A QUICK glance of the statistics will point one to a simple conclusion ahead of Sunday - surely this is going to be five-in-a-row for Kerry in the Munster Junior Club Football Championship?
The achievement of a 'five-in-a-row' will always have a degree of infamy in the Kingdom after Seamus Darby's exploits in 1982 but recent history and current performances make Kenmare the overwhelming favourites in advance of Sunday's final in Mallow.
Of the nine competitions played in this grade, Kerry sides have only failed to win it twice (Annascaul in 2003, Keel in 2007) and on both occasions they were defeated by Cork opposition.
Kenmare club chairman Andy O'Sullivan says that the club are keeping their feet firmly on the ground in advance of next Sunday however.
"It's a Munster Final for Cappamore as much as it is for us, I'm sure they are going to come out of the dressing-room fired up for the challenge like we will be and its up to us to get the job done on the pitch first before we can start to think about anything else," he told The Kerryman.
Limerick teams have provided Kerry will their final opposition in three of the last four stagings of the competition, Bruff gave Skellig Rangers a fright in 2008 but Mountcollins and Bruree were no where near either Castlegregory or St Marys in the 2009 and 2010 finals.
Cappamore border Bruff but the club's most famous export is rugby player John Hayes who won County U21 medals with the club back in the mid-nineties.
After defeating Kilteely/Dromkeen in the Limerick final in early November they have since defeated Tipperary's Borrisokane and Clare's Clarecastle to set up a meeting with Kenmare in the final.
They will look to Diarmuid and Sean Sheehy along with Andy Murphy and Tommy O'Donoghue for inspiration but even though Kenmare are waiting on the fitness of Aaron O'Callaghan ahead of Sunday, it's hard to see the five-in-a-row being stopped.