First Cork Taoiseach Since Jack Lynch Says He’s Looking Forward To Showdown With Limerick On Sunday
Excitement is continuing to build ahead of the All-Ireland Hurling Final in Dublin’s Croke Park – with extra trains from Cork and Limerick selling out, and hopeful fans still on the hunt for tickets before the big day.
Micheál Martin says he’s trying to remain neutral, for the moment at least:
“I think it’s all to play. We’re very conscious of the challenges that are there and I have to take a neutral stance. No, I think it’d be very close encounter. I think many people are looking forward to it. It’s been a great year of hurling. And I never cease to marvel at the precision, the speed and the pace of modern hurling – it’s just an extraordinary phenomenon to watch.”