David Gough has been appointed referee for the All-Ireland Football Championship final between Dublin and Kerry.
Debate arose in recent days over whether Gough, who lives and works in Dublin should be given the task, with former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice saying it would be an "injustice" and Aidan O'Mahony adding it would put pressure on the referee.
It will be Gough's first time to referee the senior final.
Noel Mooney from Cavan will officiate the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Final between Cork and Galway.
Gough, who is a member of the Slane club, was the man-in-the middle for the 2015 Minor Final between Kerry and Tipperary, and he has also refereed the 2013 All-Ireland Under 21 final in between Cork and Galway, the 2017 Connacht Final, the 2018 Ulster Final, and the 2018 AIB Senior Club Final.
His umpires on the day will be Dean Gough, Eugene Gough, Stephen Gough, and Terry Gough, who are all members of the Slane club.
Cork's Conor Lane will be the standby referee. The other linesman is Barry Cassidy (Derry) and the Sideline official will be Sean Hurson (Tyrone).
Good to see @goughd4 appointed for All Ireland final. Comfortably the country's best referee. Modest, great understanding of the game, player oriented, consults carefully with other officials & not afraid to change a decision if he’s not sure.— Joe Brolly (@JoeBrolly1993) August 14, 2019