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The five-year record

Published 19/08/2010 | 05:00

CORK (2005-2010)

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Who beat them?

2005: Kerry (Munster final) and All-Ireland semi-final

2006: Kerry (All-Ireland semi-final)

2007: Kerry (Munster final) and All-Ireland final

2008: Kerry (All-Ireland semi-final replay)

2009: Kerry (All-Ireland final)

2010: Kerry (Munster semi-final replay)

Total (6): Kerry 6.

Who they beat

2005: Clare (Munster semi-final), Sligo (qualifier), Galway (All-Ireland quarter-final)

2006: Limerick, Kerry (Munster championship), Donegal (All-Ireland quarter-final)

2007: Limerick, Tipperary (Munster championship), Sligo (All-Ireland quarter-final), Meath (semi-final)

2008: Limerick, Kerry (Munster championship), Kildare (All-Ireland quarter-final)

2009: Waterford, Kerry, Limerick (Munster championship), Donegal (All-Ireland quarter-final), Tyrone (semi-final)

2010: Cavan, Wexford, Limerick (qualifiers), Roscommon (All-Ireland quarter-final)

Total (22): Limerick 5, Kerry 3, Sligo 2, Donegal 2, Tipperary 1, Waterford 1, Meath 1, Kildare 1, Galway 1, Clare 1, Tyrone 1, Cavan 1, Wexford 1, Roscommon 1.

DUBLIN (2005-2010)

Who beat them?

2005: Tyrone (All-Ireland quarter-final replay)

2006: Mayo (All-Ireland semi-final)

2007: Kerry (All-Ireland semi-final)

2008: Tyrone (All-Ireland quarter-final)

2009: Kerry (All-Ireland quarter-final)

2010: Meath (Leinster semi-final)

Total (6): Tyrone 2, Kerry 2, Mayo 1, Meath 1.

Who they beat

2005: Meath, Wexford, Laois (Leinster championship)

2006: Longford, Laois, Offaly (Leinster championship), Westmeath (All-Ireland quarter-final)

2007: Meath, Offaly, Laois (Leinster championship), Derry (All-Ireland quarter-final)

2008: Louth, Westmeath, Wexford (Leinster championship)

2009: Meath, Westmeath, Kildare (Leinster championship)

2010: Wexford (Leinster championship), Tipperary, Armagh, Louth (All-Ireland qualifiers), Tyrone (All-Ireland quarter-final)

Total (22): Meath 3, Laois 3, Wexford 3, Westmeath 3, Louth 2, Offaly 2, Kildare 1, Longford 1, Derry 1, Tipperary 1, Armagh 1, Tyrone 1.

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