RTÉ’s recent Summer of Hurling series served as quite the reminder just how dazzling last year’s Championship was, writes John Fogarty.
If season ticket sales for 2019 weren’t already rocketing they would have been propelled by this festive feast. Hurling may have considerable difficulties expanding itself as a game to be played but as one to be watched and revered it is a league of its own.
That isn’t to say there won’t be attempts to try and improve it.
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