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Legendary Kerry star books a place in this year's Cork football final

Tomás Ó Sé and Nemo Rangers are through to the Cork SFC decider.

Ó Sé transferred to Nemo last year.
Ó Sé transferred to Nemo last year.
Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

HE’S ONE OF the most decorated footballers in Kerry — and now Tomás Ó Sé is setting his sights on titles in Cork.

The Kingdom legend will have a chance to win the Cork senior football title later this month after helping his adopted club Nemo Rangers into another county final.

Ó Sé, who works in Fermoy and transferred to Nemo last year, lined out at full-back against Carbery Rangers this afternoon.

Nemo edged a close battle by 1-11 to 0-13 and will now play either Castlehaven or O’Donovan Rossa in the decider.

On top of all of his inter-county honours, O Sé won two Kerry championships and a Munster title with hometown club An Ghaeltacht, but was denied an All-Ireland by Caltra of Galway in 2004.

Surely he can make room on the mantelpiece for another medal.

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