Home Tag Archives: joe kernan

Tag Archives: joe kernan

Joe Kernan Slams “Diabolical” Refereeing In International Rules After Loss To Australia

Ireland failed to retain the Cormac McAnallen trophy with a loss to Australia in this morning’s International Rules Series second test.  Coming into the this morning’s tie, the Boys In Green were chasing a ten-point deficit from the first test last week in Adelaide. If for some reason any Irish player or supporter had not been pumped before throw-in, this …

Read More »

Lee Keegan Has Been Ruled Out Of Ireland’s International Rules Squad For Upcoming Series

Unfortunately for the Irish international rules team, Lee Keegan will miss out on the upcoming series in Australia. Ireland manager Joe Kernan has confirmed that the Mayo star has picked up an injury which will rule him out of the 2017 edition of the cross-over Test matches. Speaking at a press conference in the Australian embassy earlier today, Kernan stated …

Read More »

Ireland’s International Rules Squad Announced

Joe Kernan has unveiled his International rules team to play Australia. The manager of the Irish International Rules team, Joe Kernan, has unveiled his team to take on Australia in the upcoming test on November 21st. In all Kernan has selected nine All Stars, including Footballer of the Year, Jack McCaffrey. The Dublin player is joined in a strong squad …

Read More »

The Greatest Half Time Team Talks – Joe Kernan, Armagh v Kerry 2002

The Iceberg Effect: When an act of greatness is witnessed without the observer realising the effort which has been expended in preparation to make the act possible.  Joe Kernan was prepared. He had his loser’s plaque. His friend and Armagh businessman Eamonn Mackle had purchased an All Ireland winners medal at auction (there were none in Armagh to be borrowed …

Read More »