1991 All-Ireland Football Final: Down v Meath
An enthralling season reaches its climax. Meath’s four-match saga with Dublin in the first round had got the summer off to an unforgettable start. Eventually Seán Boylan’s team have reached the All-Ireland final to face unexpected opposition.
Having become the first Ulster county to defeat
Munster opponents in the championship since 1961, Down
are confident. They have never lost an All-Ireland
final and Meath are on their tenth match of the
season. Something has to give. Down 1-16 Meath 1-14