Corofin are a step closer to history after defeating Nemo Rangers in the first All-Ireland club semi-final of the weekend.
Should the Galway side emerge victorious in the All-Ireland decider later this month, they will become the first club to win three consecutive titles.
Corofin beat Nemo by six points at Cusack Park in Ennis. Though it was a game which saw erratic shooting by both teams, there were moments which showcased why Corofin are not only the best club football team in the country but also so easy on the eye.
Just 33 seconds into the game, Micheál Lundy hit the back of the Nemo net, finishing a sensational team move. It featured two brilliant passes, the first from Gary Sice and the second from its recipient Martin Farragher.
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In the 30th minute, with Nemo up by five, Kieran Molloy extended his side's lead with a fisted point. It was the passed which created the chance which really caught the eye.
After winning the ball in their own defence, it took just three pin-point foot passes before the ball landed in the hands of Molloy.
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