League: All Ireland Championship 2020

It will be a lot different championship due to the Coronavirus, but we are hoping to see some live GAA in July.

Cillian O’Connor

Last updated on Nov 12th, 2020 at 12:39

Cillian O’Connor (born 1992) is a Gaelic footballer and captain for the Mayo senior team. He plays his club football for Ballintubber. O’Connor is the leading all-time top scorer in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

Dara Moynihan

Dara Moynihan is a Kerry footballer, he plays in the forward line and made his debut for Kerry against Waterford in 2016.

Tony Brosnan

Tony Brosnan is Kerry footballer, Brosnan plays in the forward line and made his debut against Clare in 2015.

Ronan Buckley

Ronan Buckley plays for the Kerry football team, he plays in the forwards and made his debut in 2015.

Diarmuid O’Connor Kerry

Diarmuid O’Connor is a Kerry footballer, he plays in Midfield and made his championship debut in 2019, he was minor in 2016.

Peter Crowley

Peter Crowley is a Pharmacist who plays with the Kerry Senior Football team, Crowley made his debut in against Tipperary in 2012.

Jason Foley

Jason Foley is a cornerback with the Kerry senior football team, Foley is a teacher and made his championship debut in 2018, he won a Munster title in 2019.

Shane Ryan

Shane Ryan is a goalkeeper with the Kerry Senior Football team, Ryan is a teacher and has won 3 O Donoghue Cups, 2 Munster Minor, 1 Munster U-21, 1 All Ireland Minor.

Sean Andy O’Ceallaigh

Sean Andy O’Ceallaigh was a member of the Galway U-21 team who reached the 2017 U-21 All-Ireland final. Despite his side’s loss, he was heralded for a heroic performance in which he snuffed out Con O’Callaghan. 

The very next season he was a prominent presence in the senior side. The powerful full-back can put his side on the front foot with his driving runs out of defence.

David Moran

David Moran ( Kerry ), the Kerins O’ Rahilly’s club man is fundamental to any hopes Kerry has of catching Dublin and winning an All-Ireland football title.  

The Kingdom are building a youthful and exciting team under Peter Keane, but the key component to any hopes they may have of silverware remains midfielder Moran.  

A brilliant fielder in midfield Moran is also an extremely skilful footballer, and he is vital to the way Kerry move the ball forward from their defence. 

At his best when he is sitting in front of his defenders initiating attacking moves, Kerry fans will be hoping for a big championship from their star midfielder when inter county football resumes in October.