Wexford legend Larry O'Gorman belts out stirring rendition of Dancing in the Crossroads
Larry O'Gorman is best known for his days as an All-Ireland winning half-back for the Wexford hurlers but he's also no stranger to a microphone.
O'Gorman is considered one of the heroes of the Wexford hurling team that won the All-Ireland title in 1996 and he's no problem singing about his own accomplishments after inserting a few lines about a young O'Gorman storming through the midfield to score into the The Wild Swans classic Dancing at the Crossroads.
O'Gorman got quite the response after his rendition but his tales were certainly not embellished after he won the Player of the Year and Texaco hurler of the year award.
Meanwhile Jamesie O'Connor, Tony Browne, Tom Dempsey, Larry O'Gorman, Michael Duignan, Colm Parkinson and Cheddar Plunkett were all in attendance to look ahead at the weekend's action, as well as look back on some of the past matches, while they were unexpectedly joined by Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald and former Clare great Ger Loughnane.