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Fergal Hartley on how Monster Munch and an impromptu session sent Waterford to Munster glory in 2002

The Ballygunner legend talks about the infamous loss to Kerry in 1993, and how the Deise built themselves up into a force under Gerald and then Justin McCarthy.

He also talks about his first Munster championship win over Tipperary in 1998, but how tough times at how meant he dashed to the dressing-room on the final whistle.

Hartley also talks about his regrets of retiring from the panel for a season, and the impact of the managers he played under.

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