All true gaels share a few slivers of DNA somewhere deep down, but others are actually randomly related. Take Seamus Coleman. The poor fella now lives the hard-bitten life of the Irish emigrant over in Liverpool while Donegal have festooned themselves atop Planet GAA. Stevie McDonnell was digging through his heirlooms over the weekend and dug out the programme from the Kerry-Armagh semifinal from 2000. Wouldn't you know there was a feature on a 12-year-old Seamus and his first cousin Dessie Farrell.