1979 All-Ireland Football Final: Kerry v Dublin
Dublin are making history by contesting a sixth successive All-Ireland football final – the first county to do so since Wexford 60 years before. Their Leinster final win was just about prised from Offaly with a late goal and top scorer Jimmy Keaveney was sent off and is still suspended. Kerry are in scintillating form. In the Munster championship they put nine goals past Clare and have arrived in this final on the back of a 19-point demolition of Monaghan. A major challenge for the veteran Dubs.
This DVD has the full match as originally broadcast. Kerry 3-13 Dublin 1-08