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Would Dublin be better off with a tougher quarter-final draw? No, absolutely not

Martin Breheny


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Con O'Callaghan could be key figure for Dublin against Cork on Saturday. Photo: Sportsfile

Con O'Callaghan could be key figure for Dublin against Cork on Saturday. Photo: Sportsfile

Con O'Callaghan could be key figure for Dublin against Cork on Saturday. Photo: Sportsfile

The gods like Dublin. Not only are they blessed with having had the best squad and most efficient production lines in their history, they are enjoying it at a time when the combined power of the main traditional rivals in Leinster is at an all-time low.

This year, Dublin launched the extension of their long-time provincial dominance with a 23-point win over Wexford, who went into the championship with a league ranking of 30 (from 32).


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