If Diarmuid Connolly was an Irish Times reader, he'd probably be somewhat pissed to discover that in the wake of his blistering performance against Tyrone - seven points from play, most of them brilliant - Eoghan O'Gara, who played no part in the All-Ireland quaterfinal, is on the front page of the paper wearing in the #14 jersey. What's up with that? Never mind the glaring 'Wateford' typo that the Broadsheet spotted - this is pretty lazy journalism. Or maybe its just revenge for Connolly's post-match reticence.
Why Is Eoghan O'Gara On The Front Of Today's Irish Times?
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