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Kerry player assessments after their five-point All Ireland quarter-final triumph over Derry

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Brian Ó Beaglaoich and Diarmuid O’Connor were best in class on a tricky enough assignment for the green and gold

Diarmuid O’Connor of Kerry, right, and Kerry manager Jack O’Connor celebrate after the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-final match between Kerry and Derry at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Ben McShane/Sportsfile

Kerry’s retention rate from kick-outs was again very good – it was eight out of nine in the first half alone for instance – and Ryan was assured as usual, dealing well with one dropping ball in the second half. Got forward on occasion, but to little effect.

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