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Ewan MacKenna: It hits you that you'll never get to see your kids grow up, never see their sporting successes, never walk your daughter down the aisle'

12th October, 2014
Ewan MacKenna.

This is the story of two very different men from very different sports who played at very different levels with very different degrees of success. But what they now share is a very similar fate.

The year is 1995, and Anto Finnegan is still pinching himself that he's made the Antrim team for a second consecutive summer although in places like his, reality jostles in. They train hard and convince themselves that it's 15-on-15 only...

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