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Brilliant video captures what it means to win the FAI Junior Cup

The captain of last year’s champions relives winning the biggest competition in Irish junior football.

WE’RE DOWN TO the final four in this season’s FAI Junior Cup as next weekend sees Ballynanty Rovers of Limerick hosting Dublin side Collinstown and current holders Sheriff YC take on Tipperary’s St Michael’s.

Sponsors Aviva have made this excellent video in which Sheriff captain Paul Murphy recalls the feeling of lining out at the Aviva Stadium last year ahead of their upcoming semi-final.

The final will be played at Lansdowne Road on 25 May hours before Ireland take on Turkey on the same pitch.

Source: aviva/YouTube

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