GIRL power was in full swing in Kilflynn on Sunday afternoon, when ladies from Abbeydorney and Kilflynn showed how it's done at this year's All Ireland Hot Road finals.
Local driver Denise Relihan took the All-Ireland title in the ladies category, followed closely by Linda Lynch from Abbeydorney who took the silver medal.
In fact, the national hot rod finals proved a hugely successful outing for Kerry and west Limerick on Sunday, with several drivers coming home in the top three in their categories.
In class two, Kilflynn driver Mike Power came home in second place, while in class three Matt Behan from Abbeyfeale won the All-Ireland title, with Ollie Lynch from Abbeydorney coming in second.
In class four, the overall title was won by Newcastle West's PJ Costello, and in Class five the honours went to Abbeyfeale's Joe Power with Kilflynn's Jonathan Russell taking silver.
It was an Abbeyfeale one, two in class six, where Noel McNamara took the title ahead of John Power, with Listowel's John Scanlon claiming bronze.
It was a hugely successful day from a Kerry point of view in the Rookie Junior competition, with Castleisland's Gearoid Daly taking the title, followed by Niall Stack from Listowel's in second. Tommy Mc Elligott from Abbeyfeale claimed the third spot, with Kilflynn's Jason Power coming a credible front.
Other results on the day included a second and third place finish from Dwayne McCoy and Gavin Reidy from Abbeyfeale in the Junior 1B group; while in the Junior 2 category, the winners was Newcastle West's Craig Searles from Newcastle West, followed by Abbeyfeale's Kieran O'Dywer and Ben Thorton.
Sunday's 'Champion of Champions' race, meanwhile, also saw the title go to west Limerick, with Joe Power taking honours, followed by PJ Costello of Newcastle West. Abbeyfeale's Declan Brouder also claimed silver in the junior section on Sunday, rounding off a truly impressive day for Kerry and west Limerick.