Tadhg Kennelly could be set for a return to the Kerry colours before the end of the championship after admitting that he has yet to decide on his future in the AFL.
The Listowel man moved to Australia in 2001 and became the first Irish player ever to win an AFL title. After 8 years at Sydney Swans he returned home in 2009 and won an All Ireland title with Kerry. He then shocked the Gaelic football world, by announcing that he was again returning to Australia.
However, with his contract up at the end of this year, Kennelly has again hinted that he may be about to return to Kerry for a second stint:
“I honestly don’t know. I’ll play out the rest of the year here and see how I go. It’s always been appealing obviously for me to go home but I’m loving it here. This club at the moment you can see it’s very much pushing towards a window of winning a premiership. We just missed obviously last year and that’s what we’re pushing towards this year as well.”