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In pictures: Dubs take on Kilmacud in charity run-out

The All-Ireland champions peeled themselves away from Coppers to tog out at Parnell Park last night. Here’s what went down.

DUBLIN’S ALL-IRELAND-winning heroes ran out in front of their supporters last night for a charity game with Kilmacud Crokes at Parnell Park.

In a game in which manager Pat Gilroy reprised his old job on the edge of the square, the mood was – as you’d expect – very relaxed.

The Dubs, for the record, ran out 8-3 to 6-4 winners in a game that will benefit Crosscare and Temple Street Children’s Hospital.

Here’s how it happened:

Pictures: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

In pictures: Dubs take on Kilmacud in charity run-out
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