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Battle for supremacy in age-old arguments

Dave Devereux


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Cian Nolan of Clare is tackled by TJ Reid, left, and Billy Ryan of Kilkenny during the All-Ireland Senior hurling championship semi-final in Croke Park. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Cian Nolan of Clare is tackled by TJ Reid, left, and Billy Ryan of Kilkenny during the All-Ireland Senior hurling championship semi-final in Croke Park. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Cian Nolan of Clare is tackled by TJ Reid, left, and Billy Ryan of Kilkenny during the All-Ireland Senior hurling championship semi-final in Croke Park. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

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In an age where everything appears to be a competition and opinions are reactionary, rather than well thought-out, it seems that most look at the world as either black or white, with no hues of grey in between.

The phenomenon is not entirely new, as for years we’ve been encouraged to take one side or the other – The Beatles or the Rolling Stones, Blur or Oasis, Coronation Street or Eastenders, Lyons or Barry’s tea – but everything seems to be that bit more divisive now and all and sundry must have their say.


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