There's no let up for fans of gaelic football in the Kingdom. After the dramatics in last weekend's Kerry club championship, the senior county championship - which brings in the county's divisional sides - is up and running this weekend.
There is still one big remaining fixture from the club championship that many from outside the county are greatly remaining.
While Dingle won the senior club championship last Saturday, the intermediate final still needs to be fixed. Fossa are looking to go from Premier Junior to senior after a single season in intermediate, and won a famous intermediate semifinal against Austin Stacks in penalties. However the club will wait have to wait a number of weeks before they can play their final against Milltown/Castlemaine.
That's because a number of Fossa players, including David and Paudie Clifford, will be playing for East Kerry this weekend, while a number of Milltown/Castlemaine players will be lining out for Mid-Kerry.
Both East and Mid Kerry are two of the better divisional sides in Kerry, with both expected to go far in this year's county championship, and the intermediate final will not take place until both sides are out.
It is expected the intermediate final won't be fixed for another 5-7 weeks
Which Team represents Kerry in the All-Ireland Club Championship?
The winning team of the Kerry County Championship goes on to represent Kerry in the Munster championship. However, if the winner of the county championship is a divisional side like it was last year, the winners of the Senior Club Championship go on to represent the Kingdom in the Muster Championship.
For example, if David Clifford's East Kerry divisional side, or any regional side for that matter goes on to win the county championship, Dingle will go on to represent Kerry in the Munster Championship.