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Since 1988 we have won four All-Ireland senior titles. You can have a say in picking our Best XV from that glorious era.
Starting with the Number 1 jersey
Michael McQuillan was the last line of defence 1987 and 1988 as Cork were defeated on both occasions.
Ballivor clubman Conor Martin took over the number 1 jersey from Donal Smith and Sean Boylan's charges bridged an eight year gap to beat Mayo after a replay 2-9 to 1-11.
Three years later Meath were back in the winner's enclosure and again the auld enemy Cork were seen of in the decider 1-11 to 1-8 with another St Pats clubman, Cormac Sullivan, minding the net in 1999 final.