs and pictures, the Sam Maguire cup will also be proudly on display, while there is already rumour of a few surprise guest appearances on the night.”

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