All-Ireland SFC final
Dublin 1-16 Kerry 1-16, Croke Park, 3.30pm FT
All-Ireland MFC final
Cork 3-20 Galway 3-14, Croke Park, 1pm AET
The replay has been fixed for Saturday week! That's all from me on a highly entertaining day at Croke Park - thanks for reading!
All-Ireland SFC final full time: Dublin 1-16 Kerry 1-16
We'll have a replay. What a game that was. Fourteen-man Dublin hold on to get a second bite at the cherry. There'll be plenty of talk about the red card and the not red card and the penalty and Cluxton's extraordinary save.
Rock elects to take it off the ground and drags it wide...
Free. Sean O'Shea in high on Paddy Small and this is going to be the last chance of the game - a free from the sideline...
Dubs playing keep ball.
We're in the seventh added minute...
Dublin have it back!
And Kerry break...
Dublin on the attack again...
McCaffrey wins the ball in defence. Some effort from the 14 men.
Rock! In the 74th minute! What a score under massive pressure!
We are past the 73-minute mark.
Wide from Connolly on 72 minutes!
We'll have seven minutes of injury time!
Substitute Cormac Costello equalises in the 70th minute! Wait, Hawk-eye is called and it's disallowed!
We're in the 69th minute...
Diarmuid Connolly comes on for the last two minutes and 30 seconds. Kerry on the brink of glory!
Three minutes left and it's Kerry by one...
All-Ireland SFC final: Kerry 1-16 Dublin 1-15
With Walsh wreaking havoc, O'Shea bags his tenth, then Killian Spillane gives Kerry the lead!
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-15 Kerry 1-14
Wreckless tackle from Crowley (yellow) and Rock addresses the free, splitting the posts under immense pressure.
Dublin moving the ball over and back, looking for an opening...
Sean O'Shea equalises in the 62nd minute. Are Kerry going to win this?
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-14 Kerry 1-13
In the 59th minute, substitute Tommy Walsh closes the gap to the minimum. Yellows for Howard and Clifford.
And it's a four-point swing as Kerry sub Killian Spillane fires low to the bottom right corner at the other end - 1-14 to 1-12!
Shane Ryan takes a Paddy Small effort down from oveer his crossbar!
The briliant McCaffrey helps himself to another point, Fitzsimons the architect.
Tommy Walsh is on - can he win this for the Kingdom?
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-13 Kerry 0-12
Rock arrowed over the free. We're into the last quarter.
No red card!
Tom O'Sullian pulls Small down and surely should have got either a second yellow or a black to go with his yellow?
Wide from Mannion, 20 minutes left here.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-12 Kerry 0-12
Clifford shakes off Fitzsimons again and fires a terrific point!
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-12 Kerry 0-11
No pressure applied to McCaffrey so he points off his left.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-11 Kerry 0-11
Free-in to Dublin as the advantage rule is applied following a foul on O'Callaghan. Tom O'Sullivan booked, Rock (0-7) makes no mistake.
Super play from Howard to relieve the pressure on the 14 men.
McCaffrey definitely tugged the Kerry attacker there...
O'Brien goes down looking for a penalty but Gough shakes his head.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-10 Kerry 0-11
Centre back Gavin Crowley picks a great moment to bag his first-ever championship point!
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-10 Kerry 0-10
Another O'Shea '45' sails over then McCaffrey fists a point from close to the posts.
Paul Murphy is the spare man for Kerry and Cluxton touches his pile-driver onto the crossbar and the Dubs survive a real scare!
Kerry fluff their lines and it's a goal kick.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-9 Kerry 0-9
The unerring O'Shea splits the posts with aplomb - his seventh point!
Kerry win a '45' as Geaney is dispossessed.
The action resumes. Dublin playing away from the Hill, four ahead but a man down.
When will Tommy Walsh be brought in? Dublin defence looking very vulnerable...
Remember, Kerry also missed a first-half penalty. This game is there for them now if they can produce a big second half. How will they use the extra man?
So Dublin lead by four at the break but are down to 14 men due to Jonny Cooper's red card. Quite bizarre that he wasn't substituted prior to that as he was really struggling on Clifford.
