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Roddy King of Laois in action against Damien Reck of Wexford during the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Group B Round 1 game at Chadwicks Wexford Park. Photo by Brendan Moran / Sports File

Antrim goalkeeper Ryan Elliott warms up before the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Group B Round 1 game against Clare at Corrigan Park in Belfast. Photo by David Fitzgerald / Sportsfile

Tony Kelly (left) and Jack Browne of Clare arrive before the Allianz Hurling League Division 1, Group B, Round 1 game against Antrim at Corrigan Park in Belfast. Photo by David Fitzgerald / Sportsfile

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Expert GAA analysis by Joe Brolly, John Mullane, Pat Spillane, and Vincent Hogan & Tomás O’Sé. Issued during the GAA championships.

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The county team’s performance is always commented on at the annual meeting, and Cork’s recent failure to achieve an All-Ireland hurling title was not ignored last December. The 31st victory takes time. Thinking about another season in which Cork showed a talent for converting wine to water, the county CEO Kevin O’Donovan admitted that “the penny has fallen because of the team’s shortcomings.” p>
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Seán Stack was responsible for the Clonlara hurling team, which reached the county final in 2015 and lost to Sixmilebridge. At the beginning of the year he came up with the idea of ​​using John Conlon as the team’s central defender. Stack played that position with honors for Clare in the 1970s and 1980s, but the game had changed dramatically over time.

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When you look back on the hurling season that ended up being in 2020, there’s no question that the feel-good story of the championship was Waterford’s unexpected entry into the finals.

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