THIS WAS CERTAINLY MUN TO REMEMBER!Wolfe Tones 4-9
It will rightly go down in history as one of the best ever finals in the history of the Munster Club hurling championship.
The clear champions Wolfe Tones captured the title for the first time with a one point win over favourites Ballygunner of Waterford at Semple in Thurles yesterday. This game had everything, including excellent scores, magnificent defending and tremendous commitment.
Wolfe Tones were 12 points up moments into the second half, but Paul Flynn The name Paul Flynn may refer to:
The winners went five points up again, but back came Ballygunner, and when substitute Gordon Ryan had their fourth goal with just over a minute and a half remaining, the issue was really in the melting pot melting pot
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Ballygunner threw everything at Wolfe Tones in the next two minutes but the outstanding Brian Lohan Brian Lohan (born November 1971) is a retired Irish sportsman. He played hurling with his local club Wolfe Tones na Sionna and with the Clare senior inter-county team from 1993 until 2006. Lohan is regarded as one of Clare's greatest-ever players. and his teammates held on for victory in their first ever year in this competition. Lohan proved a real inspiration to his side. He was ably assisted by his younger brother Wiki is aware of the following uses of "'Younger Brother":
For Ballygunner, Flynn also scored 2-4 while others who impressed were Billy O'Sullivan, Paul Power, Rory O'Sullivan and Stephen Frampton.