All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Kerry 1-18 Tyrone 0-18, Croke Park FT
All-Ireland MFC semi-final
Kerry 0-13 Galway 0-14, Croke Park FT
The Kingdom looked out of this game at half time but they fought back and now we look forward to an incredible final against their old rivals Dublin. That's it from us for another week.
SFC: Kerry 1-18 Tyrone 0-18 FT
Incredible second half by Kerry who get their reward with a place in the final.
SFC: Kerry 1-18 Tyrone 0-18
Black card for Stephen O'Brien as Harte converts a free.
SFC: Kerry 1-18 Tyrone 0-17
Clifford is class as he kicked his fifth point.
We could have extra time in this one!!!
SFC: Kerry 1-17 Tyrone 0-17
McShane points a straight forward free.
SFC: Kerry 1-17 Tyrone 0-16
O'Brien puts four between them, 73 minutes gone.
SFC: Kerry 1-16 Tyrone 0-16
Sub Darren McCurry takes his point, 72 minutes played.
SFC: Kerry 1-16 Tyrone 0-15
Geaney and O'Brien combine for the former to score.
SFC: Kerry 1-15 Tyrone 0-15
Just a goal between them as Richie Donnelly points.
SFC: Kerry 1-15 Tyrone 0-14
McShane with a beauty from play.
Tommy Walsh has made a huge difference since coming on, setting up scores and winning frees.
Credit to Kerry here, they really have stepped up to the plate in this second half.
Tyrone need a score or two or this game will slip away from them.
SFC: Kerry 1-15 Tyrone 0-13
Super effort by Clifford, his fourth of the day.
Tyrone are struggling at the minute, Kerry have really stepped up in this second half.
SFC: Kerry 1-14 Tyrone 0-13
Huge kick by O'Shea from a free off the ground.
Shane Ryan with a good save but Peter Harte's fisted effort was weak.
SFC: Kerry 1-13 Tyrone 0-13
Morgan converts his second '45 of the game.
Killian Spillane is replaced by Dara Moynihan.
Burns goes for goal but is brilliantly blocked down by O'Beaglaoich. 45 for Tyrone.
SFC: Kerry 1-13 Tyrone 0-12
O'Brien adds a point to his goal.
Goal - Kerry
Stephen O'Brien is on the end of a quick move to slot home.
SFC: Kerry 0-12 Tyrone 0-12
Walsh to Clifford and point scored.
SFC: Kerry 0-11 Tyrone 0-12
David Moran kicks a splendid score.
SFC: Kerry 0-10 Tyrone 0-12
Cracking score by McAliskey off the outside of the right boot.
Conor McAlsikey is on for Sludden.
Kerry are very much in this game without playing particularly well.
Crowley is back on McShane.
Jason Foley is off now..
Tommy Walsh is on for Kerry.
SFC: Kerry 0-10 Tyrone 0-11
Jack Sherwood with a cracking score there.
Crowley handles the ball on the ground and McShane puts the 30 metre free wide.
SFC: Kerry 0-09 Tyrone 0-11
From the hands, O'Shea points a 35 metre free.
SFC: Kerry 0-08 Tyrone 0-11
Off the ball incident sees Tyrone win a free in from 35 metres, which McShane kicks over the bar.
SFC: Kerry 0-08 Tyrone 0-10
Another close range free for O'Shea to tap over.
SFC: Kerry 0-07 Tyrone 0-10
McShane wins and takes the free himself.
McShane blasts wide, but play is brought back and a free in given.
SFC: Kerry 0-07 Tyrone 0-09
Good start by Kerry as Geaney points from a tight angle.
Sludden is wide of the target after another good Tyrone move.
SFC: Kerry 0-06 Tyrone 0-09
Simple free for O'Shea to convert.
Geaney then wins a free on the 20 metre line, soft enough free.
Geaney and Sludden are booked at the start of the second half.
Actually its Shane Enright and not O'Beaglaoich who is gone off.
Can Kerry step up a gear? To be honest it doesn't look like it.
Jack Sherwood is also on for Adrian Spillane and Brian O'Beaglaoich.
Gavin Whyte is coming on for Kerry for the second half.
SFC: Kerry 0-05 Tyrone 0-09 HT
Tyrone have been the dominant force in the opening half and look very comfortable, still only four points between the teams.
Only 33,848 at today's semi final..
SFC: Kerry 0-05 Tyrone 0-09
Great team move by Tyrone ends with Sludden kicking a point.
Kerry look inexperienced, in fairness they are a young side.
This is poor from Kerry, they look very naiive out there.
Tyrone are the better side throughout this first half, but their lead is only three points.
SFC: Kerry 0-05 Tyrone 0-08
Mattie Donnelly takes the pass from McShane and points.
