Tuesday February 25, 2020

Can demographics bring Liam McCarthy to Dublin?

Tonight sees a club based out of Tymon Park compete in the Dublin senior hurling final — but not the one that was a regular participant in the decider since the foundation of the GAA.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
24th October, 2014
Hurling has long been dominated by clubs either in the south of the county or within Dublin city council's boundaries north of the Liffey

Tonight sees a club based out of Tymon Park compete in the Dublin senior hurling final — but not the one that was a regular participant in the decider since the foundation of the GAA.

Separated by a small body of water, Faughs and St Jude's present the most visual example of how the make-up of the sport is changing in the capital. Faughs are the most decorated club in the county's history, their 31...

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