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James O'Donoghue leads Legion past Paul Geaney's Dingle, while Gooch and Dr Crokes also advance

In the Cork SFC, reigning champions Carbery Rangers had an easy win.

KILLARNEY LEGION SQUEEZED past Dingle in the Kerry club championship quarter-final replay today.

Conor Keane handed Legion the 1-12 to 1-11 victory with a score seven minutes from time in a game that saw two of the finest forwards in the county go head-to-head.

Paul Geaney posted 1-3 for Dingle, while James O’Donoghue finished with three points for the eventual winners.

Elsewhere reigning All-Ireland champions Dr Crokes ran out five point winners over Rathmore to book their place in the final.

Kerry star Paul Murphy found the net for Rathmore inside the opening minute of the game, but Crokes recovered to lead by 0-10 to 1-5 at half-time.

Daithí Casey slotted home a second-half penalty while Colm Cooper finished with five points in the 1-15 to 1-10 win.

In round 1 of the relegation playoff, Austin Stacks defeated Kerins O’Rahillys by 1-15 to 0-9.

O’Rahillys lost former Sydney Swans man Tommy Walsh to injury after 45 minutes, as David Mannix led the Rockies to victory.

In the Cork SFC, reigning champions Carbery Rangers ran out convincing 2-15 to 1-4 winners over Clonakilty in the first round.

John Hayes and Robbie Kiely scored the goals for the winning team, while John O’Rourke kicked a few fine scores as they cruised to victory.

In the same competition, Carbery were held to a 1-13 to 0-16 draw by Illen Rovers after extra-time.

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