On 27 September 1970 Kerry beat Meath in the All Ireland Football Final 2-19 to 0-18 with goals from DJ Crowley and Mick Gleeson.
It was the first of four All-Ireland football titles won by Kerry in the 1970s, also taking the title in 1975, 1978 and 1979.
Following the match broadcaster and sports commentator Michael O'Hehir spoke to Kerry players Tom Prendergast, DJ Crowley and Donie O'Sullivan about their victory.
Tom Prendergast was presented with the award for being the "fairest and best" player in the All Ireland Final. Prendergast points to DJ Crowley's goal as the turning point in the match. Crowley comments
I just ran with the ball, solo, and things just developed.
Donie O'Sullivan, Captain of the victorious Kerry team, comments on the change of the game length to 80 minutes.
This episode of Gaelic Report was broadcast on 28 September 1970.