For Dublin minor hurling Manager Shay Boland, the glass was very much “well full,” rather than half empty, when the final whistle sounded in the All-Ireland Final on Sunday afternoon last in Croke Park.
He had watched his side surrender an impressive opening position; recover to lead by three at half time; again surrender their advantage after the break; and eventually come good at the very death to force a replay against hot favourites Tipperary. It was a topsy turvy game and Shay pointed to the experience of his side as being crucial as the clock ticked down. See this weeks Tipperary Star for full report.
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