Tuesday December 1, 2020

For me, basketballers in the GAA have always been the best decision-makers. You look at Liam McHale, Jason Sherlock, or Stephen O’Hanlon with Monaghan this year

Four-time Kerry All-Ireland football winner Kieran Donaghy has turned his hand to helping the county’s hurlers, but in an entirely different code he plays basketball for Tralee Warriors, and is determined to see the sport on national television before long

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

7th April, 2019
Kieran Donaghy Pic: Valerie O’Sullivan

CV: Kieran Donaghy

Role: salesman, sportsman and a few other things


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