Clare dual star Podge Collins was on Off The Ball tonight, and has said he expects to be fully recovered from his cruciate ligament injury by March.
Collins injured his knee while playing hurling with his club, Cratloe last May, and recalled the moment the injury occured following a clash with Paul Flanagan:
I knew there was damage done, I was in pain, but I got up. We hadn't started well, we were four points down, but I went into full forward.
I was moving my knee, I'll never forget standing over it, moving it side to side with my hand.
When I shot, the knee twisted and something definitely went then. I let out a scream and felt three seconds of sharp pain.
In between the two surges of pain, Collins managed to score a point, which he recalled in quintessentially GAA fashion:
The strike wasn't pretty or anything but it went over.
Collins also revealed how he organises his time as a dual player. The management team of the football and hurling teams have come together and drawn out a calendar for Collins, so he knows exactly what is on the agenda each night this year.
Listen to the interview in full here.