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Poll: Who's the greatest hurler never to win an All-Ireland senior medal?

Some of the greats of the game have never managed to claim the Celtic Cross.

Limerick's Ciaran Carey and Waterford's Ken McGrath. Source: INPHO

SOME OF THE greats of the game have never managed to get their hands on that elusive Celtic Cross.

There was disappointing final defeats for players from Limerick, Waterford and Galway.

Others like Clare’s Sean Stack never managed to contest a final.

But who is the greatest hurler to never win an All-Ireland senior medal?

We’ve picked out seven of the best. Let us know what you think and who should be on the shortlist.

Clare's Sean Stack (right) with Davy Fitzgerald. Source: Fitzgerald/Stack

Poll Results:

Tony Browne (Waterford) (918)
Ken McGrath (Waterford) (879)
John Mullane (Waterford) (802)
Ciaran Carey (Limerick)  (705)
Ollie Canning (Galway) (670)
Sean Stack (Clare) (237)
Gary Kirby (Limerick) (105)

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Fintan O'Toole

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