Kerins O’Rahillys Club Championship Tie With Kenmare To Be Live-Streamed

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Gavin O’Brien in action from the Kerins O’Rahillys v Kenmare Shamrocks game at Austin Stack Park last September. Photo by Dermot Crean

KERRY GAA has announced that NEMETON will stream two games from Round 1 of the Kerry Petroleum Club Championship including Kerins O’rahillys clash with Kenmare.

These games can be viewed on a laptop, desktop, tablet, iPad or smartphone so fans who can’t attend the game due to COVID-19 restrictions can watch the action.

The cost to watch the stream of the Kerry Petroleum Round 1 game is €5. The game will be streamed on the Kerry GAA website.

The games to be streamed next weekend are Dr Crokes V Templenoe Friday July 24th at 7pm and Kenmare Shamrocks V Kerins O’Rahillys Saturday July 25th at 3pm. Commentators for streaming are Gary O’Sullivan & Conall Ó Ciobháin.

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Meanwhile, Kerry GAA has partnered with Future Ticketing to establish an e-ticketing system for the upcoming games.

All tickets will be pre-purchased with maximum attendances set in accordance with government guidelines. The e-ticketing system also removes the need for volunteers to handle cash at the gates.

Since the Government has deferred the intended increase in numbers allowed to attend games, a maximum of 200 people are only allowed attend.

With this restriction in place, Kerry GAA will not have tickets on public sale but they will  once the limit increases to 500, hopefully from the middle of August.

For the opening games, the Club Secretary or nominated Club person will have 40 tickets to sell for each game through the e-ticketing system. Further details on this system have been communicated directly to clubs.

Once Kerry GAA are allowed to increase to 500, GAA supporters will be encouraged to go on the Kerry GAA website and purchase a ticket using a credit or debit card. The ticket will be emailed to the email address provided.

On match day all tickets from either mobile phones or print outs will be scanned using hi-tech laser mobile scanners at each venue, this ensures that full contact tracing information for all attendees will be available to statutory authorities if required.

All data is controlled by Kerry GAA and managed in accordance with GDPR regulations with data processing and storage supplied by Future Ticketing & Amazon Web Services.

Kerry GAA says it is essential to follow Health and Safety guidance at all times, therefore they must insist that people only attend the game if they have a ticket.

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