Anthony Daly

ANTHONY DALY: Pizzas, high jinks, head to heads and destinies decided elsewhere in great weekend of hurling

When I arrived in Pearse Stadium for work with RTÉ yesterday, I’d only had a cup of coffee in my system. I had to be on-site by 10.30am but I was hungry ...

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ANTHONY DALY: I’d ask each Clare player: Will you let a Cork man outwork you?

There’s so much to be taken from those famous lyrics to the adopted Munster anthem ‘Stand Up and Fight’.

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ANTHONY DALY: As low as a snake’s belly after massacre right out of the dog days

After the Clare-Limerick game yesterday evening, I turned the car for Cork so I could stay the night and be fully refreshed for this morning’s

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ANTHONY DALY: Treaty will be hyped but Clare will be psyched up to their eyeballs

There was a famous photograph taken in 2000 at a Leinster U21 final, shortly after Offaly had dethroned Cork to reach the All-Ireland senior final, where they were ...

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ANTHONY DALY: Tipp didn’t just sack the fortress, they blew it to smithereens

I’ve had better weekends. Spurs and Clare. Big dreams. Big plans. All ending in dust.

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ANTHONY DALY: We’ll know more about Tipp if they can survive the Ennis inferno

The first time a drop of alcohol passed my lips was on June 22, 1986.

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ANTHONY DALY: Wexford answer critics but Galway have lost that cruise control

When five minutes went up on the board yesterday, I said to Brendan Cummins that a draw would be the fairest result.

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ANTHONY DALY: If Galway don’t win on Sunday, they won’t be winning an All-Ireland

Anthony Daly I was below in Cork the day that Galway played Carlow two weeks ago. It never even entered my head to check the result because I thought it was a foregone ...

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