DAVY Fitzgerald and Derek McGrath are like two twins who were separated at birth. DAVY Fitzgerald and Derek McGrath are like two twins who were separated at birth. John Mullane: Davy Fitzgerald and Derek McGrath are similar in so many ways as managers - it mightn't be a pretty spectacleHaving played under both, and gained many insights into how both men think and behave, they’re almost identical in their view of hurling.
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The Berry Bowl competition at the Burlington County Farm Fair marked the first time anyone asked me to judge anything. It was an honor, but it went to my head.“You know where the Home Arts Show is?” I asked a guy on my way into the county fairgrounds in Springfield.“Who are you?” he asked. I told him, and added, “I’m a celebrity judge for the food contest.”“Never heard of ya. The tent’s up there,” he said.In the tent, Barbara Palko recognized me, since she invited me to judge.
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