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Video: Taste the Croke Park feeling as Donegal beat Cork

Ecstasy on the faces of the Donegal supporters as the team reach the first All Ireland final in 20 years. Photo: Donna McBride

 

IT WAS the moment Donegal had waited 20 years for – the moment that the county finally qualified for another All-Ireland final.

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Twenty long summer after Anthony Molloy clasped his hands on Sam Maguire, Donegal got over Cork in Sunday’s semi-final at Croke Park. A fantastic display by Jim McGuinness’s men steered them to a richly-deserved win.

It was a gripping, yet utterly enjoyable afternoon for Donegal fans at Croke Park.

Here in this special video by Brendan O’Donnell of JacksonsMediaTV, you can get a sense of what it means to people in Donegal who have followed the team through thick and thin – check out a tearful Mary O’Reilly, who never misses a match, after the final whistle.

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