MICHAEL Murphy is tonight celebrating another accolade.

His wonder strike against Mayo in last Sunday’s All-Ireland final has been named ‘Goal of the Championship’ by the RTE Championship Matters show.

You can watch the goal, banged home in the third minute of the final, all over again.

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