David Coldrick confirmed as the referee for Dublin-Kerry All-Ireland final
Published 08/09/2015 | 16:47
Meath’s David Coldrick will referee the All-Ireland final showdown between Dublin and Kerry on Sunday week.
This will be his third All-Ireland final having previously handled the 2007 decider between Cork and Kerry and the 2010 final clash between Cork and Down.
An experienced official he took charge of the All-Ireland quarter final between Kerry and Kildare this season as well as the Ulster final between Donegal and Monaghan and the Leinster semi-final between Down and Kildare.
Cavan’s Joe McQuillan who refereed the drawn semi-final between Dublin and Mayo is the stand-by referee. The other linesman is Cork’s Conor Lane.
It is a double for Meath as Slane clubman David Gough will referee the minor decider between Munster rivals Kerry and Tipperary.