All-Ireland SFC final half time: Dublin 1-9 Kerry 0-8
O'Shea nails the free to cose the first-half scoring.
Can't say that wasn't coming. Cooper and Clifford collide and it's a second yellow for the Dubs full back. Not sure about that myself.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-9 Kerry 0-7
O'Callaghan clearly barged in the back by O'Brien and Rock knocks over the free.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-8 Kerry 0-7
O'Shea hits back from another free, McCarthy penalised this time.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-8 Kerry 0-6
O'Callaghan! Breath-taking from Dublin again, started by a Cluxton pass out to Rock.
Small joins Cooper on Gough's tightwire. Surely a change is imminent in the champions' defence?
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-7 Kerry 0-6
O'Shea chips the free over but Rock replies.
Gough is coming down hard on Dublin's off-the-ball stuff. It's a free against John Small...
Kerry have started okay but have been very wasteful.
Shane Ryan denies Con O'Callaghan but it's a free in and Rock can't miss - 1-6 to 0-5!
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 1-5 Kerry 0-5
Rock ignores the jeers by steering over a '45', won by McCaffrey.
Rock surprisingly drags a free left and wide.
Jack McCaffey! Absoutely brilliant stuff from Dublin! Cluxton to Brian Howard to Ciaran Kilkenny to Niall Scully to McCaffrey - a lung-bursting run and a blaster to the middle of the net - 1-4 to 0-5!
Cooper fouls Clifford again and goes into the book. O'Shea taps over the free and Kerry lead by the odd point from nine.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 0-4 Kerry 0-4
In the 16th minute, Mannion fists Dublin back on terms.
Jack Barry wins the aerial ball. Some start by Kerry!
All-Ireland SFC final: Kerry 0-4 Dublin 0-3
O'Shea steers over the '45' and Stephen O'Brien then fires a goal effort over the bar as the Kingdom lead for the first time.
Cluxton dives down to his right and makes a brilliant save!
Cluxton gathers Geaney's delivery but Jonny Cooper is penalised for tangling with Clifford! Geaney to take it...
Kerry win possession again!
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 0-3 Kerry 0-2
This time Clifford takes his point off the right boot after that turnaround...
Dublin dispossessed for the third time!
Wide from Clifford again.
Brilliant defending by Jack McCaffrey after David Clifford skies a shot.
Rock drops one short.
Paul Geaney's should was flying into the bottom left corner of the Dublin net but James McCarthy was there to save it with his knee!
Strong opening five minutes from Dublin.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 0-3 Kerry 0-1
Con O'Callaghan is held back and Rock taps over the free.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 0-2 Kerry 0-1
Sean O'Shea outfoxes Michael Fitzsimons and points via the inside of the upright. Dean Rock then restores Dublin's lead.
Wide from an off-balance David Clifford.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 0-1 Kerry 0-0
Paul Mannion off his right foot inside 16 seconds!
Meath referee David Gough gets us started!
National anthem over and we are ready to roll...
What a roar as the sides break away for their last huddles before the game starts!
Noise levels and temperatures rising as throw-in creeps ominously closer.
The parade is underway, Dublin on the outside. Game faces on. Jack McCaffrey all smiles as usual.
Jim Gavin and Peter Keane doing great impersonations of calm men.
Handshakes all around.
There are so many match winners in this Dublin team that it's scary, frankly. Kerry have Clifford, O'Shea, O'Brien and Moran, too, all of whom could do serious damage if they cut loose.
Soon be time for the parades and handshakes and all that...
The teams are completing their last pre-match warm-ups. I'm sure they are more than ready, though!
Stephen Cluxton wins the toss and the Dubs will play into the sea of blue on Hill 16 in the first half.
Barry has apparently been drafted into the Kerry XV to shadow Brian Fenton. But who's going to shadow the other 13?
The atmosphere in Croker is electric - as you'd expect on All-Ireland final day, of course. But there's a real feeling that this one is going to be extra special, with the five-in-a-row on the line.
Kerry burst out onto the pitch first, ahead of schedule.
Jack Barry replaces Killian Spillane in the Kerry starting XV, while it would appear that the Dubs will start as per match programme.
So, attention now turns to the senior final. Dublin V Kerry is just over 30 minutes away!
