LiveTracker - Sunday 26 June 2022

All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals:

Galway 2-21 Armagh 3-18 AET (Galway win 4-1 on penalties)

Kerry 1-18 Mayo 0-13 FT


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A routine win for Kerry as Mayo didn't quite rise to the occasion. It wasn't as dramatic as the Galway-Armagh game but the Kingdom won't care about that.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final full time: Kerry 1-18 Mayo 0-13

Jack O'Connor's charges ease through to the All-Ireland semi-final stage, where they will take on Dublin in a fortnight. That's all four provincial winners safely through to the last four.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-18 Mayo 0-13

O'Shea taps over a free from in front of the posts in the first of four added minutes.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-17 Mayo 0-13

Flynn kicks a consolation score to break up Kerry's match-winning scoring sequence of seven without reply.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-17 Mayo 0-12

It's all too easy now for the Kingdom. Geaney increases his personal tally.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-16 Mayo 0-12

O'Shea finds himself with just Hennelly to beat but is content to take his point.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-15 Mayo 0-12

Just over seven minutes from the end of normal time, Geaney makes it five without reply for Kerry.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-14 Mayo 0-12

Spillane teases another one over as the Munster champions start to flex their muscle.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-13 Mayo 0-12

The tireless Tom O'Sullivan blasts the ball over the bar after O'Shea sold a shopful of dummies. Geaney calls for the mark and taps over his team's 13th point. Four between them with 13 minutes to go.


Kerry appeared to have extended their cushion to three but Hawk-Eye intervenes and rules out Spillane's curling shot.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-11 Mayo 0-12

Moran gathers Clifford's clever defence-splitting handpass and takes his second point. Four unanswered Kingdom points have put a different complexion on the scoreboard.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-10 Mayo 0-12

Carr moves up through the gears and drives over a twelfth Mayo point.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-10 Mayo 0-11

Poor Mayo wides from Flynn and Ruane after Paddy Durcan cannoned a shot off the upright and the rebound unluckily evaded Coen. David Clifford drops a free inches over the crossbar and Killian Spillane replaces Moynihan.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-9 Mayo 0-11

Matthew Ruane on target over his own shoulder. With 25 minutes left, there's just a point between the teams. This one could go either way. Kerry have not impressed so far.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-9 Mayo 0-10

Jordan Flynn hits back with a confident strike and we are back to a one-point game once more. Graham O'Sullivan replies after Kerry got away with a couple of loose passes.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-8 Mayo 0-9

O'Sullivan accelerates beyond the Mayo rearguard to fist his second point of the game.


Lee Keegan with his second wide of the day three minutes into the second half. James Carr has replaced Jack Carney in the Mayo team. Aidan O'Shea returns to the fray.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final half time: Kerry 1-7 Mayo 0-9

Yellow card for Kerry midfielder Diarmuid O'Connor. McLoughlin gets a sight of goal but flashes his effort inches over the Kerry bar to leave just a point between the teams at the end of a tense first half played in slippery underfoot conditions.


All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Kerry 1-7 Mayo 0-8

Moran executes a classy point in the second of three added minutes at the end of the first half.

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