Limerick prevailed in the All-Ireland SHC final with an eye-catching, record scoreline of 3-32 against Cork - an emphatic explanation point at the end of another season where the scoring rate seemed to soar.

On this week's episode Mikey Stafford is joined by Anthony Daly and former inter-county referee Barry Kelly to discuss the managerial merry-go-round and also look at five potential rule changes in hurling.

One rule [four points for a goal] was broadly welcomed, but Anthony had a simpler solution for reducing the scoring rate - if that is indeed necessary.

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