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Micky Cross

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Sport  Hurling
1918–1938  Claughaun
Position  Right wing-back
Name  Micky Cross

Occupation  Farmer
All irelands  2
Years  Club
Nhl  4
Irish name  Micheal Mac an Chrosain

Micky Cross (born 1901) was an Irish hurler who played as a right wing-back and as a left corner-back for the Limerick senior team.

Cross made his first appearance for the team during the 1923 championship and became a regular player over the next decade-and-a-half. During that time he won two All-Ireland winner's medals, five Munster winner's medals and four National Hurling League winners' medals.

At club level, Cross played with Claughaun and won two county championship winners' medals in a career that spanned three decades.

Gleeson also won four Railway Cup winners' medal when he was picked for the Munster inter-provincial teams and also represented Ireland in the Tailteann Games.


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