WHEN Sean Óg Sheehy raised the Sam Maguire high over his head on the steps of the Hogan Stand in 1962 he was writing himself into the history books next to his legendary father, John Joe, who captained Kerry to victory on two occasions, 1926 and 1930.That 1962 final was a real family affair as Sean Óg's two brother, Niall and Paudie, were also on the Kerry team that defeated Roscommon that day. Paudie (in the 1960 defeat to Down) and Niall (in the 1964 defeat to Galway) also captained Kerry in All-Ireland finals. Sean Óg became captain as his club, John Mitchels, were county champions. In fact, that great club set a record by winning five county championship titles in a row at that time, something that may never be equalled. Paudie Sheehy, then team captain, was sensationally dropped from the team for the 1953 All-Ireland final win over Armagh, with Jas Murphy being handed the honour. Sean Óg later admitted that he had seriously considered handing over the captaincy to Paudie before the 1962 final as he had been so disappointed following the 1953 final. Paudie died at the young age of 35. Sean Óg was small and light, very speedy and lightning fast to pick up the breaking ball and a great reader of the game. He was first selected for a league game in 1961 and played his last game when he came on a sub against Mayo in 1964. He scored one goal in seven Championship appearances. His father, John Joe, scored 4-22 in just eight appearances, Niall had 26 appearances, Paudie scored 6-56 in 35 appearances, and another brother, Brian, played three times in the Championship, scoring a goal. Sean Óg played with John Mitchels, UCC and UCD. He won seven county senior championships, including the five-in-a-row. He won one All-Ireland senior medal, one National League, two Munster championships and one Munster Junior medal. Niall Sheehy tells the story of this magnificent family for the documentary.