1967 All-Ireland Football Final: Meath v Cork


With Galway’s long domination of the All-Ireland finally over the two counties in contention to take over at the top play traditional catch-and-kick football. Meath have more experience at this level and potentially lethal forwards, who will run up a big score if given the room. Cork, with 22-year old Billy Morgan in goal, believe their tight, close marking backs will prevent that outcome. It might be the Summer of Love but this promises to be a combative final. Meath (1-09) Cork (0-09)

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