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left: Galway's Ignatius Harney from Tynagh was on the 1923 winning team but lost the finals of 28 and 29 to Cork. .middle: Having played a prominent role in the fight for freedom with Tom Barry's Flying Column in his late teens, Jim Hurley went on to win four All Ireland medals with Cork between 1926 and 1931. .right: Eudie Coughlan from Blackrock who was a sub on the winning Cork team in 1919, captained Cork for his fifth medal in the three epic games against Kilkenny in 1931.

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left: Galway's Ignatius Harney from Tynagh was on the 1923 winning team but lost the finals of 28 and 29 to Cork. .middle: Having played a prominent role in the fight for freedom with Tom Barry's Flying Column in his late teens, Jim Hurley went on to win four All Ireland medals with Cork between 1926 and 1931. .right: Eudie Coughlan from Blackrock who was a sub on the winning Cork team in 1919, captained Cork for his fifth medal in the three epic games against Kilkenny in 1931.