Kerry prove too strong for Tyrone with comfortable win at home

Kerry 0-18 Tyrone 1-11

In a sunny showdown at Fitzgerald Stadium, Kerry bounced back with a solid four-point victory over Tyrone.

Despite making several changes from their previous defeat to Dublin, Kerry dominated the first half, heading into halftime with a five-point lead.

The Footballer of the Year, David Clifford, led the charge with an impressive 0-08, supported by contributions from Paudie Clifford and Sean O’Shea.

Tyrone fought back in the second half, with goals from Darren McCurry, Darragh Canavan, and Ciarán Daly, but Kerry held on for the win.

Despite a late surge from Tyrone, Kerry’s balanced scoring ensured they secured the victory, setting a positive tone for their upcoming match against Roscommon.

Kerry: Shane Ryan; Graham O’Sullivan, Jason Foley, Paul Murphy; Sean O’Brien (0-01), Tadhg Morley, Gavin White; Diarmuid O’Connor, Joe O’Connor; Adrian Spillane (0-01), Paudie Clifford (0-03), Conor Geaney; David Clifford (0-08, 6f), Sean O’Shea (0-04, 1f), Dara Moynihan (0-01)

Tyrone: Niall Morgan (0-01 ’45); Conall Devlin, Padraig Hampsey, Cormac Quinn; Ben Cullen (0-01), Peter Harte, Niall Devlin; Brian Kennedy, Conn Kilpatrick (0-01); Ciarán Daly (1-01), David Mulgrew, Joe Oguz; Darren McCurry (0-02, 1f), Darragh Canavan (0-03), Seanie O’Donnell (0-01)


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