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Diarmaid Byrnes: “We want to make our own history in our own jersey… what’s in the past is done”

Byrnes talks about lifting a second county title with Patrickswell, creating their own history in Munster, Limerick’s season, and tactics not being “applied maths”

Wexford’s Lee Chin, Limerick’s Diarmaid Byrnes, Kilkenny’s Paul Murphy and Tipperary’s Barry Heffernan were at Aer Lingus Hangar 6 at Dublin Airport this morning where Aer Lingus, in partnership with the GAA & GPA, unveiled a one-of-a-kind customised playing kit for the New York Hurling Classic which takes place at Citi Field in New York on November 16th. Aer Lingus will once again be the Official Airline of the event and will be responsible for flying the four teams to New York. Aer Lingus is Ireland’s only 4-Star airline and has been involved in the Hurling Classic on three previous occasions where it has been played at Fenway Park in 2015, 2017 & 2018.

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