As part of the Morning Ireland sporting moment series, we've been looking back on some of the best moments in Irish sport. Today we turn to hurling and the 1956 All-Ireland hurling final when Wexford beat Cork.

The game ended in a 2-14 to 2-08 victory for the Model men but Cork legend Christy Ring, who had been chasing a record ninth senior All-Ireland medal, scored 1-05.

In tribute to his performance and stature in the game, Wexford trio Nick O'Donnell, Bobby Rackard and Art Foley carried Ring on their shoulders off the pitch.

Donal O'Grady, an All-Ireland winner as a player and manager with Cork, joined RTÉ Sport's Darren Frehill to look back on that day almost 64 years ago.

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Each week on RTÉ Radio 1's Morning Ireland, Darren will be delving into the archives to relive the nation's favourite sporting memories.

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