The Kerry Senior Hurling Championship final ended in incredible drama at Austin Stack Park in Tralee on Sunday.
Lixnaw were two points up with the game five minutes into injury time when Kilmoyley were awarded a penalty by referee Fergal Horgan.
With the last puck of the game, Daniel Collins stepped up, attempting to win the game for his side.
However, Lixnaw keeper Martin Stackpoole stopped the shot. The rebound was struck to the net but the final whistle had already been blown.
Who says hurling doesn’t matter in Kerry @LixnawGAA are the Kingpins for 2018 after a dramatic win over Kilmoyley- A penalty save in the last action of the game secured the win #GAA pic.twitter.com/bSlMoC9aaS
— Donal Barry (@BarryDonal) August 26, 2018
The 1-16 to 2-11 victory for Lixnaw saw them claim their ninth Kerry SHC title.
Skip to the 11-minute mark below to see the drama unfold.
Video: Moss Joe Browne