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Mossy Quinn on 31 counties cheering for Dublin in 2011 | 2019 key matchups | Gavin v Micko

The St Vincent’s man on how Dublin became a champion team, whether Jim Gavin will take over from Micko as the best, if the manager and key men will retire, winning Sam in 2011, and if he’d like to be a forward with the more patient Dub style

Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards Panel member for 2019, Tomás Quinn highlights the importance of the pre-game ritual to Minor players, encouraging fans to be a part of “The Championship Haircut” which returns to Croke Park for the Electric Ireland GAA All Ireland Minor Football Final, for the second year running. Fans can avail of a free cut or style between 11.30am – 1pm on the Cusack Stand Side. #GAAThisIsMajor

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