Dunloy's Alastair Elliott in action against St Gabriel's.
By Damian Mullan
Tuesday 17 November 2020 11:11
* Special feature on Dunloy hurlers defeat of St. Gabriel's in London 25 years ago.
Part of a golden period for the north Antrim club.
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