The most eagerly-awaited match of this year's national football league took place tonight as Kerry welcomed holders Dublin to Tralee.
The All-Ireland champions were bidding to extend their astonishing unbeaten run in league and championship to 34 games - a record set by the Kingdom 84 years ago. No quarter was asked or given at Austin Stack Park.
Also in Division One, table toppers Tyrone traveled to Ballybofey to take on neighbours Donegal in an Ulster derby tat delivered an eye-catching result.
Elsewhere, in-form Down entertained top-of-the-table Kildare in Division Two and Carlow hosted Waterford in Division Four.