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The voice of the GAA for decades Michael O'Hehir at the 1940 Munster Final. On the left with the handkerchief around his kneck is his father Jim, who trained Clare to win the 1914 All Ireland Final. Next is Fr Morrissey, parish priest of Boherlahan. On the right is his assistant Tommy O'Reilly, while on the extreme right is his uncle Hugh.

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The voice of the GAA for decades Michael O'Hehir at the 1940 Munster Final. On the left with the handkerchief around his kneck is his father Jim, who trained Clare to win the 1914 All Ireland Final. Next is Fr Morrissey, parish priest of Boherlahan. On the right is his assistant Tommy O'Reilly, while on the extreme right is his uncle Hugh.