The GAA has announced that Cork referee Conor Lane will take charge of the All-Ireland football final between Dublin and Tyrone. 

It will be Lane's second time in charge of the senior decider after overseeing the 2016 final between Mayo and Dublin, which ended in a draw. 

Among the games the Banteer / Lyre clubman has refereed this season were the Super 8s ties between Galway and Monaghan and Dublin versus Donegal.

Meath’s David Gough will be the standby referee with Paddy Neilan from Roscommon on the other line for the 2 September clash at Croke Park as the Dubs aim to win their fourth All-Ireland title in a row. 

Sean Hurson from Tyrone will officiate in the All-Ireland Minor final between Kerry and Galway.