Please discard last email in which I gave you misleading information on the eligibility of players for the North Kerry Intermediate, Junior and Novice competitions.
In that email I stated that if "a player who played as part of the starting 15 players in the following County Championship competitions: County Novice, Intermediate, Junior or Club or who is already named on the first 15 players submitted (i.e Senior or ‘A' team at the beginning of the year to the North Kerry Board) such players are deemed NOT eligible to play in North Kerry Intermediate, Junior, or Novice Football Championship for 2013 Season.
This is partially right from a County Board view as their competitions stipulates this.
On further investigation of our own Minutes & Records I find that there is a difference in our Competition regulations regarding the eligibility of players for these competitions.
Two things that were binding from motions submitted to convention some years back were.
(1) That the North Kerry Intermediate Championship be played and concluded within the month of August or prior to the commencement of the Senior Championship. (Tarbert)
(2) That all ‘B' named players be eligible to play in North Kerry Intermediate, Novice, and Junior Competition regardless of their participation in County Competition. (i.e all players eligible other than those on the first 15) (Ballylongford)
These key motions have never been amended or overturned in the intervening years so therefore we are bound and compelled to carry out the same procedures.
While we appreciate the County Boards stipulations. We must abide by our own rules and regulations until such time as they are amended or discarded.
Again apologies for the miss understanding, but this is the clarity we must now Abide by.
Kind Regards
Billy Enright




The CCC and the executive of the North Kerry Board have agreed that the presentation of games will be of high priority in this years championship programme. Below are some of the main points that will seriously be addressed in all of this years Championship's. Breach of these Regulations will
result in hefty Fines and discipline on Clubs and personnel.
The host venue will be responsible for the stewarding and manning of gates, doors, and other areas of their grounds and premises the directing and parking of traffic will also be the responsibility of the host club which will be conducted through negotiations with the Executive of the Bord.
The Host Club will be expected to have refreshments for the referee and Officials.
Venues will be expected to be properly lined and flagged with all entrance & exit gates manned.
Provisions must be made by the host Club to cater for members of the media.

Team for the programmes must be received by 10am on Thursday morning prior to Sunday Fixture. A day earlier if games are of a Saturday.
(1) Teams must be accurate and precise and correctly Numbered. A.N.Other or players wearing the wrong Numbers or not complying with dress code will lead to automatic fine.
(2) In the event of a clash of Colours then a toss will decide on which team Changes
Jerseys Both Clubs must be in a position to have a neutral set of jerseys available
(3) Teams must line out in proper dress, all players wearing same colour togs and socks and must line out wearing the corresponding number as to the Match Programme.
A.N. Other will no longer be allowed or accepted on team line outs or programmes.
(4) Teams contesting the Final must make their Team Lists available for Championship Programme as decided by The Officers and CCC.
(5) Teams contesting the Final will be asked their preference of three referee which will have to be submitted in writing to the referees committee. But the Final decision in re gards this issues will be decided by the Executive, The C.C.C. and the Referees committee respectively.
(6) For every Championship Game the clubs partaking will be issued with 6 (Six) Sideline passes through their Secretary to facilitate their Team and Club Officials. No extra passes will be issued.
(7) Subs must remain seated in the Dug Outs or in designated areas and must not encroach onto the sideline at any stage during the game.
(8) Match Monitors will be appointed by the Executive to overview the whole sideline situation and to work closely with the Sideline Official they will report and disruptive conduct to the Referee and afterwards to the CCC.
(9) Field incursions will be strictly monitored, The sidelines will remain clear with only the Bainsteoir and Maor Foirne from both Clubs allowed to patrol the sideline. But they will not disrupt the Sideline official in any way. Water carriers, Physios etc must remain in the Dug out or in the confines of the designated areas.
(10) Clubs must nominate two people responsible for the team, i.e. Bainsteoir and Maor Foirne these two people must be named prior to game with their names appearing on programme. They will be required to wear the Coloured bib supplied otherwise they will not be allowed onto the sidelines. These are the only two people allowed to come on the field of play re injury, instructions etc.
(11) Strictly No Children Under the age of 16 will be allowed on the sideline.
(12) Strict Fines will be imposed for breach of any of these Regulations.
No postponements or cancellations unless in accordance with Rule