Kerry kingpins Dr. Crokes capped 2018 with a comfortable victory in the East Kerry Senior football final, cruising past Kilcummin 3-24 to 1-8.
It has been a sensational year for the Kerry and Munster champions, who will take on Mullinalaghta in the All-Ireland semi-final next February. This has been an extremely busy month for the Killarney based club having played the semi-final against Rathmore last week while also winning their fourth league in a row with a 2-20 to 3-12 win over Kerins O'Rahilly's before that.
Despite the packed schedule Crokes continue to muster slick offensive football, with a goal from Kieran O’Leary perfect evidence of that today. The former Kerry captain finished a spectacular effort from 25-years after some superb build-up play.
— Dr. Crokes GAA (@DrCrokesGAA) December 22, 2018
The goal effectively ended the game as a contest as it made it 2-11 to 0-2 at half-time.
Attention now turns to an All-Ireland title challenge, as Pat O'Shea's side go in search of an honour they last won in 2017.