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Championship In Pictures: An Undercover Manager And Joyous Celebrations

By PJ Browne
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A Kilkenny supporter celebrates Liam Blanchfield's late goal against Dublin
The Dublin and Kilkenny senior teams watch the minor game at Parnell Park
Galway's Man of the Match Ciarán Duggan of Galway celebrates with his father after Sunday's win against Mayo
Eoghan Kerin of Galway celebrates at the final whistle
Galway supporter Martin Connaughton peruses the match programme before throw-in against Mayo
Excited five-year-old Galway supporter Edward McKenna
Galway captain Damien Comer celebrates with supporters at the final whistle
Mayo players react to Diarmuid O'Connor's red card against Galway
Niall Mitchell of Westmeath celebrates after scoring his side's third goal during the Joe McDonagh Cup Round 2 match between Westmeath and Meath
Meath manager Nick Fitzgerald addresses his players after defeat to Westmeath
Carlow's Paul Broderick and Seán Gannon celebrate after victory against Louth
Carlow goalkeeping coach John Corcoran his daughter Róisín Corcoran in her Communion dress
Louth's Ciarán Downey and Ross Nally dejected after losing to Carlow
Carolyn Murphy and Francis Murphy from Donegal town listening to Donegal piper Christy Murray from Rapho
Donegal's Paddy McBrearty bursts past Cavan's Padraig Faulkner
Meath's Bryan Menton lifts the Bord na Mona O'Byrne Cup in May
Suspended Offaly manager Stephen Wallace watches from the stand during defeat to Wicklow
Ciarán Hyland of Wicklow with his daughter Faye
Wicklow manager John Evans with hero goalkeeper Mark Jackson after victory against Offaly
Joe Canning spends some time with fans after Galway's Leinster Championship win against Offaly
Supporters enjoy a cup of tea before Offaly vs Galway
Wexford kitman Walter Byrne with the Wexford football centenary jersey which his team wore against Laois
Donal Shanley of Wexford makes the ultimately crucial decision to kick a point from a penalty late against Laois
A dejected Eoghan Nolan following Wexford's extra-time loss to Laois

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