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Do you agree with The Sunday Game's All-Ireland SFC final man-of-the-match award?

Dublin drew with Mayo in an enthralling encounter at Croke Park today.

John Small of Dublin with Diarmuid O'Connor of Mayo.
John Small of Dublin with Diarmuid O'Connor of Mayo.
Image: Donall Farmer/INPHO

DUBLIN AND MAYO could not be separated after a tense, entertaining and error-strewn All-Ireland SFC final earlier today.

The two sides will meet again at Croke Park on Saturday week after Cillian O’Connor’s last-gasp point rescued Mayo in the game’s dying moments.

On RTÉ’s The Sunday Game, panelists Ciarán Whelan, Dessie Dolan and Tomás Ó Sé selected John Small, Brian Fenton and Donal Vaughan as the three standouts from today’s clash.

In the end, they chose 22-year-old Small as the game’s best player. The Dublin star kicked a point and was hailed for doing “everything right” as his side came desperately close to claiming another All-Ireland title.

Do you agree with the selection or would you have included a different nominee? Have your say below.


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