Anthony Daly

ANTHONY DALY: The Limerick machine just cranked into top gear

When I took my seat in the stand in Nowlan Park yesterday, near the 45-metre line, I found myself beside a nice man from Clara. He was a quiet fella, who said very ...


ANTHONY DALY: After heat of Fitzgibbon battle, it’s back to the phoney war

You can’t bate modern technology. On Tuesday evening, I sat down in my living room in west Clare, curled my toes up in front of the fire, and switched on my ...


ANTHONY DALY: ‘That pitch might do for Rod Stewart but it ain't much good for hurling.’

By the time the first rounds of the Derby and the Oaks began in Clonmel yesterday at the National Coursing meeting, which pares the numbers down from 64 to 32 for ...


ANTHONY DALY: Limerick’s champs will be eager to give home support a treat

During my time with the Limerick underage academy between 2015-2018, one of my main briefs was to coach the minor team in each of those seasons.


ANTHONY DALY: John Meyler will be frustrated. He’ll want to see what stuff is in certain fellas

Any time I’m on the road on a Saturday evening, I always tune into Céilí House, one of RTÉ Radio’s most popular programmes of traditional ...


ANTHONY DALY: Trials, targets, and transitions

At the end of June 2017, I found myself in familiar territory, back in Cusack Park for a knockout championship match, positioned on the other side of the trenches, ...