Former Hurler of the Year Lar Corbett has said he is “not ruling anything in or out” with regard a return to inter county hurling.
The 31 year-old stood down from the inter county early this year and has stated he misses the game but does not regret his move.
He said: “I have had the best days of my life hurling for Tipperary and it has been strange not being in there with the lads these past couple of months. I got so much out of hurling and I would like to think that I gave my best back to it.
“But I had no choice, for business reasons, but to take time away from the game and I am giving my all to the business end of my life.”
Corbett stated that if he had not quit inter county hurling that he would not be looking forward to bringing Brassie to the Premier Hall in Thurles where the 2009 All-Ireland winner will be promoter.
Corbett said: “Whether it’s in hurling or business, you’ll only get out of it what you put in. For the minute, my concentration is on my bar and, more immediately, on Friday night’s concert with Bressie.”