I have struggled to watch some of my favourite films three times in a lifetime. Yet, before I hit the pillow last Sunday night, I had watched that day’s epic All-Ireland semi-final between Kerry and Dublin three times.
Martin Fogarty was at Brian Cody’s right hand from 2005 to 2013 as Kilkenny won six All-Ireland titles. Now the GAA’s nationwide director of hurling, he looks ahead to this weekend’s Liam MacCarthy showdown with Andy Watters…
KERRY came out on the wrong side of their All-Ireland final meetings with Tyrone in 2005 and '08 and former Red Hand star Ryan McMenamin predicts another loss for the Kingdom in Sunday’s semi-final showdown with Dublin.
IT was somewhat appropriate that, in the midst of the speculation about Bryan Sheehan possibly featuring in goal for Kerry against Dublin tomorrow, that one of their former goalkeepers and current selector Diarmuid Murphy spoke ahead of the big showdown in Croke Park.
HE TOOK the questions about the rumours of a dramatic change of position in his stride, before casually dismissing them and saying the possibility of lining out in goals for Kerry on Sunday was news to him.