TOMMY MARTIN: Hurling has gone electric, while football still thrums away on a banjo

Monkeys, it turns out, have a highly developed understanding of the concept of fairness, writes Tommy Martin.

Limerick's Kyle Hayes celebrates scoring the equalising point late in the Munster SHC clash with Cork last Saturday. Pic: Piaras Ó Mídheach

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