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Kieran Donaghy produced this ferocious shoulder in today's All-Ireland semi-final

Slaughtneil’s Christopher Bradley felt the full force of this.

AUSTIN STACKS FOUGHT desperately to draw level against Slaughtneil towards the end of today’s All-Ireland senior club football semi-final and Kerry captain Kieran Donaghy was spearheading their efforts.

Slaughtneil’s impressive attacker Christopher Bradley gathered the ball deep in his own half in O’Moore Park with his team leading 1-14 to 2-10 when he felt the full force of Donaghy’s giant frame with this ferocious shoulder.

Austin Stacks ended up winning a free as Slaughtneil were deemed to have fouled the ball but Shane Carroll’s resultant kick drifted wide and the Derry champions held on to win an absorbing contest.

People hadn’t forgotten about that Donaghy shoulder though.


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