Quote Message: That Tyrone group, I'm not sure they could have given any more. There was no need for Mickey Harte to reconstruct his team after that first half. Kerry corrected things at half-time and the goal came at the perfect time for them. From there, Tyrone never looked like winning the game. The final - Dublin are just so dominant, I'll be surprised if they don't win it by ten points. Kerry are great but they have nothing compared to Dublin. I think Dublin will relish the pressure of going for five in a row. I really can't see Kerry doing it. from Enda McGinley Radio Ulster summariser
- Quote Message: Kerry certainly were a different side in the second half. They were a lot cuter and more patient when they attacked. That drew Tyrone out a bit more and that created space. Once they got a chance, Kerry were incredibly efficient up front. The same can't be said for Tyrone, they missed quite a few opportunities. They didn't get that extra score to thwart the Kerry revival. David Clifford kicked a couple of worldies and ultimately that's what changed the game. These games hinge on moments of excellence and Clifford has delivered a couple of them. I still think Tyrone are a top three or four side. I thought they were going to win today but I just think in the second half they couldn't secure enough possession to get the ball to Cathal McShane, who was red-hot on the day. from Chrissy McKaigue Radio Ulster summariser
A superb revival after the break sees Kerry overcome Tyrone to win at Croke Park and reach the final.
They took the lead for the first time when Stephen O'Brien scored a goal midway through the second half and they moved up a gear to see the game off, despite another impressive scoring display from Tyrone forward Cathal McShane.
It's a Dublin v Kerry final then in three weeks.
Stephen O'Brien picks up a black card.
David Clifford with a massive point for Kerry.
A free from Cathal McShane means it's down to three points in it again.
Stephen O'Brien's point means Tyrone need two scores again.
Darren McCurry slots over for Tyrone.
Three minutes of injury-time left.
Three points in it now as Richard Donnelly gets a point.
- Quote Message: Tyrone have not been able to secure possession for long enough in this second half to give McShane and Donnelly that service. They just can't get the ball into them. from Chrissy McKaigue Radio Ulster summariser
The angle was tight but that didn't bother Cathal McShane as he fires over to bring Tyrone to within four points with just a few minutes left.
David Clifford and his Kerry team-mates have really stepped it up in this second period. Kerry have scored 1-10 since half-time.
Kerry are hot right now and David Clifford claims his second point of the second-half from play.
Sean O'Shea with a free for the Kingdom.
Niall Morgan couldn't afford to miss there - and he didn't.
Think we're in for an exciting final 10 minutes here.
Eight-point swing and the complexion of this game has completely changed. Now, Kerry are all over Tyrone and it's the Red Hands who are struggling to come up with an answer.Quote Message: Suddenly the space has opened up, they were making turnovers and you can see the confidence in their game now. They're all looking the ball now. Tyrone need to get a foot-hold in this game. Kerry have managed to get their own attacking game going but Tyrone need to respond quickly. from Enda McGinley Radio Ulster summariser
Stephen O'Brien collects a clever Paul Geaney pass and finishes well to put Kerry in front with the first goal of the match.
He adds a point soon after.
It's been coming and David Clifford brings Kerry level.
Two points in a minute - one from each side - as Connor McAliskey hits a great strike for Tyrone before David Moran replies for Kerry.
Chrissy McKaigue feels as though Kerry are showing more patience and intelligence in possession. Despite not changing their defensive set-up dramatically, they've hauled themselves back into this semi-final.Quote Message: We're seeing that Kerry are much more patient, there's less turnover so Tyrone don't have as much possession. That's the biggest change. They haven't changed much in the way they've set-up defensively but they're creating decent scoring opportunities which they weren't doing in the first half. from Chrissy McKaigue Radio Ulster summariser