Dublin have named an unchanged team for Saturday night’s NFL Division 1 clash against Kerry in Austin Stack Park, Tralee (7.0).
Jim Gavin has kept faith with the same starting 15 that began last time out in their Croke Park victory over Mayo two weeks ago.
DUBLIN (SF v Kerry)
1 Stephen Cluxton Parnell’s
2 Philly McMahon Ballymun Kickhams
3 Michael Fitzsimons Cuala
4 David Byrne Nh Olaf
5 Darren Daly Fingal Ravens
6 John Small Ballymun Kickhams
7 Eric Lowndes St Peregrine's
8 Brian Fenton Raheny
9 Michael Darragh Macauley Ballyboden St Enda's
10 Niall Scully Templeogue Synge St
11 Dean Rock Ballymun Kickhams
12 Shane B Carthy St Vincent's
13 Ciarán Kilkenny Castleknock
14 Eoghan O'Gara Templeogue Synge St
15 Conor McHugh Na Fianna
MATCH AND TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS
Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail have announced that in addition to its normal train services to and from Casement Station, Tralee - that extra trains will operate between Rathmore, Killarney, Farranfore and Casement Station, Tralee and return after the Kerry v Dublin NFL game.
Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail is responding to demand from supporters wishing to get to the game in Tralee.
Dublin fans who have opted to stay in Killarney for the weekend can also avail of the extra trains to and from Killarney and Casement Station, Tralee. The return train is scheduled to depart Casement Station, Tralee at 21.45hrs - after the game.
Stiles at Austin Stack Park will open at 5pm and along with the main entrance, stiles will also be located at both the Mitchel’s end and the Horan’s Centre end.
There will be designated stiles on all sides for the 5,500 season ticket holders and patrons are reminded that only Kerry and Dublin season tickets will be valid for this sell-out match.
Patrons are also reminded that accommodation in the stand in Austin Stack Park will be on a first come first served basis and reserving of seats for latecomers will be strictly outlawed. Once the stand is deemed full then no further admittance to that area will be allowed.
Special Parking will be available in the large open area adjacent to The Rose Hotel in Ballymullen, in the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium and in the Kerry College of Further Education in Clash Rd.