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Dublin and Cuala hurler Jake Malone pictured at the launch of the Go-Ahead Dublin GAA Leagues and Championships at Parnell Park in Dublin. Go-Ahead Ireland are proud to announce their continued dedication to the community by means of partnering with Dublin GAA for the next three years. Photo: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Dublin and Cuala hurler Jake Malone pictured at the launch of the Go-Ahead Dublin GAA Leagues and Championships at Parnell Park in Dublin. Go-Ahead Ireland are proud to announce their continued dedication to the community by means of partnering with Dublin GAA for the next three years. Photo: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Dublin and Cuala hurler Jake Malone pictured at the launch of the Go-Ahead Dublin GAA Leagues and Championships at Parnell Park in Dublin. Go-Ahead Ireland are proud to announce their continued dedication to the community by means of partnering with Dublin GAA for the next three years. Photo: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Q: What links 3-23, 2-19 and 2-23?

A: They were all scoring totals hit by losing teams in Division 1 of the Allianz Hurling League last weekend.

Scorelines have risen these past four years in particular to the stage where it is completely normal for a team to tally 30 points in a game.


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