The magic of conjuring up All-Ireland tickets

The miracles aren’t restricted to the Croke Park pitch today

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
20th September, 2015
James O’Donoghue of Kerry bursts through the Dublin defence during the 2013 All-Ireland semi-final. Picture: Sportsfile

Dublin play Kerry this afternoon in a football game. It’s the same as so many others for Larry. A source of stress and time for magic in the weeks and days beforehand. For almost 60 years he has performed miracles and he hasn’t wanted any thanks. Actually he’s usually shunned it. One summer a woman had a Mass said for him. Others have dropped by bottles of spirits. One enterprising chap used to leave him...

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