Conor Lane to referee All-Ireland final replay between Dublin and Kerry

The All-Ireland final Match will be refereed by conor Lane from Cork, after Dublin and Kerry Performed a draw on Sunday afternoon.

After officiating the 2016 drawn game and year’s showpiece, lane will take charge of the final.
He’s mastered several high profile matches this summer, such as the Leinster semi-final involving the Dubs and Kildare, Donegal’s Ulster victory over Cavan along with Dublin ‘s All-Ireland semi-final triumph over Mayo.
The Banteer man was the standby referee on Sunday, along with a linesman to David Gough. It’s been accepted that he did a very fine job despite debate in the lead-up to Sunday’s struggle surrounding the appointment of Meath native Gough.
A reduction in ticket prices was declared for the replay. Stand tickets have been set patio at $30, at $60, whereas children’s tickets will soon be available from the counties that were competing. It’s not expected that they’ll go on sale.
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