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Kerry manager says he is delighted people can see what he sees in the minor team after 18-point win over Roscommon


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The way that Kerry adjusted to having to play against the strong breeze in the first half was one of the things that pleased manager Wayne Quillinan the most on Saturday evening as the Kingdom departed Ennis with an excellent 18-point destruction of Roscommon in their All-Ireland Minor Football Championship quarter-final.

Another was the hugely impressive win in itself, fashioned by another excellent collective performance from a group of players Quillinan remains extremely proud of.

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