ENDA MCEVOY: Ode to a joyous championship

The player

In Limerick’s five championship outings in 2016-17, Graeme Mulcahy managed a goal against Westmeath, failed to score against Tipperary, was twice substituted against Clare (half-time and 56 minutes with 0-0 to his name on each occasion) and came on as a 67th minute substitute for Cian Lynch versus Kilkenny.

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ENDA MCEVOY: Yes, the kids are (more than) alright

Final reflections with Enda McEvoy.

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ENDA MCEVOY: The victors will be the worthiest All-Ireland champions in history. That’ll be Limerick.

The front of the Limerick Leader supplement got the tone pitch-perfect, its message as neatly manicured as one of those deliveries from the half-back line for Aaron Gillane or Seamus Flanagan to feast on.

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ENDA MCEVOY: ‘I don’t know if points from 100 metres are of any value to the game’

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? Enda McEvoy reports

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ENDA MCEVOY: The count on Galway is Strike Three. But this time they’ll deliver

Is it us? Is it Galway? Is it six of one and half a dozen of the other?

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ENDA MCEVOY: Limerick reliability built on coherence

Tomorrow first. Limerick first.

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