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Limerick are the complete team and only Covid can stop them reckons John Mullane who joined Will Slattery, Michael Verney and Ursula Jacob on this week’s Throw In as the panel looked back on a bumper weekend of hurling, camogie, Gaelic football and Ladies football. “They're after sending out a serious, serious statement of intent there,” said Mullane. “To score 3-23 in the conditions was just incredible and I honestly think they're a penalty kick from winning this All Ireland. The only thing that could stop them realistically could be Covid 19 if they were to get struck down with a couple of cases of it. I think they're on a mission.” With Cork’s defeat to Waterford, Ursula Jacob questions their ability and hunger now to lift themselves against Dublin while in Leinster, Galway are Mullane’s other contenders to rival Limerick. In the football, it was a short-lived Championship for Tyrone after defeat to Donegal and many are now asking if Mickey Harte’s time is up while in contrast, Michael Verney lauds Wicklow’s rise under their young manager, Davey Burke. Plus there’s a round-up of the camogie action with Galway easing past Offaly and Clare knowing Dublin out while Cork beat Wexford while in the Ladies football Michael Verney reviews Dublin’s Halloween scare to Donegal, Galway’s win over Tipperary and Kerry’s blitz over Cavan. For more from the Throw-In, visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/ The Throw-In’s All Ireland Championship series is in association with Bord Gáis Energy.