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Here's the semi-final details for the Kerry and Dublin senior football championships

The draw has been made for the last four stage in the Kingdom.

Updated 10.30am

THE SEMI-FINAL draw has been made today for this year’s Kerry senior football championship.

Last year’s beaten finalists Austin Stacks will come up against 2012 finalists Dingle in an all club affair. While divisional sides Shannon Rangers and Mid Kerry will also face off. The games will be played at Austin Stack Park in a double-header next Sunday.

Austin Stacks are chasing a first title since 1994 this year while Dingle were last crowned champions in 1948. Shannon Rangers last success was in 1977 while Mid Kerry claimed victory in 2008. The weekend’s action saw Dingle and Shannon Rangers win on Saturday while Austin Stacks and Mid Kerry were victorious yesterday.

While in Dublin, the semi-finals have been pencilled in for a double-header on Saturday October 18th in Parnell Park. St Oliver Plunkett’s-Eoghan Ruadh will take on St Judes at 3.30pm followed by the clash of reigning champions St Vincent’s and Ballyboden St-Enda’s at 5.15pm.

Sunday October 12th
Kerry SFC semi-finals (Austin Stack Park)
Dingle v Austin Stacks, 2pm
Shannon Rangers v Mid Kerry, 3.45pm

Saturday October 18th
Dublin SFC semi-finals (Parnell Park)
St Oliver Plunkett’s-Eoghan Ruadh v St Jude’s, 3.30pm
St Vincent’s v Ballyboden St-Enda’s, 5.15pm

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