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Kerry defender Peter Crowley scored a brilliant goal in a club game yesterday

Crowley was in action for divisional team Mid Kerry in Killorglin.

PETER CROWLEY IS used to spending his time at the back for Kerry trying to mark some of the best inter-county forwards in the game.

But he showed at club level yesterday that he can make his mark when venturing forward.

Laune Rangers club man Crowley was in action at centre-back for divisional side Mid Kerry in the opening round of the Kerry senior football championship after his club were relegated to the intermediate ranks at the end of last season.

And he struck this brilliant goal in the final quarter of the match in Killorglin to help Mid Kerry see off Kilcummin by 3-12 to 1-13 yesterday afternoon.

Source: MidKerry Journal/YouTube

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