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22/06/2023, 12:57 PM
The focus so far this week has been on mid-season reflection, with Billy Dennehy discussing the probable ins and outs once the 1st of July opens the transfer window, and Steven Conway talking to Radio Kerry about long-term planning:


As for the trip to the Carlisle Grounds, there will be a fuller squad now that the Leaving is winding to a conclusion, and while it's hard to see any points accruing tomorrow, breaking the 5-game goal drought would be a good start in itself.

23/06/2023, 11:44 AM
I'm not sure what to expect from this evening. Scoring a goal would be a good start. Hopefully they will have benefitted from the break and can start applying lessons learned more consistently. Hopefully there will be signings in July to help with that like a certain announcement from Treaty!

23/06/2023, 6:53 PM
4 changes from the last game. The whole team has gotten plenty of game time this season. They need consistency.

23/06/2023, 6:59 PM
Already a goal down, so could well be a long night ahead.

23/06/2023, 8:25 PM
Gaxha scores again in Bray. Some positive anyway. Nearly a repeat of the game from earlier in the season.

23/06/2023, 8:55 PM
Along with Cian Brosnan right at the death - that second Bray goal just before HT was the real killer blow.

23/06/2023, 9:52 PM
Terrible mistake giving the ball away and punished by a spectacular first goal by Bray. Gaxha took his goal well after the goal kick. The second goal before half time was another cracker by Bray but also a killer. Possibly a foul but Bray took their third goal well. Clinical finish.
Brosnan's goal gave us hope. Great to score off the back of a set piece ourselves for a change. Didn't really threaten for an equaliser though. A lack of composure for a few chances that were on. Moves broke down too easily.
Kerry will have to park the bus next week. Returning to Galway. The scene of the crime. Hopefully into July then there will be some quality additions. Need to start picking up points and form before the FAI Cup.