WATCH - Two Wexford hurlers try to break bones in post-game handshake
Published 14/09/2016 | 16:55
There was a wave of criticism for some members of the Cork camogie team for the level of aggression the used in their pre-game handshakes ahead of their All-Ireland defeat to Kilkenny but this takes it to another level.
The handshake routine could be scrapped for next year's camogie decider after it turned into a shoving match.
Handbags at the Camogie final https://t.co/yRzv6Lba9y— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) September 11, 2016
Cork are feeling the wrath of some angry cats,Hannah looney will think twice about provoking her opponent in the handshake again #Camogie— Emmett Egan (@EmmettEganSC) September 11, 2016
If I were the KK camogie team I'd be doing my shoving during the game, not during the handshake ...— Anne-Marie Flynn (@thecailinrua) September 11, 2016
I think the handshake pre match for all codes should stop, #Camogie just showed that.— Richie (@Richiethehump) September 11, 2016
There was an even more intense post-match handshake following a Wexford intermediate hurling championship clash between Adamstown and Monageer at the weekend.
Adamstown were 0-13 to 0-11 winners and it looks like these two had a brilliant on-field battle if this handshake is anything to go by.