Our victory over Dublin was only last Saturday night and the All-Ireland final is the best part of four weeks into the future, with the second semi-final not taking place now until Saturday week.
Despite this rather leisurely timetable from our perspective, it’s worth shifting the focus for the first time to the decider and, in particular, to consider who we’ll be playing for possession of the Sam Maguire.
The Munster champions Kerry are huge favourites to come through, which if they do, will be the first time we’ll have met them in the final since 2006, while Tyrone, with such significant Covid problems in their ranks, come into this game as the underdogs. While we’ve crossed swords with the O’Neill County at the quarter-final and semi-final stage in the Championship, we’ve yet to meet them in a final.
On 11th September we’ll be be meeting one of them in this year’s All-Ireland final. Which one of them do you think it’ll be?
Who will we be meeting in the final?
- Kerry (74%, 1,258 Votes)
- Tyrone (26%, 441 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,699