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If you failed to pick up the Evening Herald last Tuesday, you missed the exclusive on The Edge’s twitter page; back pages splashed with Dublin thinking they can beat Kerry, which they haven’t done in over 30 years; Katie Price informing us she wants Julia Roberts to play her in a movie about her life; and of course Ranelagh Gaels win over Brendan’s.

For all our international friends and family all over the world and Dublin you can download it here from the Ranelagh Gaels website, courtesy of the Evening Herald.

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Does anybody else know any Dublin V Kerry Championship facts?

20 Comment(s)

  1. Elvis was alive the last time Dublin beat Kerry in the Championship.

    Tadhg | Jul 30, 2009 @ 14:29 | Reply

  2. Maybe you should tone down the anti-Dubs rhetoric before they throw us “Northerners, culchies and foreigners” out of the league…

    Big Pat | Jul 30, 2009 @ 14:39 | Reply

  3. Rubbish report. Surely someone in the club could have done a better job…

    Anyway – prior to 1976 Dublin hadn’t beaten Kerry since WB Yeats was alive and they went on to win the next two All-Irelands. Take from that what you will. Roll on Monday!

    Peter | Jul 30, 2009 @ 14:52 | Reply

  4. DUBLIN v KERRY: CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY
    2007: Kerry 1-15 Dublin 0-16 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    2004: Kerry 1-15 Dublin 1-8 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
    2001: Kerry 2-12 Dublin 1-12 (All-Ireland quarter-final replay)
    2001: Kerry 1-14 Dublin 2-11 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
    1985: Kerry 2-12 Dublin 2-8 (All-Ireland final)
    1984: Kerry 0-14 Dublin 1-6 (All-Ireland final)
    1979: Kerry 3-13 Dublin 1-8 (All-Ireland final)
    1978: Kerry 5-11 Dublin 0-9 (All-Ireland final)
    1977: Dublin 3-12 Kerry 1-13 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    1976: Dublin 3-8 Kerry 0-10 (All-Ireland final)
    1975: Kerry 2-12 Dublin 0-11 (All-Ireland final)
    1965: Kerry 4-8 Dublin 2-6 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    1962: Kerry 2-12 Dublin 0-10 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    1959: Kerry 1-10 Dublin 2-5 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    1955: Kerry 0-12 Dublin 1-6 (All-Ireland final)
    1941: Kerry 2-9 Dublin 0-3 (All-Ireland semi-final replay)
    1941: Kerry 0-4 Dublin 0-4 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    1934: Dublin 3-8 Kerry 0-6 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    1932: Kerry 1-3 Dublin 1-1 (All-Ireland semi-final)
    1924: Kerry 0-4 Dublin 0-3 (All-Ireland final)
    1923: Dublin 1-5 Kerry 1-3 (All-Ireland final)
    1908: Dublin 0-10 Kerry 0-3 (All-Ireland final)
    1904: Kerry 0-5 Dublin 0-2 (All-Ireland final)
    1892 Dublin 1-4 Kerry 0-3 (All-Ireland final)
    Played 24: Kerry 16, Dublin 6, Draws 2.

    If you don't know your history | Jul 30, 2009 @ 15:00 | Reply

  5. “For All That Matters”

    Conor | Jul 30, 2009 @ 15:23 | Reply

  6. Just a thought… damn.

    Big Pat | Jul 30, 2009 @ 16:49 | Reply

  7. Looking at those results no one can say the Fermanagh Kildare game last year was the worst match ever in Croker.

    Ronan | Jul 31, 2009 @ 10:56 | Reply

  8. Well done the Gaels,

    Interesting to see the outcome from Dublin V Kerry, the winners here have to be clear favourates over the winners from the Limerick/Meath/Mayo challenge. Enjoy the hype.

    Darren | Jul 31, 2009 @ 11:16 | Reply

  9. Murph, fermanagh, kildare was the worst match ever played. the low scoring games in the early years was due to the ball weighing like a block of cement…
    think the likes a mark little would struggle a bit to score then

    Eamon | Jul 31, 2009 @ 11:45 | Reply

  10. @Eamon

    Yeah I know it was cause of the weight of the ball, but still.. whatever dude, you’ve changed!

    Ronan | Jul 31, 2009 @ 12:37 | Reply

  11. Great day for Kerry football. However, todays win will mean nothing unless SAM is sitting pretty on the train to Kerry on the 3rd Sunday in September.

    Tadhg | Aug 3, 2009 @ 20:14 | Reply

  12. Form is temporary class is permanent, Derrygonnelly could of done with Ronan Rasdale at the weekend.

    http://www.newtownbutlerfirstfermanaghsgaa.com/2009/08/03/juniors-win-championship/

    Ronan | Aug 4, 2009 @ 00:25 | Reply

  13. Congrats to Newtown Murph – That’s your second string just about beating our thirds !!!

    Ronan Rasdale | Aug 4, 2009 @ 09:27 | Reply

  14. I think its fair to say the all ireland semi final between mayo and offaly 97 is prob the worst game i ever saw.

    Shane | Aug 5, 2009 @ 14:32 | Reply

  15. Challenge Match against Portbello Today, Thursday 6th Aug at 7:30pm in Rathmines – Army Barracks

    Come out and support the Gaels as we prepare for the championship quarter final against Kilmacud

    Conor | Aug 6, 2009 @ 10:13 | Reply

  16. At least the right team won that game, we had hoped to be playing Meath in the semi that year, but it took until today to get that match. Heres hoping for a Mayo victory today, but those Meath sorts aren’t all that bad a bunch of people, so won’t begrudge them if they win (this time 😀 ).

    Surely Cork V Mayo (Cork 5.15 Mayo 0.10) in 1993 was a worse All-Ireland Semi-Final, Mayo where a complete joke representing AT THAT TIME what WAS a joke of a province.

    Darren | Aug 9, 2009 @ 04:22 | Reply

  17. Well done Meath, best team by a country mile won in Croke Park today. Meath for Sam 🙂

    Darren | Aug 9, 2009 @ 15:47 | Reply

  18. A quote from Brian R at training following Mayo’s Connaught Final win “Enda, Mayo for the All Ireland I reckon”

    As Pat Spillane said your just the same as Dublin!!

    Cork/Tyrone v Kerry in the Final! 🙂

    Conor | Aug 9, 2009 @ 16:51 | Reply

  19. If there was an All-Ireland for being delusional, Mayo & Dublin would be favourates every year. Christ myself & Enda might even be county players, if it was based on being delusional. We know now, but come next year we won’t have learned, we never do.

    Darren | Aug 10, 2009 @ 03:12 | Reply

  20. Which county has disappointed you the most year?

    Can’t add the obvious, I’m sure Enda & Brian Regan might want to vote too. Christ I must be in shock all together, taking this far to well!!! Maybe its the Melbourne air!

    Darren | Aug 10, 2009 @ 09:06 | Reply

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