Historic path is of little concern

August 2015
Daily Mail;8/24/2015, p34
UNLIKE the emotional scenes that unfolded in Killarney back in 2012, there was no Kerry player choking back sobs after finally putting one over a Mickey Hartemanaged Tyrone team in Croke Park.


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