MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Not long now before Netflix tackles sports

Because everyone I meet is more digitally adept than me (Tumblr? Twitch? Are you making these up?) I need to hang on to my occasional victories.

NUIG’s Carrie Dolan (right) holds on to the sliotar under pressure from Maynooth University’s Aoife Dunne in the Purcell Cup final at Mallow yesterday. Maynooth won 1-11 to 1-10. Picture: Inpho/Oisin Keniry

Like Netflix.

I can use the streaming service, which to me is sufficient reason to boast, though like everyone else I find myself scrolling for endless hours trying to locate something to watch among the hundreds of shows devoted to serial killers and Nazis. Occasionally I stumble across a gem or two but it’s rare enough.

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