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Offaly's Under 20s Want Success To Back Up Support

The children of Coolanerney National School showing their colours ahead of All Ireland Final Day

Colin Spain says hurling is going through a renaissance in Offaly.

"Talk doesn't mean anything if you don't win anything"

Offaly under 20 hurler Colin Spain says everyone is talking about Offaly hurling, but he and his team mates won't be getting side tracked by the excitement.

Cork stand in between the Faithful County and an All Ireland title on Sunday.

Spain has been  one of the main fulrums of the Offaly side, locking down midfield with Cathal King.

The Kilcormac Killoughey man says there's something special happening with hurling in the county:

Meanwhile over the county, people are showing their support for the team.

One place in particular is Coolanarney National School, where players Adam Screeney and Charlie Mitchell are past pupils.

Our coverage of the All Ireland Under 20 Hurling Final is with thanks to homeinstead.ie

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