Cork also won the U20 All-Ireland, so it's been some year for the Rebels!
All-Ireland MFC final full time: Cork 3-20 Galway 3-14 (after extra time)
Having lost their opening game of the campaign by 16 points, Cork are All-Ireland minor football champions for the first time since 2000. Their captain Conor Corbett delivered a Man of the Match dislay, with 1-7.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-20 Galway 3-14 (extra time being played)
Another point for future senior star Corbett closes the scoring.
Two minutes of injury time being added...
Donie Halleran denies Man of the Match Corbett his second major!
Cunningham pulls one back - through the keeper's legs for his second goal - but the gap is still five with three minutes left, 3-19 to 3-14.
Cork full back Daniel Linehan throws his body in to deny Galway a goal!
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-19 Galway 2-14 (extra time being played)
What an impat O'Donovan has had! He spins to take a score off his right, then O'Neill adds another one.
Cork looking comfortable now. Seven minutes of extra time to go and the gap is still six points.
Galway attacker wrongly penalised for touching the ball on the ground.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-17 Galway 2-14 (half time in extra time)
The half-time whistle sounds with the Rebels bearing down on goal after intercepting the kick-out.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-17 Galway 2-14 (extra time being played)
Excellent finish on the run by O'Donovan.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-16 Galway 2-14 (extra time being played)
Culhane pops over a Galway free.
Looks like Eamon McGee's best days are behind him:
I used to play in all Ireland finals. Today I’m in a kids play centre with two different socks. #AllIrelandFinal— Eamon Mc Gee (@EamonMcGee) September 1, 2019
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-16 Galway 2-13 (extra time being played)
O'Neill adds one from play - 1-3 to no reply so far in extra time.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-15 Galway 2-13 (extra time being played)
O'Neill floats the free over and five points separate the teams for the first time.
Cork through on goal but the whistle had gone for a free-in and play is called back...
I was hoping to get a quick massage in between the two games but it looks like that won't be happening now.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 3-14 Galway 2-13 (extra time being played)
The outstanding Corbett tacks on a superb point.
Sixteen seconds into extra time, substitute Ryan O'Donovan slots the third Cork goal from close range - 3-13 to 2-13!
After that ridiculous end to the game, we'll have an additional 20 minutes. Which will take about 35 minutes.
All-Ireland MFC final full time: Galway 2-13 Cork 2-13
And extra time it is.
Left and wide from Culhane...
Free-in to Galway in the fifth added minute...
Absolutely astonishing stuff! At the other end. Corbett rolls the ball to the bottom left corner and Cork are level again - 2-13 each!
Wow! Unbelievable stuff here as substitute Niall Cunningham surely wins it for Galway with a stunning finish to the roof of the net!
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 1-13 Cork 1-13
Substitute Luke Murphy with a brilliant equaliser.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 1-13 Cork 1-12
Culhane's free creeps inside the upright and Galway are back in front!
On the stroke of the hour, O'Neill arrows over a Cork free. We'll have four additional minutes, then extra time.
Safe hands again from the Cork goalkeeper.
What. A. Goal.
Cox races in and blasts an unstoppable bullet to the roof of the Cork net and Galway are back in front with three minutes left - 1-12 to 1-11!
The Rebels in the driving seat with five minutes left.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 1-11 Galway 0-12
At the other end, Corbett (0-5) executes a great finish with his right. Cahalane then blazes a goal effort three inches over the bar!
A chance for Culhane but he carries the ball into contact and loses it.
It's still level here with eight minutes to go.
Ten minutes left.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-12 Cork 1-9
O'Neill replies from a Cork free.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-12 Cork 1-8
No prisoners taken in the Cork defence as James McLaughlin is taken down and Culhane points the resultant free. Ref might have missed a double hop there, though.
Galway clear their lines.
We're into the fourth quarter and the sides are level. Extra time, anyone?
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 1-8 Galway 0-11
Grainger brings the Tribesboys back on terms. Seventeen minutes left.
All-Ireland MFC final: Cork 1-8 Galway 0-10
What a turnaround here as Corbett points the Rebels into the lead!
