The 2017 All-Ireland Hurling Championship is coming to it’s conclusion with Waterford and Galway left to battle it out for the Liam MacCarthy Cup on September 3.
We have seen some very high scorelines in this year’s championship with the Déise, the Tribesmen, Cork and Tipperary all racking up some huge tallies on their way to the semi-finals.
Tipperary’s Seamus Callanan leads the way so far this year with his tally of 3-34 – but with his summer over, one would imagine that either Pauric Mahony or Joe Canning will be top of the list come the end of the year.
The last 20 years have provided us with some of the greatest players in GAA history – and we’re giving you twelve minutes to come up with all the answers.
Players from nine different counties have finished top of the pile, and we reckon if you get anything 16 or above then you definitely know your hurling.
Jordan Norris, Pundit Arena.