Dalo's Hurling Show: Clare conspiracies. Cork go third and multiply? The Bonner blow

Dalo's Hurling Show: Clare conspiracies. Cork go third and multiply? The Bonner blow

Ken Hogan, Ger Cunningham and Michael Moynihan review the weekend's hurling drama with Anthony Daly.

  • Clare gripes with Limerick's approach
  • Will this route suit Cork?
  • Have Tipp the panel?
  • The Nolan clatter than spurred Dubs
  • Keeping Tony Kelly up front
  • What Babs told his own goalkeepers and the opposition's
  • How Eamonn Dillon took on Daithí Burke
  • Poking the Kilkenny bear, Mullen learning on the job
  • Is this Davy's time to win one with Wexford?
  • The Birr axis key to Offaly crisis


  • And much more in an hour of hurling chat...

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