Cork and Kerry will have to do it all again after dramatic finish to the Munster Football Final.
All Ireland Football champions Kerry appeared to be heading out of the 1987 championship. With the game in injury time Cork had a two point lead when Mikey Sheehy managed to squeeze a shot through a narrow gap and find the net. Kerry now had a one point lead in a game they had never been ahead in and that had appeared lost. There was still one more piece of drama. Larry Tompkins, a Kildare man playing in his first Munster final scored a point from a free to level the game and leave both sides heading for a replay.
Kerry thought they had it lost then they thought they had it won.
Highlights taken from The Sunday Game broadcast 26 July 1987. The commentator is Ger Canning.