In Dublin, the biggest sporting fixture in the Irish calendar - the Gaelic Athletic Association's All-Ireland Football Final - has been won by Kerry.
SV AND GV Dublin attack and score through Number (3 shots)
GV Crowd celebrate goal.
SV Kerry men (in green uniforms) attack and score three points. (5 shots)
SV and GV Kerry man attack and put ball over bar for 1 point. (9 shots)
SV and GV in second half Kerry men attack and score three points (4 shots)
MICHAEL O'HEHIR: "Jimmy attempts to go one, goes the other, kicks and... (crowd noise)".
RICHARD WHITMORE: "But Dublin's joy was short-lived - as the Kerry men turned the game into a rout. A score over the bar is worth one point; a goal in the net, three."
MICHAEL O'HEHIR: (made inaudible by crowd noise)"...and it's goal. (crowd noise)...."and he is really motoring now, after looking completely out of contention. This is (indistinct) going through for Kerry....and going in now for this pass. It should work this time. He gates it back now to John Eagon (phonetic). Eagon's shot....(crowd noise).... and it is another goal."
COMMENTATORS: MICHAEL O'HEHIR OF RTE AND RICHARD WHITMORE OF THE BBC.
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Background: In Dublin, the biggest sporting fixture in the Irish calendar - the Gaelic Athletic Association's All-Ireland Football Final - has been won by Kerry. Dublin has dominated the Cup final in recent years but in sunday's match (September 24), the home team went down by an unexpectedly big margin to the Kerry men who won 26 points to nine. Gaelic football reportedly combines the best of soccer and rugby, and is a strictly amateur spot. The commentators are Michael O'Hehir and Richard Whitmore.....