JOHN FOGARTY: Déise grace can’t mask a system of imbalance

Hours after Sunday’s latest Munster SHC draw, Michael ‘Brick’ Walsh thumbed a message on the Waterford WhatsApp players group. Nodding to his fumble that led to Patrick Maher’s first goal, he claimed responsibility for the draw but vowed to make amends against Limerick this Sunday and encouraged his team-mates to look ahead to the game.

Waterford keeper Stephen O'Keeffe, Philip Mahony, Michael Walsh, and Conor Gleeson appeal to the umpires Picture: Piaras Ó Mídheach

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