On behalf of the South Kerry Juvenile Hurling Board, welcome to our new website. As a follow on from our successful newsletter in December 2010, we are continuing in our

efforts to communicate our message and vision for the future of juvenile hurling in the

South Kerry area.


We hope that this website will provide further information and assistance on the

promotion and development of our national game throughout the region. In the next

three to five years, we hope more juvenile players will be given the opportunity to play more hurling. It is certainly very heartening to see some clubs making great progress.

With more participation, our playing standards will improve over time.


We must endeavour to work closely with our Gaelic Football colleagues / coaches to

ensure that all of our juvenile players needs are catered for in a balanced way. We urge everyone, from club coaches to parents, to get involved and help us to promote this

great game in your club or area so together we can step up again to a new level.


Please visit our contact page for more information.


Please select the image on the left to open the South Kerry Juvenile Hurling Newsletter (December 2010).

Alternatively, you can save it

to your computer by right-clicking and selecting "Save Target As"

Tips & Skills

This year, David O'Dea, Games Development Administrator for Hurling in South Kerry, will be providing you with weekly tips, skills and drills via the South Kerry Juvenile Hurling Blog.


Click HERE to see more.

Action shot from the inaugural Inter-County U14 Club Hurling Tournament 2010

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Dr. Bill Mangan Memorial Hurling Tournament 2016

Report from this years competition can be found in Club News. See photos of the teams who participated in our Gallery.


Fixtures: Summer 2016

For the latest fixtures news,

click here or go to the Fixtures/Results page on

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Flag Day Collection

This year, we collected €685 during our Flag Day Collection on the streets of Killarney. Thanks to all for your generous contributions & hanks to those who helped on the day. The amount collected will be going directly towards the Schools Hurling Coaching Initiative.