1984 All-Ireland Hurling Final: Cork v Offaly


The climax of a genuinely historic year in hurling. As it’s the centenary of the GAA, the All-Ireland final is to be played in Thurles, birthplace of the association, the first time in 47 years that it’s been out of Croke Park. It’s a clash of old and new, the most successful county in history against the most recent new entry on the roll of honour. Cork’s credentials after two difficult years rest on an exhilarating Munster final victory over old rivals Tipperary. Offaly have regained the edge in Leinster and are eying a second MacCarthy Cup. This DVD has the full match as originally broadcast. Cork 3-16 Offaly 1-12

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