1976 All-Ireland Hurling Final: Cork v Wexford
The counties’ rivalry defined the golden age of the 1950s and delivered record attendances in their two finals. Twenty years after their most famous final Cork and Wexford return to centre stage. Wexford have beaten both of last year’s finalists Kilkenny and Galway on the way. Tony Doran leads the Wexford threat but this final also sees the first appearance at this level of another player destined for greatness, Jimmy Barry-Murphy. In a match that ebbs and flows the result is in doubt until the end.
This DVD has the full match as originally broadcast. Cork 2-21 Wexford 4-11