WATCH: Crazy commentary and wild celebrations at Leitrim County Final

By Stephen Barry

No victory is quite as sweet as one gained with a last-minute score.

But even the ‘Hail Mary’ option seemed to have failed Mohill as Glencar-Manorhamilton looked set to clear their lines and collect the silverware.

However a dramatic turnover found its way to Ronan Kennedy – the coolest man in Carrick-on-Shannon – who calmly side-stepped the final defender and rolled the ball to the net.

And then, “Look at the celebrations that’s going on!”

By the way, see if you can spot the wheeling celebrations of one Mohill player, who goes on an immediate lap of honour after the final whistle!

The significance of the 1-4 to 0-6 victory was especially great as it was the club’s first Fenagh Cup since the passing of Philly McGuinness.

It was a fact not lost on the club that named their grounds after the inter-county footballer.


H/T: SportsJOE.ie

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