As a GAA supporter, one of the most satisfying things to watch on the pitch is a well-orchestrated dummy.
Whether it is a magical dummy hand pass, similar to Owen Mulligan’s mastery in 2005, or if it’s a solo reminiscent of Stephen O’Neill against Kildare, we are all for it.
Over the weekend we were summoned to Donie Smith’s glorious dummy solo against Dublin in Croke Park and Tyrone forward Mark Bradley’s wonderful piece of skill against Colm Boyle of Mayo.
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One moment of genius that somehow managed to stay below the radar was produced by Galway U-21 footballer Robert Finnerty in the Connacht U-21 Football Championship, which saw last year’s All-Ireland winners bow out of the competition.
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