Dublin U21 Hurling 2018


#462

That’s the one.


#463

Some antics by the Galway crowd at the end of normal time. Some sham in a saw doctors esque hat running on to have a go at the ref. Followed shortly after by the Gawlay manager! Clowns. Ref was very fussy in fairness, but bad for both teams.

Unbelievable game though. A phenomenal effort by both teams long in to the night. Were blessed really.


#464

The Galway manager reminded of Bubbles from Trailer Park Boys


#465

He looked deranged at half time for sure. Ridiculous carry on.


#466

Michael Curran was another one, though because he didn’t got to Synger, he played big ball with Crumlin.
Richie was Comerford’s first name?


#467

I think he hurled for Crumlin too.


#468

Ah, you could be right there… for some reason I thought he hurled with Kevins.


#469

That’s the one. Apparantly Michael was asked for a character reference when he requested to join the football club :slight_smile: Richie went on to play football with St Kevin’s with a mate of his as the footballers wouldn’t accept a friend of his who was an inter county footballer (who also didn’t go to the school)


#470

They should probably go somewhere, but at underage in Leinster we have Dublin, Kilkenny, Offaly, Wexford, Laois and a lot of years Westmeath who are competitive. So there is just as good a reason for them to go into Munster as anywhere. This willingness to eliminate the Leinster championship (to the extent that the senior final is being played in Munster with one Connacht team) and not touch the Munster championship is getting to be a bit of a pain the backside…


#471

He was, wasn’t he. Very entertaining throughout…


#472

Originally with St Kevin’s Kilnamanagh, then Kevin’s then Crumlin. A lot of dual players (who didn’t go to the school) moved on from Kevin’s as they couldn’t play for Synger.


#473

He did.


#474

Is that Richie Comerford? Blast from the past. Brilliant hurler.


#475

Yeah. Keep an eye on his two sons and there’s a third coming up the ranks as well.