As the Dancing at the Crossroads song goes
"And when I Think of young O'Gorman,
Throuogh the midfield he was stormin'
And then the Cusack Stand erupted
When he scored from 60 yards.
Larry O or "brother" was a great servant for Wexford over the years and got his just rewards in 96, finally winning a coveted All-Ireland medal and being named as Hurler of the Year.
Mainly played in the half back line midfield area but popped up in the forwards in the latter end of his playing career, scoring a famous last minute equaliser against Tipperary in the 2001 All-Ireland Semi-Final.
Basic colour shape illustration this time.
Three brothers that were the backbone of the Kerry football team over the last decade. Midfielder Darragh retired a couple of years ago, but brothers Tomás and Marc still don the green and gold. Plenty of All-Ireland medals in the Ó Sé household.
Pen outline again for this one.
Pen outline again for this one of Limerick's Ciarán Carey, one of the great hurlers of the 90s.
Here in typical solo run action like the one on his way to slotting over the winning point v Clare in the 1996 Munster Championship. A Leinster team would deny him All-Ireland Glory second time round later on that year.
One of Wexford's hurling giants and, I think, the top scorer ever from play in the championship, Buffer's Alley's Tony Doran. Had a great paw on him and was a constant torment to full-backs all over the country.
Did a caricature image of him previously but tried a different style with this one using pen outline and a watercolour effect colouring.
The best Sports show in Ireland by far, Off The Ball on Newstalk, had become an institution in itself over the past decade.
So it came as a huge shock to discover, due to differences of opinion, that we would not hear, McDevitt, Murph or Earley's dulcet tones on that frequency anymore.
We are still waiting for them to pop up somewhere else. I did this illustration as homage to the main 3 lads.