MIKE QUIRKE: Rugby falls short to Gaelic football and hurling in skills department

When I was a young fella, the local rugby boys came calling to my house. They had spotted the big body and wanted to get me up training and turn me into the next Mick Galwey, writes Mike Quirke

New Zealand's Malakai Fekitoa is stopped in his tracks by Lions winger Jack Nowell at Eden Park. Picture: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

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