Via Sunday Miscellany on RTÉ Radio 1: As Dublin and Kerry face a replay to see who'll take Sam home, Lourdes Mackey profiles the man behind the cup - Sam Maguire, of Dunmanway, Co. Cork: sportsman, civil servant... and revolutionary.

"When Sir Charles Trevelyan proposed competitive entrance examinations to the British civil service... a horrified Queen Victoria, writing to Gladstone, protested that the wrong type of fellow would surely get in. Her Majesty was right. Soon, clever young Irishmen came trooping across the Irish Sea into the well-paid, pensionable jobs of the public service – among them a young Dunmanway lad – Sam Maguire from Mallabraca..."

Listen back to the special All-Ireland day edition of Sunday Miscellany, featuring a range of scripts on the often intertwined county loyalties of Kerry and Dublin.