February 6, 2022
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When legal tackles result in players getting hurt it’s time to examine the laws
A video was circulated this week to mark the retirement of Padraic Maher, the Tipperary hurler. In the footage, from the 2016 All-Ireland semi-final, Joe Canning is soloing the ball as he accelerates down the Hogan Stand side of Croke Park.
Canning’s gallop is halted when Maher charges towards the Galway player and meets him flush with a well-timed and thunderously executed shoulder.
As a tribute to Maher’s superb career, it did not seem…
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