KERRY star Declan O'Sullivan was sent off as Dr Crokes cruised past South Kerry in the third round of the Kerry SFC.
The Killarney side won out 0-11 to 0-5 despite Colm Cooper's failure to score -- 'the Gooch' was well marshalled by Kerry team-mate Killian Young.
The combination side's misery was complete when O'Sullivan was shown a straight red for lashing out at an opponent who had him pinned on the ground.
Anthony Maher is an injury concern for Jack O'Connor as he was forced from the field during Feale Rangers' defeat to Mid Kerry with a hip injury. Paul Galvin also featured for Rangers in the second half.
Tommy Griffin played his first full game since February as he helped Dingle just edge out a Seamus Scanlon-inspired St Kieran's 2-12 to 3-8, with Kerry panellist David Geaney kicking eight points for the winners.