Dingle boss Padraig Corcoran says the absence of Mikey Geaney’s leadership for most of the second half was a “huge loss”

There was no doubting Padraig Corcoran’s great disappointment for what it was: a huge chance for his side to qualify for a county final which they would dearly go on to win.

orcoran doesn’t seem the sort to have let his mind get ahead of himself ahead of an October 30 meeting with Mid Kerry, but the Dingle manager was still processing that one-point defeat to East Kerry – torn from his side in the 65th minute by a thunderous Paul Murphy winner – a good half hour after the final whistle, trying to decode his thoughts.

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