Hurling 2024

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Truthsayer

Quote from: Armaghtothebone on June 09, 2024, 05:06:37 PM
Quote from: Truthsayer on June 09, 2024, 05:01:26 PMLet them at it... the games being sanitised enough. A man's game.

Compare that statement with the hoo-ha over a touch of the head with a trailing boot in Celtic Park last week.
Haven't seen any kicks in the head here... in fact seen very little contentious here. You're coming to this with an Armagh chip on your shoulder. Is nothing comparable

burdizzo

Quote from: Blowitupref on June 09, 2024, 05:08:47 PMHalf time Limerick 0-13 Clare 1-10.  Goal for Clare right before the break.

Some goal, though!

Armagh18


Armagh18

That shouldnt be a free for the hit on Kelly!

imtommygunn

Limerick are just miles above everyone really. It is going to get boring.

Even the new boys coming in are far better than most of the best of the rest.

Armagh18

Quote from: imtommygunn on June 09, 2024, 05:56:02 PMLimerick are just miles above everyone really. It is going to get boring.

Even the new boys coming in are far better than most of the best of the rest.
serious.

Would there be many going for their 6th in a row here?

For all that, Clare missed how many goal chances and gifted Limerick one? What hope have you then?

Blowitupref

A record six in row for Limerick,  FT 1-26 to 1-20.   Last years Munster final was closer 1-23 to 1-22
Is the ref going to finally blow his whistle?... No, he's going to blow his nose

Truthsayer

#1387
Can't see them beat this year. Can kill a team in a few minutes with that rapid handpassing and shooting. Same as last years All Ireland final kept opposition at armas lenght 4/5 points ahead. Brilliant team.  Fair play Peter Duggan.. gave all.

From the Bunker

Limerick win 6 in a row - Clare have won 6 in 136 years.

Armagh18

How long til Limerick do the Dublin and quit celebrating these wins? ;)

Truthsayer

Quote from: Armagh18 on June 09, 2024, 06:15:30 PMHow long til Limerick do the Dublin and quit celebrating these wins? ;)
Munster hurling final a different traditional and much harder won. Could enjoy it for another while..

Capt Pat

Limerick seemed to dominate from what I saw. However if Mark Rodgers had converted that goal chance when he hit the post Limerick might have been caught.

mouview

Quote from: imtommygunn on June 09, 2024, 05:56:02 PMLimerick are just miles above everyone really. It is going to get boring.

Even the new boys coming in are far better than most of the best of the rest.

Maybe, but Clare flatter to deceive greatly. Definitely behind Cork and Kilkenny in the pecking order and Wexford could stretch them in their next outing also. Never got the hype about them too much, a good number of ordinary players on the team, starting with no. 1.

Blowitupref

Limerick team that won Munster in 2019. (1st of their six in a row)

N Quaid;
S Finn, M Casey, R English;
D Byrnes, D Hannon, D Morrissey;
C Lynch, W O'Donoghue
G Hegarty, K Hayes, T Morrissey;
A Gillane, G Mulcahy, P Casey

Subs brought on S Dowling, D O'Donovan, S Flanagan, B Nash, D Reidy


Team that started today

Nickie Quaid;
Mike Casey, Dan Morrissey, Barry Nash;
Diarmaid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Kyle Hayes;
Will O'Donoghue, Cathal O'Neill;
GearĂ³id Hegarty, David Reidy, Tom Morrissey;
Aaron Gillane, Shane O'Brien, Cian Lynch.
Is the ref going to finally blow his whistle?... No, he's going to blow his nose

blasmere

Quote from: mouview on June 09, 2024, 06:19:43 PM
Quote from: imtommygunn on June 09, 2024, 05:56:02 PMLimerick are just miles above everyone really. It is going to get boring.

Even the new boys coming in are far better than most of the best of the rest.

Maybe, but Clare flatter to deceive greatly. Definitely behind Cork and Kilkenny in the pecking order and Wexford could stretch them in their next outing also. Never got the hype about them too much, a good number of ordinary players on the team, starting with no. 1.

I wouldn't say they are ordinary, they are playing against one of the all time great teams and are quite probably their toughest opponents over the past number of years, not so much today I grant you.

Quote from: Blowitupref on June 09, 2024, 06:25:23 PMLimerick team that won Munster in 2019. (1st of their six in a row)

N Quaid;
S Finn, M Casey, R English;
D Byrnes, D Hannon, D Morrissey;
C Lynch, W O'Donoghue
G Hegarty, K Hayes, T Morrissey;
A Gillane, G Mulcahy, P Casey

Subs brought on S Dowling, D O'Donovan, S Flanagan, B Nash, D Reidy


Team that started today

Nickie Quaid;
Mike Casey, Dan Morrissey, Barry Nash;
Diarmaid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Kyle Hayes;
Will O'Donoghue, Cathal O'Neill;
GearĂ³id Hegarty, David Reidy, Tom Morrissey;
Aaron Gillane, Shane O'Brien, Cian Lynch.

That's incredible consistency. Only Dowling and I think English no longer involved.
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