Oscar Wilde wrote that no man is rich enough to buy back his past and, when it comes to reflecting on last year’s All-Ireland semi-final, Alan Cadogan has no plans to. “If, if, if we didn’t get the red card,” says Cadogan, in no mood to deal in hypotheticals. I can’t remember the score when the red card happened, but we were beaten comprehensively in the end. Obviously, we were beaten [in the All- Ireland semi-final] by Waterford, a better team, but it was a positive year. We’re going into the unknown and we’re looking forward to it.”Alan Cadogan was speaking at the launch of the Bord Gáis Energy summer of hurling.
Source: Irish Examiner May 16, 2018 23:03 UTC