GAA grounds

We have been made aware that a number of our anglers are under the impression that the GAA is responsible for the new fencing close to the Kerry bridge in the GAA grounds. This fencing has been in place now for quite a while.  The work was done by Kerry County Council at the request of a private individual who was concerned about anti-social behaviour at the bridge. The only issue for the club was that a locked gate at the end of the path at the riverside blocked a right of way for anglers. This gate is now permanently open, so anglers should have no issue with the fence.

We wish to make it abundantly clear that the GAA have absolutely no responsibility either for having it erected or in maintaining it. If any member feels aggrieved at the fencing, we would ask them to take up the issue with Kerry County Council who were responsible for the fence.