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Watch: Historic Kerry Minor All-Ireland Victory Gets Fitting Celebrations

Watch: Historic Kerry Minor All-Ireland Victory Gets Fitting Celebrations
By PJ Browne Updated

For the third consecutive year, Kerry won the All-Ireland minor title.

In a poor game, badly affected by the conditions, Kerry beat Galway by seven points. Three Kerry goals - the pick of them from David Clifford - were the difference between the two sides.

It is the second time ever Kerry have won three Minor Championships in a row - the last time was the 1930s. Kerry are also the first county to win three consecutive Championships twice.

Post-match, the celebrations fitted the achievement.

The Kerry dressing room had its own bag pipes player. Open to correction here, but we're pretty sure that's Dermot Walsh from Valentia making the music.

Video: Sylvester Hennessy

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