÷ COLM O'ROURKE insists the [...]

March 2013
Daily Mail;3/29/2013, p55
÷ COLM O'ROURKE insists the most famous goal in Meath football history would not have been scored in the modern era. O'Rourke was involved in the move that led to Kevin Foley's four-in-a-row goal against Dublin at Croke Park in 1991.


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