‘God this is ugly hurling,” tweeted Laois manager Eddie Brennan during the early skirmishes of Limerick’s league semi-final clash against Dublin a week ago. “As near as it gets to (all-out) defending which has destroyed Gaelic football,” he went on. “Dublin coming with a plan to saturate between the 45s and frustrating Limerick.”
Gaelic football, bruised but unbowed, is coming through a trying decade or so of...
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