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Vote: Your Favourite Gaelic Football All-Ireland Final Goal Of The 2000s

Vote: Your Favourite Gaelic Football All-Ireland Final Goal Of The 2000s

It's another Noughties Tuesday here on Balls.ie where we look back and celebrate the first decade of the century.

In Gaelic football, it was a decade dominated by Kerry and Tyrone. Kerry won the most All-Irelands with four, but were beaten three times by Mickey Harte's men on their way to the only three titles in their history. In all Kerry played in eight finals in the decade, and never went out before the semi-finals.

We've looked back on all 10 finals in the decade and sourced every goal scored in those games. There really were some crackers.

In the 11 games (2000's final went to a replay), 21 goals were scored. The most was the seven scored in 2006, while the first game in 2000, 2001, and 2003 had no goals at all. In all Kerry scored 10 of the 21, with the other 11 all being scored against them.

Have a look at all of the goals in the poll below and vote for your favourite three. Ultimately, we'll source the public's vote for the final goal of the decade, but the journey will be fun too. Enjoy watching 21 goals on the biggest stage of them all!


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