Watch: Mark Kehoe scores wonder goal as UCC seal Fitzgibbon-Sigerson double

Watch: Mark Kehoe scores wonder goal as UCC seal Fitzgibbon-Sigerson double

Tipperary's Mark Kehoe made a big mark on the national stage with an incredible piece of skill hitting a wonder goal which put UCC on their way to an impressive 2-21 to 0-13 win over Mary I in the Fitzgibbon Cup final.

The strike, early in today's final at WIT, gave the Leeside college the lead in a game where they pushed on the impressive victory.

Keogh would score 1-4 as he helped UCC to a remarkable 39th Fitzgibbon Cup title.

Today's win also the college the 'double' - as their footballers claimed Sigerson Cup glory earlier this week.

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