CHEESED OFF.. HURLING FALL-OUT FROM FENWAY FRACAS; Cheddar Questions Wisdom of Trip

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CHEESED OFF.. HURLING FALL-OUT FROM FENWAY FRACAS; Cheddar Questions Wisdom of Trip


Byline: PAT NOLAN

LAOIS manager Seamas 'Cheddar' Plunkett has questioned the thinking behind the Super 11s concept.

The Dublin and Galway hurlers played an exhibition game in the 11-aside goalsonly format at Boston's Fenway Park on Sunday, with a mass brawl the main talking point afterwards, though several have been critical of the whole venture, Plunkett included.

"I probably wouldn't question the wisdom of it if the work was going on here in Ireland," he said. "It's just when there is such a lack of strategic thinking about growing the game in these counties and then you have something like that... I think then it doesn't work.

"What was the objective of it? These things don't come cheap and they send two panels to the States? This is not about the money, it's really about the thinking behind the whole project.

"It's unclear how the game in Ireland is going to grow, and then there's something like this, it just doesn't sit right and certainly I think you would have a completely different way of growing the game worldwide or Stateside or whatever that objective is, than simply going and having a game in Fenway Park to promote it.

"We've a limited amount of money in terms of promoting the game in Ireland and I would just think that the full focus should be on that. …

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