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IT was hard not to admire the no-nonsense approach of Mark Vaughan to his free-taking duties for Dublin last weekend. There has been a lot said about Dublin's failures in this area over the last few years, and their inability to unearth a new Kieran Duff, Barney Rock or Charlie Redmond.
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GARDAI monitored Hill 16 at Croke Park during yesterday's clash between Dublin and Offaly in a bid to stamp out cocaine and alcohol abuse at big matches.
Mark Vaughan ensured that there was to be no repeat of the 1991 saga when he kicked eight points to steer Dublin past Meath and into the Leinster SFC semi-finals at Croke Park yesterday.
I have been involved in about a dozen games between Dublin and Offaly as a manager and have watched at least as many more encounters, but I have never seen such a fiasco of a game as the one we had to endure in Croke Park yesterday.