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So, last Sunday at the Athletic Grounds, 9,000 people turned up in the freezing cold, with rain sleeting down on us, for one reason: to watch real football. Man-to-man marking, long kicking, hard hitting and a sense of adventure. Crossmaglen live or die by their man-marking ethos, as do Scotstown.In the 2012 drawn All-Ireland final, the Garrycastle full-forward was very sore on Paul Kernan, scoring freely from play and generally dominating the smaller man.

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As Wee Pete himself commented: "I breathed a sigh of relief when Mc Keever retired, only to discover that something even worse had replaced him." Last Sunday, Crossmaglen's James Morgan was alone and isolated on Darren Hughes. But for the fact that Rory Beggan's confidence collapsed, they would have. He lost his nerve and kicked it short across field to a team-mate 60 yards from goal. No one was play-acting or running to the ref asking him to give a card. When the full-time whistle went, the neutrals in the crowd were delighted that we were to be treated to another 20 minutes.

It is a sight that would make Mickey Harte or Malachy O'Rourke ill. This abdication of responsibility was, for me, the key moment in the game. Crossmaglen gained the upper hand and Beggan was gone. Scotstown looked the more likely, until Kieran Hughes' ridiculous behaviour left them a man down. It was a victory for the game, reminding us just how thrilling real football is. "It has inspired us all to play as much football as we can together." This echoed a conversation I had once in the Crossmaglen club house. The more we win, the more we get to do that." (Oisín always calls me 'kid'.) After lengthy negotiations, I have signed a contract to write The Joy of Football: The Gourmet Guide to Real Football, complete with explicit illustrations of things like kicking, man-to-man marking and footballers playing with their heads up.

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It has taught us that sex is an essential component of a healthy work/play balance.As Wee Pete himself commented: "I breathed a sigh of relief when Mc Keever retired, only to discover that something even worse had replaced him." Last Sunday, Crossmaglen's James Morgan was alone and isolated on Darren Hughes. But for the fact that Rory Beggan's confidence collapsed, they would have. He lost his nerve and kicked it short across field to a team-mate 60 yards from goal. No one was play-acting or running to the ref asking him to give a card. When the full-time whistle went, the neutrals in the crowd were delighted that we were to be treated to another 20 minutes.It is a sight that would make Mickey Harte or Malachy O'Rourke ill. This abdication of responsibility was, for me, the key moment in the game. Crossmaglen gained the upper hand and Beggan was gone. Scotstown looked the more likely, until Kieran Hughes' ridiculous behaviour left them a man down. It was a victory for the game, reminding us just how thrilling real football is. "It has inspired us all to play as much football as we can together." This echoed a conversation I had once in the Crossmaglen club house. The more we win, the more we get to do that." (Oisín always calls me 'kid'.) After lengthy negotiations, I have signed a contract to write The Joy of Football: The Gourmet Guide to Real Football, complete with explicit illustrations of things like kicking, man-to-man marking and footballers playing with their heads up.It taught us that sex is not something to be afraid of.Instead, it is something to be savoured, enjoyed and openly discussed.I wrote last week that if you want to see football, you'll have to go watch a club game.