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left: Louth captain Dermot O'Brien (1957) also became a household name with his band the Clubmen which he formed in 1959. The song "I'm off to Dublin in the green" went straight to numer one in the Irish charts (Matching Elvis and the Beatles) in 1966 and stayed there for 20 years. .above right; Red Collier and the Quinn brothers in training for the 1967 All-Ireland final. .bottom right: The bonfires burned late into the night in O'Sullivan's Terrace Killarney in September 1955.

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left: Louth captain Dermot O'Brien (1957) also became a household name with his band the Clubmen which he formed in 1959. The song "I'm off to Dublin in the green" went straight to numer one in the Irish charts (Matching Elvis and the Beatles) in 1966 and stayed there for 20 years. .above right; Red Collier and the Quinn brothers in training for the 1967 All-Ireland final. .bottom right: The bonfires burned late into the night in O'Sullivan's Terrace Killarney in September 1955.