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Patrick Horgan on autopilot taking frees | love of Tom Brady | all the articles written about him

Cork star Patrick Horgan talks about his career in red, the preparation he puts in, Tom Brady, his love of hurling, and whether he reads the hundreds of articles written about him.
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Pictured is Cork hurler Patrick Horgan who has teamed up with Centra for the launch of their Community Matters campaign which will call on people across Ireland to show what matters most to them about their local community. Centra, 12 years as proud sponsors of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, are celebrating Ireland’s communities and the strong bonds people have developed with their locality over the past 15 months.
To see how Centra will champion communities across Ireland, follow @CentraIRL and  #CommunityMatters across social.

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