ANTHONY DALY: So much to admire about the Na Piarsaigh success story

The memories came flooding back to me in Thurles yesterday from all angles. It was almost 20 years to the day since we, Clarecastle, won our only Munster title in 1997. We had beaten Ballygunner in the semi-final. There was a Limerick team in the final again yesterday, just like there had been when we met Patrickswell.

Na Piarsaigh's Niall Buckley comes under pressure from Ballygunner pair Pauric Mahony and Peter Hogan. Picture: Piaras Ó Pídheach/Sportsfile

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