East Kerry won their first Kerry SFC title since 1999 on Sunday, stopping Dr Crokes' bid for a fourth consecutive Kingdom victory.
It was an easy win in the end for the divisional side, one this year comprised of players from Firies, Fossa, Spa, Glenflesk, Listry and Gneeveguilla.
East Kerry claimed the win on a 2-14 to 1-7 scoreline.
After taking a three-point lead into the break, East Kerry extended it further with a superb David Clifford goal just after half-time.
The two-time All-Star ran onto a pass from full-forward Dara Roche, hopped once and soloed once before firing to Shane Murphy's net to put his side seven points up.
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Midway through the second half, Clifford returned the favour to Dara Roche by setting him up for East Kerry's second goal.
David Clifford scored 1-3 while Roche scored 1-2 but it was David's brother Paudie who was named Man of the Match.
You can view the highlights from the game below. Watch out for Tony Brosnan's two superb points early in the game for Dr Crokes. Brosnan scored 0-4 in total.
GAANOW was in Austin Stack Park as @EastKerryGAA claimed a first @Kerry_Official SFC title in 20 years and in so denied @DrCrokesGAA a place in the @AIB_GAA @MunsterGAA senior football championship! pic.twitter.com/wOtlKUk6Gq
— The GAA (@officialgaa) November 12, 2019