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The Liam MacCarthy Cup

The Liam MacCarthy Cup (Hardback)

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First awarded in 1923, Sean Og O Ceallachain and Owen McCann survey every decade since then, recalling many of the most famous All-Ireland hurling finals:





* The thunder and lightning final of 1939, played in a monsoon on the day World War II broke out * The great Cork and Wexford finals of the 1950s * The achievements of the Tipperary team in the 1960s * Cork's three in a row in the late 1970s * The Galway revival in the 1980s. * The memorable smash-and-grab raid by Offaly in 1994 when Limerick had all but won the championship * Clare and Loughnane in the late 1990s * The big three: Cork, Tipperary and Kilkenny after 2000 * Kilkenny's three in a row in 2008.





There is nostalgia and excitement in these pages for every lover of the national game.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationHurlingSport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationSporting events, tours & organisations Publisher: Gill Publication Date: 25/09/2009 ISBN-13: 9780717144983  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Sean Og O Ceallachain, now in his eighties, is a journalist, author, historian and broadcaster. His Sunday night results programme, `Gaelic Sports Results', on RTE radio is the longest continuously broadcast radio feature in the world. He is the author of The Dubs (2006) and Giants of Gaelic Football (2008). Owen McCann has written extensively on Gaelic games for a wide range of publications. He introduced the top scoring records to Gaelic sports journalism, and is also author of Greats of Gaelic Games, (1976, revised 1989), Centenary Year 1984 and 1986, Who's Who in Gaelic Games (1978), The Leesiders Three-in-a-Row Senior Hurling Treble of 1976-78, and Limerick's Day of Glory (1973).

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