GALLERY: Cork relegated after defeat to Kerry

The Kingdom were comfortable five point winners this afternoon at Austin Stack Park

BY Cian Roche 17:16 Sunday 3 April 2016, 17:16 3 Apr 2016

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Kerry 0-20

Cork 1-12

Kerry booked their place in the League semi-finals this afternoon for the first time since 2012. Cork, on the other hand, were relegated to Division Two after a five-point loss and Monaghan's win over Donegal.

A game which featured a red card, a black card and a Colm O'Neill penalty, Kerry looked comfortable for large swathes of the game.

The Kingdom will face Roscommon next week in the semi-final, while tougher challenges remain. Dublin maintained their 100% record  with a win over the Rossies this afternoon but the Connacht side produced a strong second half showing to put some respectability on the scoreline.

Cork's Michael Shields receives a red card from referee David Gough 

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Padraig O’Connor under pressure from Tom Clancy and Colm O'Driscoll of Cork. 

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Shane Enright and Brian Hurley of Cork contest possession.

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Referee David Gough shows Kerry's Peter Crowley a black card

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