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‘You can’t expect lads to train nine months for one match’

Wednesday, 3rd July, 2019 10:55am
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‘You can’t expect lads to train nine months for one match’

Jeffrey Lynskey. Photo: Ray Ryan

‘You can’t expect lads to train nine months for one match’

Jeffrey Lynskey. Photo: Ray Ryan

By David Connors

LAST August, Jeff Lynskey completed an unprecedented feat in the county by presiding over Galway’s third All-Ireland minor hurling title in four years. The Liam Mellows clubman has since taken over the reins from Tony Ward as U-20 boss.
Ahead of Thursday evening’s do-or-die clash with Kilkenny, Herald Sport sat down with Lynskey to reflect on 2018 minor success, his decision to step into the U-20 manager’s role, championship structures at the grade, upcoming opponents Kilkenny, Dublin funding, and the possibility of becoming Galway senior hurling manager down the line.

Read the interview in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald

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