Tag: kerry

Nation Celebrates Two-In-A-Row

THERE were jubilant scenes after Dublin crashed out of the GAA senior football championship at the semi-final stage for the second consecutive year, sparking nationwide celebrations yesterday. “It’s a young squad, they could do three-in-a-row, maybe even four,” said one ecstatic GAA fan, who had to weather a 6-year drought of Dublin victories before the… Read more »

Five Possible Locations Fungie Is Hiding Out In

WITH Ireland’s most loved sea mammal still currently missing at the time of writing, WWN speculates as to the whereabouts of Fungie the dolphin in a bid to bring some hope to our distraught nation. After highly scientific calculations which involved attaching the guesses to the Winning Streak wheel and spinning, WWN can reveal the… Read more »

Divers Find Dolphin Mass Grave In Dingle

DIVERS searching for Fungi the dolphin in Dingle have discovered a ‘mass grave’ site underwater where an estimated 20-30 seperate remains have been found, WWN has learned. The graves, marked with the name Fungi followed by a number and year of death, are believed to have been the final resting places of a series of… Read more »

5 Ways Kerry Can Stop Dublin

THE ALL-IRELAND final replay is almost upon us and after pushing a 14-man Dublin right to the final whistle, Kerry will be understandably disappointed they didn’t take their chance. Can a refocused Dublin who have well and truly been delivered a wake up call be beaten in the replay? WWN Sport looks at the 5… Read more »