The art of goalscoring — from Cork’s old machine-gun fire to the heavy artillery of Tipperary — and the free spirits like Lar Corbett are in danger of being drowned in a sea of points. What to do? Change the sliotar? Award four points for the goal? reports
The shock waves that followed Galway’s barely believable schooling of Kilkenny in last Sunday’s Leinster final will have an effect in many different ways over the coming months, and not just in the belief that suddenly more teams have a chance of winning the Liam MacCarthy Cup.
He returned ‘home’ expecting to attend a retirement party for his brother Liam, but former Cork dual star supreme Brian Murphy was the centre of attention at the Nemo Rangers complex on Saturday night where he was honoured for his remarkable sporting achievements.
ANYONE who saw the current Newtownshandrum side in its infancy in the early 1990’s, when they were accumulating North Cork and county underage titles with consummate ease, knew for certain that this was a side destined for greatness.