Cor­ner turned feels se­lec­tor

The Kerryman (Tralee Edition) - - SPORT -

FEALE Rangers se­lec­tor Johnny Mul­vi­hill, while ob­vi­ously dis­ap­pointed, sees the pos­i­tives for his de­spite their de­feat on Sun­day. “Very dis­ap­pointed,” he said. “The spirit was very good in the camp. Kier­ans they brought in four or five subs and I think they turned the game in their favour and the send­ing off didn’t help us. It was four­teen against fif­teen there against the wind, but Kier­ans are a very good out­fit as they showed against Crokes. I hope they go on and do their best and you know they could win the County Cham­pi­onship.

“Brian Scan­lan is coach­ing us and Kieran Quirke is help­ing and the boys brought into their type of foot­ball and I must say that there’s good tal­ent in the Feale Rangers team and I think if they stay with it they’ll be a very good team next year.

“Jimmy Deeni­han spoke very well af­ter the game and asked the boys to com­mit for next year al­ready and we’ve a great buy in and it’s great to see Feale Rangers back mak­ing an im­pact and not just play­ing the game, want­ing to play in the County Cham­pi­onship.

“The new for­mat will help Feale Rangers in the long term,” he con­cluded.

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