PAUL ROUSE: No finer tribute from one brother to another

There are things that a book can do for you that defy adequate explanation. It is a something deeply personal, a connection made with the words that lingers long after the book is closed and laid down. 

Cormac McAnallen celebrates after Tyrone's historic victory over Kerry in the 2003 All-Ireland SFC final.

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