Joe canning became the man with the most scores in Championship history as he passed out ten time All-Ireland winner Henry Shefflin. Galway crashed out of the Championship on a score line of 1-30 – 3-20. But history belongs to the 32 year old from Portumna county Galway, will we see Canning back for another year next year? Hopefully, but one thing is for sure thank God he won his All-Ireland back in 2017 the best players deserve to win the big trophy’s.
— The GAA (@officialgaa) July 24, 2021
Can only credit Henry Shefflin. The second Joe Canning overtook him as all time top scorer the boots were on & he was down the field pucking balls. Joe won't add to his tally in 2021 but Henry might…….. pic.twitter.com/ggB0mtJafh
— B-Cody (@BrianCody82) July 24, 2021
I'm so glad Joe Canning got his All Ireland medal because watching him produce a career worth of celestial hurling summers like this without reward would have been heartbreaking
— Ronan Mullen (@RonanReigns) July 24, 2021
Between Joe Canning, Patrick Horgan and Tony Kelly, another day’s hurling that reminded of Christy Ring’s famous line…
‘Let no-one say the best hurlers belong to the past. They are with us now, and better yet to come…’
— Philip Lanigan (@lanno10) July 24, 2021
Well Done to Joe Canning who has become the all Time Record scorer in the hurling Championship. What a achievement👏👏 Hail💀Hail
— Buff Egan (@buff_egan) July 24, 2021
Limerick are still the strong favourites for this years Championship, but there are still come good teams left in the Championship and they won’t give it to Limerick easily.