• Short Summary

    Galway beat Kerry in the Gaelic Football Cup Final from Croke Park.

  • Description

    Full title reads: "Croke Park. Galway Win The Final".

    Croke Park, Dublin, Eire, Southern Ireland, Republic of Ireland.

    GV The teams marching on the pitch behind a pipe band at the beginning of the Gaelic Football Cup Final. SV Irish President Sean Lemass watching. CU Lemass. GV The start of the game and Galway kicking right to left go onto the attack. GV Galway attacking as player kicks point and it goes between posts. SV Crowd. GV Galway attack, Leyden has the ball and he is being worried by O'Sullivan. Leyden passes and a fowl is committed giving a free kick to Galway. CU Man in crowd. GV Dunne taking the kick goes between posts for another point. SV Crowd. GV Galway attacking. McDonagh punches the ball towards goal Gulloty catches it and kicks it up field. GV Kerry on the attack and a Kerry player kicks a point which goes through posts. GV Crowd and score board at half time. Galway leading. GV Kerry attacking in the 2nd half. GV Kerry attacking the ball is cleared and a fowl is committed. CU Crowd. GV Kerry player taking free kick it goes between posts for a point to Kerry. GV Crowd. GV Play in mid field. SV Players struggling for ball which runs loose and is kicked up field by a Galway player. GV McDonagh catches the ball and punches a point. GV Crowd. GV Galway attacking. The ball is kicked up field to Tyrell who punches the ball in the centre to Cleary who tries to pass the ball hits a Kerry player and bounces back to Cleary and Cleary punches a point. GV Crowd cheering at end of game. SV Galway Captain Bonnellan going up to receive the cup. GV Crowd cheering and waving. SV Mr Alf Murray presenting the cup to Bonnellan who holds it above his head.

    (Orig.Neg.) (Special For Ireland)

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    Film ID:
    Media URN:
    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:39:46:00 / 01:41:41:00
    64/80 (Special For Ireland)

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