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In Pictures: Waterford Shows Its Appreciation For Record Breaker Brick Walsh

In Pictures: Waterford Shows Its Appreciation For Record Breaker Brick Walsh
By PJ Browne Updated

Though Waterford lost their final game of this year's Munster Hurling Championship, it was still a day to remember for Michael 'Brick' Walsh.

The four-time All-Star made a record 74th championship appearance. Remarkably, those appearances have all been consecutive.

35-year-old Walsh passed former Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins on the all-time list.

Post-match, Waterford supporters gathered on the Semple Stadium to show their appreciation for a hurling legend.

Photos by Matt Browne/Sportsfile

Brick makes his way to the dressing room with his two-year-old son Tadhg
Brick signs autographs for supporters
Brick signs for Derek Ryan and his daughter Beth

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