Cork legend Tomás Mulcahy says he "cannot believe" that referee Shane Hynes' decision not to award Offaly a free out in the closing stages of yesterday's All-Ireland MHC final wasn't highlighted on The Sunday Game last night.
The Faithful had victory snatched from their grasp in heartbreaking circumstances when Paddy McCormack scored a last-gasp winning goal for Tipperary after Paddy Phelan was awarded a close-in free. The decision came moments after many observers felt that Offaly midfielder Niall Furlong should have been awarded a free out.
The former Sunday Game analyst said: "Not taking from Tipp victory today but I cannot believe no mention on Sunday Game or highlighting the play before the free for last goal was scored - it was a free out to Offaly."
Meanwhile, Offaly GAA has arranged a homecoming event for their young hurlers this evening. They will be in O'Connor Park, Tullamore from 6pm to 7.30pm and St Brendan's Park, Birr from 8pm to 9.30pm.
Not taking from Tipp victory today but I cannot believe no mention on Sunday game or highlighting the play before the free for last goal was scored - it was a free out to Offaly -— Tomas Mulcahy (@tomas_mulcahy) July 3, 2022