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2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final

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2004 All-Ireland Football Final
Event2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
Date26 September 2004
VenueCroke Park, Dublin
RefereePat McEnaney (Monaghan)
Attendance79,749
2003
2005
Croke Park kitted out in the green and red of long-suffering Mayo fans at the 2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final. Mayo's losing streak in All-Ireland finals continued as they were hammered by Kerry.
Croke Park kitted out in the green and red of long-suffering Mayo fans at the 2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final. Mayo's losing streak in All-Ireland finals continued as they were hammered by Kerry.

The 2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final was the 117th All-Ireland Final and the deciding match of the 2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, an inter-county Gaelic football tournament for the top teams in Ireland.

Mayo were hoping to bridge a gap that stretched all the way back to their All-Ireland football title winning team of 1951.[1] They failed, though less miserably than in 2006. Mayo lost their fourth final in a row; in the end Kerry only won by eight points. Dara Ó Cinnéide was the winning captain, while manager Jack O'Connor won the title in his first season in charge.[2] The match was shown live in Ireland on RTÉ Two as part of the Sunday Game live with match commentary from Ger Canning and Martin Carney.

Largely regarded as one of the most disappointing All-Ireland football finals for many years, Mayo's capitulation drove spectators from the stadium in their thousands with Kerry leading by 1-12 to 1-4 at half time.[2] Kerry racked up a total of 1-20, the highest team score in an All-Ireland football final since the time of 'Bomber' Liston and the 5-11 that decimated Dublin in 1978.[2] Mayo returned to the final two years later, to be torn apart by Kerry all over again in a final when Kerry surpassed the score they achieved in 2004.

Final
Kerry1–20 – 2–09Mayo
Report
Croke Park, Dublin
Referee: Pat McEnaney
Kerry:
1 Diarmuid Murphy
2 Tom O'Sullivan
3 Michael McCarthy
4 Aidan O'Mahony
5 Tomás Ó Sé Substituted off
6 Éamonn Fitzmaurice
7 Marc Ó Sé
8 Eoin Brosnan
9 William Kirby
10 Liam Hassett Substituted off
11 Declan O'Sullivan
12 Paul Galvin Substituted off
13 Colm Cooper
14 Dara Ó Cinnéide (Captain) Substituted off
15 Johnny Crowley Substituted off
Substitutes:
Seamus Moynihan Substituted in
Mike Frank Russell Substituted in
Ronan O'Connor Substituted in
Paddy Kelly Substituted in
Brendan Guiney Substituted in
Manager:
Jack O'Connor
Mayo:
1 Peter Burke
2 Dermot Geraghty Substituted off
3 David Heaney Substituted off
4 Gary Ruane (Captain)
5 Peadar Gardiner
6 James Nallen
7 Pat Kelly
8 Ronan McGarrity
9 Fergal Kelly Substituted off
10 James Gill Substituted off
11 Ciarán McDonald
12 Alan Dillon
13 Conor Mortimer Substituted off
14 Trevor Mortimer
15 Brian Maloney
Substitutes:
David Brady Substituted in
C. Moran Substituted in
Michael Conroy Substituted in
Andy Moran Substituted in
P. Navin Substituted in
Manager:
John Maughan

References:[2]

References

  1. ^ McGee, Eugene (6 February 2006). "First signs that Mayo might be set to turn back the clock". Irish Independent. Independent News & Media. Retrieved 6 February 2006.
  2. ^ a b c d Breheny, Martin (27 September 2004). "Croker rout as Kerry go heavy on Mayo". Irish Independent. Independent News & Media. Retrieved 27 September 2004.

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