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Gaelic Football thriving in Tralee
By Cian OConnell
David Moran is encouraged that Gaelic Football ootball is thriving in Tralee.
Kerins ORahillys are busy getting ready for Saturdays AIB Munster Club SFC Final against Newcastle West in Mallow.
It is great, Kerry midfielder Moran says about preparing for ORahillys first provincial decider appearance since 2009. There is a great buzz around the town, that is great to see.
We have been blessed inside in Tralee with the county final between two Tralee teams last year and ourselves winning the club final this year. There has been plenty of colour, both Austin Stacks flags and Kerins O'Rahillys flags for the last 12 or 15 months which has been great.
That rivalry will always exist, but Moran acknowledges the strides being made by others also. You have Na Gaeil and Mitchels too, he adds.
The Na Gaeil guys obviously contributed very heavily to the Kerry set-up so football in Tralee at the moment is going very strong. The two schools are currently going in the Corn U Mhuir too which is great.
Following a successful campaign with the Kingdom, Moran has relished ORahillys Munster adventure. With East Kerry triumphing in the county championship, the Tralee outfits club win earlier in the year meant that they returned to competitive fare in the province.
It doesn't feel that long a year because we have been winning which is great. It is great to be still involved at this time of the year, it is a special place to be for a club.
We are really looking forward to it because it is not some place we are ultra used to being. We've only been there once before so we are looking forward to it.