- City: Caraquet
- Province: New Brunswick
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Kerry and Dublin is the traditional rivalry of Gaelic Football and this will be the third Kerry-Dublin final this decade.
Dublin emerged as one-point winners in 2011 thanks to a last minute score from goalkeeper Stephen Cluxton. Kerry had led by four points with eight minutes to go.
In 2015, Dublin won the first of their current four consecutive titles. Kerry were the All-Ireland holders, but were drowned in a Dublin tide that has not yet stopped.
Dublin have not lost a Championship game since their defeat to Donegal in the 2014 Semi-Final, while Kerry reached only the last four in 2016 and 2017, before failing to make it out of the inaugural Super 8s series in 2018, the Quarter-FInal stage.
The teams have faced each other 29 times in Championship football. Kerry lead the way with 17 victories, compared to Dublin’s 10. However, momentum is with Dublin who have won the last four Championship meetings.
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