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No go: Rory Brennan bids to halt the progress of Dublin forward Kevin McManamon

No go: Rory Brennan bids to halt the progress of Dublin forward Kevin McManamon

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Mickey Harte

Mickey Harte

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No go: Rory Brennan bids to halt the progress of Dublin forward Kevin McManamon

The 2020 season has yet to move into top gear and still it could be stated with considerable certainty that we have already been treated to the goal of the year.

It was from the murky bowels of a horrendous night at Healy Park, Omagh back in February that a score of sheer beauty and magic was conceived and executed with such conviction and aplomb that it alone was worth the admission money.

Picture the scene. With the pitch long since transformed into a mud bath, the relentless rain cascading down and the floodlights just about capturing the action in a howling gale, Tyrone's Tiernan McCann flipped an inviting pass into the path of Rory Brennan.