Anthony Daly

Too many from Cork didn’t want to know when the old beast roared

ANTHONY DALY: Too many from Cork didn’t want to know when the old beast roared

Just before half-time, I glanced down from the RTÉ box and observed Brian Cody spitting into his hands and rubbing them together.

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If Cork let it become a battle, Cats will come daubed in war paint

ANTHONY DALY: If Cork let it become a battle, Cats will come daubed in war paint

Dónal Óg Cusack had already begun changing the game with short puckouts in 2003 and 2004 but Damien Fitzhenry’s puckout masterclass against Kilkenny ...

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ANTHONY DALY: The Joe McDonagh Cup will never get the respect these guys deserve

ANTHONY DALY: The Joe McDonagh Cup will never get the respect these guys deserve

In early June, I hopped into my car in Tullycrine in west Clare, made the short journey south west to Killimer before boarding the 1pm Shannon Ferry to Tarbert. ...

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ANTHONY DALY: Wexford’s bravery rewarded but Cats’ panic was so unlike Brian Cody

ANTHONY DALY: Wexford’s bravery rewarded but Cats’ panic was so unlike Brian Cody

About half an hour after the final whistle in Croke Park yesterday, as the Wexford players were still celebrating on the pitch, I ran into a bunch of Wexford supporters ...

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ANTHONY DALY: The win wasn’t a must for Limerick last time out. Now it is.

It’s 21 years ago now, but Clare’s league semi-final performance against Cork in 1998 has long been cast into hurling folklore, as much for what we didn’t ...

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