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Clare Playing In Gaelic Grounds

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Replying To Oldtourman:  "Remember Cork never travelled to Ennis until they had to. In the past there were Home/Away arrangements with Tipp, LK and Waterford but never with Clare, from a Cork viewpoint"
Prior to the round robin Cork had stopped going to Walsh Park for many years as Waterford beat them there in 1967 and 1974

KnockaineyAbú (Limerick) - Posts: 96 - 06/06/2023 11:40:23    2484341


Replying To Lockerroomboy:  "As I have said many times and people don't agree with me, playing at home does not give you a advantage, you have the same ability talent wherever the match is, Obviously Clare think so too"
You do realise Limerick and Clare in Gaelic Grounds is the equivalent of ourselves playing Kilkenny in New Ross or Carlow in Bunclody? Home advantage is massive in sport, look at Premier League, Six Nations etc. When neighbours are playing in GAA its deluded a good bit as a good away contingent usually travel.

TerribleFootwork (Wexford) - Posts: 1168 - 06/06/2023 13:02:11    2484390