The 10 best Twitter reactions to John Mullane's manic Limerick vs Cork commentary
John Mullane brought his breathless brand of commentary to the airwaves for Limerick vs Cork at the weekend and it's fair to say, Twitter absolutely loved it.
The De La Salle legend could hardly contain himself as Limerick finished with a rattle to earn a draw and later beat Cork in extra-time of the All-Ireland semi-final.
Here are some of the best Twitter reactions:
Has anyone checked on John Mullane?— Waterford Hurling (@DeiseHurling) July 29, 2018
' l loves me hurling' Good man, John Mullane! Passion with a capital P— Christina Cassidy (@chriostiona) July 30, 2018
Well done John Mullane - the guy's knowledge of hurling from the club through the county scene is vast; have listened to him all summer. Add to that immense experience as an intercounty player, idiomatic Waterford accent & passionately insane turn of phrase - it's all there! #JM— matteokmusic (@matteokmusic) July 29, 2018
Serious bit of hurling this weekend for the spectators, both games had everything.... Congrats to all involved. John Mullane on RTÉ radio painted an unreal picture “Even Hawk Eye is having a great game!”— Brian Farrell (@Farlo84) July 29, 2018
This is what i imagine John Mullane feels like leaving the commentary box after a game pic.twitter.com/PlX5jmD5vw— Declan Clancy (@Declan_Clancy) July 29, 2018
John Mullane is currently quoting Delores O'Riardan on @sundaysport. I know this republic doesn't do knighthoods but might we make an exception for Waterford's finest?— John Rogers (@JohnRogersShow) July 29, 2018
John Mullane is epic, don't listen to him when you're walking down the street. His commentary make you want to burst someone with a shoulder— Ian O' Rourke (@ianorourketweet) July 29, 2018
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