Have you heard about the hurler with the crazy commute?

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    Jonathan Glynn in action for Galway last summer


    He lives and works in the United States, but on Sunday he will run out in front of 82,300 screaming fans in Dublin in the biggest game of the year.


    When the hurlers of Galway and Limerick run out onto the Croke Park pitch, there won’t be any doubt as to which of them has had to do the most traveling in order to represent his county in front of a global TV audience of millions in the 2018 All-Ireland Final.


    Foror the past two years, Galway forward Jonathan Glynn (25) has commuted home regularly from New York in order to represent his county. His dedication to the cause has astounded pundits, supporters, and former players as he bids to help the Tribesmen win back-to-back titles.


    Irish hurling hero commutes 6,000 miles weekly from New York to play with Galway
     
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    Will you be watching the All Ireland Hurling Final today?

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    Former Limerick hurler Ciaran Carey believes that the current crop of Treaty players are the best he’s seen come out of the county.

    Limerick travel to Croke Park on Sunday to take on Galway in the All-Ireland hurling final, seeking to bring the Liam MacCarthy cup back to the Treaty County for the first time in 45 years..

    Carey - Limerick's class of 2018 is the best I've seen
     

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