JOHN FOGARTY: Wisdom of crowds will make up GAA’s mind

Thirteen years ago, provincial finals were exactly that — finals. The cream came to the top in each quadrant, writes John Fogarty

Kerry required a Declan O’Sullivan second-half goal to see off Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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