The Kerry County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) (or Kerry GAA) is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland, and is responsible for Gaelic games in County Kerry. The county board is also responsible for the Kerry inter-county teams. The Kerry branch of the Gaelic Athletic Association was founded in 1888. Gaelic football is the dominant sport in the county, with both the men’s and women’s teams among the strongest in the country at senior level. In hurling, the men’s side compete in the sport’s secondary inter-county competition, the Christy Ring, while the camogie team does not compete at senior level. Kerry have been the most successful team in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, topping the list of counties for All-Irelands won. They have won the competition on 37 occasions, including two four-in-a-rows (1929–1932, 1978–1981) and two three-in-a-rows (1939–1941, 1984–1986). The Ó Sé family are particularly renowned: beginning with Páidí, they have had at least one member play a part in all 22 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Finals that Kerry have participated in between 1975 and 2014.