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Pictured Declan Bogue



Date: Thursday 12th April 2012

Location: BT Offices

Credit: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX

Copyright: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX



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Dublin's soulless win over Cavan proved the empty husk of the once-great All Ireland Championship has long since ceased to be entertaining

Declan Bogue


Dublin 1-24 Cavan 0-12

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Eyes on the ball: Cavan’s Conor Smith and Davy Byrne of Dublin

Eyes on the ball: Cavan’s Conor Smith and Davy Byrne of Dublin

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Dublin’s Robbie McDaid celebrates scoring a goal

Dublin’s Robbie McDaid celebrates scoring a goal

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Face to face: Cavan’s Martin Reilly and Michael Fitzsimons of Dublin

Face to face: Cavan’s Martin Reilly and Michael Fitzsimons of Dublin

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Eyes on the ball: Cavan’s Conor Smith and Davy Byrne of Dublin

So this is where sport goes to die. An empty stadium and Dublin absolutely pulverising the best that Ulster has to offer this year.

There is a strong chance that Dublin will now go through this Championship year without conceding a single goal, and winning all their games by 10 points or more.

In fact it all seems a grim inevitability.


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