By the looks of this score, whoever the next Cork senior football manager may be could do a lot worse than to probe Daniel Goulding out of inter-county retirement.
The ex-Rebels corner-forward decided to hang up his Blood And Bandage boots in 2016, but there is no doubting that in the intervening year of club action he has not lost his touch.
Goulding secured his name in Cork GAA folklore when he guided the county to Sam Maguire glory in 2010. He was Man of The Match in the final against Down that year and led from the front not only in that successful campaign but throughout his entire career as a Cork player, dating back to 2006.
Plying his trade for Éire Óg in the Cork Premier Intermediate Football Championship against Na Pairsaigh, Goulding showed those present in Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday night exactly what he could still offer to the Cork setup with an audacious point which was simply a thing of beauty.
Right out on the sideline, the 31-year-old curls an effort with the outside of his boot right between the posts, leaving those in attendance in awe.
Happily for Goulding and his club mates that spectacular score was enough to help them over the line comfortably at the expense of their city counterparts. The Ovens club ran out winners on a scoreline of 1-16 to 2-05.
Check out the sublime point for yourself in the clip below:
— Tony Leen (@tonyleen) August 22, 2017
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