Eoin Larkin’s hurling career has been well documented in his biography, Camouflage.
The James Stephens clubman stepped away from the inter-county scene in 2016 with 8 senior All-Ireland hurling medals in his back pocket. While continuing to play club, he’s recently moved into club management by taking over the reins at Ballinkillen in Carlow.
In the first of our 2021 series for The Clash Act, Larkin sits down with host Eddie Scally to talk about his path through the game of hurling, the benefits life in the army had on his career, the All-Stars, coping with self-doubt, retirement, Brian Cody, being outspoken on social media and his plans as a club manager.
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