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I love Cork so much that if I caught one of their hurlers in bed with my missus, I'd tiptoe downstairs and make him a cup of tea.
Joe Lynch, actor

Keep your eye on the ball, even when it's in the referee's pocket.
Christy Ring
Advice to aspiring hurlers.

The toughest match I ever heard off was the 1935 All-Ireland Semi-Final. After 6 minutes, the ball ricocheted off a post and went into the stand. The pulling continued relentlessly and it was 22 minutes before any of the players noticed the ball was
Michael Smith

Pat Fox has it on his hurley and is motoring well now. But here comes Joe Rabbitte hot on his tail. I've seen it all now - a Rabbitte chasing a Fox around Croke Park!
Micheal O Muircheartaigh

Sylvie Linnane would start a riot in a graveyard.
Tipp fan

Several broken sticks, two broken heads, and two bruised fingers were part of the afternoon's play, for hurling, the Irish national game is the fastest and probably the most dangerous of sports. It is a combination of hockey, football, golf, baseball, battle and sudden death. It was a real Irish game.
Daily Mail
Reporting on a match held in London (1921).

Colin Corkery on the 45 lets go with the right boot. It's over the bar. This man shouldn't be playing football. He's made an almost Lazarus-like recovery from a heart condition. Lazarus was a great man, but he couldn't kick points like Colin Corkery.
Micheal O Muircheartaigh

I'm not giving away any secrets like that to Tipperary. If I had my way, I wouldn't even tell them the time of the throw-in.
Ger Loughnane

Whenever a team loses, there's always a row at half time but when they win, it's an inspirational speech.
John O' Mahony

It’s all over... Clare are... Jeeeesus!!
Matthew McMahon, Clare FM
At the end of the Munster Final 1995.

Ollie Murphy is after throwing so many dummies, you wouldn't see the likes in a creche.
Kevin Mallon
On LM/FM local radio.

And it looks like there’s a bit of a schemozzle in the parallellogram.
Mícheál O’Hehir
A favourite euphemism of the legendary RTE commentator.

And Tom Cheasty breaks through with Kilkenny defenders falling around him like dying wasps
Mícheál O’Hehir

When my friends were besotted with Jason Donovan, my heroes were Colm O'Rourke and Barney Rock.
Sue Ramsbottom
Laois Ladies Captain.

We're taking this match awful seriously.We're training three times a week now, and some of the boys are off the beer since Tuesday.
Offaly hurler
In the week before a Leinster hurling final vs. Kilkenny.

Ger Loughnane was fair, he treated us all the same during training-like dogs.
Anonymous Clare hurler

Any chance of an autograph? It's for the wife....she really hates you.
Tipp fan to Ger Loughnane

You can't win derbies with donkeys.
Babs Keating
Before Tipp played Cork in 1990.

Sheep in a heap.
Babs Keating
His description of Offaly in 1998.

A clap on the back is only about two feet from a kick in the arse.
Babs Keating

Babs Keating 'resigned' as coach because of illness and fatigue. The players were sick and tired of him.
Offaly fan in 1998

They have a forward line that couldn't punch holes in a paper bag.
Pat Spillane
On the Cavan football team.

Meath players like to get their retaliation in first.
Cork fan 1988

That referee must have no wipers on his glasses!
Eddie Moroney
From his 1992 commentary of Aherlow's U21 Tipperary county win.

Colin Corkery is deceptive. He is slower than he looks.
Kerry fan

Life isn't all beer and football...some of us haven't touched a football in months.
Kerry player
During league campaign 1980s.

The first half was even, the second half was even worse.
Pat Spillane

The cigarettes are being lit here in the commentary box,. the lads are getting anxious, its a line ball down there to Clare and who's to take it? Will ye put 'em out lads ye'll feckin' choke me.
Matthew McMahon, Clare FM
During commentary on 1995 hurling All-Ireland.

Is the ref going to finally blow his whistle? ...No, he's going to blow his shaggin' nose!
Radio Kilkenny
Commentator on Kilkenny v Wexford National League match.

My only consolation was that I held Tomas Mannion (Galway's corner back) scoreless.
Joe Brolly
Recalling a dire performance against Galway.
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