1995 All-Ireland Football Final: Dublin v Tyrone


The decade to date has been one of perennial disappointment for Dublin. Having lost to the ultimate champions in each of the past three years, the desperation to regain Sam Maguire is by now almost unbearable. Pat O’Neill’s team are favourites after an awesome Leinster final win over Meath and a narrower victory against Munster champions Cork. Tyrone are the latest challengers from Ulster, built on back-to-back under-21 titles, the unprecedented momentum of football in the province and the formidable presence of Peter Canavan. Dublin feature the teenage Jason Sherlock, whose arrival has re-energised the team’s attack. A controversial and hard-fought final awaits. Dublin 1-10 Tyrone 0-12

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