GAA All Star Wars


#1402

I was under the impression twas the other way round :thinking: Is it not that one of the parents is from Corofin?
Edit. His father played midfield in the 98 club AI win


#1403

It’s clear, just not logical, the seethe.


#1404

You could be right.


#1405

It’s his football club. International ruies isn’t a sport either mind you


#1406

“Real” hurling men say the same about football


#1407

Edit: Weird belated hanging double post.


#1408

His father was outstanding that day. He was 39 and starred at midfield .


#1409

Walked down there for a look after work. The all star game is not for another few hours so I took a few pics and headed off.


#1410

Are you going back down for the game


#1411

Nah mate, going for a few drinks later. An exhibition hurling match wouldn’t interest any true hurling man.


#1412

Your a gas ticket


#1413

I know mate.


#1414

Huge crowd


#1415

There were a fair few watching the rugby alright.


#1416

James McCarthy won Leinster Footballer of the Year. I mean, sure, I guess. I cant even recall anything of note from their winning campaign in Leinster, which is depressing in itself.


#1417

Ah Jaysus boss, I’m a hardcore Limerick supporter and will always talk the team and players up. Peter Casey had quite a good year, especially considering he’s only 20 and put in a good performance against Kilkenny. He’s a really exciting prospect for us.

How can you possibly say though that he had a better year than Joe Canning??? Same probably goes for the players from the other counties you mentioned but I’ll just comment on the Limerick reference.

Think it’s a case of losing all logic to emphasise a point. Okay if you don’t think Joe warranted player of the year but please keep some sanity on the whole argument