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Trauma before 1973 All-Ireland | joyful win | almost dying from building site accident

On a train with his wife, Richie Bennis got off after hearing a rumour that his son had died in the lead-up to the 1973 All-Ireland final. ‘A Game That Smiles’, his autobiography, is out now. Shane Stapleton sat down with the former Patrisckwell and Limerick star to speak about his life and times.

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