PAUL ROUSE: A fitting tribute to Willie Hough - a legend of Limerick hurling

For two hours last Sunday, the brilliant Limerick full-forward Seamus Flanagan stood in tribute to Willie Hough in the West Limerick village of Monagea, writes Paul Rouse

Monagea chairman Liam Herlihy unveiling of a plaque in honour of All-Ireland-winning Limerick captain Willie Hough in Monagea.

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