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Galway will put up difficult hurdles but Kerry will clear the final fence and take title

John O'Dowd


This is Kerry’s moment. One last hurdle to jump over. They will not trip and fall now’

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John O'Dowd says that while Galway have made remarkable progress this year and good enough to potentially win the All-Ireland title, he believes it will be Kerry's day on Sunday

John O'Dowd says that while Galway have made remarkable progress this year and good enough to potentially win the All-Ireland title, he believes it will be Kerry's day on Sunday

John O'Dowd says that while Galway have made remarkable progress this year and good enough to potentially win the All-Ireland title, he believes it will be Kerry's day on Sunday

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It will probably amount to nothing more than a hat of crabs when the ball is thrown in by referee Sean Hurson at 3.30pm on Sunday afternoon, but Kerry’s most recent meeting with Galway could certainly influence some of the tactics that are employed by both teams.

Cast your minds back to Saturday, May 15 last year, at Austin Stack Park in Tralee, when the National League finally got going after being disrupted by yet another miserable Covid-19 lockdown. Padraic Joyce and his Tribesmen came to Kerry to get their season off to a positive start, but it didn’t work out as they had intended.


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