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AUDIO: Tipperary Star On Why It Would Be 'Crazy' To Abolish The U21 Grade

AUDIO: Tipperary Star On Why It Would Be 'Crazy' To Abolish The U21 Grade
By Conor Neville

Colin O'Riordan, Tipperary's nineteen year old inspiration in midfield, has emerged as one of the brightest stars of the Eirgrid U21 All-Ireland football championship.

He was instrumental in Tipperary's stunning second half rally against the Dubs, driving the team forward time and again from midfield.

 

The astoundingly precocious O'Riordan was a fifteen year old member of the Tipperary minor team that claimed the All-Ireland in such dramatic fashion in 2011. A dual player, the hurlers have inquired about his availability but he's committed to the footballers and while he wouldn't acknowledge that Tipperary is a dual county at this point.

He also tells us why he believes it would be 'crazy' to abolish the U21 grade.

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