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Watch: Dr. Crokes Go Coast-To-Coast With Scintillating Counter-Attacking Goal

Watch: Dr. Crokes Go Coast-To-Coast With Scintillating Counter-Attacking Goal

Jordan Kiely was on the field just over 60 seconds when his shot hit the back of the Corofin net to put Dr. Croke seven points ahead in the All-Ireland club football semi-final.

The ball had landed into the hands of Kiely after a swift move from the Kerry side. Colm Cooper, roaming in the unfamiliar corner-back position, launched the attack when he found Daithi Casey with a pinpoint pass. The Crokes full forward started on a lung-busting solo run which concluded with Kiely's strike.

It came at a crucial stage in the game for Crokes. They were just four points ahead of the Connacht champions with 12 minutes remaining.

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Kiely's goal ensured they would march to a nine-point win and set up an All-Ireland final against Slaughtneil on St. Patrick's Day.

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