1973 All-Ireland Football Final: Cork v Galway (highlights only)
Captained by goalkeeper Billy Morgan Cork are back in an All-Ireland football final for the first time since 1945. Nineteen-year old Jimmy Barry-Murphy is one of the stars of an attack that has hit five goals against both Kerry and Tyrone. Opponents Galway are experienced at this level but are missing their own young corner forward sensation John Tobin who is injured. None the less having defeated champions Offaly in the semi-final Galway have high hopes of an eighth All-Ireland.
Note – Highlights only for this match (30 mins.) as that is the all the recorded footage that still exists.
This DVD also has highlights of the 1972 Final (33 mins.) and the 1974 Final (34 Mins.) Cork (3-17) Galway (2-13)