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Sunday, 16 September 2007

16 September 2007

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Kerry 3-13 Cork 1-09

  • Pat Spillane introduces highlights from Kerry's comprehensive victory over Cork in the 2007 All-Ireland SFC final. Michael Lyster also talks to Kerry manager Pat O'Shea as celebrations get underway at Dublin's CityWest Hotel. Marty Morrissey talks to captain Declan O'Sullivan, who became the first man since Dick Fitzgerald in 1913 and 1914 to captain back-to-back winning All-Ireland teams. Dara Ó Cinnéide, Tony Davis and Kevin McStay provide the expert analysis

Reaction from Kerry and Cork Player/Manager Interviews

  • Darragh Maloney reports from Killarney where celebrations are well underway, while Marty Morrissey talks to losing Cork captain Derek Kavanagh, goalscorer Daniel Goulding and manager Billy Morgan.

MFC Final: Galway 1-10 Derry 1-09

  • Mícheál Ó Sé reports on Galway's dramatic late victory over Derry in the curtain-raiser at Croke Park. Galway's ESB Man of the Match Damien Reddington talks to Evanne Ní Chuilinn.

Back at the Winner's Hotel

  • Back at CityWest, Michael Lyster talks to Paul Griffin, while Joanne Cantwell talks to Darragh Ó Sé after claiming his fifth winner's medal and Toyota present the keys of a new car to Kerry County Chairman Sean Walsh.

Highlights of the Year

  • Dara, Kevin and Tony look back at their highlights of this year's Football Championship. The trio also reveal their Team of the Year, with six Kerry players chosen on their star-studded XV.

RTÉ Man of the Match

  • The Sunday Game panel discuss their candidates for Man of the Match and how they reached their decision to confirm Colm Cooper, scorer of 1-05, as this year's RTÉ Man of the Match. Marty Morrissey speaks to the Kerry forward in CityWest, while back in the studio, the panel discuss their nominees for Player of the Year and who they see challenging Kerry next year.

Last Programme

Michael Lyster's Anchor's Angle

In his review of the Championship that's been, Michael has special mentions for Waterford, Armagh, Tipperary, Kerry and Kilkenny, to name but a few. Read

Croke Park's Transformation

It is 14 years since the dramatic transformation of Croke Park from a relic of yesteryear to one of the world's finest stadia began. View photos of the evolution here. Read