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Now displaying: August, 2017
Aug 22, 2017

Maurice Fitzgerald is a Kerry footballing legend. In a county that routinely produces wonderful stylish players, he is often held up as one of the greatest of all. He was known for exuding class at almost every touch of the ball but none more so than in his iconic sideline point against Dublin in the 2001 All-Ireland quarter final. As well as being one of the best points in GAA history, it was of huge significance as it levelled the scoreline late in what was a do-or-die setting between traditional rivals and the first quarter final in GAA history. Balls spoke to his former teammate Dara Ó Cinnéide about what it was that made him stand out.

 

You can follow 'The Cult Of...' series as we delve into some of the most fascinating cult sporting moments. Whether it's Maurice Fitzgerald's majestic sideline point or the Clare team that came from nowhere in 1995, it's always 100% Irish. Please drink Bulmers responsibly.

Aug 9, 2017

For the third episode in our King Crisps King of the Hill podcast, we talk to two Dublin GAA legends in Brian Mullins and Bernard Brogan Jr. to find out just what it is about Hill 16 that has helped Dublin teams perform at their very best over various decades.

 

This episode is being brought to you by King as part of the #KingoftheHill campaign. Stay tuned to King social media pages for the rest of the summer for more #KingoftheHill videos and competitions.

Aug 8, 2017

Paddy Joe Burke is synonymous with Roscommon GAA. Having coined the nickname 'the Rossies' way back in 1982, the Roscommon super-fan is well known for his loyalty and passion for his beloved county team. Balls spoke to Paddy Joe to get a sense of what it is that sparked this passion as well as how it has managed to stay so fervent down through the years.

You can follow 'The Cult Of...' series as we delve into some of the most fascinating cult sporting moments. Whether it's Maurice Fitzgerald's majestic sideline point or the Clare team that came from nowhere in 1995, it's always 100% Irish. Please drink Bulmers responsibly.

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