It's fair to say James Duggan had a decent game for Laois U20s on Tuesday evening.
The corner-forward from The Harps scored 3-05 of his team's total in an epic extra-time win over Westmeath.
Hat-trick aside, it was one of his points that particularly caught the eye.
Limping with cramp after hitting a wide, Duggan leapt through the air to intercept a puck-out from Conor Lynch, then fired the sliotar over the bar from his knees.
What a score last night from a magnificent game of hurling in the Leinster U20 Hurling Championship— Laois GAA (@CLGLaois) June 30, 2021
After extra time the final score was Laois 4.33 V 4.27 Westmeath
The score of the game, of the week, month & year coming from James Duggan#laoisgaa @gaaleinster #wherewebelong pic.twitter.com/ow0EXY5v9O
A score for the ages and one that nine-time All-Ireland winner Jackie Tyrrell saluted on the RTÉ GAA podcast.
"It's kind of a combination of a drunk lad at three in the morning wandering the streets combined with Brian Corcoran's point when he was on his knees (against Limerick in 2004).
"I think he fooled the goalie because the goalie was taking a short puck-out and he looked so banjaxed.
"Next thing, this superman dive, snatches it out of nowhere and then on his knees like Brian Corcoran he puts it over the bar. Then keels over with the cramp again.
"It's a really early strong contender for score of the year. It'll take something super to beat this."
Tyrrell and co also previewed all the weekend's hurling action while former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice was on hand to talk football.
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