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Former Waterford star Kelly in shemozzle with Barry Coughlan during club final

Not one for the faint-hearted.

Ballygunner's Barry Coughlan and Passage's Eoin Kelly battle for possession.
Ballygunner's Barry Coughlan and Passage's Eoin Kelly battle for possession.
Image: Ken Sutton/INPHO

FORMER WATERFORD INTER-COUNTY star Eoin Kelly was involved in an incident with current Déise full-back Barry Coughlan in yesterday’s Waterford SHC final.

The Passage full-forward, 34, who retired from inter-county duty in 2012 to end a career that included two All-Stars and four Munster titles, scored two points (one free) in yesterday’s final as his side were comfortably dispatched by Ballygunner, 4-20 to 1-12.

It was a third Waterford crown in a row for the men in red and black but the first-half clash between Kelly and Coughlan, particularly the Passage man’s input, has been the focus of the post-match reaction.

Both Kelly and Coughlan are shown yellow cards by Portlaw referee Michael O’Brien afterwards.

Source: Paddy O'Paddy/YouTube

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