O'Shea is wide on this occasion.
Free in to Kerry on the 45 metre line, O'Shea to take.
Kerry kick their fourth wide of the game, they are under more pressure kicking for scores than Tyrone.
Kerry have not hit top gear yet and that's due to the Tyrone defence being set up very well.
SFC: Kerry 0-05 Tyrone 0-07
A third point for McShane, he's winning everything.
SFC: Kerry 0-05 Tyrone 0-06
O'Shea drills the '45 over the bar.
'45 for Kerry after Padraig Hamspey carries the ball out over the line.
SFC: Kerry 0-04 Tyrone 0-06
McShane hits the target again, he's winning his duel with Jason Foley.
Clifford gives the ball away easily there.
SFC: Kerry 0-04 Tyrone 0-05
Niall Sludden weaves his way into space and kicks a good score.
SFC: Kerry 0-04 Tyrone 0-04
Some wasteful passing going on, mostly by Tyrone as Clifford takes control and scores.
A lot of off the ball stuff going on here, but it's adding to the atmosphere, which has been subdued up until now.
SFC: Kerry 0-03 Tyrone 0-04
'45 for Tyrone which Morgan takes and sends over the bar.
SFC: Kerry 0-03 Tyrone 0-03
Poor kick out goes to Paul Geaney who points.
SFC: Kerry 0-02 Tyrone 0-03
Sean O'Shea slots over a free for Kerry.
Not sure what the attendance is but we'd be surprised if it's even near the 50,000 mark.
The Kerry defence is all over the shop at the minute, they are struggling to find their men as Tyrone pull them all over the place.
SFC: Kerry 0-01 Tyrone 0-03
Mattie Donnelly with a sublime effort there.
SFC: Kerry 0-01 Tyrone 0-02
Long ball in by Burns and Cathal McShane wins possession and points.
SFC: Kerry 0-01 Tyrone 0-01
Silly free for Tyrone to give away and Clifford points from 20 metres.
SFC: Kerry 0-00 Tyrone 0-01
Michael McKernan takes the pass from Frank Burns and points.
Gavin Crowley looks for the defence splitting pass, but Niall Morgan comes out and deals with the problem.
First shot in anger falls to David Clifford, but his effort is wide.
Looks like McNamee on Clifford. Meyler starting on O’Shea. Morley picking up Donnelly who has started in full forward line.
Both teams getting bodies behind the ball when the opposition are in possession.
We're almost set here for what should be a cracking encounter.
Big discussion in the RTE studio as to whether or not Tyrone will change their tactics, we very much doubt it somehow.
In comes No.17 Michael Cassidy for Hugh P. McGeary No.19 Richie Donnelly in for No.9 Brian Kennedy & No.20 Padraig Hampsey in for No. 13 Darren McCurry
David Clifford is out doing the warm up and looks fit to start.
Brian Ó Beaglaoich in for Gavin White.
MFC: Kerry 0-13 Galway 0-14 FT
It's all over and Galway progress to the final, while Kerry's dominance in the minor grade comes to an end. Excellent game of football where both sides deserve great credit.
Galway playing keep ball now as they try to run down the clock.
Tense stuff in the final few minutes, will Kerry get one more chance to equalise?
Another throw up as the ref adjudges the kick out to be taken too quickly and it's Galway who are punished, but the manage to win a free out.
MFC: Kerry 0-13 Galway 0-14
Geaney pulls one back straight away.
MFC: Kerry 0-12 Galway 0-14
Surely that's it now as Cox points and Galway lead by two points.
Galway win a free in the middle of the park, they are slowing things down now.
Three minutes of added time to be played in Croke Park.
O'Connor kicks well wide now. Time running out for the Kingdom.
Hassett's effort comes back off the post. Is there luck out today??
Geaney is wide, Kerry need a score out of all the possession they have.
Both sides making a number of changes now, who will see it out, Galway by one with six minutes remaining.
Terrible wide for Galway, there were options both sides there, but the ball was blasted wide.
MFC: Kerry 0-12 Galway 0-13
Culhane takes the '45 short receives the pass back and points.
And then Burns makes another equally as good a save at the other end.
O'Halloran pulls off another excellent save from Hassett's shot.
MFC: Kerry 0-12 Galway 0-12
Culhane points a 20 metre free.
Wide for Kerry as we enter the final ten minutes.
Culhane is wide from a free as Galway bring on Niall Cunningham for Nathan Granger.
MFC: Kerry 0-12 Galway 0-11
O'Shea bears down on goal, but his shot for a goal is just over the cross bar.
Kerry bring off Darragh Lynch, the wing forward was having a decent game, could be an injury though.
The referee is taking no messing when the sides take a quick kick out, that's twice now he has thrown the ball up for the offence, once each for both sides.
