25 years ago this month, Limerick legend Ciaran Carey sliced the Clare defence open to score the winning point that gave the Treaty County a memorable Munster SHC semi-final victory over the then reigning All-Ireland champions at the Gaelic Grounds.
Watch that famous point back here:
At the ripe old age of 51, the three-time All-Star turned out at full-back for his club Patrickswell against Templeglantine in a Junior B League game yesterday.
The 'Well finished on the wrong end of a 1-16 to 2-12 scoreline but you have to admire Carey still pulling on the jersey and minding the house for Patrickswell after all those years.
Limerick legend Ciaran Carey turns back the clock and lined out wit Patrickswell today in the Junior Hurling League. pic.twitter.com/6XS2yLtvNL— Matt O'Callaghan (@MattOCall) June 20, 2021