Conor Lane from Cork will referee the final replay, after Dublin and Kerry Performed a draw on Sunday afternoon.

After officiating the 2016 attracted game and year’s showpiece, lane will take charge of the closing.
He has overseen several high profile matches this summer, including Dublin ‘s All-Ireland semi-final win over Mayo, Donegal last victory over Cavan along with the Leinster semi-final between Kildare and the Dubs.
The Banteer guy had been a linesman into David Gough, and the standby referee on Sunday. Despite debate from the lead-up into Sunday’s clash enclosing Meath native Gough’s appointment, it has been accepted that he did a very nice job.
Meanwhile, a decrease in ticket prices has been announced for the playoff. Stand tickets have been put terrace at $30, at $60, while $10 children’s tickets will soon be accessible from the competing counties. It’s not anticipated that they’ll go on general sale.
Watch Dublin vs Kerry in the replay live on Sky Sports on Saturday.
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