And wing back Cashman cuts infield to fire over a terrific equaliser off his left boot! 1-7 to 0-10!
A huge score for the Rebels as Cahalane rolls the ball to the net beneath Hill 16 - 1-6 to 0-10!
This time O'Leary denies Grainger. But an advantage was being played and Culhane knocks over the free to make it 10-6.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-9 Cork 0-6
Patrick Campbell with a very important Cork point in the 35th minute.
Culhane denies by Cork custodian Cian O'Leary, who narrowed the angle and spread himself very well.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-9 Cork 0-5
A Culhane free has Galway's lead back out to four.
The second half is up and running now.
All-Ireland MFC final half time: Galway 0-8 Cork 0-5
Galway have settled better and are deserving half-time leaders. But wing back Darragh Cashman closed the gap to three with a sensational late strike, so all to play for here...
We have had one minute of two minutes of injury time at the end of the first half...
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-8 Cork 0-4
A free is awarded closer to the posts and Culhane strokes it over.
Yellow card for Cork's Daniel Peet for a late hit on Nolan.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-7 Cork 0-4
With two minutes left before the break, Nathan Grainger arrows over a beautiful seventh Galway point!
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-6 Cork 0-4
Corbett replies nonchalantly following good work by Jack Cahalane.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-6 Cork 0-3
Cox takes a lovely score and the beaten Connacht finalists lead by three.
Bit of a scramble close to the Galway posts but Cork can't gather prime possession and the opoortunity passes...
Seven minutes left in the first half.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-5 Cork 0-3
Daniel Cox takes his point after playing two one-twos with Cork defenders!
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-4 Cork 0-3
O'Neill opens his account and the gap is back to the minmum.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-4 Cork 0-2
A wonderful Culhane free from the left wing makes it double scores with 16 minutes played.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-3 Cork 0-2
Cuhane fires over his third of the day, this one with the right foot!
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-2 Cork 0-2
Culhane again - four excellent left-footed strikes here so far!
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-1 Cork 0-2
Cork centre forward Conor Corbett hammers over the leveller and then strokes over the lead point.
All-Ireland MFC final: Galway 0-1 Cork 0-0
But the Galway full forward atones for that miss with an excellent opening point off his left boot.
Tomo Culhane's free also goes well wide.
Evan Nolan scuffs his shot right and wide as Galway mount their first attack in the fourth minute.
Hawk-eye is called but Michael O'Neill's shot was off target, apparently. That's three fruitless Cork attacks already.
Cork wide from Hugh Murphy.
Nearly a goal chance for the Rebels inside 30 seconds but the ball is cleared.
Cavan referee Noel Mooney gets us up and running. Galway in their white change strip, attacking Hill 16.
Galway (All-Ireland MFC final v Cork): Donie Halleran; Jonathan McGrath, Ruairi King, Liam Tevnan; Cian Hernon, Ethan Fiorentini, Kyle O’Neill; James McLaughlin, Daniel O Flaherty; Evan Nolan, Warren Seoige, Dylan Brady; Nathan Grainger, Tomo Culhane, Daniel Cox.
Cork (All-Ireland MFC final v Galway): Cian O'Leary; Adam Walsh Murphy, Daniel Linehan, Daniel Peet; Darragh Cashman, Neil Lordan, Joseph O’Shea; Jack Lawton, Kelan Scannell; Hugh Murphy, Conor Corbett, Eoghan Nash; Michael O’Neill, Patrick Campbell, Jack Cahalane.
Galway of course are aiming for a billiant minor championship double...
Ten minutes away from the minor final. Both teams lost their respective provincial finals (Cork also lost their first outing) but are where they wanted to be...
I'll be back later with full blogging on all the action as the 2019 intercounty football season comes to a fitting finale.
The curtain-raiser at Croker is a tasty affair, too - Cork V Galway in the MFC final. That one throws in at 1pm.
Something will have to give in one of the most anticipated gaelic football matches in years.
The Dubs are bidding for an unprecedented fifth successive All-Ireland title, while the Kingdom are seekng their first Sam Maguire Cup success in five years.
Five is the number on everybody's mind today as Dublin and Kerry do battle in the 2019 All-Ireland SFC final at Croke Park (3:30).