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Copycats: Joe Canning’s 60-yard sideline cut to set up Joseph Cooney point

Shane Stapleton and Naoise Waldron put their reputations on the line to attempt a brilliant Galway score against Tipperasry, when Joe Canning cut a beauty from inside his own ’65 to set up Joseph Cooney on the far ’45.

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