But above all it will be remembered for the intensity of the game, two teams going at it and giving it their all. No one shirked away from the physicality of the tackles and all just got on with it.
“But we are where any team would want to be and we are two hours away from an All-Ireland title, the same as the other three, but we have to face what has been the best side in the country for the last few years so we know the challenge we face.
“So we are blessed in that way to have that in the squad and it drives them all on. We also have natural footballers and we are seeing the fruits of the hard work being put in underage, continued this year with the U14s and minors winning All-Ireland titles.