Standard of Senior club hurling in Offaly

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Re: Standard of Senior club hurling in Offaly

Post by Lone Shark » Sat Nov 07, 2020 11:26 pm

It is possible to predict things, and still not to want them to happen. I don't enjoy modern hurling nearly as much as I did the game of 2000-2010, when it was absolutely phenomenal - but that doesn't mean it's ever going back there.

That's not how sport works. I agree with Tmacmahon in his prognostications, but I certainly don't like it, or want it.
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Re: Standard of Senior club hurling in Offaly

Post by Liam2020 » Sun Nov 22, 2020 3:34 pm

I see where Ben ó Connor of Cork lamenting about where the game is going. He says hurling is like soccer non contact.
I always rember é Coughlan and Tony Doran doing battle in the 80 S. Savage but on the ball , when hurling was a man's game, we could honestly put some of the top camogie players out nowadays and know they would be not in any danger.

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