The Clash Act S2E7: John Mulhall on hurling playing grades, the Leinster & Munster hurling championships and more
Former Kilkenny hurler John Mulhall rejoins The Clash Act to talk current matters on the state of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship and Joe McDonagh Cup along with a discussion on the minor/under 20 age grades in hurling.
It’s time for another round of The Clash Act with Eddie Scally as we welcome John Mulhall back to the studio to talk all things hurling.
This week, we’ll get to talk about the current state of play for the Leinster and Munster hurling championships and changes that may be required to the Joe McDonagh Cup and the Munster senior hurling championship itself.
And when it comes to underage hurling, do we need to revert the age limits on minors and Under 20s back to Under 18 and 21s? Is it time to stop cup-tying players who reach senior grade but are still eligible for under age competitions?
And how will clubs fare out this summer with J1 applications on the rise?