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Dublin: 6°C Saturday 28 November 2020

We are not 100% sure if Roscommon's David Keenan meant this sublime chip

Clare and Tipperary scored a host of fine points in the Division 4 final, meanwhile, but Martin O’Leary’s goal stood out.

Updated 21:15

ROSCOMMON DEFEATED CAVAN by two points in this evening’s Allianz Football League Division 3 final at Croke Park. Donie Shine scored six points and Rossies goalkeeper Darren O’Malley saved a Cavan penalty but David Keenan will be the talk of his county for weeks to come.

With his team trailing by four points, heading into half-time, Keenan went on an epic, solo run and chipped Conor Gilsenan in the Cavan goal. Judge for yourself if the effort was a superbly judged dink or a point attempt that dropped short.

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Clare and Tipperary served up some sumptuous points in this afternoon’s Allianz Football League Division 4 final at Croke Park.

The Premier County edged The Banner by a point, with Conor Sweeney’s 1-8 proving significant for Tipperary. However the honour of score of the game goes to Clare’s Martin O’Leary for his evasiveness, speed and power in netting a second-half goal.

Check out the game’s highlights here:

Source: TG4/YouTube

As it happened: Tipperary v Clare, Division 4 football league final

Sweeney sweeps Tipp to Division 4 glory against Clare

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