1987 All-Ireland Football Final: Meath v Cork


Two teams new to the big time. Cork under the management of former captain Billy Morgan have brought the curtain down on Mick O’Dwyer’s great Kerry team and ridden out some tight finishes courtesy of Larry Tompkins’s free taking. Meath are managed by the Dunboyne herbalist Seán Boylan and have finally established themselves in Leinster for the first time in a generation with a long serving panel of players, who are anxious to make up for lost time. It’s also the first shot in what will become football’s biggest rivalry of the era. This DVD has the full match as originally broadcast. Meath 1-14 Cork 0-11

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