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Kerry county final won't be played until November due to Kingdom All-Ireland senior exploits
The Kerry county board have released details of their fixtures programme.

Colm Cooper scores the first goal of the game despite the attentions of Kieran Donaghy 20/10/2013 Donall Farmer / INPHO Colm Cooper and Kieran Donaghy in opposition in the 2013 Kerry county final. They'll meet again in club action this year. Donall Farmer / INPHO / INPHO

KERRY’S EXPLOITS IN reaching another All-Ireland senior football final have resulted in club action in the county being deferred with the 2015 county senior final pencilled in for Sunday 1 November.

Éamonn Fitzmaurice’s Kerry team booked their place in the September decider with victory over Tyrone in last Sunday’s semi-final.

Their progress this summer has held up club matters in Kerry particularly due to a replay being needed in July in the Munster final.

The Kerry county board have released details of their senior football fixture programme with the third round – that includes the glamour tie between 2013 champions Dr Crokes and 2014 champions Austin Stacks – pencilled in for the first weekend in October.

The quarter-finals will take place on October 10-11, semi-finals on October 17-18 with the final scheduled for 1 November.

The Kerry club champions this year are in action in Munster at the semi-final stage on 15 November against the Waterford or Cork champions.

Conor Jordan and John Paul Murphy Ryan Byrne / INPHO Austin Stacks Conor Jordan and Ballincollig's John Miskella in opposition in last year's Munster senior club football semi-final. Ryan Byrne / INPHO / INPHO

Here’s the full fixture details:

September 26th/27th
Second Round Replay
Milltown Castlemaine v Kerins O’Rahilly’s

October 3rd-4th
Third Round
Milltown Castlemaine/Kerins Rahilly’s v East Kerry
Shannon Rangers v Rathmore
Kenmare v Laune Rangers
Legion v Feale Rangers
Dr Crokes v Austin Stacks
Kilcummin v St Kieran’s
Dingle v South Kerry

October 10th-11th

October 17th-18th

November 1st

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