Kerry have beaten Tyrone in the Allianz Football League semi-final.
The Kingdom hit 5 first half goals on their way to a 6-15 to 1-14 victory which means they are joint League winners for 2021.
Three goals in 10 minutes put Kerry in command. First up was a 6th minute David Clifford penalty
Then Gavin White lobbed home from distance in the 15th minute and less than 60 seconds later Dara Moynihan netted
Kerry had opened up a 3-1 to 0-3 advantage and that's how it stood at the water break. Goal number 4 for Kerry, scored by Paul Geaney, arrived before the half hour mark
That put the Kerry lead at 4-4 to 0-5. Paul Geaney grabbed his second goal in the 35th minute of the half to make it 5-6 to 0-6.
Come half-time Kerry were ahead by 5-6 to 0-7
Events of the first half rendered the second period irrelevant in terms of the eventual outcome. Tyrone goaled 7 minutes into the second half but that would be nothing more than a consolation score. Kerry continued to tag on the points, the pick of those being a David Clifford effort from distance out by the sideline in front of the main stand. For good measure Kerry hit the net again, Jack Barry doing so 4 minutes from time.
Next up for Kerry are Clare in the Munster Championship at the end of the month.
Kerry manager, Peter Keane
Tyrone joint manager, Brian Dooher
Billy O'Shea, former Kerry captain