ANTHONY DALY: Diarmaid Byrnes and Tom Morrissey Limerick’s unlucky duo

There’s usually less debate about the hurling All-Stars than you get with the football All-Stars.

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ANTHONY DALY: Joy for Imokilly but it’s a strange kind of glory

On the way into the match yesterday, I met Mark Landers, who was doing co-commentary for local radio, writes Anthony Daly.

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ANTHONY DALY: Cork need to put steel fist into silk glove

When Cork finally hit a rhythm and a groove in the second quarter yesterday, everybody around me was probably thinking the same as the entire hurling community. ‘Yeah, Cork have finally got it together now. They’ve weathered the storm. They’ll drive on. They’ll win this handy.’ And the Cork players certainly seemed to think the same.

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ANTHONY DALY: This Cork side know all about hurt. Tomorrow is time for joy

The last quarter of the 2015 Munster minor semi-final was one of the sweetest 15 minutes that I ever put down as a coach, writes Anthony Daly 

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ANTHONY DALY: As Bull McCabe said to the Yank: When others left, we stayed

By last Sunday morning, my voice was creaking, writes Anthony Daly

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ANTHONY DALY: If Joe Canning’s free had gone over for a draw...

I’m so pleased for Limerick.

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ANTHONY DALY: I loved that rush but I’ve also seen final day break some fellas

When the mood takes me, I’ll often head back to the Atlantic Ocean in west Clare for a dip. Living so close to the sea gives me that luxury and I have any amount of options; the Pollock Holes in Kilkee, Cappa near Kilrush, White Strand in Doonbeg, Spanish Point in Miltown Malbay. Beautiful spots, every one of them.

When I was over Dublin, we would often go for recovery sessions in the Irish Sea, writes Anthony Daly.

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