MFC: Kerry 0-11 Galway 0-11
Score for score now as Warren Seoige points for the Tribesmen.
MFC: Kerry 0-11 Galway 0-10
Some excellent scores by both sides, Darragh Lynch with the latest for Kerry.
MFC: Kerry 0-10 Galway 0-10
Ah great score for Galway as Brady lofts over an excellent score.
MFC: Kerry 0-10 Galway 0-09
Great response by Galway as Culhane points from play.
MFC: Kerry 0-10 Galway 0-08
O'Shea points on the turn, great score.
Kerry looking a lot more composed on front of goal in this half.
MFC: Kerry 0-09 Galway 0-08
Culhane settles Galway nerves with their first score of the second half.
MFC: Kerry 0-09 Galway 0-07
O'Connor adds a point, serious start by the Kingdom.
MFC: Kerry 0-08 Galway 0-07
Geaney edges the Kingdom in front. This is a bit like Dublin last night.
MFC: Kerry 0-07 Galway 0-07
Great start to the second half for Kerry as Lynch and Crowley point to tie the game.
MFC: Kerry 0-05 Galway 0-07 HT
Galway certainly finished the better side, but Kerry will rue a number of missed chances yet they are just two points down at the break; big second half coming up here.
One minute of added time..
O'Connor with a sweet point.
Nothing comes from the '45..
Goal chance for Galway but Devon Burns gets down well to save at the expense of a '45; good save by the Kerry goalkeeper.
We're into the last five minutes of the first half as Galway lead by two points.
MFC: Kerry 0-05 Galway 0-07
A direct run by O'Connor ends with the centre forward kicking a fine point.
Following a slow start, Galway are well on top here as Kerry are struggling to create chances which is mainly down to a well organised Galway defence.
MFC: Kerry 0-04 Galway 0-07
Galway move three points clear thanks to a pointed free by Culhane.
MFC: Kerry 0-04 Galway 0-06
Galway go two clear again as wing back Cian Heron comes forward to score.
MFC: Kerry 0-04 Galway 0-05
Correction, hawkeye was called into action and ruled out Geaney's score.
MFC: Kerry 0-05 Galway 0-05
Score of the game so far as Geaney points from the wing while on the run, great score young man..
MFC: Kerry 0-04 Galway 0-05
O'Shea misses a scoreable free for Kerry, but then Dylan Geaney points from play with the help of the upright.
Kerry have plenty of ball, but the seem a little clueless in the final third.
Couple of wasteful wides by Kerry in the last couple of minutes, Galway hav really grown into this game as the half wears on.
MFC: Kerry 0-03 Galway 0-05
Tom Culhane points a 20 metre free.
MFC: Kerry 0-03 Galway 0-04
Cox from long range, that's two good scores from the Galway forward.
MFC: Kerry 0-03 Galway 0-03
O'Shea from the tightest of angles fires over a great score for Kerry.
MFC: Kerry 0-02 Galway 0-03
Daniel Cox sends over a fine score.
MFC: Kerry 0-02 Galway 0-02
Well worked score for Galway on that occasion as Evan Nolan points.
The 45 drops short and Kerry win a free out. Nervy start by Galway here as Kerry look more composed on the ball, long way to go yet though.
'45 for Galway after a pointed effort is deflected wide.
MFC: Kerry 0-03 Galway 0-01
Well worked score for the Kingdom comes off the boot of Darragh Lynch.
MFC: Kerry 0-02 Galway 0-01
Great save by the Galway 'keeper Donie O'Halloran at the expense of a point for Emmett O'Shea.
That was a well taken point by the Galway youngster after their attack looked to be going nowhere.
MFC: Kerry 0-00 Galway 0-01
Dylan Brady launches over a good score for Galway.
The 45 is kicked wide by Jack O'Connor.
Early goal chance for Kerry but Emmet O'Shea's low shot is blocked out for a '45.
Galway win the toss and opt to play into the Davoren End in the first half.
Kerry: Devon Burns; Luke Chester, Alan Dineen, Kieran O'Sullivan; Eoghan O'Sullivan, Adam Curran, Sean O'Brien; Cathal Ó Beaglaoich, Ronan Collins; Colin Crowley, Jack O'Connor, Darragh Lynch; Dylan Geaney, Gearoid Hassett, Emmett O'Shea.
Kerry are also represented in the minor semi final as they take on Galway at 1.30pm. We will be back closer to then to bring you all the team news and any other interesting facts that may arise.
This is a tough game to call and one that looks set to be a lot closer than last night's clash between Dublin and Mayo.
We have an intriguing game this afternoon as two great sides of the decade face off for the right to play the Dubs in this year's final.
Will it be Kerry or Tyrone that face Dublin in this year's All-Ireland SFC semi-final?
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