On the day Dublin played Waterford in the relegation final in Walsh Park in 2014, we still had four minutes before we had to leave the dressing room when I walked out the door. “I’ve enough said,” I told the players. “I’m going.” I high-tailed, banged the door and was gone.
Investigations are continuing into the air crash in Co Wexford in which two men were killed, Sam Allardyce has admitted the time was right to leave West Ham after the club confirmed his four-year reign had drawn to a close, Celebs tweet their love for Ireland following Saturday’s referendum results and Anthony Daly asks if people really think Clare’s number is up?
Dublin hurler Johnny McCaffrey believes this summer’s Leinster championship is the most open in recent history and insists the current squad assembled under Ger Cunningham is stronger than Anthony Daly’s 2013 provincial-winning side.
I was down in Kilkenny yesterday morning for a challenge game with the Limerick minors. The match was fixed for James Stephens’ new ground on the Kells road but I hadn’t a clue where I was going, so I ended up in their old place in the city, writes.