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Making of Paddy Mo

Doherty Paddy
To this day, Down's Paddy Doherty is still remembered as one of the most lethal finishers in the history of Gaelic football. the Ballykinlar clubman was fast, and breathtaking on the ball. He led his county to a long awaited All-Ireland victory in 1960, and the following summer he captained the Mourne men and brought the Sam Maguire Cup back across the border a second time.Doherty continued to rip apart defences throughout the decade and won a third All-Ireland crown with Down in 1968, when the Mournemen defeated Kerry in September for the second time, to add to seven Ulster titles and three National league titles. The 1960s was a decade which is best remembered for the legend of Paddy Doherty, and The Making of Paddy Mo.

Damien Hayes : An Autobiography

Hayes, Damien

Four Kings Story Of Paddy "Hands" O'Brien

Lanigan, Philip