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1949 Railway Cup

Munster Hurling team that won the Railway Cup on St Patrick's Day  1949 in Croke Park  beating Connaght 5-3 to 2-9,  attendance 40,091

Five Waterford players  in photo were on it. Back Left Vin Baston next to trainer Jim Barry ,Jim Ware 5th in and John Keane 6th  in ,Andy Fleming far right ,front row 4th from left Ned Daly  

Jim Ware (Waterford) Andy Fleming (Waterford) Con Murphv (Cork), Tom Cregan (Limerick); Jim Devitt (Tipperary , Paddy Donovan (Cork), Tom Purcell (Tipperary) Vin Baston (Waterford), Mick Ryan (Limerick), Christy Ring (Cork), John Keane (Waterford) capt, Sean Herbert (Limerick) . Mick Daly (Clare) , Ned  Daly (Waterford ), Willie  Carroll (Tippcrary). Sub.—P. Fitzgerald (Limerick) replaced Carroll (injured) Subs Mick Hayes and Eddie Carew (and also Jack Lynch Cork)




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