Kerry claimed their 38th All-Ireland title with an entertaining victory over Galway on Sunday. Kevin McStay and Michael Foley join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to look back on what may become known as the Clifford-Walsh final.

While the supremely talented forwards stole the show, it was also a victory that owed much to the 'hod carriers' on the Kerry team - Stephen O'Brien, Jason Foley and Graham O'Sullivan excelling.

Could you make the case for Shane Walsh as player of the match? Kevin suggested a shared award, but you have to go back nearly 30 years for the last time a player from the losing side was handed the award after an All-Ireland final.

Padraic Joyce was unhappy with the free awarded against John Daly with the score at 0-16 apiece, but Kevin and Mick both thought Sean Hurson got that call right.

For the third time, Jack O'Connor has won a league and championship double in the first year of his Kerry tenure. Kevin and Mick give some insight into his management style.

Finally, in the wake of Brian Cody's retirement from management, Rory has a suggestion for his next role with Kilkenny GAA.

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