Jim Gavin and Mickey Harte produced an unforgettable memory for ailing Antrim footballer 5 years ago

Jim Gavin and Mickey Harte produced an unforgettable memory for ailing Antrim footballer

Brilliant.

You'd forgive two managers for giving each other the cold shoulder before an All-Ireland semi final.

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The months of hard work and sleepless nights culminated to this moment, despite being a bundle of nerves they have to have the calm and exposure to control their team.

But what Mickey Harte and Jim Gavin did was sheer class.

As the Artane Band geared up for the players' parade Jim Gavin and Mickey Harte took a moment to the day of former Antrim footballer Anto Finnegan.

Finnegan was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease back in 2012 and was in Croke Park for Sunday's tie with his son and daughter to speak about the disease in an effort to raise awareness and funds for the cause.

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A truly touching moment that sums up in essence what GAA is all about, according to Hill 16 Army the former captain of Antrim received a great reception from the packed Croke Park.