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Having been serial All-Ireland contenders before last March's thrilling one-point win over Ballymun Kickhams, St Brigid's are bidding to win the Connacht title for the fourth year running tomorrow, a record bettered only by their fellow countymen Clan na Gael, who collected six provincial crowns in succession from 1984-89.
He discusses the IRB and the American based Clan na Gael and portrays the tension between the older guard of the "Fenians" tradition and the newer leaders who would grow to lead the Rising.
The problems didn't end there for the Clan na Gael clubman.
Just one Armagh team has ever won three provincial clubs on the trot, Clan na Gael from 1972 to 1974, a feat that only Burren of Down and Monaghan's Scotstown have also managed.
Clan na Gael patriarch John Devoy, a veteran of the Fenian movement in Ireland some decades earlier, had developed an intense hatred for Patrick McCartan, Harry's predecessor as IRB envoy to the United States.
Obviously for me and some of the other lads it'd be great to win our first final, but it'd be nice for the young fellas to add to their collection too," said the Clan na Gael forward.
The Clan na Gael man brings to an end a three year term in which bridged a 50-year gap by bringing Louth to a first Leinster final in 50-years, where they were controversially denied the win by a last minute Meath goal.
During the junior club match between Tyrone's The Rock and Meath's Clan na Gael last week, Cummins blasted the official as "an imbecile", called the decision "imbecilic" and labelled the umpire an "idiot".