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'Maurice has a lot more skill than I had, I knew he was going to make it' - Big Dan

Maurice and Dan Shanahan feature on Thank GAA it’s Friday this evening.

Maurice Shanahan features on tonight's show with brother Dan.
Maurice Shanahan features on tonight's show with brother Dan.
Image: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

BROTHERS DAN AND Maurice Shanahan feature on this evening’s Thank GAA It’s Friday. 

Both are full of praise for each other in an excellent preview clip, with current Waterford selector Dan insisting that Maurice has more skill than he had as a player.

Maurice repays the compliment, remembering times when he watched Dan “get the back cut off him.”

Source: RTÉ Sport/YouTube

The Lismore pair talk trucks and sliotars as Waterford gear up for Sunday’s Munster hurling final against Tipperary at Semple Stadium.

The TGIF team also catches up with Westmeath hero John Heslin ahead of Sunday’s Leinster football final clash with Dublin.

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Heslin trades his football boots for Wellington boots to offer an insight into his Agricultural Science PhD on heifer puberty.

John Heslin Westmeath footballer John Heslin. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Armagh’s Jamie Clarke discusses the passion he developed for coffee while travelling around the world.

And the team joins 86-year-old Wicklow journalist Peter Keogh on his recent trip to the Athletic Grounds in Armagh, as the Garden County went in search of a shock win.

Tune in at 8.30pm on RTÉ2 this evening. 

The show is repeated tomorrow on RTÉ 2 at 4.10pm, before The Saturday Game Live.

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