Kerry senior football manager Peter Keane has reportedly suffered a dislocated shoulder while climbing Carrauntoohil.

The Irish Examiner report that Keane suffered a fall while descending the Kerry mountain and was eventually taken to hospital in Tralee after a wait of several hours.

Keane is understood to have been discharged from hospital on Tuesday evening and will continue his recovery at home.

The injury rounds off a testing week for Keane after his side suffered a dramatic last-gasp defeat to Cork in extra time at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday evening.

Cork's Mark Keane hit the back of the Kerry net with the final kick of the game to dump the Kingdom out the championship. 

Keane, still trying to absorb what had such occurred in the driving rain in the Rebel County, told RTÉ Sport: "Obviously there's no doubt about it, it's disappointing. But I suppose you have to congratulate Cork. They never let us get away. 

"When you are hanging on like that, it is always dangerous for a goal and that is what happened to us. We are obviously disappointed."