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Kerry hurling final didn’t have to be a classic to produce a classic moment

John O'Dowd


Colum Harty delivered a goal for the ages to set Causeway on their way to their second county championship triumph in four seaons

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The Causeway team celebrate with the Neilus Flynn cup after the Kerry County Senior Hurling Championship Final match between Ballyduff and Causeway at Austin Stack Park in Tralee Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

The Causeway team celebrate with the Neilus Flynn cup after the Kerry County Senior Hurling Championship Final match between Ballyduff and Causeway at Austin Stack Park in Tralee Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

John O'Dowd

John O'Dowd

Colum Harty of Causeway scores his side's first goal despite the efforts of Seán O’Connor of Ballyduff during the Kerry County Senior Hurling Championship Final match between Ballyduff and Causeway at Austin Stack Park Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Colum Harty of Causeway scores his side's first goal despite the efforts of Seán O’Connor of Ballyduff during the Kerry County Senior Hurling Championship Final match between Ballyduff and Causeway at Austin Stack Park Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

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The Causeway team celebrate with the Neilus Flynn cup after the Kerry County Senior Hurling Championship Final match between Ballyduff and Causeway at Austin Stack Park in Tralee Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

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It doesn’t have to be a classic to produce a classic moment.

Twenty-seven minutes into Sunday’s Garvey’s SuperValu county senior hurling championship final at Austin Stack Park, Causeway had hit three points on-the-trot to take a one-point lead over Ballyduff (0-6 to 0-5).


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