Ryder Cup no match for pride and passion of Croker

Ryder Cup no match for pride and passion of Croker

There are some times when we should step back and appreciate remarkable achievements.

There are some times when we should step back and appreciate remarkable achievements. Today’s All-Ireland football final is such a moment. Given its amateur status, it is, without doubt, one of the most extraordinary sporting achievements in the world. Here is what sport was meant to be about, a love affair for the players and the spectators, a game rooted in communities and voluntary help, an occasion that is as much about family and parish as it is about county and province.

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