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Gaelic Football Result: Cork U20 beat Kerry U20 in a thrilling match

Cork beat Kerry in a thrilling U20 Munster football semi-final, they will play Tipperary in the final. 


  • 65′

    Cork 3-12 Kerry 3-11 result

  • 64′

    Cork takes the lead and Paul O\’Shea misses a sitter to level up the game.

  • 60′

    Only one in it, four min injury time

  • 52′

    Kerry goal from penalty Paul O\’Shea

  • 49′

    Cork goal from play Conor Corbett

  • 41′

    Cork point from play David Buckley

  • 39′

    Kerry point from free Dylan Geaney

  • 37′

    Cork point from play David Buckley

  • 33′

    Cork point from play Conor O\’Hanlon

  • 30′

    Half time – Cork 2-07 Kerry 2-06

  • 29′

    Cork goal from play Conor Corbett

  • 26′

    Kerry GOAL from play by Dylan Geaney leaves it Kerr 2-04 Cork 1-04, great game.

  • 25′

    Cork goal from play Jack Cahalane

  • 21′

    Kerry point from play Dylan Geaney

  • 19′

    Kerry goal from play Darragh Lyne

  • 16′

    Kerry point from free Dylan Geaney

  • 13′

    Cork point from free Dara Dorgan

  • 9′

    Cork point from play Conor Corbett

  • 7′

    Cork point from play David Buckley

  • 5′

    Kerry U20 point from play Conor Hayes

  • 3′

    Cork U20 point from play Colin Walsh


Throw in for this match will be at 19:30 on Thursday, 15th July in Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Cork. This match will be shown live on TG4.

We have not seen much of either side as this semifinal will be their first matches in the championship.

They last faced each other in the 2020 Munster final which Kerry ran out champions by five points. Both squads contain some of the same players that played that final in March last year and the Cork players will be looking for revenge.

The Kerry minor team has shown their class by reaching their first All-Ireland in three years after beating Roscommon well.

Cork has also been a title-winning team as they won the 2019 All-Ireland u21 final.

Kerry and Cork have grown to be big rivals as the two best teams in Munster, frequently facing each other in a final at every age level.


Cork, at home, are just about underdogs with odds to win at 6/5.

A draw in 60 minutes has odds of 15/2.

Kerry are given the edge in the bookies’ eyes with odds of 5/6 to win.

Starting teams


  1. Gavin Creedon, Kilshannig
  2. Colm O Donovan, Newcestown
  3. Diarmaid Phelan, Agahad
  4. Conor McGoldrick, Eire Óg
  5. Adam Walsh-Murphy, Valley Rovers
  6. Tommy Walsh, Kanturk
  7. Darragh Cashman, Millstreet
  8. Brian Hayes (Captain), St. Finbarrs
  9. Evan Cooke, Ballincollig
  10. Conor Corbett, Clyda Rovers
  11. Jack Cahalane, Castlehaven
  12. Niall Hartnett, Douglas
  13. Dara Dorgan, Ballincollig
  14. Colin Walsh, Kanturk
  15. David Buckley (Vice Captain), Newcestown
  16. Cian O Leary, Douglas
  17. Neil Lordan, Ballinora
  18. Darragh Holland, Argideen Rangers
  19. Luke Horgan, Nemo Rangers
  20. Ciaran O Sullivan, Kilshannig
  21. Eoghan Nash, Douglas
  22. Sean O Sullivan, Adrigole
  23. Conor O Hanlon, Buttevant
  24. Sean McDonnell, Mallow

Score Prediction

Kerry come into this match as slight favourites to win. The winner of this match will also be expected to go on and win the Munster Championship.

This game will be tight and physical, but Kerry will come out on top, their creative forwards will make the difference. This could be Kerry’s most successful year with great teams at minor, senior, and now under 20s.

Expect the Kingdom to win by around three points to make it to the final.

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