DÓNAL Óg CUSACK: Hurling is broke. If nothing is done to fix it this weekend, it will be a disgrace and a disaster

Hurling’s key influencers are the counties who live off the failings of the current system. The key point for anybody interested in putting the good of the game over the good of their county is that any change is better than no change, writes Dónal Óg Cusack.

Cork's Paudie O'Sullivan has his hurley smashed as he attempts to block down Tipperary's James Barry in 2014. Picture: Tomas Greally

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