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Critical importance of puckouts | Limerick and Waterford restart scores — with analyst Sean Flynn

Sean Flynn, video analyst for Tipperary in their 2019 All-Ireland winning season, delves into the world of puckouts and statistics

Sean Flynn, a video analyst for Tipperary in their 2019 All-Ireland winning season and current manager of Burgess, delves into the world of puckouts and how Limerick and Waterford have taken advantage of them.

Sean Flynn, a video analyst for Tipperary in their 2019 All-Ireland winning season and current manager of Burgess, delves into the world of puckouts and how Limerick and Waterford have taken advantage of them.

In conversation with Shane Stapleton, Flynn uses still images to exhibit the styles of both the Treaty and Na Deise.

The value of puckouts as seen in the four games played by both Waterford and Limerick respectively

We look at how Liam Cahill has his side scoring from restarts in the 2020 championship, but how it dropped in the Munster final against Sunday’s opponents.

Flynn explains the advantage held by John Kiely — “Limerick are in year four (of their management); Waterford are in year one, but is it really year one with Covid?” — and how that could be the difference in a tight game.

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“The other big thing to me is the breaks and the rucks, and how Fergal Horgan will ref this,” says Flynn.

ALL-IRELAND SH CHAMPIONSHIPS 2020
LEINSTER

October 24: Quarter-final: Dublin 2-31 Laois 0-23, Croke Park.
October 31: Semi-finals: Kilkenny 3-20 Dublin 2-22, Croke Park; Galway 1-27 Wexford 0-17, Croke Park
November 14: Final: Kilkenny 2-20 Galway 0-24, Croke Park

MUNSTER
October 25: Quarter-final: Limerick 0-36 Clare 1-23, Semple Stadium
October 31: Semi-final: Waterford 1-28 Cork 1-24, Semple Stadium
November 1: Semi-final: Limerick 3-23 Tipperary 2-17, Pairc Ui Chaoimh
November 15: Final: Limerick 0-25 Waterford 0-21, Semple Stadium.

ALL-IRELAND QUALIFIERS
November 7: Round 1: Clare 0-27 Laois 3-17, UPMC Nowlan Park; Cork 1-25 Dublin 0-22, Semple Stadium.
November 14: Round 2: Clare 1-21 Wexford 0-17, MW Hire O’Moore Park; Tipperary 2-18 Cork 1-17, LIT
Gaelic Grounds.
November 21: All-Ireland quarter-finals: Galway 3-23 Tipperary 2-24, LIT Gaelic Grounds; Waterford 3-27
Clare 3-18, Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
November 28: All-Ireland semi-final: Waterford 2-27 Kilkenny 2-23, Croke Park.
November 29: All-Ireland semi-final: Limerick 0-27 Galway 0-24, Croke Park.
December 13: All-Ireland final: Limerick v Waterford, Croke Park.

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