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Can anyone stop Kilmoyley from completing the three-in-a-row?

Damian Stack


County and Munster champions are a target for every other club in the race for the Neilus Flynn Cup

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Every other club in the competition will be out to match Kilmoyley's 2021/22 exploits and reclaim the famous Neilus Flynn Cup for themselves Photo by Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus

Every other club in the competition will be out to match Kilmoyley's 2021/22 exploits and reclaim the famous Neilus Flynn Cup for themselves Photo by Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus

Every other club in the competition will be out to match Kilmoyley's 2021/22 exploits and reclaim the famous Neilus Flynn Cup for themselves Photo by Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus

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For one glorious afternoon, Dublin, Croke Park and its environs at least, belonged to Kilmoyley. The lamp-posts all the way along the Clonliffe and Jones’ roads declaring ‘Best of Luck’ to Kilmoyley.

Despite the end result, it was the type of day any club would dream to have. To call it special doesn’t even do it justice. It was next to near magical as hurling people from the little enclave in North Kerry made the Hogan Stand a home-from-home.


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