GAA headline of the year in Mayo newspaper
Sometimes, names just lend themselves to headlines.
Enda the line.
Jack in the box.
John 3:7 (John needs to score 3-7 though).
You can have some fun with the team names and place names too - or nicknames at a stretch - but rarely do you get an open goal like Tubbercurry.
Still, it requires skill. Patience. Timing. And execution.
In the Connacht Colleges Senior A League final, St. Abbracta's of Sligo saw off Rice College with four points to spare.
Photos from the Connacht Colleges A League Final between St. Attracta's College and Rice College yesterday https://t.co/UrWNIewydL
— Sligo GAA (@sligogaa) January 25, 2018
The Tubbercurry crowd won the game 2-8 to 1-7 and retained their provincial title but there were more gongs to be won on the day.
A headline can make or break a good local story and it's safe to say that The Mayo News nailed it.
— Ciara Galvin (@CiaraGalvino) January 30, 2018
Tubbercurry prove just too hot for Rice.
It's not easy to make something like that look so simple but that's the trick.