John Martin

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GLUM LOOKS...The antrim players watch Meath collect the Christy Ring Cup

GLUM LOOKS…The antrim players watch Meath collect the Christy Ring Cup

JOHN Martin has taken a look back at the key hurling moments in the first half of 2016.

Writing in his column today, Martin discusses the highs and many lows that accompanied the teams in the province from January to June.

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“Suggestions as to what to do next ranged from letting both sides keep the trophy for six months to promoting both teams to the MacCarthy Cup, but three days later the CCCC ordered a replay.”

The full column can be read in today’s Gaelic Life, in shops now or available online here.

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