After Kerry and Dublin played out a draw on Sunday afternoon, the Match will be refereed by conor Lane from Cork.

Lane will take control of the final, after officiating past year’s showpiece and the 2016 drawn game.
He’s overseen several high profile games including the Leinster semi-final involving the Dubs and Kildare, Donegal victory over Cavan and Dublin ’s All-Ireland semi-final win over Mayo.
The Banteer man had been a linesman to David Gough, along with the referee on Sunday. Despite debate from the lead-up to Sunday’s clash enclosing Meath native Gough’s appointment, it has been largely accepted that he did a very fine job.
A decrease in ticket prices was declared for the playoff. Stand tickets are set terrace at $30, at $60, while $10 children’s tickets will be accessible from the counties that were competing. It’s not anticipated that they will go on general sale.
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