Eamonn Fitzmaurice and his backroom team have committed to another year at the helm of Kerry football.
Kerry County Board Chairman Patrick O’Sullivan confirmed that last year's All-Ireland winning manager would be in charge of the Kingdom for a fourth year in 2016.
Fitzmaurice sparked specualtion about his future yesterday when he was non-committal in an interview with RTE.
“My term is up now,” he told RTE’s Joanne Cantwell.
“I’ve three years done. You know a lot of us have a lot of thinking and talking to do and we’ll do that in time as well."
First and foremost, it was great to be in Croke Park to see Dublin win an All-Ireland title and both the players and management deserve huge credit for securing the county's third All-Ireland in in just five years.
Diarmuid Connolly had his red card from the drawn All-Ireland semi-final rescinded by a 2-1 majority of the DRA tribunal and it was only the second time in the history of the GAA that the DRA panel had not been unanimous.
Dublin forward Bernard Brogan revealed that his family were worried that Bernard senior wouldn't make it to Croke Park because of illness, but luckily was well enough to take in All-Ireland success in person.
Philly McMahon has paid tribute to the Harris brothers and everyone associated with Dublin Football who passed away this year following his team’s All Ireland win over Kerry yesterday.
Former Kerry All-Ireland winner Mike Quirke was one of the many observers last night unhappy that Dublin corner back Philly McMahon escaped unpunished after an unsavoury incident with Kerry's Kieran Donaghy.