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Kilmoyley goalkeeper John Brendan O'Halloran and Banagher corner-forward Steafan McCloskey embrace after Kilmoyley's victory in the All Ireland Club IHC semi-final in Bekan, Mayo on Sunday afternoon Photo by Ciara Buckley

Kilmoyley goalkeeper John Brendan O'Halloran and Banagher corner-forward Steafan McCloskey embrace after Kilmoyley's victory in the All Ireland Club IHC semi-final in Bekan, Mayo on Sunday afternoon Photo by Ciara Buckley

Kilmoyley goalkeeper John Brendan O'Halloran and Banagher corner-forward Steafan McCloskey embrace after Kilmoyley's victory in the All Ireland Club IHC semi-final in Bekan, Mayo on Sunday afternoon Photo by Ciara Buckley

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Pleased? Yes, absolutely. Who wouldn’t be having seen their side qualify for Croke Park and an All Ireland final. Satisfied, though? Well that’s a different question entirely.

In a lot of ways no, Maurice Murnane wasn’t entirely satisfied by what he saw. There’s “a lot to work on” he commented (more than once), but at the same time Kilmoyley doing as Kilmoyley do and finding a way has to have warmed the cockles of his heart.


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